State of Mental Health of the Philippine

Road to Full Recovery: A Psychosocial Support Session for COVID19 Survivors

The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly affected our lives. We might have been affected by it first hand and successfully recovered from it, but as we go on with our lives, you might be feeling odd -- you might feel that something is not right with yourself, something is not the way it's used to be.

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Mental Health Peer Support Training for Employees
(Online Training)

Peer Supporting is an approach wherein practical assistance,  encouragement, and emotional support is given by a "peer" that has similar lived experiences or can establish common ground in order to foster resilience in and facilitate recovery by his peer/s.

This workshop aims to establish and enhance social connection within the organization particularly among employees of the same level (peers) by equipping them with skills in active listening and problem-solving in order to adequately provide peer support to one another. This training also aims to illustrate positive behavior which the peer supporter can model when giving support to their colleagues who face difficult challenges in their lives whether personal or work-related.

EVENT DETAILS

November 23-25, 2021

1:00pm to 4:30pm

Delivery Mode: Online(via Zoom)

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Learning Objectives

At the end of the training, participants should be able to:

  1. Understand the common mental health concerns of the employees in the workplace

  2. Identify the red flags of people needing professional help in a crisis situation vs people in non-crisis situation needing peer support

  3. Demonstrate the skills in conducting Peer Supporting

  4. Exhibit relevant behaviors of a Peer Support provider

  5. Establish helpful and supportive relationships among peers in the workplace.

Who should join?

  • All Employees

Course Outline

Day 1:

  • Mental Health Orientation

    1. Common Issues in the Workplace: Stress, Anxiety, Depression,  and Burnout

    2. How Do You Know if You’re Still OK?

    3. Red Flags for Needing Professional Help

  • Understanding Peer Support Groups

  • Developing Interpersonal Communication Skills: The 1st Building Block to Peer Supporting

    1. Communication

    2. Active Listening

    3. Reframing

    4. Non-verbal Communication

 

Day 2:

  • Steering the Wheel: How to Conduct Peer Support Session?

    1. Prepare yourself

    2. Listen to each other

    3. Offer support

    4. Facilitate problem solving

 

  • Stages of the Helping Process​​

    1. Relationship

    2. Story and Strengths

    3. Goals

    4. Re-story

    5. Action

Day 3 :

  • Establishing a Supportive Relationship among Peers

  • Ethics in Peer Support – The Do’s and Don’ts

  • Self-care Practices for the Peer Support Provider

Learning Investment

Regular Rate – ₱5,500 per pax + VAT

Group Rate (3 to 10 pax ) – ₱4,500 per pax + VAT

Big Group Rate (11 pax and more) – ₱3,500 per pax + VAT

For your convenience, you may deposit your payment at any branch of:

 

BANCO DE ORO

Account Name: Premier Value Provider, Inc.

Account Number: 006830102862

Branch: Trident-Gil Puyat

Swift Code: BNORPHMMXX

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Resource Speakers

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Alessandra Arpon, RPsy is working in education, research, assessment, and mental health awareness, treatment, and care. She earned her BS psychology from Far Eastern University - Manila with a magna cum laude distinction and a master’s degree in clinical psychology from De La Salle University – Manila where she is also taking her Ph. D. in clinical counseling psychology. She is a licensed psychologist who garnered the 5th place during the licensure examination for psychologist in 2017.

Aless was trained to practice evidence-based psychological assessment and treatments for individuals, couples, groups, and families. Currently, she works as a faculty member of the Psychology Department at De La Salle University – Manila (DLSU) where she handles undergraduate and graduate courses. She is also a consulting psychologist in various private clinics and government hospitals within Metro Manila. Aside from therapy and assessment, she also conducts lectures, seminars, and workshops related to mental health awareness, prevention, and intervention in the community, school, and work settings.

UNIONBANK

Account Name: PREMIER VALUE PROVIDER, INC.

Account Number: 002410007904

Swift Code: UBPHPHMMXXX

- Please email a copy of the deposit slip with company name, company TIN number, company address, participant name/s, and participant contact number/s to info@pvpi.ph.