Mental Health 101

The objective of Mental Health 101 is to provide accurate information about mental illness, the signs and symptoms of various disorders, treatments, medications and available community resources. This workshop explores various screening tools, communication and crisis de-escalation techniques and referral services. The training is designed for professionals new to mental health, case workers, new non-licensed professionals, outreach/direct care workers and overall, anyone who is seeking to understand the basics of mental health.

 

Mental Health 101 Training

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

1:00pm - 2:30pm

Mental Health America of Greater Houston

2211 Norfolk, Suite 810

Houston, TX 77098

Training: $10

Light snacks provided - Registration required - Seating limited to 30

(please bring exact cash or check made out to Mental Health America of Greater Houston)

 

Speaker Michael Fronk
Michael and his wife have recently moved from Katy to Pearland.  He graduated from New York State University of Albany with a bachelor's degree in psychology.  He is currently concluding his 1st year at the Graduate School for Social Work at University of Houston with plans to become a psychotherapist ...

Michael and his wife have recently moved from Katy to Pearland.  He graduated from New York State University of Albany with a bachelor's degree in psychology.  He is currently concluding his 1st year at the Graduate School for Social Work at University of Houston with plans to become a psychotherapist as an LCSW.  His internship with MHA is divided between the Veterans Behavioral Health Initiative and the Education & Training Program.  Michael has 7 years of combined experience in mental health, supported employment, and connecting people in need to community resources.  

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Tue, May 5, 2015
1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Where?

Mental Health America of Greater Houston
2211 Norfolk, Ste. 810
Houston, TX 77098
United States