The Clinical Psychologists go through vigorous training’s in administering psychological tests, interpreting the results and diagnosing patients. This training includes writing reports and learning how to evaluate reports and referrals. They are further trained for conducting therapeutic sessions using the various theories of Psychotherapy (like Psychoanalytic, Cognitive Behavioral, Humanistic etc) focusing on techniques and styles specially designed for the treatment of specific disorders. The students practice through role playing, behavioral rehearsals, modeling and content analysis of their sessions. They are provided with expert supervision by practicing psychologists and Professors with years of clinical and supervisory experience.
For 1 year Programme: PMD in the relevant field of Psychology with a minimum of 50% marks (in annual system) or CGPA 2.5/4.0 (in semester system). GAT (General) with minimum 50% marks required at the time of admission.
For 2 years Programme: Minimum 16 years of education in the relevant field of Psychology with a minimum of 50% marks (in annual system) or CGPA 2.5/4.0 (in semester system). GAT (General) with minimum 50% marks required at the time of admission.
|Course Code||Course Title||Contract Hours|
|CPSY 711||Advanced Research Methods in Psychology||3||2||1|
|CPSY 721||Techniques and Tools of Psychological Assessments||3||2||1|
|CPSY 731||Classical Approaches to Psychotherapy||3||3||–|
|Course Code||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|CPSY 710||Internship I||6||–||6|
|CPSY 712||Statistical Interferences in Psychology||3||3||–|
|CPSY 722||Advanced Psycho-diagnosis||3||2||1|
|CPSY 732||Contemporary Approaches to Psychotherapies||3||3||–|