Mental Health Awareness
Raising awareness about mental health
Nightline’s Prevention unit carries out actions with students, professors and medical teams in establishments, with the aim of raising awareness of mental health issues and providing them with the keys to coping with mental illness. to be a student.
Interventions in preparatory classes (CPGE)
Preparatory classes are renowned for their level of requirement and the stress that students can feel there. In order to better live this intense period, the prevention center works with students by offering awareness and information workshops on mental health and student well-being, accompanied by a dedicated booklet. Led by a clinical psychologist, this action contains the testimonies of former CPGE students on the difficulties they may have encountered and the strategies they have put in place to deal with them.
For CPGE teachers, the Prevention center offers a short awareness training on student mental health, presenting in different stages what the teacher can do at their level to prevent mental health difficulties. students. The Prevention division notably distributes booklets intended for teachers in order to offer them support support.
With school medical teams
For school medical teams in preparatory classes, Nightline sets up inter-establishment practice analysis groups led by the team’s psychologist. We also help in the search for partnerships with free and nearby external care structures.
Three levels of action are planned:
- awareness-raising actions for public officials;
- mental health first aid training actions for volunteer staff;
- actions to train trainers in first aid in mental health enabling ministries to build up a pool of internal trainers.
It also determines the management methods of this system and the actors involved.