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Mental Health First Aid: A Primer for Public Health Professional and Communities - Shared screen with speaker view
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 1
23:43
Welcome to today’s webinar, Mental Health First Aid: A Primer for Public Health Professionals and Communities. Closed captioning is available for today’s event. You can turn on captions via Zoom, or view the captions in a separate window here: https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=HealthFirstAidAPrimer
Robert Carpenter
27:01
EMS
Denise Kavenik
27:19
Mental Health
Denise Kavenik
27:31
Mental Health First Aid Instructor
Carl Rush
27:48
Carl Rush, Policy Advisor, National Assn of Community Health Workers
Raye
29:50
Hi, I go by Raye. Lived experience in mental health. Getting involved in peer advocacy. Training to be a Community Health Worker. Good to be here!!!!
Vernon Hall
30:38
I an with New Jersey Hospital Association
Alexandrea Ward
30:54
I am a family counselor with Children's Home and Aid
Brenda Vincent
30:58
The University of the District of Columbia, Public Health Major (Senior), and Certification in Mental Health First Aid
Mallory DeJohn
31:17
no sound
mary nolan
31:18
Mary Nolan-Ocean County Health Department-mnolan@ochd.org
Jene Ray
31:54
Jene Ray, ZoNE Project at the Northeast Community Center in Spokane, WA
Shelise Davis
32:10
Shelise Davis- Catholic Community Services Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah sdavis@ccsutah.org
Padee Vue
32:26
Hi everyone, Padee Vue from MN working with Hmong American Partnership as a Tobacco Prevention Coordinator
Alex Crocket
33:41
Alex Crocket, Aging and Disability Services Division, State of Nevada
Cindy Herrick
33:51
Hi, Cindy Herrick, Strategic Partnerships Lead for 2020 Mom, a national nonprofit working to close gaps in the maternal mental healthcare system. cindy@2020mom.org
Ashley Dickens-York
34:28
Ashley Dickens-York, Health Promotion, Cecil County Md
Rachel Singer
35:01
Digital sundown: to shut off electronics an hour before bed every night.
Desirae Vasquez
35:01
Being a learner
Analisa Zamora
35:06
Giving myself permission to not check my email right now. :)
Denelle Pappier
35:10
Read books for my own enjoyment! Non-fiction mostly, also some fiction.
Shaeyla Davis
35:26
To not be hard on myself
Alexis Lee
35:26
taking break from email
Lillian Toumey
35:29
To feel my feelings
Christina Picciotto
35:37
leaving the baby with dad and going for a walk every day
Karen Larsen
35:39
permission to relax
Raye
35:50
I give myself permission to share my thoughts and comments in the chat (if that is allowed by the presenters).
Brenda Vincent
35:51
To be free and opened with myself.
Regina Rodriguez
36:06
Hi! I'm Regina Rodriguez from the Center on Halsted in Chicago, working as a health educator and marketing diva (rrodriguez@centeronhalsted.org). I'm going to give myself permission to enjoy this presentation and put my phone down :)
Lois Joellenbeck
36:10
To ignore the mental To Do list
Carl Rush
36:38
playing music alone, since I can’t play with others right now
Alexandrea Ward
37:13
Take a deep breath, a sip of water
Melanie Mitchell
37:22
permission to forget about the noise from 8 year's conversation in order to fully listen and engage in this webinar
Anika Kaleewoun
37:33
moving and stretching to stay alert and comfortable during the training
Melanie Mitchell
37:38
my 8 year old
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 1
38:09
The recording and slides will be made available on the National Council and ASTHO’s websites by early next week.
Raye
38:33
Thank you! I give myself permission to zone out momentarily at times and follow up with the slides later.
Terri Albers
39:21
just 2 MHFA instructors for SW Michigan
Denelle Pappier
41:00
Yes: FA
Lindsay DeCamp
41:02
Terri Albers-I am collecting MHFA trainers in the state-I run the state youth suicide prevention program with MDHHS. Would love to connect. decampl@michigan.gov
Alexandrea Ward
41:05
yes
Analisa Zamora
41:05
Yes!
Carl Rush
45:05
A number of basic community health worker curricula include MHFA and/or SBIRT
Raye
45:35
What is SBIRT?
Carl Rush
46:19
Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment
Raye
46:49
Thank you! Sounds like the clinical version of ALGEE
Rachel Puckett
47:21
Yes! And it's billable - huge for integrated behavioral health sustainability!
Raye
47:51
I would love to see more integration and team-based care.
Raye
48:00
And peer support.
Raye
49:20
“Self-care has to resonate with the individual themselves” ++++++
Elizabeth Guroff
51:00
Please put questions into q&A --so we can easily see them
Carl Rush
51:36
these considerations are valuable in helping reduce stigma at community level, which can help reduce resistance to treatment
Peggy Dodson
52:08
Yes and also how does one find a youth trained MH First Aider.
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 1
53:24
Look up MHFA instructors and courses in your area at www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org
Regina Rodriguez
57:17
born this way...... iconic......
Pam Tina
59:22
Indiana school teachers must have suicide prevention certification every 3 years to be licensed, and Mental Health First Aid is one of 4 approved suicide prevention programs allowed!!
Denelle Pappier
01:01:40
Personal reading
Theresa Williams
01:01:40
Walking
Desirae Vasquez
01:01:40
Simple physical exercises
Anne McHugh
01:01:40
Gardening
Jene Ray
01:01:40
Stop work in the evening to be with family
Benjamin Bachrach
01:01:41
cuddling with my dog
Pam Tina
01:01:41
Breathing exercises
Analisa Zamora
01:01:44
Meditation
Regina Rodriguez
01:01:45
bathing
Alexandrea Ward
01:01:45
Watching less of the news, taking time to get up and stretch, going outside
Padee Vue
01:01:45
Singing
Christina Picciotto
01:01:47
running
Theresa Williams
01:01:49
reading
Ashley Dickens-York
01:01:49
nail art!
Kathleen Flowers-Madrigal
01:01:49
yoga
Karen Larsen
01:01:49
Talking with friends, journaling, prayer
Rachel Puckett
01:01:50
Revising productivity expectations - movement in the body!
Shaeyla Davis
01:01:50
Exercising, listening to music
Christina Picciotto
01:01:51
no social media
Michelle Davis
01:01:51
Mindfullness
Nicole Engelbart
01:01:52
reading
Alexandrea Ward
01:01:52
music has been a saving grace for real
Shaeyla Davis
01:01:53
Talking to friends
Dan Doyle
01:01:53
Outdoor activities!!
Alexis Lee
01:01:53
spending time with family
Anika Kaleewoun
01:01:55
sleeping in, snuggle breaks with my kiddos
Karen Larsen
01:01:57
Music
Oliver Levy
01:01:57
playing with the cat
Peggy Dodson
01:01:59
Writing my plan in a journal
Marichie Barbasa
01:01:59
Going to a chiropractor
Michelle Davis
01:02:07
Making braided wigs
Shaeyla Davis
01:02:07
Netflix
Pam Tina
01:02:08
dancing with grandkids
Karen Larsen
01:02:12
Jump roping
Raye
01:02:12
Therapy
Regina Rodriguez
01:02:12
watching virtual drag shows
Alex Crosby
01:02:14
out side exercise, limiting media
Ashley Dickens-York
01:02:17
oct horror movie marathon
Christina Picciotto
01:02:18
paint by number is so fun and relaxing. we did two for our son's room
Brenda Vincent
01:02:29
watching my favorite television shows
Carole Kelnhofer
01:02:36
puzzles, exercise, TV time
Benjamin Bachrach
01:02:40
trying to focus big picture rather than getting caught up in the ups and downs of day-to-day
Flora Roddy
01:02:40
I've been doing lots of these PD webinars, self care videos. Grandkids, quilting
Alexandrea Ward
01:02:48
Halloween themed movies all month
Flora Roddy
01:02:55
Listening to music
Benjamin Bachrach
01:03:12
what music have you been listening to?
Ralph Montes
01:03:20
Zoey Diva Dog (Pet)
Denelle Pappier
01:03:29
Nap, when I need!
Alexandrea Ward
01:04:17
Yes, watching webinars so I won't get rusty while working virtually with clients.
Raye
01:04:21
Using my planner to organize my time
Karen Larsen
01:04:50
Napping is huge!
Denelle Pappier
01:04:58
“Thank you”
Pam Tina
01:05:01
You can do this
Flora Roddy
01:05:09
Last night I listed to Whitney Houston & then the We Are the World video!
Pam Tina
01:05:10
I am here for you
Benjamin Bachrach
01:05:11
"I trust you 100%"
Alexandrea Ward
01:05:14
My supervisor asks me each week in supervision how I'm really doing. Not just work related.
Alexis Lee
01:05:16
I appreciate your help!!!
Shaeyla Davis
01:05:17
You matter
Karen Larsen
01:05:17
"You are appreciated"
Terri Albers
01:05:20
extend grace
Pam Tina
01:05:25
Thank you
Jennifer O'Brien
01:05:29
your awesome
Brenda Vincent
01:05:29
You're awesome!
Flora Roddy
01:05:33
Thanks for holding down the fort
Analisa Zamora
01:05:53
"Take time off for yourself." and "Thank you!" :)
Karen Larsen
01:06:03
"You are resilient"
Karen Larsen
01:06:16
"Let me know if you need more time off"
Alex Crosby
01:06:17
kind words of affirmation
Raye
01:06:47
I need to take off thank you so much for this info session!
Helen Akbari-Gharibjanian
01:07:03
Do you provide certificate for this training?
Helen Akbari-Gharibjanian
01:09:16
Thank you for the information about certificate
Deb Richert
01:12:02
Music, for sure: Walking on Sunshine, Underdog (A. Keys), American Pie (Don McLean), Stronger (K. Clarkson) plus others!
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 1
01:12:11
The recording and slides will be made available on the National Council and ASTHO’s websites by early next week.
Peggy Dodson
01:12:52
What about the new 988 line
Melanie Mitchell
01:13:05
Very helpful indeed
Flora Roddy
01:13:09
Thank you! Wonderful information!
National Council for Behavioral Health PIC 1
01:13:32
The recording and slides will be made available on the National Council and ASTHO’s websites by early next week.
Brenda Barela
01:14:06
Thank you so much!! Great information! Wonderful Presenter!!
Peggy Trewn
01:16:05
Thank you for such an informative presentation!
Shaeyla Davis
01:16:06
Thank you for this presentation!
Pam Tina
01:17:10
This was a great presentation... You Rock, Tremaine!
Denise Kavenik
01:18:43
when will the higher adult virtual module be available
Denise Kavenik
01:18:49
higher education
Christina Picciotto
01:19:04
thank you for the presentation!
Peggy Dodson
01:19:27
The caring shared among participants is inspiring! Thanks to all, especially presenters.
Brenda Vincent
01:21:01
I appreciated the valuable information from this webinar, thanks for inviting me!
Terri Albers
01:22:35
Thank you!!!
Michelle Davis
01:23:16
Thank you.
Michelle Davis
01:23:23
Excellent session.