Phd Clinical Psychology

The PH.D -Clinical Psychology is a four-years training of Clinical Psychologists whose research advances scientific knowledge of psychopathology and its treatment, and who are capable of applying evidence-based methods of assessment and clinical intervention, with relevant knowledge, skills, attitudes and values in the general and specific areas of psychology, addiction studies, family and marital issues, children and adolescent issues, as well as management of trauma that will enable them to effectively meet the needs of society.

Entry Qualification:  A Master’s degree in clinical psychology or counselling psychology, or any other public health background.

Intake: Every September

Mode of study

  • Remote Teaching & Learning via Microsoft Team-Semester
  • Evening classes- Monday-
  • Modular classes for 2 weeks( April, August, Nov/Dec

 

YEAR ONE

SEMESTER  I

SEMESTER II

SEMESTER III

PSY800 Mental Health, the Biblical Narrative and Theology (seminar)

 

 

PSY 802 Advanced Biological,   

         Bases of Behavior

 

PSY  813 Legal, and Ethical

           issues in Clinical

           Psychology

 

PSY 808 History and Systems of Psychology

 

Personal Therapy (50 hrs)

PSY 803 Affective and Cognitive Basis of Behavior

 

 

PSY 801 Clinical Research

             Methods (Quantitive)

 

PSY 806 Cognitive and Neuropsychological Assessments. Psychometrics Lab I

 

 

PSY 900 Contemporary topics in psychological

    

PSY 809- Clinical Research

             Methods (Qualitative)

 

PSY 804 Personality and Behavioural Assessments: Psychometrics Lab 11

 

PSY 812 Fundamentals of Clinical Interviewing & Psychotherapy

 

PSY 805 Clinical Practicum1 (child & adolescent)

 

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YEAR TWO

SEMESTER  I

SEMESTER II

SEMESTER III

 PSY 807 Advanced Statistics in Psychology 1(qualitative)

 

PSY 814 Cognitive & Behavioral Approaches to Treatment

 

PSY815 - Cross-cultural issues in clinical psychology

 

 

 

PSY 817 Psychodynamic Approaches to Treatment

 

PSY 810 Advanced Statistics in Psychology 11(Quantitive)

 

PSY 811 Clinical Application

 

 

PSY 818 Existential –Humanistic Approaches to Treatment

 

PSY 816 Clinical Practicum11- Adults

 

PSY 910 Clinical Psychopharmacology

 

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YEAR THREE

SEMESTER  I

SEMESTER II

SEMESTER III

 

PROQUALS                     Pass/Fail

 

PSY 912 Child & Adolescent Therapy

 OR

PSY913 Marriage & Family Therapy

 

 

PSY 902 Dissertation I: Proposal

               

 Comprehensive Exams     Pass/Fail

 

PSY 903 Professional Clinical Internship

 

 

PSY 902 Dissertation I: Proposal

 

 

PROPOSAL DEFENSE

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YEAR FOUR

PSY 1000 Dissertation II: Final

 

PSY 1000 Dissertation II: Final

 

PSY 1000 Dissertation II: Final

 

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