Depression and Low Mood
Let's be honest, most people have painful memories from their school days. The embarrassment, the heartbreaks, the terrible haircuts. Thankfully, those days are over. Learners want to get straight to the point, and that's why this course has been condensed into engaging, manageable chunks that you can take now, on the bus or wherever, via mobile or desktop. Our courses provide learners with important knowledge, information and confi?dence to do their jobs in a safe, healthy and sustainable way.
We've all felt low at some point. The stresses of modern life can do that to the best of us. But depression is a different beast altogether. If you have suffered or do suffer from depression, then you'll understand how hard it is to seek help. You see, that's one of the ironies of this horrific mental illness. It 'fogs up' your brain and clouds your vision so that you don't see the help available or the point in accepting that help.
That's where this course comes in. Understanding depression is the first step to recovering from it. Whether it's you that's suffering, or you suspect that your friend or relative is, this course is an aid to diagnosis, treatment and recovery. We're not claiming it will cure you. But it's going to help you on your way down that road. It's not a sprint, it's a marathon, and we'll be at the side of the road passing you water as you go.
What does this course cover
- The symptoms of depression
- Difference between depression and sadness
- How and where to find treatment
- What recovery looks like
Who should take this course
You. Me. Him. Her. Young people, old people. In fact, 1 in 4 young people and 1 in 5 people over the age of 16 suffer from depression, so chances are, even if you're lucky enough to never experience it for yourself, one of your mates or relatives will
Why should I take this course
Taking this course will give you the knowledge and understanding that you might need to help, either yourself or someone you care about. And in doing so, you could quite possibly save a life. You're basically a real-life superhero.
Whilst depression can encompass a wide range of symptoms, varying in severity, it should never be dismissed or taken lightly. You can't just 'get over it', and frankly, anyone that says you can is wrong. Take this course and help become part of the solution.