Mental Health Workshops/Trainings
The goal of providing Mental Health Workshops/Trainings is to help educate our campus community mental health issues; empower them to utilize helping skills and proactive wellness practices; reduce the stigma towards mental health through promotion of a community of care; and introduce resources for mental health to the UCR community.
Be sure to also take advantage of self-help tools and resources like Therapy Assistance Online (TAO), CAPS led relaxation exercised, CAPS brochures, the Red Folder quick resource, as well as Promoting Student Mental Health, a UC Faculty and Staff Guide.
Suicide Awareness — Learn How to Recognize and Respond (Available for Virtual Groups)
Campus Connect- Suicide Awareness Training. Recognizing and responding to warning signs of suicide
Let's Talk about how to recognize and respond to warning signs of suicide. This training is 90 minutes to two-hour training
- Recognize the warning signs of a suicidal crisis.
- Compassionately ask a student about their suicidal thoughts.
- Help a student feel understood, validated and acknowledged.
- Appropriately refer a student to mental health resources.
Students, Faculty and Staff: To request a group workshop, email email@example.com.
Faculty and staff: Find a scheduled training in the UCR LMS.
Recognizing and Responding to Distressed Students (available for virtual groups)
Recognizing and Responding to Distressed Students
Participate in a 90-minute “Recognizing and Responding to Distressed Students” training.
- Review symptoms of distress
- Recognize distressed and disruptive behaviors and appropriate responses.
- Learn about UCR and other resources that can help both the student-in-need and you.
- Participate in an interactive learning experience
Faculty, staff or students: To request a group training workshop, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Intro to CAPS and Mental Health Resources (available for virtual groups)
Intro to CAPS and other Mental Health Resources
Introduction to CAPS is a brief overview of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) . This is a brief (typically 15-20 minute) presentation designed for students, faculty, staff, student organizations and campus partners who want to learn more about CAPS services and how to access them. This training also includes mental health resources available to the UCR community.
Faculty, staff or students: To request a workshop, please email email@example.com.
CAPS Connect to Basic Helping (available for virtual groups)
CAPS Connect to Basic Helping Skills
CAPS Connect is a training designed for student leaders and campus partners who want more in-depth skills for responding to students in distress. The goal of this training is to help participants develop basic helping skills to engage students, assess signs of distress, increase help-seeking behaviors and connect students to various campus resources, including CAPS.
Faculty, staff or students: To request a group workshop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Suicide Awareness-Online with Living Works START 90 minute training for individuals
Learn life-saving skills with LivingWorks Start
Most people are surprised to learn that they’re much more likely to encounter someone who’s thinking about suicide than someone who needs CPR. Yet suicide is preventable: with the right skills, anyone can help save a life.
That’s where LivingWorks Start comes in. In as little as one hour online, this interactive training program will give you the skills and knowledge to keep family, friends, co-workers, and others safe from suicide.
• Become more comfortable talking about suicide
• Keep a loved one safe in times of distress
• Support friends and co-workers
• Build professional skills
• Have peace of mind knowing you’re ready to help
To take this training click on the URL link - https://connect.livingworks.net/groupsignup?portal=rsbcihi . The registration code is University of California - Riverside.
To login, use your UCR email address and create a password. The email address that is used to register and login for the first time to START should be used each time you log on.