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How To Support Young People Living with Parental Mental Illness

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mental diseases

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6.65%

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8.72%

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Overview

This course provides students with the opportunity to learn about parental mental illness and its impact on children. It starts by teaching students about how this problem affects development and how to deliver support. Next, the course learns about attitudes towards mental health and mental illness in society. It also explores how these attitudes may influence children’s development. Finally, the course learns about the global impact of this problem and how UCL’s time-and-life program UCL School of Languages and Literatures has helped parents with mental illness attend UCL courses.

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Supporting children living with parental mental illness to build their own coping strategies and resilience

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Understanding the impact of parental mental illness

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Identifying children who have a parent with a mental illness and understanding their specific needs

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Students appreciate the relevance of the OurTime ADHD Course to educators and its focus on supporting young people with ADHD. They find the course comprehensive and excellent for providing advice on being an effective support system. The inclusion of case studies and examples of how lives have changed is also appreciated.

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