Mental Health Training for Teaching Staff

At ORO Mental Health, we specialize in developing customized training programs to address the unique mental health needs of both schools and universities. Every year, educators, teachers, and administrators find themselves encountering students dealing with a variety of mental health issues, ranging from stress and extreme anxiety to addiction and suicidal thoughts.

In addition to these challenges, students often face conditions such as ADHD, bipolar disorder, self-injury, and opioid abuse. It's crucial to recognize that mental health issues disproportionately affect students from historically marginalized groups, exacerbating stress and hardship due to economic, health, and other disparities. Moreover, limited access to mental health support further compounds these challenges.

Various factors influence students' ability to thrive and develop, with mental health playing a pivotal role. Adversities like physical or emotional abuse, neglect, racism, and economic instability can result in toxic stress, hindering cognitive function development essential for academic success. Mental health issues significantly impact student attendance, academic performance, social and emotional development, and graduation rates.

To address this growing crisis, it is imperative for educational leaders to take action. Teachers, spending a substantial amount of time with students, play a crucial role in identifying and addressing mental health issues. Mental health training equips educators with the necessary tools to provide meaningful support, enabling students to thrive academically.

Our mental health training for teachers encompasses various courses designed to enhance engagement in key areas:

Closer Relationships Between Teachers and Students
Improved Classroom Effectiveness
Reduced Peer Victimization

    Selection of Courses:

    ADHD Awareness: In-depth understanding of how ADHD affects children and teens, exploring symptoms, hyperactivity, impulse control, and attention difficulties.

    Anxiety Disorders in Children: Examination of normal behavior versus anxiety disorders in children, with strategies to support anxious children.

    Asperger's Syndrome Awareness Course: Insights into Asperger's Syndrome, its characteristics, and supporting individuals with Asperger's.

    Autism Awareness Course: Introduction to autism and other developmental disorders, offering an overview of classroom practices and relevant laws.

    Bullying in Schools Course: Comprehensive coverage of bullying, including its definition, prevalence, prevention, intervention, and addressing cyberbullying.

    Challenging Behaviour in Young People Course: Exploration of stages and theories of challenging behavior in children, providing strategies for effective management.

    Child Psychology Course: Delving into developmental psychology principles, impact of parenting on outcomes, and challenges affecting parent-child relationships.

    Child Safeguarding Course: Focus on safety and child protection concepts, covering safeguarding issues, the role of the Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO), and referral processes.

    Classroom Behaviour Management Course: Insights into understanding child behavior, effective behavior management techniques, conflict resolution, and strategies for supporting students with special educational needs (SEN).

    Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD) Course: In-depth understanding of profound and multiple learning difficulties, including effects and required support.

    Promoting Positive Child Behaviour Course: Learning about positive reinforcement techniques, benefits, and effective implementation strategies.

    Safeguarding Children with Disabilities Course: Focus on children with disabilities, understanding neglect and abuse, recognizing signs of abuse and neglect in children with disabilities, and responding effectively.

    Safer Recruitment in Schools Course: Coverage of safe recruitment aspects in schools, including processes, interview procedures, background checks, and handling allegations.

    SEN in Early Years Course: Knowledge about SEN in early years settings, inclusive teaching practices, strategies for supporting children with SEN, communication skills, and relevant legislation.

    Understanding Children's Rights Course: Delving into the history and development of children's rights, exploring legal frameworks, addressing equality and diversity, and emphasizing the importance of enforcing children's rights.

      We invite you to fill in the contact form below to inquire about specific courses or request our comprehensive course catalog. At ORO Mental Health, we are dedicated to building customized training programs that precisely meet your needs. We look forward to discussing further details with you.


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