Mental Health Ally Course Library

Every situation is different. All of our individual journeys deserve respect and empathy, and Psych Hub’s expansive content library helps individuals chart their paths and build learning plans that lead to personal growth.

Psych Hub's interactive stackable courses are divided into focused modules designed for you to learn at your own pace and refer back to at any time. In these courses, you’ll hear advice from subject matter experts, guest speakers with lived experience, scenario-based learning exercises, role-play with therapists, and more.

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mental health ally series

Learn about mental health issues, their impact on the community, and the dangers of stigma regarding mental health.

Learn about techniques that may be vital in helping people, who experience mental health disorders, to find support in managing their symptoms.

Learn about some of the most commonly used types of substances, risk and protective factors for substance use, and practical ways you can help someone find support that can lead to recovery.

Learn about the different types of diversity, how negative reactions to diversity affect many people’s mental health, and how to promote inclusion.

Learn how bias impacts people’s interactions with each other and techniques for overcoming this bias.

Learn about the nature of suicide and how to recognize warning signs for someone who may be at risk for suicide, as well as ways to connect those at risk to support services.

Learn how to help someone who may be in an abusive relationship or experiencing suicidal ideation.

Learn about four communication techniques utilized in the evidence-based practice of Motivational Interviewing. This course was created for anyone who wants to build their conversational skills and become a better listener.

Learn how to accurately describe signs of a mental health crisis and identify practical skills that may be used to support someone who needs help.

Learn how to develop the skill of resilience, which can help to protect against the impacts of stress and trauma.

mental health ally for the workplace

Learn about mental health issues, their impact on the community and the workplace, and the dangers of stigma regarding mental health.

Learn how to recognize common mental health conditions and help people in the workplace to find the support they need.

Learn about some of the most commonly used types of substances, risk and protective factors for substance use, and practical ways you can help someone in the workplace to find support that can lead to recovery.

Learn about the different types of diversity, how negative reactions to diversity in the workplace affect many people’s mental health, and how to promote inclusion in the workplace.

Learn how bias impacts people’s interactions with each other in the workplace and techniques for overcoming this bias.

Learn about the nature of suicide and how to recognize warning signs for someone in the workplace that may be at risk for suicide, as well as ways to connect those at risk to support services.

Learn how to help someone in the workplace who may be in an abusive relationship or experiencing suicidal ideation.

Learn about four communication techniques utilized in the evidence-based practice of Motivational Interviewing. This course was created for anyone who wants to build their conversational skills and become a listener who can help others in their workplace.

mental health ally for educators

Learn about mental health issues, their impact on the education community, and an explanation of the dangers of stigma regarding mental health.

Learn how to recognize common mental health conditions and help people in your education community to find the support they need.

Learn about some of the most commonly used types of substances, risk and protective factors for substance use, and practical ways you can help someone in your community to find support that can lead to recovery.

Learn about the different types of diversity, how negative reactions to diversity affect many people’s mental health, and how to promote inclusion in your education community.

Learn how bias impacts people’s interactions with each other in the education community and techniques for overcoming this bias.

Learn about the nature of suicide and how to recognize warning signs for someone your education community that may be at risk for suicide, as well as ways to connect those at risk to support services.

Learn how to help someone in the education community that may be in an abusive relationship or experiencing suicidal ideation.

Learn about four communication techniques utilized in the evidence-based practice of Motivational Interviewing. This course was created for anyone who wants to build their conversational skills and become a listener who can help others in the education community.

Learn how to accurately describe signs of a mental health crisis and identify practical skills that may be used to support someone who needs help.

Learn how to develop the skill of resilience, which can help to protect against the impacts of stress and trauma.

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