Make a difference in young people's lives with a child mental health master's
This master’s qualification in child mental health will significantly enhance your employability as a child and adolescent mental health expert in a wide range of settings including health and social care and education-related industries.
You’ll expand your knowledge of mental wellbeing issues affecting children and develop a range of practical and in-demand skills in child mental health.
You’ll cover topics such as children’s psychological development, child mental health conditions, research methodology, and the impact of family, societal, and cultural influences on a child’s mental wellbeing.
Combine knowledge related to child and adolescent mental wellbeing, including cultural and social issues.
Critically evaluate complex needs in children and young people’s mental health and examine the complex needs of the family.
Critically evaluate and analyse children’s typical psychological development and how it can affect mental wellbeing in children and young people.
Critically evaluate cultural, social and family issues which can influence child mental wellbeing with a focus on a national and international perspective
Present a comprehensive analysis of child and adolescent mental health conditions
Critically evaluate the application of knowledge, reasoning skills, reflection, and research into children’s mental wellbeing within an ethical and legal framework
Demonstrate a critical understanding of alternative ontological, epistemological and methodological perspectives
Identify and critically evaluate relevant concepts, models and principals that’s inform and illustrate the area of inquiry