The teaching, research and continuous professional training programme of the section of Clinical Psychology has a clear focus on development, understanding and intervention for psychological difficulties across the lifespan.
The main areas of taught study are the professional training programmes in Clinical Psychology (DClinPsychol) and in Applied Psychology for Children and Young People (MSc). We hold a strong ethos of research based teaching and aim to integrate doctoral and PhD level study with our developing programmes of research.
We also offer programmes of training in psychological therapies and Continuous Professional Development for graduates and professionals working in mental health and related services.
These programmes are funded by the NHS and have a competitive application process for a specified number of salaried places.
This programme qualifies graduates for registration as a Clinical Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council and as a Chartered Clinical Psychologist with the British Psychological Society.
This programme trains psychology graduates to become competent practitioners in applied psychology for children, young people and families.
This programme examines child and adolescent mental health practice through the lens of developmental psychology and psychopathology.
This fully online programme covers the core elements of psychological theory and research in the promotion of well-being and mental health.
This programme provides foundation training in CBT for practitioners currently working in a mental health context.
This programme provides theoretical and practical training in evidence-based therapies with children and young people for mental health practitioners.
A variety of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses for people working in mental health and associated settings.
These programmes provide the opportunity to do a substantial piece of research in an area linked to clinical and health psychology, developing excellent research skills in the process.
This article was published on Oct 22, 2013