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USC-MHS ACT! Training

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ABOUT THE USC MHS Bringing optimum mental health to sport communicities SIGN UP FOR OUR TRAINING WWW MENTALHEALTHANDSPORT ORG Use the QR Code or website included below to sign up and or inquire about our training Our training calendar fills fast contact us today to ensure your desired dates are available The U S Center for Mental Mental health awareness in sport Health Sport a 501c3 brings increased mental health awareness to sport communities across the country The USC MHS 3 1 Action Plan serves all involved in sport in any capacity athletes coaches officials family members administrators etc and includes 1 training 2 resources and 3 pathways to support with a 1 of all our services being evidence based Our philosophy is that we all have mental health and sport is a great place to start the conversation https mentalhealthandsport org usc mhs presentations A 501c3 not for profit

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PURPOSE TRAINING AGENDA The objectives of the USC MHS ACT The USC MHS offers a 2 hour or 4 hour Training are much like those of a first aid training course with a preferred group size course We teach participants the signs of 30 participants and a maximum and symptoms of a mental health capacity of 40 participants Following is challenge and or crisis how to de the general outline for a 2 hour course in escalate a situation to avoid harm to which we work through each of the easy oneself or others and what pathways are to remember elements of ACT If your available for additional professional organization has specific needs or desires support Our training also always includes for content that you do not see here a segment on local community resources please reach out to us as we will do our that can be found in your area best to accommodate course modification requests The four hour course builds in additional valuable information regarding how to support mental health and will be catered specifically to your target audience DON T SIT ON THE SIDELINES wareness hallenges ake Action Resources Notes SAMPLE AGENDA Participant Introductions Creating a Learning Community Mental Heath Sport Facts Language around Mental Health Sport Risk Factors Protective Factors Signs Symptoms of Anxiety Depression Suicide Action Plan Ask Listen Respond Local National Resources Resources Provided by the USC MHS WHO IS THE TRAINING FOR ATHLETES COACHES OFFICIALS PARENTS FAMILY MEMBERS ADMINISTRATORS ANYONE ELSE INVOLVED IN SPORT

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