Statement of achievement

  • In the Abnormal Psychology course you will learn to identify the categories of psychological disorders and their causes and how they can affect a person’s behaviour.

  • The Adolescent Psychology course considers the changes that occur in adolescents at this particular stage of their development.

     

  • This course builds on Biopsychology I, with further exploration of research into brain processes such as memory, and the effects of brain damage and other factors on those processes.  Those working or studying in the areas of counselling, psychology or health will benefit from the deeper understanding of the relationship between our physiological condition and our mental condition and behaviour that this course provides

  • Mind over body is not always possible. The body also influences the mind and much of what we consider basic human behaviour.  Learn to describe ways in which human psychology and human physiology influence each other and our behaviour.

  • The Child and Adolescent Mental Health course is an excellent introduction into the nature and scope of mental health issues amongst our children and adolescents.

  • If you work with children in a support, education or health industry role; the Child Psychology course will help you to understand the stages of psychological development for a child.

  • The Criminal Psychology gives an in-depth insight into why people commit the crimes they do and how psychological treatment can impact the level of criminal activities occurring.

  • The Developmental Psychology course was developed to assist teachers, health care workers and support personnel who provide counselling and support for children as they grow and develop into adulthood.

  • Developmental Disorders are conditions that develop in childhood which can cause a serious impairment in specific areas of the child’s development - emotional, psychological, or intellectual.

  • Developmental Disorders are conditions that develop in childhood which can cause a serious impairment in specific areas of the child’s development - emotional, psychological, or intellectual.

  • A lot of contemporary research has built on theories developed many years ago.

  • Industrial Psychology was created to provide skills for managers and business owners to be able to understand the many personalities that work in your workplace and how this can relate to motivation, differing temperaments, work ethic and productivity.

  • The Introduction to Psychology course is an exciting introduction into the world of psychology where you have the chance to understand why certain characteristics have an influence on a person’s behaviour and how this can be used to motivate them in a work environment or personal context.

  • The Introduction to Sports Psychology course provides an interesting insight into the psychological traits found in successful athletes. 

  • The Managing Mental Health in Adults course will allow you to understand the signs, symptoms and possible treatments of adult mental health problems.

  • Our behaviour, personality and thought processes are affected by neurobiological processes and can be altered by any damage to our nervous system. Study Neuropsychology to gain an understanding of how psychology in a person can be affected by their own anatomical and psychological characteristics.

  • Psychology and Counselling is a broad-based introductory course for students who would like to learn more about what causes people to feel stressed or anxious and also why, in some cases people will develop a psychological disorder.

     

  • Discover what the effects are of legal, illegal and prescribed drugs on the mind, body and behaviour.

  • To be able to identify the social needs of a person means you are able to assist them in the appropriate interaction with others.