University of Technology Sydney

96844 Advanced Psychological Assessment and Intervention

6cp; 3 x 1 hour (online, e.g. Zoom), 15-20 hpw (self-directed study and participation in module activities)
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Psychological practice involves conducting valid and reliable assessments and determining appropriate evidence-based intervention strategies to promote behavioural change and symptom reduction. In this subject, students step into the shoes of both psychologist and patient to gain advanced insights into psychological assessment and interventions through experiential learning. Students learn about the scientist-practitioner model, and core concepts in mental health and applied psychology. They develop important professional skills relevant to a future career in psychological science or clinical practice via interactive learning experiences and group collaboration.

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