Roughly 80% of the children in care have some mental health issues. Unfortunately, mental and behavioral health care is the largest unmet health need of these children. This class explores common mental health issues for children entering care, how disorders are diagnosed and treated, and how parents can work with professionals to support their children's mental health needs.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
know how to identify qualified mental health professionals
understand how mental health professionals make diagnoses
describe externalizing and internalizing behaviors
understand how to use behavioral strategies to respond to children's behaviors
know the different types of therapies
know what questions to ask mental health professionals about psychotropic medications
2 credit hours, $10.00 per person.
This class explores mental health issues for children entering care, including:
externalizing and internalizing behaviors
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I have a child who takes psychotropic medication, and this course gave me more insight on how to deal and address my child's needs.