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-|- Certificate in Youth Mental Health (80 Hours)

Objectives
Uri Brofenbrenner’s Socio-Ecological Theory
Physical (Body and brain), cognitive and psychosocial stages of child and adolescent development
Unique developmental and mental health issues for adolescents using the PACER approach
Impact of mental ill-health on young people
Sociological Influences (Risk and Protective Factors) on Youth Mental Health
Resources: 3 hours of video and pdfs of the PowerPoints Guide to Healthy Adolescent Development - Pages 1-78, Adolescent Development Explained - Pages 1-30


Engaging and Assessing Young People
Objectives
Fundamental principles and strategies underlying youth friendly practice
Key assessment issues and instruments for young people
Introduction to conducting risk assessments
Introduction to case formulation and shared explanatory models
Assessing the needs of families and primary carers
Ethical and legal considerations in youth mental health practice


Mental Ill Health in Young People
Objectives
Introduction to mental health issues in young people: Anxiety, depression, bipolar, trauma, substance misuse, process addictions (gaming, pornography), eating disorders, ADHD
Psychotic disorders in young people
Personality disorders & borderline personality disorder in young people
Disruptive Behaviour Disorders
Intellectual disability and learning disabilities and mental ill-health in young people


Early Intervention in Mental Health
Objectives
The prevention and early intervention framework: Universal, selective and indicated prevention approaches
Mental health promotion and health literacy
Evidence-informed community and school-based mental health prevention


Psychosocial Interventions with Youth
Objectives
Principles of youth mental health care
General principles of psychosocial interventions
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for a range of presentations
ACT and Psychological Flexibility for young people
Dialectical Behavior Techniques for young people

Biological Interventions with Youth
Objectives
 Biological basics of mental illness
 Non-pharmacological evidence-informed treatments

 

Trauma Informed Care and Complicated Grief
Objectives
 Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the rationale for trauma informed services
 Exploring triggers for trauma within the school and community environment
 Identifying the core components of a trauma informed organization


Bullying
Objecitves
Identify causes of bullying
Explore evidence based practices to intervene in bullying


Addressing Learning Needs
Objectives
Identify integrative approaches to assist families when schooling from home
Explore unique learning needs of adolescents


Autism and FASDs
Objectives
Explore the prevalence of Autism and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
Identify the unique challenges of people with FASDs or autism spectrum disorders
Explore ways to emplower parents to better connect with their child who is on the autism spectrum or or who has a FASD

 

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