Mental Health Foundation offers one month Observership opportunities to Bachelor and Masters Students of Psychology where in, this observership is a part of their course curriculum.
10:30am to 5:30pm from Monday to Saturday.
For front line workers/those working directly with vulnerable children and adolescents
- Recognising of handling Mental Health Problems
- Coping with trauma
- Life Skills
- Communicating with other key actors (dealing with communities, local self government bodies, law enforcing agencies)
- Care for care givers (stress and anger management, time and resource management)
As an organisation, Mental Health Foundation, is firmly committed to training and teaching. We do accept a very limited number of Clinical Observers, when they are recommended by their parent organisation. We do not charge any fees for their placements.
What you are expected to do?
- Report on time
- Maintain strict confidentiality
- Maintain a time & case observation log
- Regular attendance and absenceis permitted only in case of medical emergency or if informed before joining
- Masters students must have an understanding of case history taking
- Participate in case discussions
- Participate in test administration & scoring
- Write a feedback for us
What will you get out of this Obervership?
- Opportunity to attend session with our multi-disciplinary team of Clinical psychologists, Special educators, Speech-language therapist and Paediatric Physiotherapist.
- Participate in case discussions, observe test administrations and parent interviewing/case history taking.
- Only after successful completion of the one month obervership, you get a letter of completion from the team. In case of partial completion, letter willnot be provided.