Clinical & Counseling Psychology

A counseling psychologist has a stronger focus on healthy individuals, who have fewer pathological mental problems. A clinical psychologist has a stronger focus on those with a psychosis or other serious mental illness. This goes back to them taking over some degree of the work previously reserved for psychiatrists.

  • Therapist variables
  • Counseling relationship
  • Counseling ethics
  • Process and outcome research methods
  • Professional training process

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World Congress on Psychiatry and Psychology

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16th World Congress on Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing

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3rd World Depression Congress

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