|Number of units: 8||Total credit points: 48|
The Graduate Diploma of Traumatic Stress Management comprises 5 core units (30 credit points) that must be completed by all students.
Students can then choose 3 units (18 credit points) from a list of elective units which provide different evidence based contextual information which will inform the management and evaluation skills and techniques encompassed within the core units of study.
|Students must complete the following compulsory units:|
|PSYC20046||Physiology and Psychology of Stress and Trauma|
|PSYC20048||Animal Assisted Interaction for Stress and Trauma Management|
|PSYC20047||Counselling for Stress and Trauma Management|
|PSYC20049||Managing Workplace Mental Health|
|PSYC20043||Coaching Individuals for Positive Change|
|Number of units: 3||Total credit points: 18|
Students must complete any 3 of the below units to satisfy the requirements for the Graduate Diploma qualification.
|Students may choose to do any of the following:|
|PSYC20041||Group Facilitation Skills|
|PSYC20042||Building Wellbeing and Resilience: Interconnected Factors|
|PSYC20040||Wellbeing Initiatives: Local and Global Scales|
|PSYC20036||Applied Positive Psychology|
|PSYC20037||Introduction to Positive Psychology: Perspectives on Wellbeing|
|DSMG20004||Building Adaptive Capacity|
|SAFE20017||Human Factors in Complex Systems|
|HHSM20004||Organisational Culture in Health Care Settings|
|HHSM20003||Using Health Data: Recognising Risk to Initiate Change|
|DSMG20001||Leadership in Emergency and Disaster Management|