Abnormal Psychology- Psychiatric Conditions and Interventions - PSYC 2450

Credit(s): 3 | Hours: Lecture - 45, Lab - 0, Other - 0

Acquire an overview of the common psychiatric conditions and their symptoms, causes, and treatment modalities. The role of the mental health worker as part of the multidisciplinary team working with clients with mental health disorders is addressed. You will discuss attitudes, stigma, and the influences of culture. Class readings, web-based learning, group discussions, and assignments help illustrate this material.

Prerequisites: PSYC 1040 and 1050, or PSYC 1060, or equivalent Restricted to Justice, Social Work, Therapeutic Rec, Open Studies and Arts & Science Programs

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