M. Phil. Clinical Psychology program provides a cohesive and meaningful training so that the trainees develop to their fullest potential and shall be able to discharge their responsibilities competently as clinicians, teachers/trainers, researchers and administrators in the field of mental health. The aim of this course is to prepare the trainee to function as a qualified professional Clinical Psychologist in the areas of mental and physical health by offering Diagnostic, Therapeutic, Rehabilitative, Administrative services, and to work towards promoting the well-being and quality-of-life of individuals. The course is developed as a rigorous two-year program with extensive theoretical inputs and widespread clinical experience to acquire the necessary skills in the area of Clinical Psychology.
- Government and Private Hospitals, Private Practice, Forensic and Military settings,Teaching and Research
Various Roles of Clinical Psychologists
- Psycho diagnosticians, Adult Psychotherapists, Marital & Family therapists, Child clinical Psychologists, Clinical Health Psychologists, Clinical Neuropsychoologists, Psycho-oncologists
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