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Get Psychology, Psychology of Success, Positive Psychology, Relationship Psychology, Eating Psychology Coach, Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People, Child Psychology, Criminal Psychologist, Bipolar Disorder Awareness and Bullying Awareness in this Bundle

1. Psychology: Learn About Greater Knowledge Of Feelings, Abilities And Personalities

Psychology is not only a science and a profession but its concepts can also be used in everyday life. Studying psychology will provide you with greater knowledge of feelings, abilities and personalities.

Most students also find that they gain a greater satisfaction within their job, their family and social life.

Psychology represents a way of thinking. It’s a science that demands researchers to ask precise questions about a particular issue and then to test their ideas through systematic processes.

Psychology is not easily defined. It’s a term that encompasses a broad spectrum of matters in research and practical applications.

It is what scientists and philosophers of various affiliations created to try to fulfil the need to understand the minds and behaviour of various living beings from the very primitive to the most complex. From its roots in philosophy and physiology, psychology is now often known as the ‘science of the mind.’

Your initial answer to this question will likely be quite different to the picture of psychology that will emerge as you work your way through this course. You may be surprised to find that psychology is much greater than analysing people or formulating psychological diagnoses to emotional problems.

It’s also about how people are able to see colour, how stress affects our biological processes and why babies become distressed when separated from their caregiver.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this course, students will have developed the following:

  • Increased knowledge base of the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, and historical trends in psychology.
  • Understanding of basic research methods in psychology
  • Develop and use critical and analytical skills
  • Problem solving skills
  • Communication skills
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • An awareness of the applications of psychology

2. Psychology of Success: Learn How To Find Success In Your Own Life

The Psychology of Success Certificate Course talks of everything that successful people have learned in order to get where they are. It also talks about success itself and explores why society, may have different ideas of what you need in order to be truly happy.

You will learn how to find success in your own life, along with how to set yourself up as a coach, and help others identify, work towards and achieving their own potential.

What is different about successful people, who seem to manage to succeed in everything that they do, whilst others struggle and eventually give up? Successful people have learned certain habits and have an approach that propels them forward to get to their own perfect place, life or environment.

The Psychology of Success Certificate Course starts by looking at the definition of success and how this is different for each individual. The course then looks at how society conditions us to think of success, along with how to break the hold that this conditioning has on us.

Students will learn the neuroscience involved with the thinking patterns of both success and self-sabotage. The biology of the brain and the predominant thinking patterns can affect or even change it for the better are discussed. It is the behaviours that stem from problematic thinking that are the biggest saboteurs to success, with relationship problems, insecurity, lack of self-belief, lack of general motivation and even procrastination being areas that, once understood, can be overcome and allow successful thinking to emerge.

The course talks about how to truly understand the thought processes and damaging learning experiences that have been stored within the mind and how to differentiate these from our true personality. A major stumbling block against success is self-limitation. You will learn how to separate yourself into different areas and gain a true understanding of yourself and how capable you are.

The course explores the mindset and personality aspects of human beings. We discuss traits of people who succeed in achieving their dreams and we also take a look at some people that tried hard, sometimes for many years, before their success really took hold in their lives.

Looking at the way you look at the world is directly related to your mindset but also to your consciousness as a whole. We show you some tried and tested success habits that can be practised in your own life.

Having learnt about the Psychology of Success for yourself, the final module explains how to pass this knowledge onto others, to help them find their personal success, by becoming a success coach.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Psychology of Success Certificate Course has been created to help anyone who has strived to reach their goals but fallen short, or knows they need to change their mindset to be able to reach their dreams and don't know how to go about it.

The course also shows how to set yourself up as a coach, guiding others to finding success in their lives. If you are already working in a therapy or coaching setting, then this course will also benefit you and add to your skillset, as we look at success from a variety of angles inclusive of traditional mindset management, energy channelling and energetic awareness.

3. Positive Psychology: Learn Take A Mindful Or Spiritual Approach To Our Lives

Some of us prefer to take a mindful or spiritual approach to our lives and the problems in it, while others find a practical, logical method works better.

The Positive Psychology Certificate Course marries together studies of happiness in both science and nature, to provide students with the knowledge of how to find true happiness and contentment. If you let it, this course will help you to change your life.

The expectations that society puts on us, and the human condition itself, bring about many obstructions in the pursuit of happiness. The Positive Psychology Certificate Course explores happiness and the effects modern society have on happiness, as well as how to cope with these environmental factors.

From brain cells to physiology, we discuss the science behind both happiness and sadness. Happiness is about understanding yourself, and a large part of that is based in neuroscience. The course’s second module aids students in understanding the physical, biological changes that occur in our brains on a daily basis, as we feel different things.

Making long term change starts with committing to smaller, more regular changes, which will then make larger changes more accessible, as you will already be well-practiced in changing your mood. Students learn quick consciousness shift/mood lifting techniques, which can be employed to immediately change a person’s mind-set from that of negativity, to positivity.

As an important area to cover when talking about happiness, depression is explored in great detail. The most recent findings on the causes of depressions and how to cope and deal with depression using natural methods, are explored.

The main obstruction when seeking happiness is negative thoughts. We talk about the habit of thinking negatively and how we can cultivate a healthy resilience against this.

The Positive Psychology Certificate Course concentrates on understanding our needs and how to meet them, using the PERMA model. Fully broken down and explained this technique ensures resilience and long-term contentment, happiness, and positivity.

There is a universal need for humans to be engaged with something, as it provides curiosity, zest and gratitude in life. This is also linked to an area that is now commonplace in none-medicated mental health care; mindfulness. We discuss each, the link between them, and how they aid positivity and resilience.

As humans we have a need for social and secure relationships, from our first, biological relationships to the relationship with a life partner.The Positive Psychology Certificate Course explains the science behind this thinking, and then moves on to teach the final two areas of the PERMA model: meaning and accomplishment.

We will also discuss the practical aspects of setting up and running a happiness focussed business.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Positive Psychology Certificate Course is for anyone who wants to be happier (so pretty much everyone) and would like a practical guide that combines the ideas of how to improve your mind from within, with the science of what happens when you follow these actions and understand their positive, physical effects on the brain.

The knowledge learned from within the course should be applied to your own life, whether you feel the need or not (you can never be too happy) but students can also take what they have learned and help others or even use the techniques to aid them in a career in counselling.

4. Relationship Psychology: Discover The Secrets Of Relationship Psychology

The Relationship Psychology - The Soul Mate Secret Course will examine whether it is possible to explain relationships, attraction and love. Relationships are an important part of life because we all need that sense of belonging. As humans, we crave social connections. People cannot live in isolation, although some may choose to live that way temporarily.

In this course, you will discover why you may find yourself feeling indifferent or repulsed by some, but have strong feelings of attraction towards others. Many things impact our feelings towards other people including how close we are geographically, similar personality traits and similar attitudes. All of these are significant factors when it comes to who we are more likely to form relationships with throughout our lifetime and who we are attracted to physically. If the psyche of human relationships is something you would like to learn more about, this course has everything you need and more.

Who would enjoy the course?

The course can be used as a guide to improving your own relationships or the materials can be used with clients to help couples understand one another better and improve their relationship.

Anyone who enjoys the wider subject of psychology or are interested in the psychology and science of how humans develop relationships will enjoy The Relationship Psychology – The Soul Mate Secret Course, which focuses on this specific area.

5. Eating Psychology Coach: Learn About The Psychology Of Eating 

The Eating Psychology Coach Course is an all-encompassing knowledge base for those who wish to learn about, and aid others to understand, their relationship with food and the psychology of eating.

The first half of the course concentrates on aiding the student in their understanding of the psychology of eating and applying it in their own lives, both to benefit themselves as well as to be able to identify with their clients, once they set up a business.

Through this half of the course you will go on a journey of self-understanding; getting to grips with the intricacies of nutrition, ethics, brain-boosting nutrients, mindfulness, and the habit-building effects of emotional eating.

The outcome of what you learn from this will be that you will have a much more balanced relationship with food and a healthier body and mind as a result of this, and there will no longer be the need or desire to diet.

Having gained a comprehensive understanding of the psychology of eating and how this knowledge has improved your own relationship with food, the second half of the course teaches you how to bestow this knowledge onto others by creating and running your own coaching business.

Here you will be given the tools, techniques, protocols and strategies to enable you to become an effective practitioner. You will learn solid, effective coaching skills that will make a difference to your clients by getting to the heart of the challenges and nutritional concerns they face; utilising the specialised understanding of the psychology of eating learnt in this course.

Who would benefit from the course?

This Eating Psychology Coach Course is designed for those that have tried all the diets and got nowhere or have seen only temporary weight loss and health benefits or those who already understand that lifestyle changes and a mindful approach to how we eat will provide lasting health changes, but don’t know where to start.

As half of this course is designed to aid you in becoming an effective coach to others, this course is ideal for students who wish to establish a career in this area or to add to the treatments that they already offer.

6. Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People: Help To Make Positive Changes Through Knowledge

This course explains how parents, teachers, and others who care for children can help to make positive changes through knowledge, change in mindset and the implementation of effective strategies and techniques.

The Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People Certificate Course will look at what we mean by ‘challenging behaviour’ and help us to understand the reasons behind difficult behaviours in children and young people. It will help you understand that there is always a reason for any behaviour, whether it seems obvious to us or not. It is their way of communicating with us, often in the absence of having any other way to do so.

We will look at challenging behaviours across all ages and provide ways of dealing with these. We’ll cover how brain development from birth to the teenage years can account for certain behaviours, so we develop an understanding of what is going on in our children’s minds and how we can help them.

Who would benefit from this course?

The Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People Certificate Course is designed to provide parents, carers, and teachers with a better understanding of child behaviour and the knowledge of how best to deal with it. The results of this will be a vast improvement in the relationships between you and the children in your care, whether in a parental or professional role.

7. Child Psychology: Pursue A Career In Child Psychology

It is the perfect choice for anyone who suspects they might want to pursue in a career in child psychology but does not yet feel they are in complete possession of the facts of what the field entails.

Child psychology is the study of how a young person develops from birth up to adolescence. How he changes emotionally through that time, how his own identity is formed and how he will eventually learn to be able to speak a language. It examines how a child evolves through the processes of information processing and cognitive development.

Behaviourally it looks at how a child begins to understand social behaviours and integrate accordingly. It investigates how motor skills develop, social skills and how identity is formed.

8. Criminal Psychologist: Delve Into The Mind-Boggling World Of Criminal Behaviour

Delve into the mind-boggling world of criminal behaviour, false testimonies and criminal profiling, detecting the reliability of witnesses and providing psychological aid to victims. Take the Criminal Psychologist Course and explore the fundamentals of this field, grasping its core concepts and principles and their applications in the real world.

Although we all have our own understanding of what crime is and what it entails, the Criminal Psychologist Course provides a definition of crime and crime prevalence and looks at why criminal activity is on the rise and the types of crime that exist. You’ll delve deeper into the subject, exploring the psychological, social and economic aspects of criminal behaviour before learning about forensic criminology and its importance and use in society.

Another important subject, Forensic Psychology, is covered. You will learn what it is, how it helps in the understanding and preventing of crime, and how it interacts with the law and other legal areas. You will discover why Forensic Psychology plays such a pivotal role in the courtroom for the defence and other legal attorneys.

Criminal Psychologists understand criminals and their behaviours, their intentions and reactions. This course explains the roles, both in an investigation and in the courtroom, and the scope and future, of those working in this career.

When conducting psychological research, it is important to remain as objective as possible so that the results are not swayed by individual judgement, biases or anecdotal facts. To ensure your understanding of correct research methodology, you will learn the ‘scientific method’ of research – gaining the knowledge of how researchers and psychologists collect data, perform detailed analysis and reach conclusions from their experiments.

Getting to the root of criminality, the Criminal Psychologist Course talks you through the theories behind criminal acts. Theories covered include: Biological and Physiological, Cognitive Theories, Behavioural Theories, Self-Control Theory, and Psychodynamic Theories

When interviewing a suspect, it can be difficult to keep your own feelings and bias under control but it is important to ensure they are unaware of all that you know or suspect. You will discover how criminal psychologists can struggle with the conflict between gut feelings and evidence, and how to make an unbiased and correct decision.

The role of a criminal psychologist doesn’t begin and end with those who have broken the law but also includes working with victims and witnesses. You’ll learn how to work with a victim to extract vital information and how to detect false accusations, along with understanding the reasons they may do this. A victim may also be in need of psychological help especially if they have been subject to violent or aggressive behaviour; you’ll find out how a criminal psychologist can provide support.

Another important person in a case is the witness. As a criminal psychologist, it will be part of your role to interview witnesses and assess credibility and reliability. Through studying the Criminal Psychologist Course you’ll learn how to detect lies, false information, false testimonies, find any links to the suspect or the victim that can bias their information, and gain an understanding of the reliability of memory.

The work done by a criminal psychologist at crime scenes and with suspects, victims and witnesses culminates in an appearance at court. You will learn what role a criminal psychologist plays in court and how witnesses and expert witnesses can affect a jury’s decision.

Who would benefit from this course?

Providing foundational knowledge and insight into the core practices and principles that comprise the role, the Criminal Psychologist Course is perfect if you are considering a career in this area. Not only will you be immersed in the minds of criminals and their behaviours but the course also acts as a comprehensive overview to the necessary degree-level of study required to gain employment in this field.

The course will also prove insightful to those interested in the criminal mind and the reasoning behind criminal behaviour, how the victims of crime can be rehabilitated, how to detect false statements, and the role of a criminal psychologist in legal proceedings.

9. Bipolar Disorder Awareness: Help Those Affected To Lead Healthier, Happier Lives

If you have bipolar disorder or hope to help someone who does, this course gives you a single, comprehensive resource that will enhance understanding and help those affected to lead healthier, happier lives. You will learn about the signs and symptoms, diagnosis and treatments, and how to manage bipolar disorder.

To understand bipolar disorder, you first need to address the issue of mental illness in general. Studying the Bipolar Disorder Awareness Certificate Course, you will learn what is meant by the term “mental illness”. The course covers who is affected, the most common forms of mental illness, why the notion of mental illness itself is sometimes called into question, and how it can be prevented. You’ll also be exposed to what the latest research suggests regarding the causes and prognosis of its various forms.

Bipolar disorder has many different forms and while the common thread is a tendency to experience mood swings, the variations differ in many important ways. Through your studies, you’ll discover the various types and gain an understanding of what they can mean for the sufferer and the symptoms and treatments of each.

The predominant opinion of psychiatrists is that bipolar disorder is caused, maintained and worsened by multiple factors. You’ll learn what researchers have discovered about links between various environmental and biological factors, and mental health.

Often referred to as “the rule rather than the exception”, a bipolar patient is usually diagnosed as suffering from two or more additional psychiatric disorders, though it can be diagnosed alone. The Bipolar Disorder Awareness Course explores the range of comorbid mental illnesses that often co-occur in those with bipolar disorder.

Part of the treatment of bipolar disorder is medication. This course looks at the most commonly prescribed drugs for the various forms of the condition, including how each works, how they are administered, possible side effects, effectiveness, and the risks of taking medication during pregnancy.

Treatment for bipolar disorder isn’t limited to medication, with other supportive measures in place to help those with the condition. One such treatment is psychotherapy, which encourages those with bipolar to discuss their mental health problems. Studying the Bipolar Disorder Awareness Certificate, you will learn more about what psychotherapy is, why it is used, who it may benefit, its specific application in bipolar disorder, and how effective it is.

The prevailing opinion within the medical profession is that bipolar disorder cannot be cured but its effects can be managed. While psychotherapy and medication are effective in reducing the severity of symptoms, it is in making day-to-day changes that a sufferer can prevent mood episodes and decrease the intensity of those that do occur. This course explores the steps that someone with bipolar can take to manage the symptoms of their illness. Such steps include managing diet, exercise, sleep patterns, social support and other lifestyle factors.

Who would benefit from this course?

If you have, or think you may have, bipolar disorder or have a friend or family member who does, this course centralises all the information you need to fully understand the condition and how to manage it.

Similarly, if you work in a position of care or are a therapist, or would like to, the information contained within the course will help you to understand those living with bipolar disorder and enable you to help and give useful, actionable advice to those with the condition.

10. Bullying Awareness: How Adults Can Help A Bullied Child & Recognise The Common Signs Of Bullying

The Bullying Awareness Certificate Course plunges you into the world of someone who is facing bullying at a young age by opening with a case study, told from the first-person perspective of someone who has gone through it. This provides an idea of what it is to live with bullying, the reasons it can occur, and how it affects the lives of those being bullied. From this sobering story, the course moves on to explain what bullying is, the types of bullying, and how to get help and support.

Why bullying occurs may be more intrinsic than we may like to consider. The course explores the anthropological viewpoint of bullying being part of life for many species, not just humankind, and a cultural behaviour meant to establish societal norms. It also looks at certain characteristics that can make children more vulnerable to bullying, why bullies behave as they do, and what cyber bullying is.

Being bullied is a form of trauma and something that can come back to haunt a victim even in adulthood. The Bullying Awareness Certificate Course looks at the effects bullying has on the victim, with the following topics covered: depression and anxiety, isolation, academic performance, sleep patterns and self-confidence. You’ll explore the environmental factors that can leave a child predisposed to bullying and how any abuses they suffer affect their emotional development. The course explains how adults can help a bullied child and recognise the common signs of bullying, and how to conduct an ACEs questionnaire to understand how likely it is a child may suffer additional trauma throughout their life.

Who would benefit from this course?

Taking action against bullying is a responsibility that falls to the caregivers of children – parents, teachers, childminders, and day-care workers. This course outlines how you, in any of these roles, can help children with the issue of bullying whether they are the victims, perpetrators, or bystanders.

The Bullying Awareness Certificate Course is also a useful study for counsellors, as the information contained within will help you to understand the physiological, emotional, physical, and social impact that bullying has on children and adults who have been bullied during childhood.

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The Ultimate Psychology 10 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Psychology

Module 1: What is Psychology?

  • Part 1: History of Psychology
  • Part 2: Key Themes Related to Psychology
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Different Approaches to Psychology

  • Part 1: Developmental Psychology
  • Part 2: Social Psychology
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Research in Psychology

  • Part 1: Research in Psychology
  • Part 2: Variables
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Human Emotion

  • Part 1: Human Emotion
  • Part 2: The Biological Component of Emotion
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 : Stress and Anxiety

  • Part 1: Stress and Anxiety
  • Part 2: Causes of Anxiety
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Personality

  • Part 1: Personality
  • Part 2: Personality Theories
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Sensation and Perception

  • Part 1: Sensation and Perception
  • Part 2: The Psychophysical Approach
  • Part 3: Factors Affecting Perception
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Our Sensory System

  • Part 1: Our Sensory Systems
  • Part 2: The Auditory System
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: How Do We Remember?

  • Part 1: How Do We Remember?
  • Part 2: Forgetting
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Intelligence

  • Part 1: Intelligence
  • Part 2: Intelligence Testing
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Classical and Operant Conditioning

  • Part 1: Classical and Operant Conditioning
  • Part 2: Operant conditioning
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Applications of Operant Conditioning

  • Part 1: Applications of Operant Conditioning
  • Part 2: Devise your own Behaviour Modification Program
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Other Kinds of Learning

  • Observational Learning
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: Attachment and Separation

  • Part 1: Attachment and Separation
  • Part 2: Patterns of Attachment
  • Part 3: Summary 
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Parent–Child Interaction

  • Part 1: Maternal Depression
  • Part 2: Trauma and Loss
  • Part 3: Parent- Child Interventions
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Sexual Development and Gender Identity

  • Sexual Development and Gender Identity
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: Social Psychology and the Individual

  • Part 1: Impressions of People
  • Part 2: Cognitive Schemas
  • Part 3: Self and Identity 
  • Module 17 Assessment

Module 18: Prejudice and Discrimination

  • Part 1: Prejudiced Attitudes
  • Part 2: Discriminatory Behaviour
  • Part 3: Theories of Prejudice and Discrimination
  • Module 18 Assessment

Module 19: Attitudes and Persuasion

  • Part 1: Attitudes and Persuasion
  • Part 2: Communication and Persuasion
  • Module 19 Assessment

Module 20: Conformity and Obedience

  • Part 1: Conformity

  • Part 2: Obedience
  • Module 20 Assessment

Course 2 - Psychology of Success

Module 1 About Success

  • Part 1: What is Success?
  • Part 2: Activity 2
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 Neuro Influencers

  • Part 1: The Human Brain
  • Part 2: Activity 1
  • Part 3: Activity 2
  • Part 4: Chemistry in the Brain
  • Part 5: Storage of Beliefs
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 Manage Your Mind

  • Part 1: The Physical Body and Mental Health
  • Part 2: Activity 2
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 Personal Success

  • Part 1: The Ego
  • Part 2: Activity 2
  • Part 3: Assessment Personality vs Ego
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 Mindset & Personality

  • Part 1: What is Personality?
  • Part 2: What is Mindset?
  • Part 3: Mindset Exploration
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 It’s Your World

  • Part 1: It’s Your World
  • Part 2: Activity
  • Part 3: Take Your World Back
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 Success Coaching

  • Part 1: What is Coaching?

  • Part 2: GROW Through Coaching
  • Part 3: Activity
  • Module 7 Assessment

Course 3 - Positive Psychology

Module 1: Happiness

  • Part 1: We Are Being Manipulated
  • Part 2: Activity 1
  • Part 3: A Snippet of Happiness
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Science Behind the Smile

  • Part 1: What is Psychology?
  • Part 2: Neurotransmitters
  • Part 3: The Human Givens Approach
  • Part 4: The Graves Model
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Instant Mood Lift

  • Part 1: Being Grateful
  • Part 2: Positive Thinking
  • Part 3: Habits of Happy People
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Depression

  • Part 1: What is Depression?
  • Part 2: Resilience
  • Part 3: Medication-Free SSRIs
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Negative Thoughts!

  • Part 1: Psychological Happiness!
  • Part 2: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
  • Part 3: RAIN
  • Part 4: Seligman’s PERMA Model
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: PERMA in Practice

  • Part 1: What is Emotion?
  • Part 2: Do You Know Your Strengths?
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Mindful Engagement

  • Part 1: Mindful Engagement
  • Part 2: Meditation
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Exploration of Needs

  • Part 1: Social Needs
  • Part 2: Bowlby’s Attachment Theory
  • Part 3: Life Partners
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Professionalism

  • Part 1: Workplace Positivity

  • Part 2: Regulation
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 4 - Relationship Psychology

Module 1: Introduction to the Psychology of Adult Relationships

  • Part 1: The Importance of Relationships
  • Part 2: Theories of Social Relationships
  • Part 3: Awareness of the Different Types of Relationships 
  • Part 4: How to Create Better Relationships and Greater Family Harmony
  • Part 5: Business Relationships
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The Development of Relationships

  • Part 1: The Development of Relationships
  • Part 2: The stages of relationships 
  • Part 3: Maintaining Relationships
  • Part 4: Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Relationship
  • Part 5: Do You Need Relationship or Marriage Counseling?
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Interpersonal Attraction

  • Part 1: The Science Behind Love
  • Part 2: The Human Nervous System
  • Part 3: Specific Factors that Influence Attraction
  • Part 4: The Law of Attraction and Relationships
  • Part 5: Knowledge of gender differences in choosing the ideal partner
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: The Relationship With Yourself

  • Part 1: The Relationship With Yourself
  • Part 2: Self-Esteem Exercise
  • Part 3: Co-Dependency
  • Part 4: Using NLP
  • Part 5: Reframing Codependent Behaviors
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Building Happy Relationships

  • Part 1: Building Happy Relationships
  • Part 2: The Science of Happiness
  • Part 3: Chemicals in the Brain
  • Part 4: The Role of Resilience
  • Part 5: People Pleasing
  • Part 6: The Doormat Syndrome
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Relationship Skills

  • Part 1: The Five Love Languages or ways people like to receive love:
  • Part 2: 5 Relationships StrategiesTo Keep Love Alive
  • Part 3: Tips for a Healthy Relationship
  • Part 4: Laughter and Relationships
  • Part 5: Using Laughter to Manage Conflict
  • Part 6: Understanding the Rules of Intimacy
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus

  • Part 1: Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus
  • Part 2: Male versus Female Brain
  • Part 3: Biological Differences Between the Male and Female Brain
  • Part 4: Myths and Stereotypes
  • Part 5: Ten Big Differences Between Men’s and Women’s Brains
  • Part 6: What Do Brain Scans Tell Us?
  • Part 7: Social Influences
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Communication Strategies

  • Part 1: Communication Strategies
  • Part 2: Body Language
  • Part 3: Different Language Styles
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: The Soul Mate Secret

  • Part 1: The Soul Mate Secret
  • Part 2: How To Attract Love By Thinking Like Einstein
  • Part 3: How to Manifest True Love
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Therapy and Training for Relationships

  • Part 1: Therapy and Training for Relationships

  • Part 2: Common relationship problems explored
  • Part 3: Relationship Intervention Strategies to Practice at Home
  • Part 4: HEAR – To Hear Your Partner, Stay Present & Listen
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 5 - Eating Psychology Coach

Module 1: What is Eating Psychology?

  • Part 1: Food – What Are We Doing?
  • Part 2: Cellular Level Health
  • Part 3: Nutritionally Deficient
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Diet Awareness

  • Part 1: The Psychology of Learning
  • Part 2: Eating Type Variations
  • Part 3: Emotional Eating
  • Part 4: What is Medical Recognition?
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Addiction

  • Part 1: Addiction
  • Part 2: Sugar
  • Part 3: Caffeine
  • Part 4: Gluten
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Healing Techniques

  • Part 1: Finding Your Reasons
  • Part 2: Intuitive Eating
  • Part 3: Mindfulness
  • Part 4: Meditation
  • Part 5: Peace
  • Part 6: Acceptance and Gratitude
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Successful Therapy

  • Part 1: Nutrition Awareness
  • Part 2: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • Part 3: Hypnotherapy
  • Part 4: Neuro Linguistic Programming
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Coaching

  • Part 1: What is Psychology?
  • Part 2: What is Coaching?
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Skills and Clients

  • Part 1: Basic Coaching Communication
  • Part 2: Questioning Skills
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: The Coaching Blueprint

  • Part 1: Coaching
  • Part 2: GROW MODEL
  • Part 3: Measuring Progress
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Complex Clients

  • Part 1: Multiple Intelligences
  • Part 2: Personality Types
  • Part 3: Clients That Feel Stuck
  • Part 4: Key Skills of a Successful Coach
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Your Coaching Business

  • Part 1: A Business Plan
  • Part 2: Registering Your Business
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 6 - Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People

Module 1 - Defining Challenging Behaviour

  • Part 1: What is Challenging Behaviour?
  • Part 2: Where Behaviour Comes From
  • Part 3: Challenging Behaviour in Babies
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Reasons For Challenging Behaviour and How to Help

  • Part 1: Challenging Behaviour
  • Part 2: Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
  • Part 3: Tips for Parenting a Child with Reactive Attachment Disorder or Insecure Attachment
  • Part 4: Other Reasons for Certain Behaviour
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Inevitable or Preventable

  • Part 1: Inevitable Brain Development
  • Part 2: Teenage Challenges
  • Part 3: Punishment V Consequences
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Methods of Dealing With and Avoiding Challenging Behaviour

  • Part 1: Dealing With Behaviour in Toddlers
  • Part 2: Empathise With Your Child
  • Part 3: Reflective Listening
  • Part 4: Let Them Know You Care
  • Part 5: How to Ask Questions
  • Part 6: Teen Issues
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Coping Strategies and Further Prevention

  • Part 1: Be a Good Role Model
  • Part 2: Rose Coloured Glasses
  • Part 3: The Six Most Common Mistakes Parents Make
  • Part 4: Intention Setting
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Managing Challenging Behaviour in the Classroom

  • Part 1: Behaviour and Discipline

  • Part 2: Global Issues and Concerns
  • Part 3: Strategies for Success
  • Module 6 Assessment

Course 7 - Child Psychology

Module 1: Introduction to Child Psychology

  • Part 1: Child Developments in the First Twelve Months
  • Part 2: Infant Reflexes
  • Part 3: Social development in the first year
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The Formation of Attachments

  • Part 1: Formation of Attachments
  • Part 2: Relevance of animal studies in child development
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Consequences of Breakdowns in Attachments

  • Part 1: Consequences of Breakdown in Attachments
  • Part 2: Implications of theories of attachment
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: The Home, Family and School

  • Part 1: The Home, Family and School
  • Part 2: Study of Effects of Maternal Employment on Children
  • Part 3: Father absent families
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Basic Principles of Research Methods

  • Part 1: Basic Principles of Research Methods
  • Part 2: Independent and dependent variables
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: The Development of Visual Perception

  • Part 1: Introduction to the nature / nurture debate on visual perception
  • Part 2: Bower – Size constancy
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: The Development of Language and Communication

  • Part 1: The Development of Language and Communication
  • Part 2: Outline of language development
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Intelligence and Intelligence Testing

  • Part 1: Intelligence and Intelligence Testing
  • Part 2: Tests of Intelligence
  • Part 3: Advantages & Disadvantages of IQ Testing
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: The Nature/Nurture Debate in the Study of Intelligence

  • Part 1: The Nature / Nurture Debate in the Study of Intelligence
  • Part 2: Stability of IQ
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Data Collection and Interpretation

  • Part 1: Data Collection and Interpretation
  • Part 2: Mean
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: How Children Think

  • Part 1: How Children Think
  • Part 2: Studies on egocentrism
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Learning Theory

  • Part 1: Learning Theory
  • Part 2: Learning and conditioning – classical conditioning and operant conditioning; including explanations of extinction
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Freud's Psychodynamic Theory - An Alternative Approach

  • Part 1: Freud’s Psychodynamic Theory – An Alternative Approach
  • Part 2: The five stage theory
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: Moral Development

  • Part 1: Moral Development
  • Part 2: Investigation of moral behaviour
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: The Development of Gender Roles

  • Part 1: The Development of Gender Roles
  • Part 2: Biological, social and cultural theories
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Aggression in Children

  • Part 1: Aggression in Children
  • Part 2: Psychological theories and aggression
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: Methods Used in Child Development Research

  • Part 1: Methods used in Child Development Research
  • Part 2: Designs for Examining Development
  • Module 17 Assessment

Module 18: Play

  • Part 1: Play
  • Part 2: The consequences of play deprivation
  • Module 18 Assessment

Module 19: Learning in School

  • Part 1: Learning in school
  • Part 2: Types of learning
  • Module 19 Assessment

Module 20: Behaviour Modification

  • Part 1: Behaviour Modification
  • Part 2: Behaviour Modification Techniques
  • Module 20 Assessment

Course 8 - Criminal Psychology

Module 1 - Introduction

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Outline of Modules
  • Part 3: Conclusion

Module 2: Forensic Criminology

  • Part 1: Crime
  • Part 2: Types of crimes
  • Part 3: What leads to crime?
  • Part 4: Relationship between mental illness and criminality
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Forensic Psychology

  • Part 1: What is Forensic Psychology?
  • Part 2: Forensic Psychology and Academics
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Criminal Psychology

  • Part 1: The Four Roles of Criminal Psychologists
  • Part 2: Criminal Conduct
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Psychological Research

  • Part 1: Scientific Method of Research
  • Part 2: Hypothesis formation
  • Part 3: Ethics and Research
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: The Crime Scene

  • Part 1: The Crime Scene
  • Part 2: Profiling
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Theories behind Criminal Behaviour

  • Part 1: Biological and Physiological
  • Part 2: Self-Control Theory
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: The Victim

  • Part 1: Understanding the Victim
  • Part 2: Helping the victim
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Interviewing Suspects

  • Part 1: Criminal Profiling
  • Part 2: Innocent Until Proven Guilty
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: The Witness

  • Part 1: Interviewing a Witness
  • Part 2: Interviewing Techniques
  • Part 3: Is Our Memory Reliable?
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: The Court

  • Part 1: The Court
  • Part 2: Strategy
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 11 Assessment

Course 9 - Bipolar Disorder Awarness

Module 1: Bipolar Awareness

  • Part 1: What Is Mental Illness?
  • Part 2: Common myths about mental illness
  • Part 3: Are mental illnesses really “illnesses”?
  • Part 4: What should we conclude?
  • Part 5: How is mental illness treated?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The Different Types

  • Part 1: A quick note on terminology
  • Part 2: The history of bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: Is bipolar disorder a progressive illness?
  • Part 4: Challenges in diagnosing bipolar disorder
  • Part 5: Four key controversies relating to the diagnosis and treatment of bipolar disorder in children and adolescents
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Role Of Environmental And Biological Factors In Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: Background information – the nature – nurture debate in psychology
  • Part 2: The role of parenting and family experiences in susceptibility to bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: The role of social support as an environmental factor
  • Part 4: Implications for the treatment of bipolar disorder
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Associated Problems That Frequently Co-occur With Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: Anxiety disorders
  • Part 2: Panic disorder
  • Part 3: Antisocial Personality Disorder
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Medication For Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: What types of drugs are used to treat bipolar disorder?
  • Part 2: The dangers of combining drugs
  • Part 3: Encouraging medication adherence
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Psychotherapy for Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: What is psychotherapy?
  • Part 2: The different schools of psychotherapy
  • Part 3: What are the aims of psychotherapy?
  • Part 4: Who can benefit from psychotherapy?
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Lifestyle Strategies For Managing Symptoms Of Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: Diet and bipolar disorder
  • Part 2: Sleep patterns and bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: Exercise and bipolar disorder
  • Part 4: Social support and bipolar disorder
  • Part 5: Recreational drugs and alcohol use in bipolar disorder
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Caring For and Understanding Someone With Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: How bipolar disorder can lead to problems within personal relationships
  • Part 2: How partners, friends and relatives can educate themselves about bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: How to communicate with someone who is experiencing a mood episode
  • Part 4: Crisis plans
  • Part 5: Acting as a carer for someone with bipolar disorder
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Challenges For Those With Bipolar Across The Lifespan

  • Part 1: Problems faced by children diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Part 2: Problems faced by adolescents diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: Problems faced by young adults diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Part 4: Problems faced by middle-aged adults diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Part 5: Problems faced by older adults diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Bipolar and the Workplace

  • Part 1: The risks associated with unemployment

  • Part 2: Steps employers can take to improve the experience of work for those with bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: How to support a friend or colleague who is experiencing mental illness
  • Part 4: Self-employment for people with bipolar disorder
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 10 - Bullying Awareness

Module 1 – Introduction

  • Introduction
  • Part 1: A Case Study and First Hand Account
  • Part 2: What is Bullying?
  • Part 3: Crisis Resources for the Bullied and Bullying
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 – Setting the Stage

  • Part 1: Bullying and Culture
  • Part 2: Who gets bullied?
  • Part 3: Who Bullies?
  • Part 4: Bullying Point of View: Dave’s Story
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 – The Impact of Bullying on the Bullied

  • Part 1: Bullying and a Child’s Social Development
  • Part 2: Environmental Factors
  • Part 3: Warning Signs a Child is Being Bullying
  • Part 4: Point of View: Elena
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 – The Impact of Bullying on Child Caregivers

  • Part 1: Teacher, Parent, Carer Response to Bullying
  • Part 2: How Not to Make It Better and How to Make It Worse
  • Part 3: Positive Responses to a Bully
  • Part 4: Point of View: Michael
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 – The Long Term Effects of Bullying

  • Part 1: Social Difficulties Associated with Being Bullied
  • Part 2: Point of View: What it Takes to Heal
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – The Aftermath of Bullying for the Bully

  • Part 1: Crossing the Line
  • Part 2: Point of View: From a Bully’s Perspective
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 – Strategies to Help Those Being Bullied

  • Part 1: Ask for Help
  • Part 2: Point of View: Bobby’s Experience
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 – Bystanders: Strategies to Help Bullying Witnesses

  • Bystanders: Strategies to Help Bullying Witnesses
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 – A Long View of Bullying

  • Part 1: Ostracism

  • Part 2: Politics and Bullying
  • Module 9 Assessment
  • Conclusion

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Get Psychology, Psychology of Success, Positive Psychology, Relationship Psychology, Eating Psychology Coach, Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People, Child Psychology, Criminal Psychologist, Bipolar Disorder Awareness and Bullying Awareness in this Bundle

1. Psychology: Learn About Greater Knowledge Of Feelings, Abilities And Personalities

Psychology is not only a science and a profession but its concepts can also be used in everyday life. Studying psychology will provide you with greater knowledge of feelings, abilities and personalities.

Most students also find that they gain a greater satisfaction within their job, their family and social life.

Psychology represents a way of thinking. It’s a science that demands researchers to ask precise questions about a particular issue and then to test their ideas through systematic processes.

Psychology is not easily defined. It’s a term that encompasses a broad spectrum of matters in research and practical applications.

It is what scientists and philosophers of various affiliations created to try to fulfil the need to understand the minds and behaviour of various living beings from the very primitive to the most complex. From its roots in philosophy and physiology, psychology is now often known as the ‘science of the mind.’

Your initial answer to this question will likely be quite different to the picture of psychology that will emerge as you work your way through this course. You may be surprised to find that psychology is much greater than analysing people or formulating psychological diagnoses to emotional problems.

It’s also about how people are able to see colour, how stress affects our biological processes and why babies become distressed when separated from their caregiver.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this course, students will have developed the following:

  • Increased knowledge base of the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, and historical trends in psychology.
  • Understanding of basic research methods in psychology
  • Develop and use critical and analytical skills
  • Problem solving skills
  • Communication skills
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • An awareness of the applications of psychology

2. Psychology of Success: Learn How To Find Success In Your Own Life

The Psychology of Success Certificate Course talks of everything that successful people have learned in order to get where they are. It also talks about success itself and explores why society, may have different ideas of what you need in order to be truly happy.

You will learn how to find success in your own life, along with how to set yourself up as a coach, and help others identify, work towards and achieving their own potential.

What is different about successful people, who seem to manage to succeed in everything that they do, whilst others struggle and eventually give up? Successful people have learned certain habits and have an approach that propels them forward to get to their own perfect place, life or environment.

The Psychology of Success Certificate Course starts by looking at the definition of success and how this is different for each individual. The course then looks at how society conditions us to think of success, along with how to break the hold that this conditioning has on us.

Students will learn the neuroscience involved with the thinking patterns of both success and self-sabotage. The biology of the brain and the predominant thinking patterns can affect or even change it for the better are discussed. It is the behaviours that stem from problematic thinking that are the biggest saboteurs to success, with relationship problems, insecurity, lack of self-belief, lack of general motivation and even procrastination being areas that, once understood, can be overcome and allow successful thinking to emerge.

The course talks about how to truly understand the thought processes and damaging learning experiences that have been stored within the mind and how to differentiate these from our true personality. A major stumbling block against success is self-limitation. You will learn how to separate yourself into different areas and gain a true understanding of yourself and how capable you are.

The course explores the mindset and personality aspects of human beings. We discuss traits of people who succeed in achieving their dreams and we also take a look at some people that tried hard, sometimes for many years, before their success really took hold in their lives.

Looking at the way you look at the world is directly related to your mindset but also to your consciousness as a whole. We show you some tried and tested success habits that can be practised in your own life.

Having learnt about the Psychology of Success for yourself, the final module explains how to pass this knowledge onto others, to help them find their personal success, by becoming a success coach.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Psychology of Success Certificate Course has been created to help anyone who has strived to reach their goals but fallen short, or knows they need to change their mindset to be able to reach their dreams and don't know how to go about it.

The course also shows how to set yourself up as a coach, guiding others to finding success in their lives. If you are already working in a therapy or coaching setting, then this course will also benefit you and add to your skillset, as we look at success from a variety of angles inclusive of traditional mindset management, energy channelling and energetic awareness.

3. Positive Psychology: Learn Take A Mindful Or Spiritual Approach To Our Lives

Some of us prefer to take a mindful or spiritual approach to our lives and the problems in it, while others find a practical, logical method works better.

The Positive Psychology Certificate Course marries together studies of happiness in both science and nature, to provide students with the knowledge of how to find true happiness and contentment. If you let it, this course will help you to change your life.

The expectations that society puts on us, and the human condition itself, bring about many obstructions in the pursuit of happiness. The Positive Psychology Certificate Course explores happiness and the effects modern society have on happiness, as well as how to cope with these environmental factors.

From brain cells to physiology, we discuss the science behind both happiness and sadness. Happiness is about understanding yourself, and a large part of that is based in neuroscience. The course’s second module aids students in understanding the physical, biological changes that occur in our brains on a daily basis, as we feel different things.

Making long term change starts with committing to smaller, more regular changes, which will then make larger changes more accessible, as you will already be well-practiced in changing your mood. Students learn quick consciousness shift/mood lifting techniques, which can be employed to immediately change a person’s mind-set from that of negativity, to positivity.

As an important area to cover when talking about happiness, depression is explored in great detail. The most recent findings on the causes of depressions and how to cope and deal with depression using natural methods, are explored.

The main obstruction when seeking happiness is negative thoughts. We talk about the habit of thinking negatively and how we can cultivate a healthy resilience against this.

The Positive Psychology Certificate Course concentrates on understanding our needs and how to meet them, using the PERMA model. Fully broken down and explained this technique ensures resilience and long-term contentment, happiness, and positivity.

There is a universal need for humans to be engaged with something, as it provides curiosity, zest and gratitude in life. This is also linked to an area that is now commonplace in none-medicated mental health care; mindfulness. We discuss each, the link between them, and how they aid positivity and resilience.

As humans we have a need for social and secure relationships, from our first, biological relationships to the relationship with a life partner.The Positive Psychology Certificate Course explains the science behind this thinking, and then moves on to teach the final two areas of the PERMA model: meaning and accomplishment.

We will also discuss the practical aspects of setting up and running a happiness focussed business.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Positive Psychology Certificate Course is for anyone who wants to be happier (so pretty much everyone) and would like a practical guide that combines the ideas of how to improve your mind from within, with the science of what happens when you follow these actions and understand their positive, physical effects on the brain.

The knowledge learned from within the course should be applied to your own life, whether you feel the need or not (you can never be too happy) but students can also take what they have learned and help others or even use the techniques to aid them in a career in counselling.

4. Relationship Psychology: Discover The Secrets Of Relationship Psychology

The Relationship Psychology - The Soul Mate Secret Course will examine whether it is possible to explain relationships, attraction and love. Relationships are an important part of life because we all need that sense of belonging. As humans, we crave social connections. People cannot live in isolation, although some may choose to live that way temporarily.

In this course, you will discover why you may find yourself feeling indifferent or repulsed by some, but have strong feelings of attraction towards others. Many things impact our feelings towards other people including how close we are geographically, similar personality traits and similar attitudes. All of these are significant factors when it comes to who we are more likely to form relationships with throughout our lifetime and who we are attracted to physically. If the psyche of human relationships is something you would like to learn more about, this course has everything you need and more.

Who would enjoy the course?

The course can be used as a guide to improving your own relationships or the materials can be used with clients to help couples understand one another better and improve their relationship.

Anyone who enjoys the wider subject of psychology or are interested in the psychology and science of how humans develop relationships will enjoy The Relationship Psychology – The Soul Mate Secret Course, which focuses on this specific area.

5. Eating Psychology Coach: Learn About The Psychology Of Eating 

The Eating Psychology Coach Course is an all-encompassing knowledge base for those who wish to learn about, and aid others to understand, their relationship with food and the psychology of eating.

The first half of the course concentrates on aiding the student in their understanding of the psychology of eating and applying it in their own lives, both to benefit themselves as well as to be able to identify with their clients, once they set up a business.

Through this half of the course you will go on a journey of self-understanding; getting to grips with the intricacies of nutrition, ethics, brain-boosting nutrients, mindfulness, and the habit-building effects of emotional eating.

The outcome of what you learn from this will be that you will have a much more balanced relationship with food and a healthier body and mind as a result of this, and there will no longer be the need or desire to diet.

Having gained a comprehensive understanding of the psychology of eating and how this knowledge has improved your own relationship with food, the second half of the course teaches you how to bestow this knowledge onto others by creating and running your own coaching business.

Here you will be given the tools, techniques, protocols and strategies to enable you to become an effective practitioner. You will learn solid, effective coaching skills that will make a difference to your clients by getting to the heart of the challenges and nutritional concerns they face; utilising the specialised understanding of the psychology of eating learnt in this course.

Who would benefit from the course?

This Eating Psychology Coach Course is designed for those that have tried all the diets and got nowhere or have seen only temporary weight loss and health benefits or those who already understand that lifestyle changes and a mindful approach to how we eat will provide lasting health changes, but don’t know where to start.

As half of this course is designed to aid you in becoming an effective coach to others, this course is ideal for students who wish to establish a career in this area or to add to the treatments that they already offer.

6. Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People: Help To Make Positive Changes Through Knowledge

This course explains how parents, teachers, and others who care for children can help to make positive changes through knowledge, change in mindset and the implementation of effective strategies and techniques.

The Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People Certificate Course will look at what we mean by ‘challenging behaviour’ and help us to understand the reasons behind difficult behaviours in children and young people. It will help you understand that there is always a reason for any behaviour, whether it seems obvious to us or not. It is their way of communicating with us, often in the absence of having any other way to do so.

We will look at challenging behaviours across all ages and provide ways of dealing with these. We’ll cover how brain development from birth to the teenage years can account for certain behaviours, so we develop an understanding of what is going on in our children’s minds and how we can help them.

Who would benefit from this course?

The Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People Certificate Course is designed to provide parents, carers, and teachers with a better understanding of child behaviour and the knowledge of how best to deal with it. The results of this will be a vast improvement in the relationships between you and the children in your care, whether in a parental or professional role.

7. Child Psychology: Pursue A Career In Child Psychology

It is the perfect choice for anyone who suspects they might want to pursue in a career in child psychology but does not yet feel they are in complete possession of the facts of what the field entails.

Child psychology is the study of how a young person develops from birth up to adolescence. How he changes emotionally through that time, how his own identity is formed and how he will eventually learn to be able to speak a language. It examines how a child evolves through the processes of information processing and cognitive development.

Behaviourally it looks at how a child begins to understand social behaviours and integrate accordingly. It investigates how motor skills develop, social skills and how identity is formed.

8. Criminal Psychologist: Delve Into The Mind-Boggling World Of Criminal Behaviour

Delve into the mind-boggling world of criminal behaviour, false testimonies and criminal profiling, detecting the reliability of witnesses and providing psychological aid to victims. Take the Criminal Psychologist Course and explore the fundamentals of this field, grasping its core concepts and principles and their applications in the real world.

Although we all have our own understanding of what crime is and what it entails, the Criminal Psychologist Course provides a definition of crime and crime prevalence and looks at why criminal activity is on the rise and the types of crime that exist. You’ll delve deeper into the subject, exploring the psychological, social and economic aspects of criminal behaviour before learning about forensic criminology and its importance and use in society.

Another important subject, Forensic Psychology, is covered. You will learn what it is, how it helps in the understanding and preventing of crime, and how it interacts with the law and other legal areas. You will discover why Forensic Psychology plays such a pivotal role in the courtroom for the defence and other legal attorneys.

Criminal Psychologists understand criminals and their behaviours, their intentions and reactions. This course explains the roles, both in an investigation and in the courtroom, and the scope and future, of those working in this career.

When conducting psychological research, it is important to remain as objective as possible so that the results are not swayed by individual judgement, biases or anecdotal facts. To ensure your understanding of correct research methodology, you will learn the ‘scientific method’ of research – gaining the knowledge of how researchers and psychologists collect data, perform detailed analysis and reach conclusions from their experiments.

Getting to the root of criminality, the Criminal Psychologist Course talks you through the theories behind criminal acts. Theories covered include: Biological and Physiological, Cognitive Theories, Behavioural Theories, Self-Control Theory, and Psychodynamic Theories

When interviewing a suspect, it can be difficult to keep your own feelings and bias under control but it is important to ensure they are unaware of all that you know or suspect. You will discover how criminal psychologists can struggle with the conflict between gut feelings and evidence, and how to make an unbiased and correct decision.

The role of a criminal psychologist doesn’t begin and end with those who have broken the law but also includes working with victims and witnesses. You’ll learn how to work with a victim to extract vital information and how to detect false accusations, along with understanding the reasons they may do this. A victim may also be in need of psychological help especially if they have been subject to violent or aggressive behaviour; you’ll find out how a criminal psychologist can provide support.

Another important person in a case is the witness. As a criminal psychologist, it will be part of your role to interview witnesses and assess credibility and reliability. Through studying the Criminal Psychologist Course you’ll learn how to detect lies, false information, false testimonies, find any links to the suspect or the victim that can bias their information, and gain an understanding of the reliability of memory.

The work done by a criminal psychologist at crime scenes and with suspects, victims and witnesses culminates in an appearance at court. You will learn what role a criminal psychologist plays in court and how witnesses and expert witnesses can affect a jury’s decision.

Who would benefit from this course?

Providing foundational knowledge and insight into the core practices and principles that comprise the role, the Criminal Psychologist Course is perfect if you are considering a career in this area. Not only will you be immersed in the minds of criminals and their behaviours but the course also acts as a comprehensive overview to the necessary degree-level of study required to gain employment in this field.

The course will also prove insightful to those interested in the criminal mind and the reasoning behind criminal behaviour, how the victims of crime can be rehabilitated, how to detect false statements, and the role of a criminal psychologist in legal proceedings.

9. Bipolar Disorder Awareness: Help Those Affected To Lead Healthier, Happier Lives

If you have bipolar disorder or hope to help someone who does, this course gives you a single, comprehensive resource that will enhance understanding and help those affected to lead healthier, happier lives. You will learn about the signs and symptoms, diagnosis and treatments, and how to manage bipolar disorder.

To understand bipolar disorder, you first need to address the issue of mental illness in general. Studying the Bipolar Disorder Awareness Certificate Course, you will learn what is meant by the term “mental illness”. The course covers who is affected, the most common forms of mental illness, why the notion of mental illness itself is sometimes called into question, and how it can be prevented. You’ll also be exposed to what the latest research suggests regarding the causes and prognosis of its various forms.

Bipolar disorder has many different forms and while the common thread is a tendency to experience mood swings, the variations differ in many important ways. Through your studies, you’ll discover the various types and gain an understanding of what they can mean for the sufferer and the symptoms and treatments of each.

The predominant opinion of psychiatrists is that bipolar disorder is caused, maintained and worsened by multiple factors. You’ll learn what researchers have discovered about links between various environmental and biological factors, and mental health.

Often referred to as “the rule rather than the exception”, a bipolar patient is usually diagnosed as suffering from two or more additional psychiatric disorders, though it can be diagnosed alone. The Bipolar Disorder Awareness Course explores the range of comorbid mental illnesses that often co-occur in those with bipolar disorder.

Part of the treatment of bipolar disorder is medication. This course looks at the most commonly prescribed drugs for the various forms of the condition, including how each works, how they are administered, possible side effects, effectiveness, and the risks of taking medication during pregnancy.

Treatment for bipolar disorder isn’t limited to medication, with other supportive measures in place to help those with the condition. One such treatment is psychotherapy, which encourages those with bipolar to discuss their mental health problems. Studying the Bipolar Disorder Awareness Certificate, you will learn more about what psychotherapy is, why it is used, who it may benefit, its specific application in bipolar disorder, and how effective it is.

The prevailing opinion within the medical profession is that bipolar disorder cannot be cured but its effects can be managed. While psychotherapy and medication are effective in reducing the severity of symptoms, it is in making day-to-day changes that a sufferer can prevent mood episodes and decrease the intensity of those that do occur. This course explores the steps that someone with bipolar can take to manage the symptoms of their illness. Such steps include managing diet, exercise, sleep patterns, social support and other lifestyle factors.

Who would benefit from this course?

If you have, or think you may have, bipolar disorder or have a friend or family member who does, this course centralises all the information you need to fully understand the condition and how to manage it.

Similarly, if you work in a position of care or are a therapist, or would like to, the information contained within the course will help you to understand those living with bipolar disorder and enable you to help and give useful, actionable advice to those with the condition.

10. Bullying Awareness: How Adults Can Help A Bullied Child & Recognise The Common Signs Of Bullying

The Bullying Awareness Certificate Course plunges you into the world of someone who is facing bullying at a young age by opening with a case study, told from the first-person perspective of someone who has gone through it. This provides an idea of what it is to live with bullying, the reasons it can occur, and how it affects the lives of those being bullied. From this sobering story, the course moves on to explain what bullying is, the types of bullying, and how to get help and support.

Why bullying occurs may be more intrinsic than we may like to consider. The course explores the anthropological viewpoint of bullying being part of life for many species, not just humankind, and a cultural behaviour meant to establish societal norms. It also looks at certain characteristics that can make children more vulnerable to bullying, why bullies behave as they do, and what cyber bullying is.

Being bullied is a form of trauma and something that can come back to haunt a victim even in adulthood. The Bullying Awareness Certificate Course looks at the effects bullying has on the victim, with the following topics covered: depression and anxiety, isolation, academic performance, sleep patterns and self-confidence. You’ll explore the environmental factors that can leave a child predisposed to bullying and how any abuses they suffer affect their emotional development. The course explains how adults can help a bullied child and recognise the common signs of bullying, and how to conduct an ACEs questionnaire to understand how likely it is a child may suffer additional trauma throughout their life.

Who would benefit from this course?

Taking action against bullying is a responsibility that falls to the caregivers of children – parents, teachers, childminders, and day-care workers. This course outlines how you, in any of these roles, can help children with the issue of bullying whether they are the victims, perpetrators, or bystanders.

The Bullying Awareness Certificate Course is also a useful study for counsellors, as the information contained within will help you to understand the physiological, emotional, physical, and social impact that bullying has on children and adults who have been bullied during childhood.

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The Ultimate Psychology 10 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Psychology

Module 1: What is Psychology?

  • Part 1: History of Psychology
  • Part 2: Key Themes Related to Psychology
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Different Approaches to Psychology

  • Part 1: Developmental Psychology
  • Part 2: Social Psychology
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Research in Psychology

  • Part 1: Research in Psychology
  • Part 2: Variables
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Human Emotion

  • Part 1: Human Emotion
  • Part 2: The Biological Component of Emotion
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 : Stress and Anxiety

  • Part 1: Stress and Anxiety
  • Part 2: Causes of Anxiety
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Personality

  • Part 1: Personality
  • Part 2: Personality Theories
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Sensation and Perception

  • Part 1: Sensation and Perception
  • Part 2: The Psychophysical Approach
  • Part 3: Factors Affecting Perception
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Our Sensory System

  • Part 1: Our Sensory Systems
  • Part 2: The Auditory System
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: How Do We Remember?

  • Part 1: How Do We Remember?
  • Part 2: Forgetting
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Intelligence

  • Part 1: Intelligence
  • Part 2: Intelligence Testing
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: Classical and Operant Conditioning

  • Part 1: Classical and Operant Conditioning
  • Part 2: Operant conditioning
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Applications of Operant Conditioning

  • Part 1: Applications of Operant Conditioning
  • Part 2: Devise your own Behaviour Modification Program
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Other Kinds of Learning

  • Observational Learning
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: Attachment and Separation

  • Part 1: Attachment and Separation
  • Part 2: Patterns of Attachment
  • Part 3: Summary 
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: Parent–Child Interaction

  • Part 1: Maternal Depression
  • Part 2: Trauma and Loss
  • Part 3: Parent- Child Interventions
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Sexual Development and Gender Identity

  • Sexual Development and Gender Identity
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: Social Psychology and the Individual

  • Part 1: Impressions of People
  • Part 2: Cognitive Schemas
  • Part 3: Self and Identity 
  • Module 17 Assessment

Module 18: Prejudice and Discrimination

  • Part 1: Prejudiced Attitudes
  • Part 2: Discriminatory Behaviour
  • Part 3: Theories of Prejudice and Discrimination
  • Module 18 Assessment

Module 19: Attitudes and Persuasion

  • Part 1: Attitudes and Persuasion
  • Part 2: Communication and Persuasion
  • Module 19 Assessment

Module 20: Conformity and Obedience

  • Part 1: Conformity

  • Part 2: Obedience
  • Module 20 Assessment

Course 2 - Psychology of Success

Module 1 About Success

  • Part 1: What is Success?
  • Part 2: Activity 2
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 Neuro Influencers

  • Part 1: The Human Brain
  • Part 2: Activity 1
  • Part 3: Activity 2
  • Part 4: Chemistry in the Brain
  • Part 5: Storage of Beliefs
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 Manage Your Mind

  • Part 1: The Physical Body and Mental Health
  • Part 2: Activity 2
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 Personal Success

  • Part 1: The Ego
  • Part 2: Activity 2
  • Part 3: Assessment Personality vs Ego
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 Mindset & Personality

  • Part 1: What is Personality?
  • Part 2: What is Mindset?
  • Part 3: Mindset Exploration
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 It’s Your World

  • Part 1: It’s Your World
  • Part 2: Activity
  • Part 3: Take Your World Back
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 Success Coaching

  • Part 1: What is Coaching?

  • Part 2: GROW Through Coaching
  • Part 3: Activity
  • Module 7 Assessment

Course 3 - Positive Psychology

Module 1: Happiness

  • Part 1: We Are Being Manipulated
  • Part 2: Activity 1
  • Part 3: A Snippet of Happiness
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Science Behind the Smile

  • Part 1: What is Psychology?
  • Part 2: Neurotransmitters
  • Part 3: The Human Givens Approach
  • Part 4: The Graves Model
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Instant Mood Lift

  • Part 1: Being Grateful
  • Part 2: Positive Thinking
  • Part 3: Habits of Happy People
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Depression

  • Part 1: What is Depression?
  • Part 2: Resilience
  • Part 3: Medication-Free SSRIs
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Negative Thoughts!

  • Part 1: Psychological Happiness!
  • Part 2: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
  • Part 3: RAIN
  • Part 4: Seligman’s PERMA Model
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: PERMA in Practice

  • Part 1: What is Emotion?
  • Part 2: Do You Know Your Strengths?
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Mindful Engagement

  • Part 1: Mindful Engagement
  • Part 2: Meditation
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Exploration of Needs

  • Part 1: Social Needs
  • Part 2: Bowlby’s Attachment Theory
  • Part 3: Life Partners
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Professionalism

  • Part 1: Workplace Positivity

  • Part 2: Regulation
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 4 - Relationship Psychology

Module 1: Introduction to the Psychology of Adult Relationships

  • Part 1: The Importance of Relationships
  • Part 2: Theories of Social Relationships
  • Part 3: Awareness of the Different Types of Relationships 
  • Part 4: How to Create Better Relationships and Greater Family Harmony
  • Part 5: Business Relationships
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The Development of Relationships

  • Part 1: The Development of Relationships
  • Part 2: The stages of relationships 
  • Part 3: Maintaining Relationships
  • Part 4: Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Relationship
  • Part 5: Do You Need Relationship or Marriage Counseling?
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Interpersonal Attraction

  • Part 1: The Science Behind Love
  • Part 2: The Human Nervous System
  • Part 3: Specific Factors that Influence Attraction
  • Part 4: The Law of Attraction and Relationships
  • Part 5: Knowledge of gender differences in choosing the ideal partner
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: The Relationship With Yourself

  • Part 1: The Relationship With Yourself
  • Part 2: Self-Esteem Exercise
  • Part 3: Co-Dependency
  • Part 4: Using NLP
  • Part 5: Reframing Codependent Behaviors
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Building Happy Relationships

  • Part 1: Building Happy Relationships
  • Part 2: The Science of Happiness
  • Part 3: Chemicals in the Brain
  • Part 4: The Role of Resilience
  • Part 5: People Pleasing
  • Part 6: The Doormat Syndrome
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Relationship Skills

  • Part 1: The Five Love Languages or ways people like to receive love:
  • Part 2: 5 Relationships StrategiesTo Keep Love Alive
  • Part 3: Tips for a Healthy Relationship
  • Part 4: Laughter and Relationships
  • Part 5: Using Laughter to Manage Conflict
  • Part 6: Understanding the Rules of Intimacy
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus

  • Part 1: Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus
  • Part 2: Male versus Female Brain
  • Part 3: Biological Differences Between the Male and Female Brain
  • Part 4: Myths and Stereotypes
  • Part 5: Ten Big Differences Between Men’s and Women’s Brains
  • Part 6: What Do Brain Scans Tell Us?
  • Part 7: Social Influences
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Communication Strategies

  • Part 1: Communication Strategies
  • Part 2: Body Language
  • Part 3: Different Language Styles
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: The Soul Mate Secret

  • Part 1: The Soul Mate Secret
  • Part 2: How To Attract Love By Thinking Like Einstein
  • Part 3: How to Manifest True Love
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Therapy and Training for Relationships

  • Part 1: Therapy and Training for Relationships

  • Part 2: Common relationship problems explored
  • Part 3: Relationship Intervention Strategies to Practice at Home
  • Part 4: HEAR – To Hear Your Partner, Stay Present & Listen
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 5 - Eating Psychology Coach

Module 1: What is Eating Psychology?

  • Part 1: Food – What Are We Doing?
  • Part 2: Cellular Level Health
  • Part 3: Nutritionally Deficient
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Diet Awareness

  • Part 1: The Psychology of Learning
  • Part 2: Eating Type Variations
  • Part 3: Emotional Eating
  • Part 4: What is Medical Recognition?
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Addiction

  • Part 1: Addiction
  • Part 2: Sugar
  • Part 3: Caffeine
  • Part 4: Gluten
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Healing Techniques

  • Part 1: Finding Your Reasons
  • Part 2: Intuitive Eating
  • Part 3: Mindfulness
  • Part 4: Meditation
  • Part 5: Peace
  • Part 6: Acceptance and Gratitude
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Successful Therapy

  • Part 1: Nutrition Awareness
  • Part 2: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • Part 3: Hypnotherapy
  • Part 4: Neuro Linguistic Programming
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Coaching

  • Part 1: What is Psychology?
  • Part 2: What is Coaching?
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Skills and Clients

  • Part 1: Basic Coaching Communication
  • Part 2: Questioning Skills
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: The Coaching Blueprint

  • Part 1: Coaching
  • Part 2: GROW MODEL
  • Part 3: Measuring Progress
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Complex Clients

  • Part 1: Multiple Intelligences
  • Part 2: Personality Types
  • Part 3: Clients That Feel Stuck
  • Part 4: Key Skills of a Successful Coach
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Your Coaching Business

  • Part 1: A Business Plan
  • Part 2: Registering Your Business
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 6 - Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People

Module 1 - Defining Challenging Behaviour

  • Part 1: What is Challenging Behaviour?
  • Part 2: Where Behaviour Comes From
  • Part 3: Challenging Behaviour in Babies
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Reasons For Challenging Behaviour and How to Help

  • Part 1: Challenging Behaviour
  • Part 2: Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
  • Part 3: Tips for Parenting a Child with Reactive Attachment Disorder or Insecure Attachment
  • Part 4: Other Reasons for Certain Behaviour
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Inevitable or Preventable

  • Part 1: Inevitable Brain Development
  • Part 2: Teenage Challenges
  • Part 3: Punishment V Consequences
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Methods of Dealing With and Avoiding Challenging Behaviour

  • Part 1: Dealing With Behaviour in Toddlers
  • Part 2: Empathise With Your Child
  • Part 3: Reflective Listening
  • Part 4: Let Them Know You Care
  • Part 5: How to Ask Questions
  • Part 6: Teen Issues
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Coping Strategies and Further Prevention

  • Part 1: Be a Good Role Model
  • Part 2: Rose Coloured Glasses
  • Part 3: The Six Most Common Mistakes Parents Make
  • Part 4: Intention Setting
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Managing Challenging Behaviour in the Classroom

  • Part 1: Behaviour and Discipline

  • Part 2: Global Issues and Concerns
  • Part 3: Strategies for Success
  • Module 6 Assessment

Course 7 - Child Psychology

Module 1: Introduction to Child Psychology

  • Part 1: Child Developments in the First Twelve Months
  • Part 2: Infant Reflexes
  • Part 3: Social development in the first year
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The Formation of Attachments

  • Part 1: Formation of Attachments
  • Part 2: Relevance of animal studies in child development
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Consequences of Breakdowns in Attachments

  • Part 1: Consequences of Breakdown in Attachments
  • Part 2: Implications of theories of attachment
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: The Home, Family and School

  • Part 1: The Home, Family and School
  • Part 2: Study of Effects of Maternal Employment on Children
  • Part 3: Father absent families
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Basic Principles of Research Methods

  • Part 1: Basic Principles of Research Methods
  • Part 2: Independent and dependent variables
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: The Development of Visual Perception

  • Part 1: Introduction to the nature / nurture debate on visual perception
  • Part 2: Bower – Size constancy
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: The Development of Language and Communication

  • Part 1: The Development of Language and Communication
  • Part 2: Outline of language development
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Intelligence and Intelligence Testing

  • Part 1: Intelligence and Intelligence Testing
  • Part 2: Tests of Intelligence
  • Part 3: Advantages & Disadvantages of IQ Testing
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: The Nature/Nurture Debate in the Study of Intelligence

  • Part 1: The Nature / Nurture Debate in the Study of Intelligence
  • Part 2: Stability of IQ
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Data Collection and Interpretation

  • Part 1: Data Collection and Interpretation
  • Part 2: Mean
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: How Children Think

  • Part 1: How Children Think
  • Part 2: Studies on egocentrism
  • Module 11 Assessment

Module 12: Learning Theory

  • Part 1: Learning Theory
  • Part 2: Learning and conditioning – classical conditioning and operant conditioning; including explanations of extinction
  • Module 12 Assessment

Module 13: Freud's Psychodynamic Theory - An Alternative Approach

  • Part 1: Freud’s Psychodynamic Theory – An Alternative Approach
  • Part 2: The five stage theory
  • Module 13 Assessment

Module 14: Moral Development

  • Part 1: Moral Development
  • Part 2: Investigation of moral behaviour
  • Module 14 Assessment

Module 15: The Development of Gender Roles

  • Part 1: The Development of Gender Roles
  • Part 2: Biological, social and cultural theories
  • Module 15 Assessment

Module 16: Aggression in Children

  • Part 1: Aggression in Children
  • Part 2: Psychological theories and aggression
  • Module 16 Assessment

Module 17: Methods Used in Child Development Research

  • Part 1: Methods used in Child Development Research
  • Part 2: Designs for Examining Development
  • Module 17 Assessment

Module 18: Play

  • Part 1: Play
  • Part 2: The consequences of play deprivation
  • Module 18 Assessment

Module 19: Learning in School

  • Part 1: Learning in school
  • Part 2: Types of learning
  • Module 19 Assessment

Module 20: Behaviour Modification

  • Part 1: Behaviour Modification
  • Part 2: Behaviour Modification Techniques
  • Module 20 Assessment

Course 8 - Criminal Psychology

Module 1 - Introduction

  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Outline of Modules
  • Part 3: Conclusion

Module 2: Forensic Criminology

  • Part 1: Crime
  • Part 2: Types of crimes
  • Part 3: What leads to crime?
  • Part 4: Relationship between mental illness and criminality
  • Part 5: Summary
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Forensic Psychology

  • Part 1: What is Forensic Psychology?
  • Part 2: Forensic Psychology and Academics
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Criminal Psychology

  • Part 1: The Four Roles of Criminal Psychologists
  • Part 2: Criminal Conduct
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Psychological Research

  • Part 1: Scientific Method of Research
  • Part 2: Hypothesis formation
  • Part 3: Ethics and Research
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: The Crime Scene

  • Part 1: The Crime Scene
  • Part 2: Profiling
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Theories behind Criminal Behaviour

  • Part 1: Biological and Physiological
  • Part 2: Self-Control Theory
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: The Victim

  • Part 1: Understanding the Victim
  • Part 2: Helping the victim
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Interviewing Suspects

  • Part 1: Criminal Profiling
  • Part 2: Innocent Until Proven Guilty
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: The Witness

  • Part 1: Interviewing a Witness
  • Part 2: Interviewing Techniques
  • Part 3: Is Our Memory Reliable?
  • Part 4: Summary
  • Module 10 Assessment

Module 11: The Court

  • Part 1: The Court
  • Part 2: Strategy
  • Part 3: Summary
  • Module 11 Assessment

Course 9 - Bipolar Disorder Awarness

Module 1: Bipolar Awareness

  • Part 1: What Is Mental Illness?
  • Part 2: Common myths about mental illness
  • Part 3: Are mental illnesses really “illnesses”?
  • Part 4: What should we conclude?
  • Part 5: How is mental illness treated?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The Different Types

  • Part 1: A quick note on terminology
  • Part 2: The history of bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: Is bipolar disorder a progressive illness?
  • Part 4: Challenges in diagnosing bipolar disorder
  • Part 5: Four key controversies relating to the diagnosis and treatment of bipolar disorder in children and adolescents
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Role Of Environmental And Biological Factors In Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: Background information – the nature – nurture debate in psychology
  • Part 2: The role of parenting and family experiences in susceptibility to bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: The role of social support as an environmental factor
  • Part 4: Implications for the treatment of bipolar disorder
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Associated Problems That Frequently Co-occur With Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: Anxiety disorders
  • Part 2: Panic disorder
  • Part 3: Antisocial Personality Disorder
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Medication For Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: What types of drugs are used to treat bipolar disorder?
  • Part 2: The dangers of combining drugs
  • Part 3: Encouraging medication adherence
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Psychotherapy for Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: What is psychotherapy?
  • Part 2: The different schools of psychotherapy
  • Part 3: What are the aims of psychotherapy?
  • Part 4: Who can benefit from psychotherapy?
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Lifestyle Strategies For Managing Symptoms Of Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: Diet and bipolar disorder
  • Part 2: Sleep patterns and bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: Exercise and bipolar disorder
  • Part 4: Social support and bipolar disorder
  • Part 5: Recreational drugs and alcohol use in bipolar disorder
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Caring For and Understanding Someone With Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: How bipolar disorder can lead to problems within personal relationships
  • Part 2: How partners, friends and relatives can educate themselves about bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: How to communicate with someone who is experiencing a mood episode
  • Part 4: Crisis plans
  • Part 5: Acting as a carer for someone with bipolar disorder
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Challenges For Those With Bipolar Across The Lifespan

  • Part 1: Problems faced by children diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Part 2: Problems faced by adolescents diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: Problems faced by young adults diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Part 4: Problems faced by middle-aged adults diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Part 5: Problems faced by older adults diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Bipolar and the Workplace

  • Part 1: The risks associated with unemployment

  • Part 2: Steps employers can take to improve the experience of work for those with bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: How to support a friend or colleague who is experiencing mental illness
  • Part 4: Self-employment for people with bipolar disorder
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 10 - Bullying Awareness

Module 1 – Introduction

  • Introduction
  • Part 1: A Case Study and First Hand Account
  • Part 2: What is Bullying?
  • Part 3: Crisis Resources for the Bullied and Bullying
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 – Setting the Stage

  • Part 1: Bullying and Culture
  • Part 2: Who gets bullied?
  • Part 3: Who Bullies?
  • Part 4: Bullying Point of View: Dave’s Story
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 – The Impact of Bullying on the Bullied

  • Part 1: Bullying and a Child’s Social Development
  • Part 2: Environmental Factors
  • Part 3: Warning Signs a Child is Being Bullying
  • Part 4: Point of View: Elena
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 – The Impact of Bullying on Child Caregivers

  • Part 1: Teacher, Parent, Carer Response to Bullying
  • Part 2: How Not to Make It Better and How to Make It Worse
  • Part 3: Positive Responses to a Bully
  • Part 4: Point of View: Michael
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 – The Long Term Effects of Bullying

  • Part 1: Social Difficulties Associated with Being Bullied
  • Part 2: Point of View: What it Takes to Heal
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – The Aftermath of Bullying for the Bully

  • Part 1: Crossing the Line
  • Part 2: Point of View: From a Bully’s Perspective
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 – Strategies to Help Those Being Bullied

  • Part 1: Ask for Help
  • Part 2: Point of View: Bobby’s Experience
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 – Bystanders: Strategies to Help Bullying Witnesses

  • Bystanders: Strategies to Help Bullying Witnesses
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 – A Long View of Bullying

  • Part 1: Ostracism

  • Part 2: Politics and Bullying
  • Module 9 Assessment
  • Conclusion

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