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Children and Young People’s Mental Health and Wellness Diploma Course

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165 € 55 
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Montant original en GBP :
£UK 147  £UK 49

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Typologie Formation
Méthodologie En ligne
Heures de classe 150h
Début Dates au choix
  • Formation
  • En ligne
  • 150h
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    Dates au choix
Description

What Will You Learn?
Over half of all cases of mental ill health start before the age of 14. This course examines mental health in this age group, the policies and services on offer in the UK, how and why certain people are affected, and what can be done by schools and individuals to provide intervention, prevention and support.
The Children and Young People’s Mental Health and Wellness Diploma Course opens by laying out the landscape of mental health policies and government legislation available for children and young people’s mental health (in the UK), and the education policy with regards to the same. You’ll explore prevalence rates and statistics for children and young people’s mental health and gain awareness of the gap in available treatment.
Mental health problems often start to develop in childhood and adolescence. The problem is that it can be difficult to distinguish between the signs of an emerging problem or disorder and ordinary, everyday challenging behaviour. This has made specialist support for this age group vital. This course will show how to identify both the most and lesser common mental health problems that children and young people experience today.
Several vulnerable groups of children and young people exist who are found to be at an increased risk of developing mental health problems and who may find more difficulty in accessing support. The Children and Young People’s Mental Health and Wellness Diploma Course discusses these groups in detail.
The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) are NHS specialist services that assess and treat children and young people with emotional, behavioural or mental health difficulties. Studying this course, you will discover the current service provision for children and young people by CAMHS and Inpatient Services, as well as the problems faced by these providers and their proposed plans for the future.

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Dates au choix
Online
Début Dates au choix
Lieu
Online

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Lisa
20/03/2018
Le meilleur de la formation: I found centre of excellence and I'm so happy that I took the chance, I found the course material easy to understand I loved how I could do as much or little work at any time based on my schedule. My tutor was always prompt with sending my grade for each module.
À améliorer: All ok
Formation effectuée: Mars 2018
Recommanderiez-vous cette centre de formation ?: oui
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Adele
01/01/2018
Le meilleur de la formation: It was a great learning experinence and the speedy feedback made it all the more better. I would recommend the same to all. Thanks a lot.
À améliorer: Nothing
Formation effectuée: Janvier 2018
Recommanderiez-vous cette centre de formation ?: oui
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Robert Pembroke MHS
20/03/2018
Le meilleur de la formation: I have also just finished a course in parapsychology again it was a very good and informative course to do. I would advise anyone thinking of doing a online course to look at the courses on offer with the centre of excellence.
À améliorer: -
Formation effectuée: Mars 2018
Recommanderiez-vous cette centre de formation ?: oui
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Programme

Module 1 – The Prevalence of Mental Health Problems in Children and Young People

  • Introduction
  • Part 1: Mental Health Policies and Legislation
  • Part 2: Recent Policy Developments
  • Part 3: Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition (CYPMHC)
  • Part 4: Conclusion
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 – Common Mental Health Problems in Children and Young People

  • Part 1: Depression
  • Part 2: Anxiety Disorders
  • Part 3: Self-Harming Behaviour
  • Part 4: Conclusion
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 – Less Common Mental Health Problems in Children and Young People

  • Part 1: Suicide
  • Part 2: Psychosis
  • Part 3: Bipolar Disorder
  • Part 4: Conclusion
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 – Vulnerable Groups of Children and Young People

  • Part 1: Looked-After Children (LAC)
  • Part 2: Physical Disabilities and Mental Health
  • Part 3: Young Carers
  • Part 4: Conclusion
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 – Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services

  • Part 1: The Role of CAMHS
  • Part 2: Problems Faced by Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services
  • Part 3: Service Transformations: Future Directions in Service Provision
  • Part 4: Conclusion
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Risk and Protective Factors

  • Part 1: Risk Factors
  • Part 2: Protective Factors
  • Part 3: Conclusion
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 – The Effect of Social Media

  • Part 1: The Digital Lives of Children and Young People: Emerging Trends
  • Part 2: Online Risk and Harm
  • Part 3: Conclusion
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 – Assessment and Treatment of Childhood Mental Health Problems

  • Part 1: Mental Health Assessments of Children and Young People
  • Part 2: Psychological Treatments for Children and Young People
  • Part 3: Medication
  • Part 4: Conclusion
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 – The Role of Education in Supporting Children and Young People’s Mental Health

  • Part 1: The Role of Schools: A Whole School Approach
  • Part 2: Mental Health Policy
  • Part 3: Conclusion
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 – Peer Mentoring and School Based Counselling

  • Part 1: Peer Support and Children and Young People’s Mental Health
  • Part 2: School-Based Counselling
  • Part 3: Conclusion
  • Module 10 Assessment
  • Conclusion