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Psychiatry

Psychiatry. Encouraging a healthier community.

The Discipline of psychiatry is a Sydney Medical School specialty that coordinates the teaching of psychiatry across six clinical schools and several major teaching hospitals in Sydney and New South Wales. Psychiatry is the medical specialty devoted to the study, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental disorders. These include various affective, behavioural, cognitive and perceptual abnormalities. Learn psychiatry the smart way with psychiatry courses at CCE, the University of Sydney.

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Understanding and Treating Hoarding Disorder Course

Psychiatry. Encouraging a healthier community. Developed and delivered by the Discipline of Psychiatry at Sydney Medical School, the University of Sydney. Psychoeducation courses promote health and well-being, and are open to everyone. This introductory training course in Sydney is open to anyone who wants to understand hoarding disorder and learn how this disorder can be treated. It is also recommended for healthcare practitioners who provide service to patients with symptoms of... [More]
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Understanding and Treating Hoarding Disorder Course

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Managing Depression in Primary Care Course

Psychiatry. Encouraging a healthier community. Developed and delivered by the Discipline of Psychiatry at Sydney Medical School, the University of Sydney, and open to all health professionals for continuing professional development. Aims This one-day training course on depression management is designed for health professionals in primary care to improve their skills in using psychological approaches and medications to treat patients with depression. Depression in primary care... [More]
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Managing Depression in Primary Care Course

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Internet and Mobile Phone Addiction Course: Psychopathology and Digital Technology

Psychiatry. Encouraging a healthier community. The Internet and related technologies have reconfigured every aspect of life, and mental health has not been immune to these changes. While the digital revolution has improved the lives of many by facilitating communication and allowing quick access to information, the same factors have contributed to the negative consequences of our interaction with digital technology. These include excessive use of the Internet (“Internet addiction”)... [More]
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Internet and Mobile Phone Addiction Course: Psychopathology and Digital Technology

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DSM-5 Course: Common Mental Disorders

Psychiatry. Encouraging a healthier community. Developed and delivered by the Discipline of Psychiatry at Sydney Medical School, the University of Sydney, and open to all health professionals for continuing professional development. This DSM-5 training course in Sydney is designed for psychiatrists, clinical psychologists and other mental health professionals who are interested in psychopathology and diagnostic issues and wish to learn how the new edition of the Diagnostic and... [More]
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Interpersonal Psychotherapy Course: Level A

Psychiatry. Encouraging a healthier community. Developed and delivered by the Discipline of Psychiatry at Sydney Medical School, the University of Sydney, and open to all health professionals for continuing professional development. This introductory Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) training course is open to any health care practitioners with an interest in psychotherapy or counselling, and strongly recommended for all mental health clinicians as well as those in primary care... [More]
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