WELCOME to PSYC 436

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WELCOME to PSYC 436 Introduction to Clinical Psychology
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Introductions Colleen Byrne, Ph.D. UVA undergraduate work--Psychology Major Emory University graduate work Tampa VA Internship Beyond Words Postdoc—Atlanta EastRidge CMHC Job Corps, emergency commitment evals, court- appointed psychologist, led child team Psychology Clinic Director Train graduate students, run Clinic, teach
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Introductions continued… Name Career interests Recreational interest Favorite TV show when you were 10
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Personal Views on Clinical Psychology Psychotherapy provides invaluable connection between
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Unformatted text preview: people available nowhere else in society Evidence-based psychotherapy works Caveats: The reasons therapy works are not fully understood. The interpersonal relationship is just as important as the type of intervention. Interventions created by research need rigorous testing in the field. Purpose of this class Learn about the multifaceted field of Clinical Psychology Is it right for me? Become a skeptical, critical-thinker Evaluate research fairly Learn to recognize what you dont know...
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2011 for the course PSYC 436 taught by Professor Dr.andrealeiman during the Spring '10 term at Maryland.

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