The Mental Health Practice program offered at University of New England course is designed to equip graduates from a variety of backgrounds with an ethically sound, specialised knowledge and understanding of the theory and principles of mental health practice.
The Master of Mental Health Practice is underpinned by the bio-psychosocial model of mental health and is designed to produce competent, self-reflexive, multi-disciplinary health and human service professionals to support people experiencing mental health problems and their families, at an advanced level.
The Master of Mental Health Practice aims to provide students with the opportunity to systematically develop knowledge about contemporary mental health practice and meet the National practice standards for the mental health workforce. Further, it requires students to contribute to the development of knowledge and change in practice through the conduct of a project related to mental health practice.
Graduates will be able to practice with an advanced level of knowledge in a range of generalist and specialist mental health settings.
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You can choose to do this programme part-time or full-time.Full-time
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