This module aims to increase understanding and application of a range of therapeutic psychosocial interventions used in mental health. Through reflection of theory and skills practice, underpinned by lectures, students will further develop their clinical skills in working alongside a person experiencing mental health distress to enable a collaborative and whole person approach when implementing a therapeutic intervention.
Module learning outcomes
By the end of the module, students will be able to:
Describe and demonstrate the central importance of negotiating a therapeutic intervention with a client.
Demonstrate, through skills practice, a comprehensive understanding of a range of therapeutic interventions used with individuals, families and groups.
Apply underpinning theory during skills practice relating to a psychosocial intervention.
Implement a psychosocial therapeutic intervention collaboratively with an individual, family or group.
Describe the influence of the care environment on individuals suffering with mental health distress.