Diploma In Mental Health Care & Counselling

Diploma In Mental Health Care & Counselling

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The course is designed to provide a strong foundation to participants in theoretical and practical aspects of mental health care. The course will comprise of

  • Recognition and Identification of various mental disorders
  • Counselling techniques
  • Psychological interventions
  • Family interventions
  • Psychosocial rehabilitation
  • Community care
Faculty will be experienced mental health professionals from SCARF, Psymed, SNEHA, and other experts. This course will open opportunities for employment in various mental health care settings in the country which could include out-patient, day-care, sheltered workshops or in-patient care settings.

Lessons

2. INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY

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Psychology the science of behavior and mental processes. Science – Attempt to understand people by thinking critically and careful controlled observations …

6. PERCEPTION

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Attention is the process through which our we focus our mental capacities on only a small portion of all the available stimuli present at any given moment …

7. THINKING

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Thinking requires you to go beyond the information given to you, so that you can reach a goal; the goal may be a solution, a belief or a decision …

8. EMOTIONS

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Complex feeling state with psychic, somatic, and behavioral components – kaplan Emotion involves: Subjective conscious experience (the cognitive component) …

9. MOTIVATION

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Motivation is the process of arousing the action, sustaining the activity in process and regulating the pattern of activity – Young Motivation refers to the states within …

10. ASSESSING MEMORY

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Memory is the process in which information is encoded, stored, and retrieved. Encoding allows information from the outside world to be sensed in the form of chemical …

12. MEMORY

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Encoding: the information gets into our brains in a way that allows it to be stored. Storage: the information is held in a way that allows it to later be retrieved …

13. INTELLIGENCE

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1. Defining intelligence 2. Biological Basis of Intelligence 3. Theories 4. Genetics vs. Environment 4. Variations of Intelligence …

14. PERSONALITY

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1. An individual’s characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling, and acting 2. Basic perspectives 3. Psychoanalytic 4. Humanistic 5. Social …

15. PERSONALITY DISORDERS

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Personality is a unique and long-term pattern of inner experience and outward behavior Tends to be consistent and is often described in terms of “traits” Also flexible …

17. FAMILY AND SOCIAL DYNAMICS

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1. Everyone is free to share 2. No judgment 3. All questions are welcome 4. Respect others 5. Our experience here is confidential 6.Personal responsibility for learning …

18. THE FAMILY AS A SOCIAL UNIT

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Family medicine, in common with most other medical specialties, is passing through a period of lively debate concerning its course and development. This paper …

19. STIGMA AND DISCRIMINATION

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Family medicine, in common with most other medical specialties, is passing through a period of lively debate concerning its course and development. This paper …

20. INTERVIEWING SKILLS

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Introduction A basic interviewing framework Before the interview Interview techniques Controlling the interview Non verbal communication Structured part of the …

21. ASSESSMENT- HISTORY TAKING

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What is history taking ? What is the value? General considerations Basic structure of a psychiatric history Summary Active and continuous process Understanding and …

23. MOOD DISORDER

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Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. No health without mental health Mental health is …

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