The key to student well-being is ensuring students get help when they need it. Changing minds changes behaviors, which is why our student mental health training course focuses on encouraging students to question their beliefs, trust their instincts, and recognize red flags so that they’ll be ready to take a proactive approach to mental health and wellness.

In part one of the course, learners are invited to “unlearn” assumptions about illness, wellness, and the shame associated with negative stereotypes and discrimination. Key areas of instruction and investigation include exploring mental illness stigma, social and cultural biases, and the diversity of individual lived experiences relating to needing and getting help.

In part two, students get an opportunity to explore important strategies, scripts, sources, and self-care practices that will help them get the help they need and/or offer assistance and support to their friends, peers, and community.

learning objectives

  • Negative representations of mental illness
  • Mental illness stereotypes and biases
  • What is mental illness?
  • What are mental illnesses?
  • Mental illness discrimination
  • Invisible barriers
  • The problem with “normal”
  • What is mental wellness?
  • Domains of mental wellness and well-being
  • Thinking slow to reduce bias
  • Mental health as “health”
  • Prevention and Building healthy habits
  • When to get help
  • Where to get help
  • Help-offering (bystander intervention)
  • When to offer help
  • Red flags
  • How to offer help
  • Compassion, Empathy, and Self-Care
20-30 minutes
  • N/A
  • Undergrad
  • Graduate
  • Community College
  • Adult Learners
  • Student Athlete
  • Video scenarios
  • Infographics
  • Readings
  • Pre and post survey
  • Quizzes

LMS Features

Use Get Inclusive’s training platform to assign and track courses or integrate with your LMS via SCORM/AICC.
Integration options through Single-Sign-On (SSO), HRIS, SCORM, AICC and xAPI.
Configurable dashboard for real-time course completion tracking.
Fully customizable data field and attribute configurations.
Alternative training options for employees without email or computer access.
Integrated policy acknowledgment, tracking, and reporting.
Private label options for corporate branding within courses, notifications and LMS.
“This course is a wonderful addition to college and university programming. I really love how it destigmatizes asking for help for mental health concerns!”
Dr. Amanda Wheeler
Assistant Director of Outreach at the Student Counseling Center
Dr. Victor Schwartz, Chief Medical Officer at The Jed Foundation
“It was a pleasure and honor to have the opportunity to support the excellent effort of Get Inclusive in developing a mental health training curriculum.”
Dr. Victor Schwartz
Chief Medical Officer


Get Inclusive courses are built modularized for easy configuration and customization.
Update Title IX information and relaunch to learners in minutes.
Remove and reorder content throughout the course.
Add videos, images, welcome letters and other campus specific information.
Incorporate institutional policies, definitions, and track acknowledgement.
Combine courses to consolidate annual training assignments.
Upgrade to Private Label and get advanced branding features across courses and LMS.



Included standard in all training packages
  • Mass upload/course assignments
  • Automated email reminders / notifications
  • Magic link - password-less one-click-to-course access.
  • Ad Hoc reports from dashboard (executive summary PDF + learner details in Excel)


A robust set of advanced features and automations
  • Single-Sign-On authentication for learners and admins
  • Single campus-wide link
  • Ability to auto assign courses based on role attributes
  • Ability to have direct logins for users who do not have SSO accounts
FTP/API Inbound:
  • Creating learner accounts
  • Auto-deactivation / reactivating learner accounts
  • Unlimited data-attributes (categories, labels, tags, etc.)
  • Course Auto assignment / unassignment based on data-attributes
FTP/API Outbound:
  • Multiple secure FTP drops throughout the day with completion data (or also pending learners data)
Enhanced Reporting:
  • Automated schedules


Advanced is designed for multi-campus institutions
Multiple SSO:
  • Enabling multiple SSO integrations
Multi-tiered Permission:
  • Applying activity-specific visibility and permissions at campus/course level.
Multi-campus FTP:
  • Enable learner data import from multiple data sources
  • Auto margining / Duplicate handling
Rolling Due Date Escalation:
  • Auto notify supervisors in “past due” notifications based on rolling deadlines. Escalated emails 30,60,90 days after deadline.


Get Inclusive powers a SCORM integration package
SCORM Dispatch:
  • Admin Reporting
  • Admin SSO

a la carte upgrades


Get Inclusive offers courses in multiple languages. Select your courses and languages, and we’ll build a custom package that meets your needs.

Private Label

Get Inclusive offers deep custom branding on a course by course basis. We recommend Private Label for our primary flagship courses.

SCORM Hosting

Get Inclusive offers deep custom branding on a course by course basis. We recommend Private Label for our primary flagship courses.

SMS Engage:

Improve course deliverability and completion rates through SMS Engage. We offer tiered, usage based pricing tiers.

Custom URL

Create a custom URL with SSO to help increase adoption. Includes single sign-on (

Real-time Hold Removal

For institutions implementing registration holds, we strongly recommend this feature to ensure students have immediate registration access upon successful course completion. (via webooks)

Enhanced Email

Increase course participation and email open rates with this integrated email feature. All course assignments will be delivered via (not from
course brocure

Mental Health &

Want more information about how Get Inclusive built our Mental Health & Well-Being course in partnership with the JED Foundation, and with support from Texas Tech University? Download our free brochure, and get the full story.

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