Managing Mental Health in Adults Online Course
From: $50.00 Inc GST / week for 16 weeks
100 hrs (12 months)
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About this Course
This course requires no prior knowledge and is suitable for anyone either on a professional basis or as a hobby.
This is suitable for (but not limited to):
- Social workers
- Trainee counsellors
- Volunteer counsellors
- Mental health workers
- Learning disability workers
- Support workers
- Health and well-being workers
- Stress management/ Anger management consultants
- Human resources staff
- Law enforcement
- Advice/ Homelessness workers
- Anyone who supports and is interested in people with mental health issues
- Discuss the nature, scope and impact of mental health on adults of all ages.
- Explain the different types of depression and the impact of gender on depression.
- Explain the nature of anxiety and related conditions, and consider possible responses that may be used for these conditions.
- Explain the nature of schizophrenia and consider the responses that might be taken to such conditions.
- Explain the scope and nature of antisocial personality disorders, and consider the responses that might be taken to such conditions.
- Explain the scope and nature of eating disorders in adults, and consider the responses that might be taken to such conditions.
- Explain the scope and nature of dementia in adults, and consider the responses that might be taken to such conditions.
- Identify a wide range of self-help options that can be facilitated for sufferers of mental health problems.
- Identify mental health services and support options available for those with mental health issues.
Your TutorDr. Nicholas Harris B. Psychology (Hons I), PhD
Nicholas is a social psychologist; he studies and teaches on topics involving group-level and individual-level behavior, as well as examining the effect of the situation. Nicholas has been involved in writing textbooks and research papers in psychology. Nicholas’ teaching experience is vast; he has taught social psychology, indigenous and intercultural psychology, statistics, research methods, psychological measurement and assessment, personality, organizational psychology, counselling skills, and ethics. Nicholas has also completed a number of short courses on counselling and suicide prevention, and has volunteered for a number of years with Lifeline. Nicholas has supervised a number of honours and master’s research theses.