PSYC BC2156 Clinical Psychology. 3 points.
Prerequisites: Both BC1001 and BC2141, as well as one of the following: BC1125 Personality, BC1107 Psychology of Learning, BC1119 Systems and Behavioral Neuroscience or BC1129 Developmental Psychology. Or BC1001 and permission of the instructor.Enrollment limited to 35 students.,\n3 points.
An introduction to the field of clinical psychology aimed at 1) becoming familiar with professional issues in the field and 2) comparing therapeutic approaches for their utility and efficacy. Therapeutic approaches covered include psychodynamic therapies, cognitive behavior therapies, family/child therapies. The course will critically examine a variety of professional issues including ethical dilemmas, clinical assessment and diagnosis, and use of technology in therapy.