Adult Mental Health in Practice (100107)

Adult Mental Health in Practice will enhance recovery-oriented skills for biopsychosocial assessment, formulation and person-led care planning. Evidence-based approaches to common sources of psychological distress will be examined, including anxiety, low mood, parenting with mental health issues and interpersonal relationship difficulties. The relationship between physical and mental health will be explored. Students will be provided with an opportunity to critically reflect on their clinical practice and enhance their ability to provide collaborative evidence-based care.

 

Unit Type Core Unit
Credit Points 10
Delivery Mode e-Learning (online), Part Time