- In a time when mental health issues are increasing – and increasingly recognised – Clinical Psychology has never been more crucial. Playing your part starts right here.
- A career in Clinical Psychology is seen by many as the pinnacle of a career in Psychology, with students attracted to the challenges that working with a wide range of mental and physical health problems can offer.
- Graduates will often work with those facing anxiety, depression, learning difficulties or relationship issues. With an increased public awareness of the importance of mental health, the opportunities for working within Clinical Psychology and the demand for graduates with an understanding of these issues is on the increase.
- This course is delivered not only by outstanding academic staff, but draws upon our extensive links in hospitals, health centres and Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) to provide frontline staff to share their knowledge and experiences with you.
- This is an excellent platform for progression to postgraduate study, taking you on to a career as a practising Clinical Psychologist.
- You can work with state-of-the-art facilities including our Clinical Health Psychology Suite, Brain Imaging Laboratory and more.
- In your final year you will complete a research project in an area of Clinical Psychology and study two modules dedicated to providing an understanding not only of assessment and treatment but also clinical practice, research and service delivery.
Year 1 Compulsory Modules: Methods and Practice of Psychological Inquiry, Introduction to Developmental and Social Psychology, Introduction to Psychobiology and Cognition, Current Topics in Psychology I. Year 1 Optional Modules: Topics in Forensic and Criminal Psychology, Psychology of the Media, Baby Minds: Psychology of Infant Development, Social Media and Cyberpsychological Behaviour, Clinical Perspectives on Psychological Disorders, Brain and Behaviour. Year 2 Compulsory Modules: Psychological Research 1: Design and Quantitative Methods, Psychological Research 2: Qualitative Methods, Social and Developmental Psychology, Cognitive and Physiological Psychology, Individual Differences, Clinical Psychology. Year 2 Optional Modules: Neurocognitive Development & Disorders, Cyberpsychology Identity and Online Behaviour, Forensic Psychology, Topics and Techniques in Neuroscience. Year 3 Compulsory Modules: Clinical Psychology Project, Application of Clinical Psychology Practice, Clinical Research, Service Delivery, Cognitive Behaviour Assessment and Treatment Planning in Clinical Psychology. Year 3 Optional Modules: Psychological Aspects of Cyberspace Theory, Research and Applications, Understanding Human Behaviour in Cyberspace Current Problems Debates and Insights, Psychology Placement Module, EITHER Violent and Sexual Offending OR Crime: Impacts and Consequences, EITHER Neuropsychological Disorders and Techniques OR Brain Treatments and Behaviour, EITHER Applying Psychology to the Educational Setting OR Advanced Developmental Psychopathology.
How to apply
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
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Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£9250||Year 1|
|Channel Islands||£9250||Year 1|