1 Be inspired, be ambitious and be prepared for a successful and high-level career and the journey starts here. Overview Purpose of the course Duration of the course Requirement for Admission Learning Highlights Key Benefits of the course Course Structure Module Description Course Syllabus Assessment & Examination Grades and Credits Faculty Personal Tutor Student Support Start date and fee payment Bank Details Learn more at our webinars Workshops, Seminars, & Conferences Employability and Career After the Masters Course How to apply Application materials Other Courses Contact Overview Start working with schools and colleges as a school psychologist A program that empowers you with the first hand knowledge to work in schools and colleges as a school psychologist or student counselor Cutting edge courseware and contributions from leading academicians and practitioners in the field of school psychology combine to create a rich, interactive and highly stimulating experience for students throughout the programme. During the programme students will thrive in the interactive e-learning environment with the use of multimedia, including subject matter interviews, simulations, report writing and case studies. Page 1
2 Purpose of the course Through successful completion of all components of the programme, students will be able to: Prepare to address the social, emotional, academic, behavioral, and cognitive well-being of children and adolescents within a school setting. This rigorous School Psychology specialization stresses respect for individual differences, collaborative problem solving, and empirically-based interventions. People who choose this specialization are typically pursuing careers as school psychologists, diagnosticians, crisis specialists, or program evaluators in schools, but may also seek employment in other educational settings. Achieve eligibility for professional training at the advanced level Acquire a broad body of knowledge in theories of school psychology Prepare for school psychology practice by acquiring skills Gain practical experience applying knowledge of theory and acquired skills under the supervision of experienced practitioners, both during doing the dissertation and at the time of study Implement research methodologies in order to carry out in-depth, ethical investigation of relevant topics Offers a wide selection of other optional topics, both theory and pragmatic, covering the entire spectrum Duration of the course Two years external, distance learning or online education (24 months) Requirement for Admission / 4 years of formal study A three year graduate degree in psychology or related subjects or two years post graduate degree in psychology or allied subjects. Other appropriately qualified/experienced applicants with a science or social science or arts background will be considered for Integrated Masters Course. To know more about this, contact our student advisors at If English is not your first language, an IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent when you start the course is essential. Learning Highlights Will be acquiring in depth knowledge about school psychology concepts Page 2
3 Will be introduced to school psychology practicing principles Introduction to various fields of school psychology Optional papers to master the required expertise Key Benefits of the course Psychology is a field that bridges the humanities, the social sciences, and the natural sciences. At IHMH, the school psychology master emphasizes the scientific study of behavior while recognizing the role that school psychology can play in a child s life. The curriculum focuses on understanding both normal and atypical behavior. Active learning is emphasized with many opportunities for internships and independent research. Course offerings include child and adolescent growth and development, abnormal psychology, practicing at schools and colleges, educational psychology and many other options. In general, students are stimulated to think critically and communicate ideas clearly so they can understand themselves and others better. Will train the student from the practitioner s point of view. Course Structure Course contains twelve modules Four compulsory modules Six optional modules One pragmatic module One dissertation at the end of the course All the modules will have two months time to complete The dissertation will have two months time to complete and will be done at the end of the course Books and other required resources materials will be sent to the student well before the start of the concerned paper Resource materials and books will be sent either as soft copies through or hard copies through courier, depending up on the guide s instruction and availability A guide will be allotted and he/ she will be supporting the student in completing each paper/ module and the dissertation successfully Dissertation can be done as an empirical data study or a theoretical study. Module Description Page 3
4 Compulsory Modules (four + two) PSY0851 Child & Adolescent Developmental Psychology PSY0852 School Psychology PSY0853 Student Counseling PSY Classifications of Mental Disorders (DSM & ICD) PSY0849 Pragmatism PSY0850 Dissertation Optional (select any six) Abnormal Child Psychology Educational Psychology School Psychology Cognitive Psychology Developmental Psychology Psychology of teaching and learning Nutritional Child Psychology Child Cognitive Psychology Brain and Behavior Emotional Development Child & Adolescent Mental Health Childhood Psychological Disorders General Child Pathology Mental Illness in Children Treatment Guide Child Abuse Listening to Children Pediatric Interviewing Learning Disability ADHD Eating Disorders Body Image Emotional Intelligence Intelligence Testing Disability Assessment Behavior Problems Talking about Sexuality Treating Stress in Children Classroom Management Group Therapy Planner Designing Activities Character Development and Story Telling Student Counseling Planners Diagnosing Learning Disorders Special Education Care Therapy Child Art Therapy Cognitive Therapy for Children Psychotherapy Family Therapy Play Therapy Drama Therapy Counseling Process and Skills Effective Counseling Techniques Behavior Therapy Choice of papers will be updated and available depending up on guides, for more options, the student advisor for the current list of options available. Course Syllabus Refer attached document on School Psychology Course Syllabus which outlines the contents that will be covered under each module Page 4
5 Assessment & Examination Refer attached document on Assessments and Examination Grades and Credits Refer attached document on Assessments and Examination Faculty Our faculty members challenge their students, share insights gained through professional experience and communicate the knowledge they ve spent a lifetime acquiring. They don t rely on teaching assistants (IHMH doesn t have any), and they re supportive, active and committed to making students learn. Faculty members of the IHMH are active scholars, and the Institute is equipped with library and research facilities aimed for use in student-guided projects. Personal Tutor Our tutors are industry professionals. They have years of experience and are experts in their fields Your tutor's role is to provide you with feedback on your assignment projects and guidance in your direction. They will encourage you, highlight your strengths and weaknesses, and will support your learning. A tutor will travel with you throughout the course and you can be in touch with him through direct visits or phone calls or through s whichever is feasible. Student Support You will be assigned to a student advisor with whom you can rely up on for all the administration needs. He/she will be just an or call away, making your learning easier than ever before. You will find our Student Advisors friendly and supportive. They will help you with your requests and provide you with valuable assistance in things such as schedule, guide interaction, course ware, computer issues, career advice, employment and freelancing matters. Start date and fee Page 5
6 Normally the course starts thrice in a year and you can contact any of our student advisors to know the exact date Apply well before the last date to ensure best guide, as guides are allotted on first come first serve basis The total fee includes cost of text books, guide fee, tuition fee, assessment fee, certificate fee, etc. For students residing in India - Rs. 17, 000/- (Rs. 10,000 at the time of admission and Rs. 7, 000 at the start of second year) For International students - US $ 900 (payable once) No Other Fee will be collected from the students. Fee needs to be paid through Online Transfer or Direct Deposit in any of the IDBI Bank Branches On payment, enclose the Payment Challan Copy or Screen Shot of the Web payment or Online Payment Transaction number or Bank Transfer or TT Copy with the application pack Bank Details for Fee Payment IDBI Bank Account (Pay Through Online Transfer or Direct Deposit) Current Account Name - Institute of Holistic Mental Health Account Number IFSC Code -IBKL Swift Code for Foreign Transaction: IBKL INBB 113 Bank Branch - Avinashi Road, Tiruppur, Tamilnadu Inform your concerned student advisor as soon as you pay the fee. a copy of the payment Challan / reference copy / screenshot of online transaction to your concerned student advisor. Learn more at our webinars IHMH organizes a lots of webinars through the site and you will be invited to join in any of the webinars conducted from time to time. The webinars are conducted by expert trainers from around the world providing you the opportunity to learn the updated courseware. Workshops, Seminars, & Conferences Page 6
7 IHMH in collaboration with IAHP (International Association of Holistic Psychologywww.iahp.in ) will organize a lot of workshops, seminars and conferences in different parts of the country from time to time. You are free to attend any of these workshops, seminars and conferences. Attendance is not compulsory but preferred. IHMH also updates the details about various conferences, workshops and seminars conducted around the world through its FB community and you can join the same to keep updated on the latest happenings. Group Link - https://www.facebook.com/groups/promoteurpsychology Employability and Career Psychology is a fascinating field, and knowing what factors influence and guide human behavior and attitudes has practical benefits. Career opportunities include: School Psychologist, Counsellor, Life Coach, Social Worker, School Advisor, Educational Psychologist, Intervention Specialist, Health Consultant and many more. Industries include: Schools, Educational Institutions of all kinds, Health Science, Natural Health, Community/Social services, Human Resources, and Complementary Medicine and many more. IHMH will assist its students during the course and after the course towards empowering their careers and professional growth. After the Masters Course You can start working on further research You can apply for doctorate studies You can enrich your career by learning further You can start working as a school psychologist under supervision How to apply Refer attached PDF document on Applying to IHMH Courses Application materials Application form attached herewith Other Courses you may be interested in Page 7
8 Masters in Child Psychology Masters in Psychology Masters in Counselling Psychology PG Diploma in ten specialized disciplines, refer web for more details. Contact For more enquires, contact the concerned student advisor who ed you this document Or to Or Call Or visit our Website or Page 8
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