The aim of this program is to provide students with the knowledge and understanding of psychosocial rehabilitation principles and practices and how they are implemented in a range of mental health services based on best practices and mental health reform in Ontario.
The program is divided into five courses plus a field experience. All courses, with the exception of the field experience, are offered in the evening.
The program will be of particular benefit to practitioners currently working or interested in working with individuals experiencing functional difficulties as a result of a serious mental illness.
If more convenient for your agency or organization, Humber is pleased to deliver this program on site if there are 20 or more who would like to take courses. A group information session can be arranged with a program representative to answer any questions you may have.
The certificate in Psychosocial Rehabilitation in Mental Health is sponsored by Humber's School of Social & Community Services and is affiliated with the International Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services - Canada, Ontario Chapter.
"As I navigated my way through the Psychosocial Rehabilitation Certificate program, I began to see a whole new way of working unfold. Recovery based, person centred; as a staff in the mental health field I do not need to know all the answers."
Refer to the individual course listings for information on the following courses. Click on course title below to view details and link to registration page.
Compulsory Courses - 6 Required
PSRC 100 Principles and Practices of Psychosocial Rehabilitation 1 is a prerequisite for all other courses in the Certificate in Psychosocial Rehabilitation in Mental Health program 01051.
PSRC 100, PSRC 112, PSRC 102, PSRC 103 and PSRC 104 must be completed before PSRC 105.