The course provides theoretical knowledge and practical skills in adult and child clinical psychology. The focus is on etiology, assessment, diagnosis, case conceptualisation, and empirically supported treatment of the most common adult and child clinical problems. These problems will be considered within the individual’s relevant social context, including family, school, and peers. The course covers best practice guidelines and is guided by a scientist-practitioner approach.
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