Mental Health Courses

Social-Emotional Learning is a framework focused on developing social and emotional skills to help students thrive.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a complex psychiatric condition that involved neurochemical, neuroanatomical, and neuroendocrine changes.
The online course focuses on the pharmacologic treatment of PTSD. The epidemiology of PTSD is discussed, emphasizing the importance of early diagnosis.
This online course delves into the challenges faced by students who have experienced war trauma and forced displacement, exploring the global barriers to education that hinder their academic progress and emotional well-being.
Healthcare professionals encounter many challenges in their work environment, whether that involves unanticipated adverse events, medical errors, or patient-related injuries. Learning how to build and maintain resilience is an important part of reducing burnout and preventing additional adverse events.
In this session, the learners will acquire a fundamental comprehension of self-harm ideation and behaviors prevalent in youth, underscoring the importance of proactive screening. In-depth coverage of the ABCD approach will empower attendees to adeptly traverse the stages involving risk assessment, nurturing hope, establishing connections with protective adults, and formulating safety strategies.
This course demonstrates methods for understanding the causes of acute stress disorder, how it affects different groups of people and provides cutting-edge suggestions for treatment elements and structure. Practical guidelines and patient case studies are also included to reinforce the course learning.
Our nervous system governs our responses to internal and external information, including stressors from the environment. Different types of stresses, including positive, chronic, and toxic, elicit various responses from this intricate system.