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Psychiatric Rehabilitation TechniquesTecnica della riabilitazione psichiatrica

General information

Classification of Scholarly Field L/SNT2 Health professions for rehabilitation
Application and Admission Limited enrolment with admission test. How to apply
Course Duration 3 years
Course Attendance Mandatory
Course Language Italian
Course Location Azienda Ospedaliera Luigi Sacco - via G.B. Grassi 74 - Milano
Head of Studies Gabriella Ba
Course Website Programme Description



Course Objectives

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Techniques graduates are healthcare professionals responsible for the provision of rehabilitative and training services to individuals with psychic disabilities, as part of a therapeutic project drawn up by a multidisciplinary team.

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Techniques graduates assist in evaluating the psychic disabilities and capacities of the individual, analysing their needs and evolving requirements, and identifying resources available within the family and socio-environmental sphere.

They help to identify the curative, training and psychiatric rehabilitation objectives, and to draw up a targeted intervention programme to promote the recovery and development of the patient. They offer treatment directed at training and rehabilitating individuals in terms of self-care and interpersonal relations of varying degrees of complexity, as well as to permit entry into employment, where possible.

They provide primary prevention services in the community, so as to promote the development of relational networks, foster the acceptance and management of risk situations for pathologies in evidence; work with individuals’ families and social environments, so as to encourage their re-instatement into the community; assist with the training of support staff; and directly contribute to the updating of their professional profile.



Career and Employment

Graduates in Psychiatric Rehabilitation Techniques can practise their profession, which relates to the rehabilitation and social re-integration of patients, in public or private health facilities:

  • mental health centres
  • day centres
  • residential rehabilitation communities
  • Psychiatric Diagnosis and Treatment Services
  • Legal Psychiatric Hospitals
  • drug addiction services
  • eating disorder services
  • child neuropsychiatry services
  • services for adolescents
  • assisted living residences and rehabilitation services for the elderly, community centres for minors, the elderly, families etc. for the provision of preventive, educational and rehabilitative services.