Certified in Parenting and Family Psychology

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About Course

This course covers basic and advance guidelines in treating and developing child. How child psychology develops and how parents and surroundings influence child mental development. This covers a comprehensive outlook of parenting and family management. The course contents provide a better description for this course.

What Will You Learn?

  • After successfully completing this course you should be able to:
  • Understand and explain the key theoretical models related to parenting and family development.
  • Distinguish between functional and dysfunctional family interaction patterns, and describe how these develop.
  • Apply a variety of assessment tools and instruments to the evaluation of family interactions.
  • Describe how parenting and the family environment contribute to lifelong adjustment.
  • Evaluate the research literature to assess the evidence base for parenting and family interventions within a developmental and public health framework

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Course Curriculum

Module 1

  • An ecological perspective in understanding child development
  • Social learning influences
  • The role of fathers in child development
  • Assessment of parenting and family relationships
  • Assignments

Module 2

  • Effects of parenting on children’s development: Language, communication, cognition, schooling
  • Effects of parenting on children’s development: Children health, physical activity and nutrition
  • Effects of parenting on children’s development: Children with developmental disorders
  • Determinants of parenting: work, poverty and financial stress
  • Assignments


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