Suffolk University’s PhD in Clinical Psychology program looks to train students to be capable clinical psychologists who operate with ethical and cultural perception in research, clinical, academic or community settings. Suffolk students are shown the methods triggering adaptation and maladaptation inside a social and biopsychosocial frame. Through all facets of training, the program inspires an awareness of and admiration for diversity.
Suffolk’s faculty tackle intervention and analysis from a variety of standpoints, including behavioural, cognitive-behavioural, humanistic, developmental, psychodynamic, systemic and integrative/eclectic. The university’s intent is to empower students to take a creative, experimental, and principled approach to analytical and therapeutic issues among varied populations.
Bircham University’s Clinical Psychology program divulges the tremendous potential of clinical psychology to aid individuals, groups and society. The program gives broad knowledge of this challenging discipline from a clinical perspective that incorporates psychology, biology and the chemistry concentrated on the treatment of different pathologies. It also examines the roles and responsibilities of the modern clinical psychologist, his scientific underpinnings and his theoretical focusses.
Subjects covered on this course include: Neural Science, Causes of Mental Disorders, Biological Psychology, Mental Biochemical Balance, Cellular Neurobiology, Developmental Neurobiology, Psychophysiology, Psychopathology, Psychopharmacology, Drug Addictions, Natural Psycho-Medication, Herbs Psychopharmacology, Clinical Psychology & Therapeutic Practice.
The Clinical Psychology program is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree levels.