Mental Health in Learning Disabilities

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Focuses on intellectual and other neurodevelopmental disorders in adults, including Autism Spectrum Conditions and ADHD. Aims to provide graduates with the knowledge and skills needed for research and clinical work in this or an allied area of mental health research/clinical work. Lectures delivered by expert clinicians and international academics.

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Focuses on intellectual and other neurodevelopmental disorders in adults, including Autism Spectrum Conditions and ADHD. Aims to provide graduates with the knowledge and skills needed for research and clinical work in this or an allied area of mental health research/clinical work. Lectures delivered by expert clinicians and international academics.

Watch the video here, or access the 'interactive' tab to view at a larger size and see any alternative films playOverviewVideo('/prospectus/images/home.jpg','http://podcast.ulcc.ac.uk/accounts/kings/KCL_Marketing/Psychiatry_21Dec.flv','true','details_105'); KEY BENEFITS

  • Aims to provide graduates with the knowledge and skills needed for research and clinical work in mental health
  • MSc run by one of Europe’s largest research groups focusing on the development of prosocial and antisocial behaviours across the lifespan
  • Excellent links with clinical services - students have informal attachments in local clinics

PURPOSEThis MSc is ideal for students who want to progress to a career in mental health as clinicians and/or researchers. Typically students will have a good first degree in psychology or neuroscience and some relevant work experience, whether paid or voluntary.

DESCRIPTION

Focuses on intellectual and other developmental disabilities, such as autism spectrum conditions and ADHD, in adults. Aims to provide the knowledge and skills needed for research and clinical work in this or an allied mental health field. Also aims to develop and enhance the analytical skills required for service development.



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