Expert led, sector specific, level based online and face to face mental health training.
Taking less than 20 minutes to complete, our FREE, one of a kind CPD UK accredited introductory training video covers the core essentials of Team Mental Health training. This module is designed for professionals working with children and young people and parents who want to learn more about mental health.View Details
Affecting 1 in 4 adults and 1 in 10 children and young people, mental ill health is the single largest cause of disability in the UK.
To assist communities thrive, we believe it’s necessary to move from a position of reactive ‘crisis’ management to one of prevention, detection and early intervention. To achieve this, it’s important to afford everyone the opportunity to complete relevant, appropriate, accessible, time and cost effective mental health training.
You do not need to be an expert, just be your best!
Created by a team of experts in mental health, leadership & education, Team Mental Health offers unique, online and face to face mental health training.
We recognise that everyone across our communities has a different role to play and their influence on mental health and wellbeing will reflect this. As such, we strongly believe that a sector specific approach to mental health training is essential. Through working together as a team, we can take real steps towards bright and positive futures.
The information you covered was fascinating and essential knowledge for us as teachers Key Stage 2 Teacher, Senior Leader and Governor
Thank you for the extremely informative training. I thought the day was very well presented and it was great to hear from medical practitioners directly on these issues Assistant Headteacher
Mental health problems are something we see all the time... we desperately need good training. Young Person Clinical Supervisor
This is an area that is generally neglected in CPD sessions for classroom teacher. Head of Department, Secondary School
More training for staff would be extremely beneficial as many teachers have had little or no training as to how to recognise symptoms and support young people who are experiencing difficulties Teacher, Secondary School
To support continuing professional development, all TMH training is formally accredited.
As we are a training provider we are unable to offer individual support or intervention directly to those experiencing mental health problems. However, no matter what your concern, there is help and support available from a number of organisations...
If you need support in an emergency call 999 or attend your local Accident & Emergency Department.
When it’s not a 999 emergency but you need medical help fast call 111.
In non-emergency situations, you can seek advice and guidance from your GP or other health care professionals in your community to ensure you get the right support.
NHS Choices provides helpful information on mental health and how to access support.