PSY418 Introduction to Mental Health Work
PSY419 Organization and Interaction of Mental Health Services
On successful completion of the course, students will have:
In this course the student is challenged in concrete practical situations, and the knowledge is developed in action. The student gets experiences from how mental health work is exercised towards people in mental crises.
Lectures / Conferences
Seminars are compulsory and 80 % certified attendance is required.
Practical studies (150 hours)
Work placements and organisation of the practical studies will be prepared and approved by the university. 90 % certified attendance is required. See the course brochure for details.
Tutorials will stimulate to the development of practical knowledge in crisis intervention. The students´ clinical studies are in focus, stimulating professional and personal growth and development. Supervision is compulsory. 90 % certified attendance is required.
Estimated student workload in this course is approx. 405 hours.
A graded 6-hour written individual examination.
Study programme manager Inger Beate Larsen (email@example.com)mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty of Health and Sport Sciences