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CODE SWP3156

 
TITLE Mental Health for Social Work 2

 
LEVEL 03 - Years 2, 3, 4 in Modular Undergraduate Course

 
ECTS CREDITS 2

 
DEPARTMENT Social Policy and Social Work

 
DESCRIPTION The study unit is aimed that in continuation with Mental Heath for Social Work I (SWP2156), the student will have knowledge of the various aspects of mental illness, on its aetiology and on the various treatment options for such conditions. The multidisciplinary approach to mental illness is emphasized throughout the whole module.

The disorders that will be included in this study unit are Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders, Psychotic Disorders, Cognitive Disorders, Developmental Disorders, and Organic Brain Syndromes.

The study unit will conclude on lectures on practical aspects of the role of a social worker in the treatment of mental illness, with particular emphasis on the Mental Health Act.

Suggested Textbook

Allloy, Riskind, Manos. Abnormal Psychology. Current Perspectives. 9th Edition. McGraw Hill. 2005

 
STUDY-UNIT TYPE Lecture

 
METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
Assessment Component/s Resit Availability Weighting
Examination (1 Hour and 30 Minutes) Yes 100%

 
LECTURER/S Anthony Dimech
Paul Galea (Co-ord.)
Charles Pace
Anna Maria Vella

 
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It should be noted that all the information in the study-unit description above applies to the academic year 2017/8, if study-unit is available during this academic year, and may be subject to change in subsequent years.
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