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PSYC 3336 Clinical Psychology (Fall/Spring: 3 )


Course Description

Issues associated with the treatment of psychological disorders will be examined. The concepts of normality and pathology will be discussed in the context of various models of intervention. Several different schools of psychotherapy will be covered, with an emphasis on the theoretical assumptions and practical applications of each perspective. Studies on the effectiveness of psychotherapy will be reviewed. The clinical training and professional practices of psychologists will be discussed.


Instructor(s): Karen Rosen

Prerequisites: PSYC2234

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Last Updated: 06-Feb-15