The course will introduce students to concepts of trauma and resilience in a developmental context.
|Course Dates||Semester 2|
|Academic Co-ordinator||Charles Marley|
This course will be an option course on the MSc in Children and Young People’s Mental Health and Psychological Practice. The course will introduce students to concepts of trauma and resilience in a developmental context. Past and current conceptualisation will be considered within applied settings to question how these conceptualisations help assessment and intervention for children and young people. The course has a preventative health care/health promotion focus.
This course will run in Semester 2 (January-May). It is delivered entirely online over 10 sessions.
Applicants for the CPD courses will be considered on an individual basis. Guidelines for likely acceptance onto the programme can be found on the entry requirements page:
There are separate application forms for i) the standard CPD route or ii) the Academic Credit route. Please decide whether you wish to take the course for academic credit when applying, and complete the relevant application form. These can be downloaded at the CPD applications page:
Alternatively, paper copies can be requested from the CPD Secretary:
This article was published on Sep 20, 2012