Clinical psychology courses cover a range of disciplines including mental health, consumer psychology and cognitive behavioural therapy. You will be expected to undertake a number of modules, including philosophy and methodology of applied psychology, statistical methodology, counselling psychology, illness and health, and child development, for the purposes of authoring a thesis. Postgraduate clinical psychology programmes are a means for psychology professionals to develop advanced tools for career advancement and application.
Where: University of the West of Scotland
What: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy PgCert
by mike - January 2015
Its a very good skills based training which has helped me to become a good clinician in my area of work. The way its delivered brings together theory and practice, making sense of even the complex of situations. Credit to the lecture team who have helped me understand how CBT works. Highly recommended.
Psychology is the study of people; their behaviour, motivations, thoughts and feelings. Psychologists are interested in how people act as individuals, and interact in groups. They use their understanding together with counselling and other forms of therapy, to help people avoid, overcome or control their problems. Psychologists use scientific methods to record behaviour. All psychologists are likely to be involved in attending meetings and case conferences, keeping records and writing up reports. There are eight main areas of psychology: clinical psychologists work with people...more
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