January 5, 2007

Classes

EPsy 8800: Mental Health Service Delivery for Youth
Spring Semester, Thursday, 1:25 – 4:15, 3 credits, 303 Elliott Hall
Instructor: Dr. Sandra Christenson

This seminar provides a broad overview of mental health service delivery for children and youth. The seminar is intended to be multidisciplinary in nature, emphasizing mental health service delivery rather than school-based mental health. Consequently, a primary purpose of the seminar is to provide an opportunity to educate future mental health service providers about critical issues and strategies unique to the disciplinary course of study of theirs as well as those of others. Class topics include: defining mental health, defining mental health services, clarifying who provides and receives mental health services, mental health legislation and policy (historic/landmark and recent mental health legislation, screening (Identifying at risk youth), prevention, assessment/evaluation, examining mental health interventions (e.g., non-medication interventions/treatment , psychopharmacological interventions) and others. The seminar is designed to include students from varied departments and working toward different degrees (school psychology, counseling, child clinical, family social science, public health, nursing, social work).

Class No. 68825
For more information you can call Deb Lavoie at 624-4156 or email her at lavoi003@umn.edu

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Another 1 Credit option for CSPP Students:

IS THE WORKPLACE SAFE?
PUBH 6122 Seminar: Safety in the Workplace

PLEASE JOIN US! Spring Semester, 2007
1 credit No pre-requisites -- just interested participants!
Faculty: Susan Goodwin Gerberich, Ph.D., M.S.P.H. and guest faculty
Time: Wednesdays, 12:20-2:15 pm (every other week, as follows:01/24; 02/07; 02/21; 03/07; 03/21; 04/04; 04/18; 05/02)
Location: Mayo Memorial Building - D-199

Course Description: The seminar format enables students to understand the realm of and potential risk factors for occupational safety problems, and to identify potential strategies for prevention and control.

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Posted by lind0449 at January 5, 2007 8:57 AM