With millions devastated by Covid-19, Project Lily’s mental health training has never been needed more. That’s why, in addition to our usual training of organisations, we are now offering Jewish Communal professionals vital free training.
As our Clinical Director, Jonathan Dove puts it:
“The Covid-19 lockdown was an earthquake; we have to respond now to the resulting mental health tsunami. We know that over 80% of adults have experienced symptoms of poor mental health such as continuous low mood, anxiousness, low self-esteem, or hopelessness while in lockdown. These people need our help, and with NHS therapeutic waiting times exceeding 3 months, enabling early interventions makes an enormous difference to people’s lives.”
Jewish communal professionals come into contact with tens of thousands of clients and colleagues every week, many of whom are functioning normally on the outside but inside they’re starting to fall apart.
Our maxim is: “Everyone stumbles sometimes. We’re there so they don’t fall.”
By signing up for one of our robust training courses, you will not only be able to identify and respond to mental health issues you experience yourself but will also become equipped to support many other people who may need your help.
A shorter 90 minute course covering:
A longer 3 hour course covering those shown left in more detail, plus:
Here are just some of the reasons we’re so proud of the training we offer:
The following shows the available modules with which we can create longer ½-day, 1-day or 2-day training courses tailored to individual organisations’ needs covering the essentials of Mental Health:
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Honorary Patron: Lady Elaine Sacks
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