This eight-month graduate certificate program enhances the knowledge and skill sets of front-line service providers or recent graduates of relevant programs with a specialization in mental health intervention. Along with studying theoretical and practical course content in family dynamics, community mental health and crisis intervention, you will be introduced to practical applications of the latest research and develop an understanding of risk, protective factors as well as early intervention applications. This training will prepare you to provide expertise to individuals and families in need of support. During your second semester, the unique ‘Community Outreach’ course challenges your abilities to innovate new practices in the field. You will be placed on a team with fellow students where you will develop original modules based on best practices in mental health detection, prevention and outreach thereby contributing to the expansion of mental health knowledge and practices to the broader community.
- Front line service providers
- Public safety and corrections officers
- Emergency response and health practitioners
- Community and social service workers
- Minimum Level of Education Required: 2-Year Undergraduate Diploma
- Min GPA: 65.0%
- Min IELTS overall: 6.5 (Min Reading: 6.0, Min Writing: 6.0, Min Listening: 6.0, Min Speaking: 6.0)
- A recognized degree or postsecondary diploma from an accredited institution in community studies, health and public safety and/or a related program.
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INR 5950.00 *
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