Lecture 3 2011

Lecture 3 2011 - Psych/HD 2820 Community Outreach...

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Psych/HD 2820 Community Outreach
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Today’s Lecture 1. When Community Psychology was Born 2. Core Values of Community Psychology 3. The three kinds of Prevention 4. How Community Psych Research is  conducted (and why, and how …) 5. Case Study: Stressful Neighborhoods and  Depression 6. Geoffrey Canada’s early childhood
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Milestones for Community Psychology 1946:   On July 3, President Truman signed the National Mental Health Act,  creating for the first time in US history a significant amount of funding for  psychiatric education and research and leading to the creation in 1949 of  the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH).   1949:   At the Boulder Conference, the doctorate in clinical psychology was  designed and approved, funded by NIMH. 1963:   John F Kennedy began the community mental health movement with a  message to Congress onf mental illness and mental retardation. He  proposed a “bold new approach” which included community mental health  clinics, programs to help maintain people with schizophrenia and other  diseases outside of locked wards. Congress then passed the Mental  Retardation Facilities and Community Mental Health Center Construction  Act.  
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