Students will demonstrate basic competency in Family Systems and Counselling theories, psychopathology, and clinical modes (models, approaches, techniques, including principles of recovery-oriented care, etc.), simultaneously appreciating multiple dimensions of diversity. The course makes the students exhibit entry-level (or basic) skills in interviewing, assessment, diagnosis and clinical treatment skills. Students will demonstrate entry-level understanding of how to appropriately utilize clinical research to inform clinical practice.
Approved by UGC & Govt of India
Aspirants should have passed Bachelor’s degree from any recognised board with at least 50% marks in aggregate (45% marks in case for SC/ST candidates) or equivalent CGPA. The duration is divided into four semesters.
Future prospect of the course
It creates a strong research oriented theoretical foundation in consonance with recent advances in the discipline of psychology. The course enables students to take a creative, empirical and ethical approach to the program that combines conceptual repertoire and research practices in both quantitative and qualitative traditions.