CampusBryn_Mawr
SemesterSpring_2010
Registration IDPSYCB340001
Course TitleWomen's Mental Health
Credit1.00
DepartmentPsychology
InstructorRosenfeld,Alexis Bennett
Time And DaysMW 2:30pm-4:00pm
Room LocationBYC106
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1293
This course will provide an overview of current research and theory related to women’s mental health. We will discuss psychological phenomena and disorders that are particularly salient to and prevalent among women, why these phenomena/disorders affect women disproportionately over men, and how they may impact women’s psychological and physical well-being. Psychological disorders covered will include: depression, eating disorders, dissociative identity disorder, borderline personality disorder, and chronic pain disorders. Other topics discussed will include work-family conflict for working mothers, the role of sociocultural influences on women’s mental health, and mental health issues particular to women of color and to lesbian women. Prerequisite: PSYC B209 or PSYC B351.
I
Counts toward Gender and Sexuality Studies concentration. This is a
Praxis course. Prerequisite: PSYC B209 or PSYC B351. Enrollment
limited to 20 students.
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CampusBryn_Mawr
SemesterSpring_2010
Registration IDPSYCB340001
Course TitleWomen's Mental Health
Credit1.00
DepartmentGender and Sexuality Studies
InstructorRosenfeld,Alexis Bennett
Time And DaysMW 2:30pm-4:00pm
Room LocationBYC106
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1293
This course will provide an overview of current research and theory related to women’s mental health. We will discuss psychological phenomena and disorders that are particularly salient to and prevalent among women, why these phenomena/disorders affect women disproportionately over men, and how they may impact women’s psychological and physical well-being. Psychological disorders covered will include: depression, eating disorders, dissociative identity disorder, borderline personality disorder, and chronic pain disorders. Other topics discussed will include work-family conflict for working mothers, the role of sociocultural influences on women’s mental health, and mental health issues particular to women of color and to lesbian women. Prerequisite: PSYC B209 or PSYC B351.
I
Counts toward Gender and Sexuality Studies concentration. This is a
Praxis course. Prerequisite: PSYC B209 or PSYC B351. Enrollment
limited to 20 students.
Miscellaneous LinksDepartmental Homepage
Link to Course Catalog Description



CampusBryn_Mawr
SemesterSpring_2010
Registration IDPSYCB340001
Course TitleWomen's Mental Health
Credit1.00
DepartmentPraxis Program
InstructorRosenfeld,Alexis Bennett
Time And DaysMW 2:30pm-4:00pm
Room LocationBYC106
Additional Course InfoClass Number: 1293
This course will provide an overview of current research and theory related to women’s mental health. We will discuss psychological phenomena and disorders that are particularly salient to and prevalent among women, why these phenomena/disorders affect women disproportionately over men, and how they may impact women’s psychological and physical well-being. Psychological disorders covered will include: depression, eating disorders, dissociative identity disorder, borderline personality disorder, and chronic pain disorders. Other topics discussed will include work-family conflict for working mothers, the role of sociocultural influences on women’s mental health, and mental health issues particular to women of color and to lesbian women. Prerequisite: PSYC B209 or PSYC B351.
I
Counts toward Gender and Sexuality Studies concentration. This is a
Praxis course. Prerequisite: PSYC B209 or PSYC B351. Enrollment
limited to 20 students.
Miscellaneous LinksDepartmental Homepage
Link to Course Catalog Description




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