Free Course – The Social Context of Mental Health and Illness by University of Toronto: Enrol Now!
About the Course
Learn how social factors promote mental health, influence the onset and course of mental illness, and affect how mental illnesses are diagnosed and treated.
This course explores how our understanding of mental health and illness has been influenced by social attitudes and social developments in North America and around the world. The course begins by situating our contemporary mental health practices in historical context, then looks at different aspects of mental health, mental illness and mental health services and their connections to what’s going on in our social environment.
About the University
Established in 1827, the University of Toronto is one of the world’s leading universities, renowned for its excellence in teaching, research, innovation and entrepreneurship, as well as its impact on economic prosperity and social well-being around the globe.
What you will learn from this course?
- Welcome and A Brief History of Madness
- What is mental health and what causes mental illness?
- The social context of diagnosis and treatment of mental illnesses
- Culture, mental health and mental illness
- Families, caregiving and mental illness
- society, communities and mental health
- Charmaine Williams
- Associate Professor
- Faculty of Social Work
Course on The Social Context of Mental Health and Illness
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