Neuroscience for Mental Health Professionals

GMS MH 709

The general objective of this course is to provide a foundation in the understanding of central nervous system structure and function and the relationship of brain and behavior tailored to the clinical mental health counseling professional. Special emphasis is on the neurobiology of mental illness and neurologic disease. The course is divided into two parts: Part I covers primarily the organization, structure and function of the nervous system, and Part II covers primarily the neurobiology of mental illness, normal aging, and age-related disease. Instructors have earned degrees in a medical field and are designated prescribers. 3 cr, Yr. 1, Spring sem.

SPRG 2022 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Navalta INS 303 T 1:00 pm-3:50 pm MED Campus

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