Mental Health Education & Resource Centre

Term 4 | The Psychology of Men's Help-Seeking Behaviour (Part Two)

Please Note: You need to have attended Part One of this course to attend Part Two.
A discount of $10.00 has been applied to this course for attending Part One.

Description

Course Type: Advanced | Course Level: Six | Catering: Refreshments provided

Aim
This course is for those who already have a basic level of understanding of the psychological process that men go through in making the decision to seek (or not seek) help for problems related to mental wellbeing. It is more widely becoming known that while men are increasingly talking about mental wellbeing, they are still not engaging with services when they need to. This course will focus on how to promote mental health in ways that better engage men.

Overview
• Recognising the importance of self-management to men
• The focus by men on function - the need to be in control of behaviors, thoughts and emotions
• Review and expand upon the five stages of men’s decision-making related to help-seeking
• The accompanying five stages of health promotion
• The role of information and experiential knowledge in health promotion

Learning Intentions
Participants will be provided with the opportunity to:
• Increase the depth of understanding of men’s thinking related to help-seeking
• Refresh and add to their understanding about basic psychological process of men’s help-seeking
• Understand what motivates men at each of the five stages of help-seeking
• Understand how to promote men’s help-seeking at the different stages
• Understand the essential “Do’s and Don’ts” when promoting your service to men

Let’s Get Real Skills
• Working with Service Users
• Working with Communities

 

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