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About this Course
About the Course
In this course, Professor Nick Maguire (University of Southampton) explores models of mental health. In the first lecture, we think about the medical model of mental health and some supporting research. In the second lecture, we think about the mechanisms of pharmacological treatments for psychological illness. In the third lecture, we think about some psychological models of, and treatment for, mental health problems. Next, we think about psychosocial treatments, which incorporate situation and circumstance into methods to tackle mental illness. In the fifth and final lecture, we think about how pharmacological and psychological forms of treatment can complement each other.
About the Lecturer
Professor Nick Maguire is associate professor in clinical psychology in the Psychology Department at the University of Southampton. Professor Maguire’s research interests are primarily in the mental health issues implicated in homelessness, including substance abuse and personality disorders. Some of Professor Maguire’s recent publications include 'Developing Graduate Employability for a Challenging Labour Market: the validation of the Graduate Capital Scale' (2021) and 'Individualised placement and support programme for people unemployed because of chronic pain: a feasibility study and the InSTEP pilot RCT' (2021).