Please forward this error screen to sharedip-1071803249. Psychology with Clinical Psychology degree covers broad concepts of general psychology alongside specialised modules that aim to develop students’ understanding of what is involved in working with a range of client groups in clinical settings. Topics such as Approaches to Treatment and Therapy, Mental Health and Counselling Skills have been designed to EEG preparation for the study of child students to embark on postgraduate study, to practise clinical psychology in a range of settings, or to work in therapeutic areas. This degree aims to address the key concepts and practices of psychology, while also aiming to provide a level of specialised knowledge in clinical psychology.
The course is designed to be especially suited to those students considering a career in health or social services. A key aim of the degree is to provide students with the opportunity to develop a realistic appreciation of the work of a clinical psychologist. Guest lectures by experienced psychologist practitioners aim to introduce students to issues in professional practice. The course is also designed to prepare students for further training at postgraduate level — the next step towards becoming a Clinical Psychologist. Is This Course Right For Me? This course is designed for students that are looking for a programme that aims to allow them the opportunity to gain an understanding of the scope of clinical psychology theory and practice, while at the same time providing the basis for professional accreditation as a Chartered Psychologist.
The course aims to produce graduates who are critical thinkers and independent researchers. This means that graduating students are expected to be able to tackle psychological problems and issues as independent researchers taking a critical and analytical approach. The course also aims to engender in students an ability to reflect on the nature of human behaviour in an informed and systematic manner, and to provide them with an opportunity to gain an understanding of the scope of clinical psychology theory and practice. During the final year, students may choose from a wide selection of optional modules and are expected to complete an extended independent study. At this stage, it is expected that the majority of students’ studies will be determined by their interests and career aspirations. Teaching takes place in large lecture rooms, smaller seminars and workshops and in small groups, depending on the level and the topic. In addition, staff use the intranet to provide materials to support teaching and have regular drop in sessions for students.