Clinical Psychology DoctorateCoventry University
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Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?
The Clinical Psychology Doctorate is a joint degree between Coventry University and the University of Warwick, the aim of which is to train clinical psychologists for work in the NHS and related settings, in accordance with the requirements of both the British Psychological Society's Committee on Training in Clinical Psychology and for registration as a clinical psychologist.WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?
The benefits of this course include the following:
- access to the combined facilities of both universities;
- encourages the creative use of psychological concepts and theories in order to solve problems in clinical settings;
- the content of this programme encourages a collaborative and cooperative group ethos;
- there is a firm emphasis on personal and professional development;
- all trainee fees and salaries are funded by the NHS Executive West Midlands;
- clinicians will act as personal tutors for trainees and all trainees on this programme will have access to a regional 'Therapy Network,' offering personal therapy for those experiencing distress.
Study time is divided between academic and research training, at both Coventry and Warwick Universities, and clinical placements in the NHS. During the second and third years of the course, students will complete a research thesis of publishable quality.
The programme focuses mainly on evidence-based practice and critical evaluation of both psychological literature and clinical practice.
The course places great emphasis on personal and professional development, enabling trainees to become reflective practitioners.
For further information on this course see our list of frequently asked questions (pdf, 100kb)."