On this page, we will provide you with a mental health stigma worksheet that will help you work towards zero mental health stigma by learning the types of stigmas.
What is the Mental Health stigma worksheet about?
Similar to physical health, mental health comprises various components. These include Cognitive health (the ability to reason, learn and remember), Emotional health (the ability to process and control thoughts and feelings), and Behavioural health (the ability to control how we react to emotional and cognitive cues). Mental health can therefore be described as the cognitive, emotional and behavioural well-being that allows people to realise their own abilities, cope with stress, work productively and make a lasting contribution to society. Mental health is real and as important as physical health but for mental health sensitization to make significant strides towards global acceptance, we must fight against mental health-related stigma. This worksheet will provide you with a number of ways we can work against mental stigma and promote the sensitization of mental health.
How will the Mental Health stigma worksheet help?
The mental health stigma worksheet is meant to help individuals, as well as mental health professionals, learn the types of mental health stigma and identify and type of stigma they have experienced. In addition, the worksheet will also help them show support for people facing mental health stigmas by writing a short letter on how they can help such persons.
Instructions on how to use the Mental Health stigma worksheet
- Read all about the types of mental health stigma, indicate if you have ever experienced any type, by placing a tick next to the type.
- Write a small article on how you can help fight mental health stigma
You can download this worksheet here.
On this page, we provided you with a mental health stigma worksheet that we hope helped you work against mental health-related stigma.
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