Courses & Units

Adjustment To Change KHA507

Introduction

This unit explores both current thinking around dealing with life issues of adjustment to change - particularly those changes involving loss, grief and trauma. Death and bereavement will be addressed including dealing with grief as a natural process and with more complex grief. Non-death losses, such as divorce, unemployment, disability, chronic illness, infertility and ageing, are also addressed.

The unit will also look at common trauma responses, post-traumatic stress, large scale trauma, such as natural disasters, and models for effective treatment of trauma.

Summary

Unit name Adjustment To Change
Unit code KHA507
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School Faculty of Health
School of Medicine
Discipline Psychology
Teaching staff Ms Liane Anderson (Coordinator)
Level Postgraduate
Available as student elective? No
Breadth Unit? No

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Teaching

Teaching Pattern

Four 2-day workshops

AssessmentCase study analysis (70%), in-class presentation (30%)
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