Introduction to Child Mental Health

مقدمة في الصحة النفسية للطفل

This module will provide an overview of child mental health, setting the stage for a multi-module program. The course begins with a description of historical perspectives on childhood; the role of nature vs. nurture on child development; the etiology and trajectory of psycho-pathology and the child in the family and community. The module adopts a strength-based model with a focus on the capabilities and resilience of children. Finally, it covers the basic ethical principles in working with children and the professional opportunities the field of child mental health provides.

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Q&A with Faculty

Zoom link for all Q&A sessions: https://partners.zoom.us/j/84369283114

Q&A Dates Faculty

October 13th

3:00 PM

Myron Belfer, MD, MPA & Lamis S. Solaim, PhD  

4:00 PM

Ed K.S. Wang, MS, PsyD 

October 20th

3:00 PM

Ed K.S. Wang, MS, PsyD   

4:00 PM

Lamis S. Solaim, PhD

October 27th

5:00 PM

Ed K.S. Wang, MS, PsyD   

6:00 PM

Gordon Harper, MD      

November 3rd

3:00 PM

Ed K.S. Wang, MS, PsyD   

4:00 PM

Anne Fishel, PhD

November 10th

4:00 PM

Anne Fishel, PhD

5:00 PM

Anne Fishel, PhD

November 17th

4:00 PM

Anne Fishel, PhD

5:00 PM

David Rubin, MD   

December 1st

4:00 PM

Gene Beresin, MD

5:00 PM

David Rubin, MD   

December 6th

3:00 PM

Gene Beresin, MD & Lamise S. Solaim, PhD    

December 8th

5:00 PM

Gagan Joshi, MD


We would like to inform you about the dates and times for the In-person workshop led by teaching faculty visiting from Boston. 


The workshop will be held for 4 days in a row. 

Starting from: 9th - 12th December, 2021.

Time: 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM. 

Location: Alfaisal University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 

 

Please note that it is essential for everyone in the CMH program to be present. 
 


 

Learning Objectives

After this module participants should be able to:

  • Identify stages of psycho-social across the lifespan
  • Identify family-based interventions that promotion connection within a family
  • Demonstrate the use of several interventions aimed at diminishing family conflict
  • Demonstrate an understanding of strength-based approach to child development
  • Gaining a solid understanding of intrinsic and extrinsic expressions of developmental psychopathology
  • Describe a diagnostic overview of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Course summary
Course opens: 
09/01/2021
Course expires: 
12/31/2022
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Introduction to Child Mental Health
 

Child Development & Developmental PsychopathologyIntroduction to Child Mental Health
Myron Belfer, MD, MPA & Lamis S. Solaim, PhD

Child Development & Developmental Psychopathology
Lamis S. Solaim, PhD

Approaches to Child Development: How to see Children & The Key to Helping Them
Gordon Harper, MD

Introduction Thinking in Systems
Anne Fishel, PhD

Family Systems
Anne Fishel, PhD

Developmental Psychopathology I
David Rubin, MD

Developmental Psychopathology II
David Rubin, MD

Autism Spectrum Disorder
Gagan Joshi, MD

Speaker(s)

Anne Fishel, PhD

has no relevant financial relationships to disclose at this time.

Gagan Joshi, MD

has a financial relationship (Other) with Research Support F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd.;.

David Rubin, MD

has no relevant financial relationships to disclose at this time.
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