PSYC6406Clinical Seminar: Special Topics I3 ch
The aim of this clinical seminar is to provide students with an advanced, critical understanding of theory and research on selected topics relevant to the practice of clinical psychology. Topics will rotate depending on the expertise of the instructor. Where relevant and possible, a lifespand perspective will be adopted. Possible topics include, but are not limited to, working with families or groups, sexual problems, autism, health psychology, forensic issues, and neuropsyhology. Students are expected to be activley involved in discussion of assigned readings and class presentations. Basic skills will be acquired through videotape demonstrations, role-plays, and peer-to-peer practice of specific assessment of therapeutic elements.