Mental Health Training

Mental Health programs provide an opportunity for students to conduct research regarding the nature and effectiveness of mental health regulations and services designed to assist individuals with mental health conditions. Students attempt to discover and disseminate information that could help improve the lives of these individuals, their families, and their communities. Students often have the option of specializing in areas such as development of mental health in low-income and post-conflict communities or the development of services in multicultural communities.

This research is conducted in a collaborative environment, one that utilizes the skills and knowledge of sociologists, rehabilitation professionals, psychologists, and statisticians. Students strive to better understand the occurrence, causes, and consequences of mental health diseases and disorders. They attempt to improve the overall health of the population, while also preventing and controlling the smaller number of more serious disorders. They may study mental health policy, mental health law, psychosocial rehabilitation, or methods services research.

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