Psychology: Clinical Psychology
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|Course||EC||Semester 1||Semester 2|
Internship can be 10 or 20EC.
|Basic Therapeutic Skills||5|
|Experimental Clinical Psychology||5|
|Clinical Interviewing and Assessment||5|
|Master Thesis in MSc. Psychology||20|
If you choose to do an internship of 10 EC, add 10 EC electives.
|The Psychodynamic Perspective||5|
|Trainers Course Communication Skills||10|
|Transdiagnostic Approach of Eating Disorders||5|
International Students only
This is a specialisation of the master’s programme of Psychology.
Clinical Psychology is “a field that is concerned with the application of psychological science to the assessment and treatment of mental disorders” (American Psychological Association, 1991). In clinical psychological research, factors that are causally involved in the occurrence, maintenance, and treatment of mental disorders are studied. In evidence-based clinical practice this knowledge is applied in the treatment of different forms of psychopathology in various settings.
The major aim of this MSc programme is to provide students with a theoretical background and basic skills for clinical psychology research, assessment and interventions. This includes the acquisition of knowledge and skills relevant to the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of psychopathology. Students acquire advanced research skills by participating in a clinical psychology research project. Completion of the MSc degree will prepare the student for subsequent academic degrees, including a PhD.
Read more on the Master’s Programme – Clinical Psychology.
The curriculum of the basic master’s programme Clinical Psychology consists of a variety of courses. These are mandatory courses, a master thesis and a master internship.
In the choices of courses, for Dutch students it is important to mind the training requirements for post-master vocational training in health care (Dutch).
A mentor is assigned to all students doing a Clinical Master. Appointments with the mentor are mandatory. The mentor supervises the student and the progress of the study. The mentor is the person to contact if the student has questions about the study. He can also be approached for personal questions about study and profession.
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Choose up to 10 EC, depending on the length of the Internship, from the elective courses
Students can choose to do an Internship for 10 or 20 EC. An Internship for 20 EC includes Organisational, Ethical and Legal Aspects of Health Care and supervision on BAPD-reports. If you choose an internship for 10 ec, you complete the programme with 10 ec elective courses. Please see also the options for doing an internship
For more detailed information about the specialisation Clinical Psychology please contact.
Tel.: +31 (0)71 527 3774
The books are available at a discount via the bookshop of the study association Labyrint on presentation of your Labyrint membership pass. Otherwise they can be bought from academic booksellers.