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Introduction to Psychopathology - Mental Retardation

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Introduction to Psychopathology - Mental Retardation
Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz
Language: English | VTT | Size: 880 MB | Duration: 1 hours

What you'll learn
General information on Mental Retardation
The clinical picture of mental retardation
Reasons for mental retardation
Diagnosis of mental retardation
Mild mental retardation
Moderate mental retardation
Severe mental retardation
Profound mental retardation
Other mental retardation
Unspecified mental retardation
Treatment and interventions concerning mild mental retardation
Discriminative analysis of intellectual functions and psychopathological approach in mental retardation
Basic knowledge of psychology
Hello and welcome to our Online Certification Course on Introduction to Psychopathology and Mental Retardation. The course consists of 11 topics in which we will examine in detail the problem related to mental retardation. The topic of mental retardation is important for society and the individual. Knowledge of the problem and methods of interaction and work is crucial for any person and specialist who has contact with people in a similar state. We hope that our online training will bring some light to the issues and enrich your knowledge and experience. Thank you for your interest!
Who this course is for:
Social Workers
Medical Practitioners
Anyone Interested In Psychopathology and Mental Retardation

Introduction to Psychopathology - Mental Retardation

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