The ultimate objective is to facilitate aspiring and established healthcare and social service professionals to develop the necessary knowledge and skills to become competent clinical practitioners, administrative and／or clinical supervisors in their respective fields of work.
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This course is suitable for medical practitioners and health care professionals who have interest in advancing knowledge in mental health studies, or who wish to equip with special skills in psychiatry. Those with service contacts with people with mental health problems will have a priority.
This programme aims to enhance students' knowledge, skills and competencies in mental health promotion and care. It provides focused studies in areas／topics of contemporary mental health nursing and its related specialised and extended roles and functions.
Master of Social Sciences in Psychology (Schools and Community Settings)／
Unique master’s degree programme in Psychology designed for non-psychology degree holders (especially educators or other community workers, who wish to embark on a path to professional training and career development in psychology) and concentrated on schools and community settings.
This programme seeks to nurture counselling theories in parallel with counselling skills. The programme also equips students with contextualized knowledge to work under a wide variety of settings. The core courses cover basic counselling theories and approaches, skills practice, cultural-sensitive practice, individual and group counselling, psychopathology and family counselling services.