About this program
This program is not available to International students.
This program equips you to work in a changing social policy and practice environment for the provision of services for people with mental illness and psychiatric disability in Australia and overseas. The program provides an innovative program to capture emerging community needs in multidisciplinary and collaborative professional roles within the mental health workforce to deliver mental health services in a diversity of settings. This program offers community and recovery based courses through off-campus study and is targeted at a range of workers in the mental health arena including nursing and allied health professionals as well as other mental health workers such as disability workers, housing officers, police liaison officers and other mental health support roles. The Graduate Certificate in Mental Health Practice is available as both an entry and exit point.
This program belongs to a suite of postgraduate programs.
|Program code||Program title||Campus||Semester intake|
|3232||Graduate Certificate in Mental Health Practice (this program)||Logan||Semester 1 only|
|5475||Master of Mental Health Practice||Logan, External||No Intake|
|5509||Master of Mental Health Practice (Honours )||Logan, Other||No|
Note: Progression through this postgraduate suite is dependent upon admission requirements.