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Master's in Clinical Psychology

Become an expert in psychological care and make a difference in the lives of your patients! Train as a highly skilled professional committed to the mental health and emotional well-being of individuals. Our program will provide you with a solid theoretical and scientific foundation in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), enabling you to understand, analyze, and efficiently apply knowledge, processes, models, and theories in your clinical practice with the adult population.

Why study a Master's in Clinical Psychology at Laramie University?

Master's in

Clinical Psychology Curriculum

• Assessment of psychological disorders

• Initial assessment and information gathering methods

• Information gathering methods

• Interpretation of results and assessment report

• Therapist skills in assessment

• Treatment plan design and assessment of results

• The interview process

• Phases of psychological interview

• Psychological interview skills

• Therapist errors. Resolution of situations

• Therapeutic relationship and communication

• Conceptual approaches to therapy

• Cognitive restructuring

• Behavior modification techniques

• Behavioral experiments

• Modeling, behavioral control, and complementary techniques

• Fundamentals of health promotion and prevention

• Applications of health promotion

• Mental health prevention programs

• Promotion of psychological well-being

• Ethics, bioethics, and professional ethics

• Theories and models of learning

• Learning strategies

• Attention and intervention for diversity

• ICT applied in learning intervention

• Psychological assessment processes

• Behavior modification techniques in child and adolescent populations

• Cognitive-behavioral intervention techniques in child and adolescent populations

• Anxiety disorders in child and adolescent populations

• Depression and bipolar disorders in child and adolescent populations

• Neurological development disorders (ASD, ADHD)

• Conduct disorders and intervention in substance abus

• Eating disorders

• Child and adolescent neuropsychology

• Child and adolescent psychopharmacology

• Health psychology

• Social skills and assertiveness training

• Anxiety disorders

• Depressive disorders

• Personality disorders

• Eating disorders

• Substance abuse, toxic habits, gambling, and new addictions

• Psychogeriatrics

• Psycho-oncology and grief therapy

• Psychopharmacology

• Couples therapy: etiology and assessment

• Couples therapy: diagnosis and intervention

• Intervention for infidelity and jealousy

• Psychologist's role in assisted reproduction treatment (ART)

• New family models

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Admission Profile for the Master's in Clinical Psychology

The applicant seeking admission should have completed their high school studies and possess the following qualities:

• Comprehensive understanding of psychological assessment methodologies.

• Ability to apply diverse assessment tools for accurate diagnosis.

• Skillful interpretation of assessment results for treatment planning.

• Empathetic Connection and Therapeutic Aptitude.

• Natural ability to establish rapport and trust with clients.

• Demonstrates active listening and empathy during therapeutic sessions.

• Utilizes a variety of therapeutic techniques tailored to individual needs.

• Ethical Commitment and Professionalism.

• Adherence to ethical guidelines and standards in clinical practice.

• Maintains confidentiality with a strong sense of professional integrity.

• Demonstrates respect for clients’ rights and dignity in all interactions.

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