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Psychiatric Rehabilitation Techniques

PROGRAMME TYPE

PLACE OF TEACHING

Laurea (First cycle degree/Bachelor - 180 ECTS)
Duration: 3 years

Brescia

LANGUAGE

ADMISSION TYPOLOGY

Italian Restricted access

DEGREE PROGRAMME CLASS

STRUCTURE

L/SNT2 - Class Of First Degrees In Healthcare Rehabilitation Professions Department of Clinical and Experimental Sciences

DEGREE PROGRAMME DIRECTOR

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Antonio Vita Study Programme Sheet
Why study Psychiatric Rehabilitation Techniques at the University of Brescia?
  • Students can learn and understand the main disorders related to the area of psychiatry and psychiatric rehabilitation.

  • The Bachelor’s Degree Programme in Psychiatric Rehabilitation Techniques provides a sound basic background for planning, managing and assessing psychiatric rehabilitation interventions, such as psycho-educational interventions, cognitive behavioural interventions, interventions focused on basic social skills, and "expressive" interventions, carried out individually, in groups, or with family members of users.

  • It provides a valid in-depth look at general, social and clinical psychology, as well as at the so-called "border areas" of psychiatry, such as child neuropsychiatry, addiction related disorders, nutrition disorders and psychogeriatrics.

  • The educational background of students is enhanced and complemented through placement in yearly professionalising internships in psychiatric rehabilitation facilities (rehabilitation communities, day-care centres, mental health centres, etc.).

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Technicians carry out their professional activity at public and private health service facilities, including the following:

  • mental health centres,
  • day-care centres,
  • residential rehabilitation communities,
  • psychiatric diagnosis and care services,
  • psychiatric hospitals,
  • addiction services,
  • centres for nutritional behaviour disorders,
  • neuropsychiatric services for children and adolescents,
  • geriatric care and rehabilitation services,
  • reception centres for minors,
  • reception centres for families.
CONTINUING STUDIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF BRESCIA: