Mental health is generally used to refer to someone who has a high level of adaptive and behavioral emotion, not just who is not a mental ill. Mental health means emotional and psychological health. In a way that one can use his thinking and abilities, the person has the ability to function in the community and meet the common needs of everyday life. Fortunately, the mental health movement has for the past half century been abandoning the misconceptions and superstition about mental ill firstly, mental illness is preventable and secondly, if diagnosed and treated in a timely manner, like other diseases, they will be reduced to the same extent as chronic and complications. Mental health is important because it has a direct relationship with “individual-social performance” and psychosocial harm, and this has led to the development of a mental health education program. In this tutorial, you will learn how to diagnose and treat mental illnesses. This training course is provided by OXFORD EDU in various countries.