Mental health is an important and inseparable part of health. Therefore, mental health must be a priority even in developing countries. Public awareness should be raised to advocate the availability of better mental health services for communities.
Course Leader: Sherly Saragih Turnip, S.Psi., M.Phil., Ph.D., Psikolog
Course Date:12 – 25 January, 2020, Faculty of Psychology, UI.
- USD 555 for courses lasting in 44 contact hours and social programs
- Scholarships for accomodation are available
- Etiology and epidemiology of mental illness/health
- Services for people with mental health and psychosocial disabilities.
- Forensic mental health.
Who can join:
- Undergraduate and postgraduate students interested in psychology and related subjects
What you get:
- Opportunities to directly visit and interact with communities in diverse settings in Indonesia.
- Relate to mental health cases in Indonesia and their support system.
For enquiries on how to apply, contact: