日本語

Course Code etc
Academic Year 2023
College College of Community and Human Services
Course Code IB385
Theme・Subtitle リカバリー志向の精神科リハビリテーション
ー精神障がいをもつ人ももたない人も共に生きるための支援とアプローチ
Class Format Face to face (all classes are face-to-face)
Campus Niiza
Semester Spring Semester
DayPeriod・Room Fri.5・N228
Credit 2
Course Number CMB3120
Language Japanese
Notes 2020年度以前入学者対象
Text Code IB385

【Course Objectives】

(1) We can explain the concept of “recovery” that is necessary for those who want to become social workers (Psychiatric Social Workers and National Certified Social Workers), and citizens supporting the lives of those with mental disabilities.
(2) We will learn recovery-oriented support methods for people with mental disabilities and their families, acquiring knowledge and basic skills needed to create a society where we can live together.
(3) Understanding the Psychiatric Social Workers' perspectives, and the foundational theories and various support methods in the rehabilitation of people with mental disabilities, acquiring practical knowledge to participate and collaborate in the formation of welfare communities.
The above aims are related to the integrated acquisition of knowledge and skills for understanding the necessary methods and techniques of assistance for social workers (Psychiatric Social Workers and National Certified Social Workers), who are specialized interpersonal support workers.

【Course Contents】

Psychiatric rehabilitation is support for people with mental disorders and for their families to have hope and be able to live. In this class, lectures will be given on practical cases of recovery-oriented specialized support, and the role of professionals, with underlying theories, approaches and thinking. We will give time to think about work experience, and questions as much as possible so that classes are interactive. In questions to the tutor, a presentation will be made with respect to student ideas and feelings. The tutor will explain after we learn from the ideas of other students. We will ask students to share independently, “what do you think?” What is necessary to create a society where people with and without mental disorders live together, thinking from the standpoint of professionals, citizens and society.

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