Mental Health and the Family - MHRP 1001

Explore how mental illness affects family dynamics and ways in which the family can assist in recovery.  The client’s 'family' may be broadly defined. Health promotion, strengths-based approaches, and family-related social determinants of health are considered.  A family's culture is highlighted in determining the best approach to helping. Practice assessment skills for clients and their families in the lab.

Note: Restricted to Mental Health Recovery Practitioner and Open Studies


Term Duration Schedule Class Section Open Studies

Edmonton

Spring May 8 - Jun 30, 2023 Mon: 12:30 - 03:30 pm
21312 A01 Yes

To take this course, you must be enrolled in one of the related programs:

Tuition and fees for 2022-2023 Open Studies

Tuition estimate + Fees estimate = Total estimate
One 2-credit course $330 $720.50 $1,050.50
See the detailed fees for this course
Digital resource fee: $7 max per term
Program and supplies fee: $25 max per term
Registrarial and student service fee: $41 max per term
Student technology fee: $12 max per term
Students’ Association fees
Health and dental plan: $386 per year
Students’ Association: $51.50 per term
U-Pass: $180 per term
Legal plan: $18 per year

Note: You may be eligible to opt out of some Student Association fees after enrolling. Visit Tuition and Fees for more information.

Tuition estimate + Fees estimate = Total estimate
One 2-credit course $998 $720.50 $1,718.50
See the detailed fees for this course
Digital resource fee: $7 max per term
Program and supplies fee: $25 max per term
Registrarial and student service fee: $41 max per term
Student technology fee : $12 max per term
Students’ Association fees
Health and dental plan : $386 per year
Students’ Association : $51.50 per term
U-Pass : $180 per term
Legal plan : $18 per term

Note: You may be eligible to opt out of some Student Association fees after enrolling. Visit Tuition and Fees for more information.

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