Speaker's Bureau

Speaker's Bureau

DLC offers educational workshops to businesses, organizations and groups in the community on a variety of topics based on interest and need.

Examples include: Workplace Wellness, Understanding Substance Use and Addiction, Common Mental Health Concerns and Warning Signs, Coping Skills and Prevention Tips for Youth, and more!

To schedule an educational presentation, or to learn more, please fill out the contact form and we will contact you!

Speaker's Bureau

Speaker's Bureau

DLC offers educational workshops to businesses, organizations and groups in the community on a variety of topics based on interest and need.

Examples include: Workplace Wellness, Understanding Substance Use and Addiction, Common Mental Health Concerns and Warning Signs, Coping Skills and Prevention Tips for Youth, and more!

To schedule an educational presentation, or to learn more, please fill out the contact form and we will contact you!

Compassionate Collier

This 21⁄2-hour, in-person training will provide a comprehensive understanding of mental health and common concerns. Moving through stages of mental wellness, from prevention to early identification to crisis, attendees will learn tips to recognize warning signs, address concerns, provide hope and encourage resources.

Compassionate Collier participants will be certified in the evidence-based, nationally recognized, suicide prevention program, QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer), which provides anyone in the community with the confidence and skills needed to offer assistance in times of crisis.

Compassionate Collier
Compassionate Collier

Compassionate Collier

This 21⁄2-hour, in-person training will provide a comprehensive understanding of mental health and common concerns. Moving through stages of mental wellness, from prevention to early identification to crisis, attendees will learn tips to recognize warning signs, address concerns, provide hope and encourage resources.

Compassionate Collier participants will be certified in the evidence-based, nationally recognized, suicide prevention program, QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer), which provides anyone in the community with the confidence and skills needed to offer assistance in times of crisis.

Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid

This globally recognized certification program provides the skills and understanding needed for anyone in the community to respond appropriately to mental health needs and crisis situations. Participants will learn an action plan, with 5 steps, to enhance their ability to intervene effectively and offer hope and support.

MHFA features an adult module to address and recognize concerns among the adult population, and a youth module to understand challenges many young people today face and is perfect for anyone with a role in the lives of youth.

Both modules feature a two-hour, self-paced, online course followed by an instructor-led training session.

Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid

This globally recognized certification program provides the skills and understanding needed for anyone in the community to respond appropriately to mental health needs and crisis situations. Participants will learn an action plan, with 5 steps, to enhance their ability to intervene effectively and offer hope and support.

MHFA features an adult module to address and recognize concerns among the adult population, and a youth module to understand challenges many young people today face and is perfect for anyone with a role in the lives of youth.

Both modules feature a two-hour, self-paced, online course followed by an instructor-led training session.

Active Parenting

Parents and caregivers can participate in an evidence-based positive parenting program, Active Parenting, to develop skills and strategies to enhance their child’s ability to thrive in society, while building a positive, trusting relationship with them.

With a program for those parenting children ages 5-12 (Parenting Today) and a program for those parenting teenagers (Parenting Teens), participants will engage in relevant and age-appropriate content to build their skills.

Both Active Parenting programs are provided at no cost and are held virtually once per week for six sessions.

Active Parenting
Active Parenting

Active Parenting

Parents and caregivers can participate in an evidence-based positive parenting program, Active Parenting, to develop skills and strategies to enhance their child’s ability to thrive in society, while building a positive, trusting relationship with them.

With a program for those parenting children ages 5-12 (Parenting Today) and a program for those parenting teenagers (Parenting Teens), participants will engage in relevant and age-appropriate content to build their skills.

Both Active Parenting programs are provided at no cost and are held virtually once per week for six sessions.

Webinars

Webinars

Join us for a free, 45-minute virtual presentation featuring a variety of topics! Current topics include:

Shining the Light on Youth Mental Health

Learn about the growing concerns among youth and the prevalence rates of common challenges, how to identify warning signs and tips to have engaging conversations for mental well-being.

Building the Foundation: Infant Mental Health

Understand the brain changes that occur in children birth-3 years old and the cognitive leaps that take place during this age range, while gaining tips to strengthen social and emotional skills in these early years.

Let’s Talk About It!

Discussing substances, social media, and violence with youth can be tough. Learn about the serious impact of these three topics among youth and build skills to address them through preventative conversations.

Webinars

Webinars

Join us for a free, 45-minute virtual presentation featuring a variety of topics! Current topics include:

Shining the Light on Youth Mental Health

Learn about the growing concerns among youth and the prevalence rates of common challenges, how to identify warning signs and tips to have engaging conversations for mental well-being.

Building the Foundation: Infant Mental Health

Understand the brain changes that occur in children birth-3 years old and the cognitive leaps that take place during this age range, while gaining tips to strengthen social and emotional skills in these early years.

Let’s Talk About It!

Discussing substances, social media, and violence with youth can be tough. Learn about the serious impact of these three topics among youth and build skills to address them through preventative conversations.

Community Mental Health Partnership

Education, awareness, and prevention are essential components of David Lawrence Centers for Behavioral Health’s goal of helping our community better understand and address mental health needs. As a community resource, DLC’s Community Mental Health Partnership provides businesses, nonprofit organizations, and other partners with meaningful and tailored mental health education and prevention trainings.

Want more info? Click the button below or contact us to find out more details about our community mental health partnership opportunities.

Community Mental Health Partnership

Education, awareness, and prevention are essential components of David Lawrence Centers for Behavioral Health’s goal of helping our community better understand and address mental health needs. As a community resource, DLC’s Community Mental Health Partnership provides businesses, nonprofit organizations, and other partners with meaningful and tailored mental health education and prevention trainings.

Want more info? Click the button below or contact us to find out more details about our community mental health partnership opportunities.

Prevention Talks!

Check out this featured page that includes a video library and newsletters that spotlight important prevention topics for youth and parents.

Mind Your Mind

With a focus on individual community themes, this page provides articles, graphics, videos, and more to learn about behavioral health needs and community resources.

News

Stay up-to-date with what is happening at DLC and browse through the content library of articles and blogs on a large array of behavioral health topics.

Community Resources

Collier County is home to many community resources that can assist in challenging times, download this resource list to view the many ways our community organizations can lend a helping hand!

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