Faith and Community Leader Training Mental Health First Response Certification
Mental Health affects us all. If you’re an active member of your community, this certification is for you.
This is an 8-hour hands-on training and supervision designed to prepare chaplains, faith & community leaders and Islamic clergy: Termed ‘First Responders’ to effectively understand and effectively respond to psycho-social issues among your faith community. This course will orient participants to basic empathic listening (preliminary counseling) to individuals, couples, and families. The course will
*provide a framework for how to intervene during initial crisis
*effectively interact and establish a therapeutic relationship
*identify limitations/boundaries and clergy rights
*understand mandated reporting
*how to screen and identify for the possible presence of mental illness
*learn when to refer to mental health professionals.
This course will lay out an integrated model of counseling and the sequence of topics will highlight practical treatment approaches within the model by integrating modern clinical psychology. This is an experiential course that will involve lecture, discussion, modeling/demonstrations of technique and role-play.
A certificate of completion awarded at the conclusion of this course
Presented by Muslim mental health experts
11th Annual Muslim Mental Health Conference
April 4, 2019 from 9 am-5 pm
DoubleTree by Hilton Phoenix – Tempe
Cost: $50; includes lunch
Sponsored by the Michigan State University Department of Psychiatry and the Khalil Center
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org