Why postgraduate training in Mental Health in adults? The current concept of health, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), is centered not only on the absence of physical health, but on a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, so often compromised in adulthood.
To speak of mental health is, therefore, to give meaning to common expressions such as "there is no health without mental health", or "healthy mind in healthy body". In other words, it encompasses numerous personal / socio-emotional skills such as adapting to changes / changes in life, solving losses / crises, critical sense of oneself and reality, establishing satisfactory emotional bonds with others, creativity, existence of projects and a meaning for life.
Several individual and contextual reasons can contribute to the decrease in the quality of mental health. However, it can be promoted, since it is not static and changes over time. In order to design interventions in this area, it is essential to identify and recognize the signs of disturbances and associated problems. In order to better prepare professionals in this sense, this Post-Graduation program offers a set of knowledge and skills based on the practical experience of specialists in various topics organized according to the DSM-5 - Diagnostic and Statistics Manual for Mental Disorders of the American Psychiatric Association .
- Outstanding program in the market that offers essential skills to acquire general and specific concepts on Mental Health in adults;
- Distinguished Faculty with recognized experience in the Psychology Market;
- Program oriented towards theoretical conceptualization in line with practical application;
- Innovative format of great versatility (at a distance).
Make available to Psychologists, Health Professionals (doctors, nurses, etc.), Education Professionals (Teachers, Educators, Trainers, etc.), and other Professionals, the knowledge and skills related to general and specific concepts on Mental Health in Adults, which allow optimize your functions within your professional context.
This training proposal is accessible to both Licensed and unlicensed.
The preferred target audience are:
- Graduates looking to increase their knowledge during their academic process;
- Psychologists within the scope of their professional functions;
- Health professionals seeking to increase their knowledge on this topic;
- Education professionals looking to increase their knowledge on this subject;
- Other professionals and interested parties seeking to increase their knowledge on this subject.
Module 1 - General Component
- Mental health
- General Psychopathology
- Interview Techniques and Clinical History I
- Interview Techniques and Clinical History II
Module 2 - Specific Component
- General Neuropsychology
- Autism Spectrum Disorders in adulthood
- Specific Learning Disorders in Adulthood
- Hyperactivity Disorder and Attention Deficit in adulthood
- Anxiety Disorders
- Depressive Disorders
- Depressive and Anxiety Disorders - Case Studies
- Bipolar Disorders
- Bipolar Disorders - Case Studies
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder - Case Studies
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Posttraumatic Stress Disorder - Case Studies
- Schizophrenia and Psychotic Disorders
- Schizophrenia and Psychotic Disorders - Case Studies
- Personality Disorders I
- Personality Disorders II
- Personality Disorders - Case Studies
- Neurocognitive Disorders and Dementia I
- Neurocognitive Disorders and Dementia II
- Neurocognitive Disorders and Dementia - Case Studies
- Eating Behavior Disorders
- Eating Behavior Disorders - Case Studies
- Suicide and Self-Harmful Behaviors
- Somatic Disorders
- Addictive Disorders and Substance Dependencies
- Additive Disorders and Substance-Free Dependencies
- Addictive Disorders and Dependencies - Case Studies
- Disorders in Sexology
- Disturbances in Sexology II
- Disorders in Sexology - Case Studies
- Differential Diagnostic Models
- Differential Diagnostic Models II
- Promotion of Mental Health and Quality of Life in Different Contexts I
- Promotion of Mental Health and Quality of Life in Different Contexts II