Clinical Psychology & Psychiatry

A fundamental characteristic of clinical psychology is its deep roots into clinical practice, unlike other fields of psychology. The major advances in psychological assessment and treatment that have been introduced by clinical psychologists in the past decades have found their inspiration from their activities in the front-lines delivery of clinical services .The weight and potential growth of clinical psychology lie in its capacity to maintain a strong clinical focus in research and to progress in emerging lines of research that have been developed. The emerging trends of clinical psychology provide important opportunities for developments and treatments in Clinical Psychology.

 

  • Psychological Treatments
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Treatments
  • Current Trends in Clinical Psychology
  • Issues in Clinical Psychology
  • Approaches to Anxiety Disorder Problems
  • Psychological Approaches
  • Issues in Community Psychology

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