Psychosocial Rehabilitation

Psychosocial Rehabilitation

Program Code

Program requirements

  • 5 Mandatory Courses
  • 1 Optional Course

Program Description

Psychosocial Rehabilitation is an approach to service delivery that supports the recovery of people with prolonged mental illness. The program attracts people with experience in the field of mental health services. Students develop an understanding of the foundations of mental health rehabilitation, as well as the knowledge and skills related to integrating Psychosocial Rehabilitation approach within practice and programs. The program also provides knowledge and skills to frontline staff and service users of mental health agencies.

Successful completion of the program may assist to prepare students for Certification as a CPRP (Certified Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner) through the United States Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association

Program course requirements
Course Title Course Code Equivalents Mandatory
Abnormal Psychology (ODE) GNED1067  
Addictions/Mental Health (ODE) PSYL1020  
Behav Mgmt/Intervention (ODE) PSYL1019  
Crisis Intervention (ODE) PSYL1018  
Current Trend:Mental Hlth(ODE) PSYL1015   Mandatory
Developmental Psychology (ODE) PSYL1010  
Intro to Mental Health (ODE) PSYL1016  
Mental Health Services (ODE) PSYL1012   Mandatory
Mental Hlth Practitioners(ODE) PSYL1014   Mandatory
Psychiatric Rehab Process(ODE) PSYL1013   Mandatory
Psychosocial Rehab Found.(ODE) PSYL1011   Mandatory

Additional Info

Please note that PSYL 1011 Psychosocial Rehabilitation Foundations is a prerequisite to all other mandatory courses in the program.