Traditionally, the foundation for clinical and counselling psychology has been the psychopathological personality, which focused on pre-classical psychoanalysis and modern practices to find what goes wrong in the human mind. This course will help you to examine factors that should be included when considering what goes right in the human mind - a study of strengths, virtues, optimism, hope, resiliency and happiness. The course is largely experiential and presents practical ways of using character strengths to promote and maintain wellbeing.
- COU180 or SCS180 and enrolled in Program AR302, AR303, AR301, AR375, AR372, AR374, AR362, AR405
- Semester of offer Subject to change
- Sunshine Coast: Semester 1
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- Band 4A
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- 1.4A: Social Work, Counselling, Welfare Std, Human Welf nec 0905XX
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