PSY 362 - Clinical Psychology
A survey of clinical psychology that considers types of problems, diagnostic instruments, clinical orientations, ethics, and the professional role of the clinical psychologist. Students learn to describe and differentiate among psychodynamic, behavioral, cognitive, humanistic, family and group approaches to treatment. Discussions, demonstrations, and supervised laboratory experiences provide opportunities to relate theoretical knowledge to interviewing, establishing rapport, and basic record-keeping. Prereq: PSY 201 and either PSY 322 or PSY 462 , or permission of instructor. Term(s) Offered (F=Fall, Sp=Spring, Su=Summer): Sp.
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