Reading Risk: Why the Push for Mental Health Literacy? (Webinar)
Date: Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Event start time: 11:30 AM
CPHR Hours: 1.5
HR Competency: Professional Practice and Health, Wellness, and Safe Workplace
Understanding how our personnel are behaving within the organization and why they are reacting negatively to outside forces requires a robust practical skillset and knowledge-base to approach the identified problem. Mental health literacy allows us to read these scenarios on a more human level. Acknowledging that every Canadian will be impacted by mental illness through a colleague, family member or friend’s experience and that at least 1 in 3 will experience a mental health problem themselves, reality is that every member of your team will have mental illness affect them in some way. Years of education and specialized training are not prerequisites for increasing mental health literacy. This webinar will introduce you to the basics and why it’s important to have the knowledge, beliefs and abilities to recognize, manage or prevent building mental health problems.
In this presentation, you will learn:
- The connection between managing people, mitigating risks and mental health literacy
- Common signs and symptoms in the workplace - Using real world examples
- Empathy vs. Sympathy vs. Compassion as a leader
- Ways to increase mental health literacy
Who Should Attend:
Those who are responsible for planning, directing or coordinating functions of the organization, as well as those who have direct contact with the organization's personnel.
Andrea Ringrose, MA is a human security professional with over 10 years of unique interdisciplinary experience across academic, private sector/corporate, community/grassroots, healthcare, law enforcement, and government settings. Andrea spent much of her early career in clinical research roles with UBC Psychiatry and GVRD health authorities working within innovative and cross-disciplinary applied research groups and is currently a member of the Translational Psychiatric Genetics Group led by UBC’s Dr. Jehannine Austin.
Andrea has specialized training and experience in intelligence analysis, criminal investigative analysis, research diagnostics (psychometrics) and behavioural threat/risk assessment. Andrea is a Certified Mental Health First Aid (Canada) Instructor for the Mental Health Commission of Canada and a Canadian Mental Health Association Certified Psychological Health & Safety Advisor.
She is co-author of publications in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, Bipolar Disorders, and the Journal of Genetic Counseling. She has also authored or co-authored posters presented at the Jean Piaget Society Annual Meeting (2005), the International Conference on Early Psychosis (2008), and the Canadian Association of Threat Assessment Professionals Conference (2014).
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11:30 am - 1:00 pm: Presentation
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