Working with Complexity in Adult Mental Health (100108)

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

Working with Complexity in Adult Mental Health provides an opportunity for students to evaluate and reflect on key approaches to working with complexity in adult mental health. Recovery-oriented and evidence-based approaches to working with adults who experience trauma and enduring or coexisting mental health presentations will be examined. This unit will enhance the capacity of students to work with complexity and to deliver contemporary mental health services that are safe, effective and founded on a genuine collaboration with consumers and carers.

Learning Outcomes

1

Critically reflect on theoretical understanding and practical approaches to working with people who experience complex presentations, including enduring and coexisting mental health conditions.

2

Demonstrate an understanding of the application of a recovery-oriented framework to best practice when working with adults who experience enduring or coexisting mental health conditions.

3

Critically appraise evidence-based recommendations for care planning and conceptualise application to adults who experience mental health conditions.