A new online student training course from Get Inclusive.
“ To me, this feels like the best training in this space I have seen.”
- DR. VICTOR SCHWARTZ
Chief Medical Officer.
Real students reacting in real-time to the mental health experiences of other students. These narratives were designed to not only reduce mental illness stigma by reinforcing norms but to also build the kind of empathy that will inspire help-seeking and help-offering behaviors.
Videos, instructional interactivity, self-reflection activities, infographics, self-assessment, pre/post assessment, case studies.
Working closely with the Chief Medical Officer of the JED Foundation, Get Inclusive’s mental well-being module utilizes a transformative learning approach to encourage students to use critical reflection to shift their perceptions about mental illness, healthy and unhealthy habits and behaviors, prevention, and bystander intervention.
“ This course is a wonderful addition to college and university programming. I really love how it destigmatizes asking for help for mental health concerns. This is a great resource to start working on your mental health during a time where there are so many changes in your life happening. Learning these skills now will help you throughout your college journey. ”
Assistant Director, Counseling Services
Texas Tech University
CARMEN POOLE, PhD
Director of Content
Our goal is to reach 10M students with our new Mental Health course. To that end, this new course is immediately available to nearly 100 colleges and universities that have a Student Site License with Get Inclusive.
For institutions not currently under this package, we have very affordable flat-fee, unlimited use licenses that include access to all three course versions. For a price quote and demo access, please send us email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get Inclusive’s core mission is to deliver innovative and customizable compliance and prevention training programs at scale. This means that we take equal care in the building of dynamic online programs for diverse student and employee populations and in the building of the technology that enables the wide scale administration, reporting and analysis of these programs.