Educational psychology pathways to emotional and behavioural wellbeing 805
Faculty of Education
The educational psychologist within a multi-cultural post-colonial, resource-constrained context; underlying theories and approaches to educational psychological assessment, diagnosis, and intervention aimed at individual functioning in relation to learning and development; and the well-founded use thereof with to prevent/manage emotional and behavioural problems and facilitate resilience; conceptualise theoretical cases therapeutic techniques; and the educational psychologist as a person.
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