(If you have previously completed DMCCD – Mental Health Issues, Rehabilitation and RTW within the last three years, you can receive an Exemption for this course upon presentation of an original transcript.)
This course begins with an exploration of some of the foundations of mental health including the delineation of mental health versus mental illness. The concerning prevalence of mental health globally is examined. Course activities will then focus more specifically on the integral role of the individual responsible for disability management in guiding the recovering worker. A three-stage model of helping is introduced. Ethical considerations in executing a helping role are addressed. Consideration of the role of the mentally healthy workplace environment as an overarching concept will be integrated into the activities of the course and will continue to be addressed in other modules.
This course has been endorsed for 12 continuing education credit hours for CDMPs and CRTWCs.