Most people are familiar with the idea of physical first aid courses that teach the skills and knowledge required to recognise and respond to life-threatening emergencies and provide a first aid response across a range of different situations.

Mental Health First Aid training adopts a similar approach.

Using a practical, skills-based action plan, participants learn the skills to recognise and respond to someone experiencing a mental health problem or mental health crisis, until professional help is received or the crisis resolves.

Individuals who complete Mental Health First Aid training are known as MHFAiders. Equipped with the skills to listen, connect, and offer support when it matters most, MHFAiders play a vital role in reducing stigma and promoting pathways to support for those experiencing mental health problems in our workplaces, communities, schools, and tertiary institutions.

Mental Health First Aid

Course Reviews

Jess was extremely knowledgable and helpful throughout the course. She was very engaging, consistently utilising multiple modes of communication and varied strategies to convey content in a clear and concise manner, and allow us to practice our developing skills.

Standard MHFA - Castle Hill Course

Jess did an amazing job and had a very vibrant and caring personality. Jess made the content fun and was easy to have open discussion with her surrounding the topics.

Standard MHFA course - Putney

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