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Diploma in Mental Health

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This diploma gives an exciting opportunity to the participants to gain an in-depth knowledge about mental health. This diploma course will provide one with the do’s and don’ts of mental health and the theories of mental health that are implied in a practical scenario. The participants will get to know about mental health, its various theories . This course is handpicked for students as well as professionals working in the field of psychology and mental health.

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Session starts from 28th July 2021.

This diploma gives an exciting opportunity to the participants to gain an in-depth knowledge about mental health. This diploma course will provide one with the do’s and don’ts of mental health and the theories of mental health that are implied in a practical scenario. The participants will get to know about mental health, its various theories . This course is handpicked for students as well as professionals working in the field of psychology and mental health.

Key Highlights:

Live Learning
1 Month Internship with Cognizavest
Access to Psychology Scoot Placement Cell for M.A Students.
Live Cases Interaction with Experts.
Dedicated Assistance complete during the program

Monthly Payment Plan Overview

InstalmentsAmount
Initial PaymentINR 5000
2nd InstalmentINR 5000
3rd InstalmentINR 5000
Please Note:
If failed to make any instalment on time it may lead to cancellation of admission in the program.

Diploma Overview

Duration: 6 Months
Classes: 2 Days a week
Wednesday & Friday
Language: English
Mode: Online
Timings: Wednesday – 4 pm Onwards
Friday- 4 pm Onwards
Skill Level: Expert
Practical’s: Yes
Internship: 1 month Included
Assignments: Yes
Live Lectures: Yes

Affiliated to ICPEM and Degree from ICPEM
(Registered under NITI AYOG- Government of India)

Who is your facilitator?

Pragati Prasad
(RCI Registered Clinical Psychologist)

Who is the diploma for?

This diploma is curated for enthusiasts who have the curiosity to learn, understand and broaden their horizon of knowledge in the field of forensic psychology.

Eligibility?

Completed or Pursuing B.A, M.A, M.Phil., Professionals from any background.
Completed XIIth

I am pursuing psychology, can I attend this diploma?

Yes, you can join the diploma.

What is the format of the Diploma?

  • Live lectures by a practicing RCI Registered Clinical Psychologist
  • Duration – 6 months.
  • 2 Lectures per week.
  • Unlimited Access to Lecture Recording for a duration of 6 months, till the course ends. 
  • 6 Months Access to Course Materials.
  • Assessments, Quizzes, Tasks & Case Discussions.
  • Attendance – 70% Mandatory.
  • Leaves are permitted, we value Self-Care!

What will you learn?

  • Understanding the various theories of psychosocial model.
  • The course attempts to understand the cognition, emotions, perceptions and behavior as well as the interaction of humans in their societal, cultural, familial and religious environment.
  • The overall aim is to introduce conceptualizations of mental health problems within the environment in which the individual functions.
  • These theoretical understanding becomes the basis of psychotherapies.

Modules of the Curriculum:

 

Unit – I Mental health and illness
  • Mental health care – past and present; stigma and attitude towards mental illness
  • Perspectives on mental health  – psychodynamic, behavioural, cognitive, humanistic, existential and biology
Unit – II Concept of Self & Mental Health
  • Self-concept, self-image, self-perception and self regulations in mental health and illness
  • Learned helplessness and attribution theories
  • Social skill model, interpersonal and communication models of mental illness stress diathesis model
  • Resilience, coping and social support.
Unit – III Family influences and Mental Health
  • Early deprivation and trauma, neglect and abuse
  • Attachment, separation, inadequate parenting styles, marital discord and divorce, maladaptive peer relationships, communication style, family burden, expressed emotions. 
Unit – IV Societal influences and Mental Health
  • Discrimination, poverty and unemployment; prejudice, social change and uncertainty; crime and delinquency; social tension & violence; urban stressors; torture & terrorism; culture shock; migration; religion & gender
Unit – V Disability & Rehabilitation
  • Definition and classification of disability
  • Psychosocial models of disability
  • Approaches to rehabilitation
  • Family and caregivers issues;
Unit – VI Indian thoughts
  • Concept of mental health and illness of mental illness
Unit – VII Policies and Acts
  • Rehabilitation Policies and Acts (Mental Health Act of 1987,
  • National Mental Health Program 1982, the Persons With Disabilities (equal opportunities, protection of rights and full participation) Act 1995
  • National Trust for  Mental Retardation, CP and Autistic Children 1999
  •  Juvenile Justice Act of 1986
  • Mental Health Care Act 2017
  • Ethics and professional code of conduct.

Certification

Diploma will be awarded by ICPEM , Marksheet by Cognizavest delivered at your doorstep.

 

References/Essential Readings:

Achenback, T.M. (1974). Developmental Psychopathology. New York: Ronald Press.

 

Baron, A. R. Social Psychology, Global Edition by Nyla R. Branscombe.

 

Brislin, R. W. (1990). Applied Cross cultural psychology. New Delhi: Sage publications.

Buss, A.H. (1966). Psychopathology. NY: John Wiley & Sons.

 

Irallagher, B. J. (1995). The sociology of mental illness (3rd ed.). New York: Prentice hall.

 

Kapur, M. (1995). Mental Health of Indian Children. New Delhi: Sage publications.

 

Klein, D.M. & White, J.M. (1996). Family theories – An introduction. New Delhi: Sage

Publications.

 

Krahe, B. (1992). Personality and Social Psychology: Towards a synthesis. New Delhi: Sage

Publications.

 

Kuppuswamy, B. (1990). Elements of ancient Indian Psychology (1st ed.). New Delhi:

Konark Publishers

 

Rao, H.S.R & Sinha D. (1997). Asian perspectives in Psychology (Vol. 19). New Delhi: Sage

publications:

 

Shaffer, D. R. & Kipp, K (2009) Developmental Psychology Childhood and Adolescence. Wadsworth Publishing Co Inc; 8th ed. edition

Additional information

Process for Registration

Step 1: Select appropriate batch you wish to opt for
Step 2: Choose whether you wish to opt for Monthly Payment Option
Step 2: Complete Checkout Process and Payment
Step 3: You will receive an a google classroom invite 2 days before the program begins.
Step 4: Our team will be contacting you 2 days before the program starts for all details and briefing.

Please Note:
Our team will be contacting you for Group Registration for complete details of the group.

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