Mental Health & Wellbeing at Canterbury Christ Church University - UCAS

Course summary

The BSc in Mental Health and Wellbeing gives you the experience and competencies necessary to recognise, comprehend and innovatively address the diverse elements that effect mental health and overall wellbeing. The course will examine and explore the biological, psychological, social, cultural and environmental factors that influence mental health and wellbeing across the life course. It gives you the opportunity to study mental health and wellbeing in a non-clinical capacity. You will also explore the range of services available across the public, private and third sectors that are focused on enhancing, preserving and advocating for mental health and wellbeing. An employability focus is embedded within each year of the course with our work-related experience modules. The course is structured to support you with a developed knowledge and understanding of mental health, underpinned by ethical principles, to ultimately enable you to make positive impacts on the lives of individuals and their communities.

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South Thames Colleges Group (Kingston College)
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  • Year 1

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Mental Health & Wellbeing at Canterbury Christ Church University - UCAS