|Location||Online – Synchronous|
This course introduces spiritual care and mental health professionals to research on Muslim mental health, mental health policy in Canada and its application to Muslim populations, and lastly, how spiritual and mental health care can effectively meet the needs of Muslim populations, particularly those living in the Toronto context. An intersectional, social determinants of health, and ecological/systems lens will be applied to glean a contextual understanding of the factors affecting Muslim mental health. Contextual factors such migration, gender, lslamophobia, and mental health issues experienced by Muslim youth populations will be examined in depth in this course.
|Hours Per Week||3|
|Program Requirement||CRPO. 1.1; 1.2 a,b,f; 1.4; 1.5; 2.1 a,b,d,e,g; 2.2; 2.3; 3.2; 3.3 a,b; 3.8 b, 4.2 a,b,c,e; 4.3 a,b,d; 4.5 a,b,r; 4.6 a; 5.1; 5.2|
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|Previously Offered||Fall 2019|
|Currently Offered||Fall 2021|