Frontline Training: Working with Hard to Engage Clients

Frontline Training: Working with Hard to Engage Clients


Dates: March 17 and 24 2021
Time: 1:00- 3:00 pm EST
Note: This is a virtual workshop consisting of two sessions; access will be provided to registrants.

Are you a frontline professional? Do you work with clients who you struggle to engage?

Join us for a 2-part virtual workshop for professionals working with individuals who are experiencing serious and persistent mental health issues, including psychotic disorders.

This workshop aims to support frontline professionals to better engage and communicate with clients struggling with day-to-day functioning, cope with anger and aggression, and set professional boundaries.

The workshop consists of two virtual sessions:

Each session will provide education, support, and tools to promote a better understanding of how mental health issues manifest and coping mechanisms when dealing with people experiencing serious and persistent mental health issues.  

Wednesday March 17 (1:00-3:00 EST)
Mental Health Overview, Communication, Healthy Boundaries

Wednesday March 24 (1:00- 3:00 EST)
Relationship Building with Clients, Dealing with Anger and Aggression, and Crisis Management

Early Bird Pricing: $150 (ends Friday March 12th at 5:00pm EST). Regular pricing is $225 per person.
If you have any questions, please contact [email protected]

About Events

The Institute for Advancements in Mental Health (IAM) is proud to offer events to the public that aim to educate the public about schizophrenia and create an environment for individuals who have schizophrenia, family and friends to learn more about it.