Mental Health and Work - Recovery

Course Code:
HEAL78524

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Students explore and discuss the evolution of recovery in mental health and the emerging beliefs and values that promote and support recovery. Using the language of recovery, students develop their own personal narrative as it relates to their mental health and learn the techniques and skills to support others, while developing and creating their own narrative with mental health.

Through peer based principles and methods, communication skills, and understanding of the recovery philosophy, students explore the strengths-based approach guided by the recovery philosophy: 'that people can and do get better'.

This course is offered in partnership with the Canadian Mental Health Association's Workforce Mental Health Collaborative.

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- Online (Sheridan) Jan 16, 2018 - $200.00

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