PSY3300 Mental Health Essentials
Educational Level: Upper undergraduate, Bachelor
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Dr. Celeste Bryson
An emphasis on mental health delivery and clinical skills used in a community mental health setting are discussed in this course. Topics pertaining to case management, issues related to case management, assessment of psychiatric disorders, and responding to those with mental health needs will be addressed.
How This Course Benefits Students:
Students will be able to identify and assess individuals with psychiatric disorders. They will obtain essential knowledge and skills necessary to describe principles and practices of case management in mental health.
Why This Course Is Important:
Mental health principles and practices will assist missional individuals with taking appropriate action when identifying those who need mental health treatment. Students will be able to respond appropriately and safely to those in the community that need spiritual and professional help.