Mental Health Interventions (OCCP5247)
UNIT OF STUDY
This elective unit will extend students' knowledge and skills in occupational therapy mental health practice. A large experiential learning component will build student confidence in working collaboratively with people living with mental illness to identify their needs and to use both occupational therapy specific and generic mental health strategies to support their mental health recovery. In line with current state and national directions, the unit will focus on trauma-informed care, well-being and recovery-oriented practice. We will cover adolescent, youth and adult mental health practice across acute, rehabilitation, community and forensic contexts.
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3hr lecture/tutorial/week, online components, face to face classes and independent preparation readings/activities
Ten in-class quizzes (30%), one 2-hr open book exam (70%) and attendance requirements
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