Anglia Ruskin University program

Children's Mental Health Conditions

The module focuses on the different mental health conditions and disorders of emotional well being that children and young people

This program is part of the MSc Child and Adolescent Mental Wellbeing degree offered by Anglia Ruskin University

Develop a comprehensive understanding of child mental health conditions in order to facilitate support and develop understanding in regards to how organizations can support the child/adolescent and their family to enable them to aid recovery

The module will also explore coping mechanisms and who these influence the child’s mental well being, social communication and behaviour regulation will also be explored as well as learning disabilities.

The teaching and learning will also focus on the family and how the dynamics, culture and systems can affect the child’s mental health, and how mental well being affects the family. Interventions and treatment will also be explored in relation to mental health issues in children.

Courses

4 courses

Delivered by expert academics

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