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Clinical Psychology is an applied field of psychology that specializes in the understanding, assessment, diagnosis and treatment of psychological dysfunctions.
Central to the practice of clinical psychology is the use of psychological testing and psychotherapy. Clinical psychologists work together with other mental health professionals to promote psychological health, as well as prevent and relieve psychological problems.
The Master of Clinical Psychology program is a 66-credit hour professional course offered by HELP University through the Faculty of Behavioral Science.
Applicants must have graduated with a Bachelor degree in Psychology, with at least a Second Class Honors (Upper division), and at least a CGPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale), or its equivalent (e.g., a Graduate Diploma in Psychology), from a regionally accredited institution or an appropriately certified foreign institution; AND In addition to their academic qualifications, short-listed applicants must successfully pass an interview (either face-to-face or via teleconferencing) with members of the Selection Committee. The following qualities will be evaluated during the interview:
A high standard of written and oral communication skills (English language)
Ability and willingness to sustain high workloads
Capacity to relate to a wide range of people from different age, gender, ethnic-racial, cultural, socioeconomic, and vocational backgrounds
Experience in clinically-related field is an advantage, but not mandatory
The interview serves as the most important entry requirement in determining the goodness-of-fit between the applicants and this program. Applicants with strong academic qualification may still be rejected if they fail in the interview session.
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