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Working As A Clinical Psychologist

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  • 1. Working as a Clinical Psychologist Dr Emilie Cassell Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
  • 2. What is Clinical Psychology?
    • “…includes the scientific study and application of psychology for the purpose of understanding, preventing, and relieving psychologically-based distress or dysfunction and to promote subjective well-being and personal development.”
  • 3. Settings
    • Private Services
      • Privately Run Hospitals, Clinics
      • Private Practice
    • Public Services
      • Inpatient Services (mental health or physical health)
      • Community Services (Tier 2, 3 or 4)
  • 4. Specialities
    • Children and Adolescents
    • Working Age Adults
    • People with Learning Disabilities
    • Older Adults
    • Specialist Services e.g. Brain Injury, Looked After Children, Health, PTSD…
  • 5. Different Types of Activities
    • Assessment (Mental Health and Psychology)
    • Individual therapy
    • Group therapy
    • Family therapy
    • Liaison and consultation
    • Teaching
    • Research and development
  • 6. Process
    • Referral
    • Assessment
    • Care Plan
    • Intervention
    • Follow Up
  • 7. References
    • What is Clinical Psychology?
      • John Hall & Susan Llewelyn
    • How to become a Clinical Psychologist? Getting a foot in the door.
      • Alice Knight