Mental Wellness 30L


Course Description


Mental Wellness 30L is a ministry approved course that will help students (15-22 years in age/grades 9-12) understand different aspects of mental health challenges, mental illness, as well as, create a personalized mental wellness plan. This course should be taken by students who wish to understand their own mental health and wellness, and by those who wish to better understand others around them. Topics of study include the difference between mental health and mental illness, stigma and its impact on the individual, the concept of resilience, and how developing resilience impacts the mental wellbeing of those individuals experiencing symptoms of poor mental health. Students will have access to tools to create a balanced life and wellness in all domains of their lives (mental, physical, spiritual, emotion and social).



Units of Study

  • Introduction (Stigma, Stress, Identity & Resiliency)
  • Brain Anatomy
  • The Impacts of Social Media on Mental Health
  • Wellness Wheel
  • Addictions
  • Mental Health Disorders
  • Community Supports
  • Final Project


Course Materials

Supplied by the DLC

None.

Obtained by Student

None.


Suggested Career Pathways

  • Medicine
  • Counselling
  • Psychology
  • Education
  • Addictions Services

Pre-requisite

None.

Delivery Method

Online Asynchronous


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From Kindergarten to Grade 12, you choose how, when and where learning aligns with your interests, lifestyle and schedule. Then we provide the resources and support that you can access when and where it works for you.

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