Mental Health Continuing Education for Social Workers
Survive and Thrive: Unleashing the Potential of Resilience – 30 Minutes
According to the World Health Organization, by 2020, Major Depressive illness will be the leading cause of disability in the world for women and children. Diana Ketterman can provide a variety of Mental Health Continuing Education for Social Workers to include topics relating to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Adolescent Depression, Women and Mental Health, and Building Resilience. She will leave participants with a take-away plan for action steps to improve mental health in our communities.
Let Diana Ketterman help you provide the opportunity to network and reconnect with friends and colleagues to pursue mental health solutions.
Diana Ketterman, program manager, educator, mental health author and speaker will be the keynote speaker and conference presenter. Ms. Ketterman is the author of A Child of Royalty, An Inspired Message of Hope in Mastering Mental Health as well as Making Sense of Me: A Children's Workbook in Building Reslience to Depression and Anxiety. She is the developer of mental health resources for a variety of audiences.
Sample Sessions Include:
Examining Emotion Escalation – 1 Hour
Analyzing how life events may threaten our mental wellbeing and examining how our emotions are affected when at risk. Focus: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Erasing the Stigma – 1 Hour
Stigma can cause shame, secrecy and embarrassment. The purpose of the presentation is to help increase communication on ways that we can educate our community and youth about mental illness and the ways to reduce the stigma. Focus: Adolescent Depression
Identifying Mental Health Factors – 1 Hour
Women are 40% more likely than men to report mental illness. According to the World Health Organization by 2020, Major Depressive illness will be the leading cause of disability in the world for women and children. Focus: Women and Mental Health
Managing Risks of Mental Health – 45 Minutes
It takes a whole community to manage the risks of mental health. Preventative measures on both the community and the individual level must be identified in order to assess the level of whole health. Focus: Building Resilience