Global Mental Health: The Intercultural Perspective

  • Teaching

    Details

    Faculty Faculty of Humanities
    Domain Psychology
    Code UE-L25.00948
    Languages English and/or French
    Type of lesson Colloquium
    Level Master
    Semester SP-2024

    Schedules and rooms

    Summary schedule Thursday , Cours bloc (Spring semester)

    Teaching

    Teachers
    • Tandon Tanya
    Description

    This course comprises of an intercultural perspective of mental health on a global scale to expand our knowledge on universal and equitable mental health care worldwide. Global mental health is a new field of public health research and in this course, we will learn about the research and practices that propose the expansion of mental health care to all populations on the planet, leaving no one behind. We will also talk about culture in this course as it also places an important role in mental health issues as in the field of psychology. To sum up, in this course, we will understand the concept of “global mental health” and address some key road-blocks to global efforts to “improve access to mental health care for people” with mental health issues and we will also talk about the new evidence from “low-resource settings” that is showing that how training the non-specialists/professionals to deliver treatments for mental health can make us achieve the goal of “mental health for all: leaving no one behind.”

    This course will include speakers from different parts of the world that are working in the area of global mental health, and they will share with us about the mental health programs and approaches they use in their countries. By the end of the course, you will be given certain themes to choose to work on. The idea of this colloquium is for you to understand mental health problems faced by the people in different cultural contexts and what are the different practices that are working to improve the access to mental health care for people with mental health problems.

    Comments

    Limite du cours : 40 places. 

    Available seats 40
    Softskills No
    Off field No
    BeNeFri No
    Mobility No
    UniPop No
  • Dates and rooms
    Date Hour Type of lesson Place
    29.02.2024 10:15 - 12:00 Cours RM 02, Room S-0.113
    29.02.2024 13:15 - 15:00 Cours RM 01, Room C-0.101
    14.03.2024 10:15 - 12:00 Cours RM 02, Room S-0.113
    28.03.2024 10:15 - 12:00 Cours RM 02, Room S-0.113
    28.03.2024 13:15 - 15:00 Cours RM 01, Room C-0.101
    25.04.2024 10:15 - 12:00 Cours RM 02, Room S-0.113
    23.05.2024 10:15 - 12:00 Cours RM 02, Room S-0.113
  • Assessments methods

    Travail écrit - SP-2024, Session d'été 2024

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    Travail écrit - SP-2024, Autumn Session 2024

    Assessments methods By rating

    Travail écrit - SA-2024, Session d'hiver 2025

    Assessments methods By rating

    Travail écrit - SP-2025, Session d'été 2025

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  • Assignment
    Valid for the following curricula:
    Psychology 90 [MA]
    Version: SA21_MA_PA_fr_de_bil_v01
    Options > Clinical Neuroscience > Psychopathologie
    Options > Clinical Psychology & Health Psychology > Psychopathologie
    Options > Clinical Child Psychology > Psychopathologie
    Options > Work Psychology & Health Psychology > Psychopathologie

    Psychology 90 [MA]
    Version: SA22_MA_PA_fr_de_bil_v01
    Options > Clinical Psychology & Health Psychology > Psychopathologie
    Options > Work Psychology & Health Psychology > Psychopathologie
    Options > Clinical Neuroscience > Psychopathologie
    Options > Clinical Child Psychology > Psychopathologie