Work is the refuge of people who have nothing better to do. : Oscar Wilde

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

The Social Context of Mental Health and Illness

Free and on-line from coursera, by a senior Canadian university instructor and researcher. Thus, likely to be of value to career developers, given that we inevitably work with difficulties relating to mental health.

"Learn how social factors promote mental health, influence the onset and course of mental illness, and affect how mental illnesses are diagnosed and treated."

Led by Professor Charmaine Williams: The Social Context of Mental Health and Wellness.

10 comments:

Ken Walker said...

Still the best Career Developer Blog. Thanks for sharing, Bill!

Ken Walker said...

Still the best Career Developer Blog. Thanks for sharing, Bill!

Ken Walker said...

Still the best Career Developer Blog. Thanks for sharing, Bill!

Ken Walker said...

Still the best Career Developer Blog. Thanks for sharing, Bill!

Ken Walker said...

Still the best Career Developer Blog. Thanks for sharing, Bill!

Ken Walker said...

Still the best Career Developer Blog. Thanks for sharing, Bill!

Ken Walker said...

Still the best Career Developer Blog. Thanks for sharing, Bill!

Ken Walker said...
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Ken Walker said...

Still the best Career Developer Blog. Thanks for sharing, Bill!

Bill Bell said...

Whoa! Thanks very much, Ken!