PSYC 406 Introduction to Clinical Psychology
This course explores the empirical evaluation and application of psychotherapy and other mental health interventions. Ethics of clinical psychology are also considered. Students will learn to conceptualize and apply culturally responsive mental health practices. Current issues in the mental health field are discussed. This course is recommended for students considering graduate study in clinical or counseling psychology and related mental health fields.
4 Undergraduate credits
Effective August 1, 1998 to present
- Student will demonstrate an understanding of the empirical and theoretical basis of psychotherapy.
- Student will become familiar with the major research methods used in clinical/counseling psychology.
- Student will learn and apply ethical principles to realistic scenarios in clinical/counseling psychology.
- Student will learn and apply principles of culturally responsive mental health practices.
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