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Our guide to postgraduate clinical psychology courses

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.

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Poor teaching
by Adam - August 2015

This is a prestigious course, and the setting for the teaching is of a good standard. The real drawback is that some of the teaching from local psychologists is poor.

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