Supportive Strategies and Interventions for students with challenging behaviour (6 ECTS)
- Act independently to learn about behaviours that may be considered challenging and the role and function of the multidisciplinary / agency team in assessing and supporting those who challenge.
- Act independently to research the various strategies (non-therapeutic) that can be implemented with students exhibiting challenging behaviour.
- Integrate knowledge from various sources and outline a range of specific assessment tools/methods and therapeutic interventions, including family therapy, behavioural therapy, cognitive therapy and other complementary therapies that can be used for students exhibiting challenging behaviour.
- Act independently to learn about the associations and differences between challenging behaviour and mental ill-health.
Mode of Teaching:
Lectures/ synchronous/ asynchronous
Mode of Assessment:
75% [2K] assignment/25% individual presentation
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