Gain the relevant knowledge and skills to effectively work with infants, children or adolescents with complicated psychiatric disorders.
Our interactive online courses focus on the developmental process, psychiatric disorders and associated behaviours, risk factors and triggers, the identification of behaviours and symptoms, family relationships, and intervention and prevention strategies.
This online certificate is designed for busy professionals and parents who are currently working with infant, child and adolescent populations with potential mental health challenges. Professionals who may benefit from this certificate include:
Text books are required for this certificate program. Please consult firstname.lastname@example.org for a list of course books.
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|CMH 100: Psychiatric Disorders Common to the Infant, Child and Adolescent Population|
|CMH 101: Cognitive Development, Trauma and Loss - Children's Health Focus|
|CMH 102: Prevention and Intervention Strategies - Children's Mental Health|
|CMH 103: Risk Factors of Common Psychiatric Disorders in the Infant, Child and Adolescent Population|
|CMH 104: Family Relationships and their Impact on Psychiatric Disorders|
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