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Training Services at HopeNet

HopeNet wants to partner with you to help break the stigma of mental illness and to educate our community on how we can make our homes, churches, workplaces and schools safe places for those struggling with mental health issues. We offer several opportunities for your team to equip and inform.

Email or call our office at 316-684-4673 to learn more about partnering with HopeNet to train your staff or congregation. Some informational seminars are free of charge.

Domestic violence and other abuses are more common than most of us want to believe. Learn the patterns of abuse, what legally defines abuse and how we can all help those caught in the abuse cycle.

Is your church a safe place for those who are struggling with mental health challenges? Learn how you can decrease stigma, find resources for those who are struggling and when to seek professional help. 

Anxiety is the most prevalent mental health struggle in the US. Learn how anxiety affects not only your mental health, but also your physical health and quality of life and what you can do to help yourself and others. 

Help your team identify barriers to growth from the ground up. Your team will see their potential by identifying strengths, available resources and compelling incentives that help employees find work-life balance, which will result in better engagement, higher levels of retention and increased productivity. 

Not having clear boundaries in our life can leave us frustrated, resentful and tired. Learn why boundaries are important and how you can start owning and implementing them today. 

Gain a better understanding of the complex world of mental health challenges and how you can help those around you. Great for churches, schools and companies looking to increase their support of their members. 

Are there steps we can take to lay a foundation for better mental health and more positive moods? Learn the building blocks to naturally improve your mood on a day to day basis. Everyone will walk away with at least one step they can take to positively affect their mental health and overall mood.

An honest look at a topic that has sadly made headlines in recent years. Define and increase your understanding of sexual abuse and its impact on victims. This session ends with hope and a healing path from a licensed mental health therapist.

Learn to use the tools of coaching to help yourself to invigorate your goals, move forward personally and professionally and establish practices for continued growth.

This in depth look at the long-term impact of trauma on children will take you through some of the technical, biological, relational and emotional consequences of trauma, and what therapies and practices help the brain find healing. 

What ingredients make for a safe culture in our organizations, churches, schools and families? Learn some of the steps we can take to make these places safe for those who are struggling. 

What is your understanding of mental health and mental illness? Learn how every organization can grow and benefit from a better understanding of how mental health affects our productivity and personal growth. You will also gain a better understanding of how mental illness and its stigma affects our culture and society. 

Mental Health First Aid USA is an 8-hour training to teach participants how to help someone who is developing
a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The evidence behind the program
demonstrates that it helps trainees identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and
substance use disorders.

Learn More Here.

Help your church understand the importance of mental wellness to each one of us, and how the health of the church is rooted in the health of its leaders and members.

Mindfulness can be a key component of a healthy brain. It can help bring awareness to our lives and help us stop living on autopilot, in constant stress and busyness. 

This seminar will help your team have difficult conversations in healthy and productive ways, even when opinions differ, emotions are high and important things are at risk.

Change comes to all of us. Help your team navigate change in this helpful and informative seminar, blending therapeutic tips and knowledge of how our bodies and brains react to change. 

We all long for true intimacy, from our spouses, friends and families. But how can we foster and grow intimacy in our lives? This training will help you define and nurture intimacy in your life.

Learn how the structures of the brain develop and how it adapts to our environment, experiences and choices and how these influences can help the brain find healing after trauma. 

Take an in-depth look at this universal human experience. We all have felt shame, but few of us know how to deal with it. Learn to recognize shame and its effect on our lives and learn how we can overcome it. 

A holistic look into the biological, emotional, mental and spiritual factors that contribute to depression and how those same factors can help lead to healing and health.

Learn who is at risk and what factors contribute to risk of suicide in this difficult but timely discussion on a growing crisis. This seminar will also cover ways we can all help those who are struggling. 

Are you doing the things that are important to you? Or do you feel like your life is out of whack and out of control? This practical seminar will give your group tools to evaluate their priorities and what they are saying yes to and what they saying no to.

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