Clinical Psychology


This course covers the fundamental concepts of clinical psychology, evolution and development of Clinical psychology, readings on normality and abnormality, psychological disorders, clinical assessment, judgement and psycho therapies.

What Will I Learn?

  • Upon completion, the course will introduce students to the vast range of issues clinical psychology encompasses by a scholarly portrayal of the history of clinical psychology, its scope, functions and future and by reviewing it from different theoretical perspectives. The major topics sampled will be: an introduction to the field, including education and training; its historical background; diagnosis and abnormal behaviour; assessment (interview, cognitive, personality, and behavioural); current psychotherapies; research methods; forensic psychology; ethics; and current issues

Topics for this course

12 Lessons


Defining Clinical Psychology

Evolution/Development of Clinical Psychology:

Diagnosis: Definition of Normality/Abnormality

The Clinical Interview

Intellectual and Neuropsychological Assessment-Clinical Judgment-The Assessment of Intelligence-Neuropsychology

Personality and Behavioural Assessment

• Psychotherapy: General Issues; Psychoanalytic; Client-Cantered; Gestalt/Psychological Interventions/The Psychodynamic Perspective/Phenomenological & Humanistic-Existential Perspectives

Psychotherapy: Community; Group/Family therapy and community Psychology

Research Methods in Clinical Psychology



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Material Includes

  • Timothy J. Trull and Mitchell J. Prinstein. Clinical Psychology, Eighth Edition. California: Wadsworth, Cengage Learning, 2014. ISBN-14: 978-0-495-50822-9


  • • Educational documents
  • • CNIC/Passport Copy
  • • Passport Size Picture
  • • Experience letter in relevant field

Target Audience

  • MBBS, FCPS, DHMS, BHMS, DPT or other equivalent qualification