Clinical Psych PHDNovember 4, 2015 – 05:53 pm

Clinical Psych PHD

The UWM Clinical Psychology program strongly believes in the scientist-practitioner model of training. To us, the scientist-practitioner is not a dual entity consisting of separate research and clinical repertoires. Rather, he or she is a professional psychologist who uses knowledge of research to guide practice and who is fully capable of conducting research in the context of practice (or independent of practice). The UWM Clinical Psychology Program…

Clinical Health Psychology ProgramsOctober 18, 2015 – 06:44 pm

Clinical Health Psychology Programs

The Clinical Psychology program adheres to the Boulder Conference Scientist-Practitioner Model. Students who are interested in the science and practice of Clinical Psychology will match well to our program. It is essential that students in this program aspire to be excellent researchers as well as excellent practitioners. Graduates are eligible for licensure as clinical psychologists and health services providers in psychology, and may assume positions…

PHD in Health PsychologyOctober 15, 2015 – 05:23 pm

PHD in Health Psychology

These are the minimum requirements for the PhD from the Biological and Health Psychology Program. The Biological and Health Psychology Program subsumes two academic tracks, one in Biological and Health Psychology alone, and the other in consortium with the Clinical Psychology Program. Except as noted, Clinical/Health Psychology Program students satisfy the same degree requirements as nonclinical Biological and Health Psychology Program students, in…

British Journal of Health PsychologyOctober 7, 2015 – 10:53 am

British Journal of Health Psychology

The Manchester Centre has strong affiliations with national and international research partners, NHS trusts, NICE and learned organisations. Within The University we have strong existing collaborations with research centres, institutes and schools from the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences; our collaborations enable us to undertake research across a broad range of applied health and behavioural medicine arenas. The configuration of the Faculty…

Theorists in PsychologyOctober 6, 2015 – 08:00 am

Theorists in Psychology

There is a conspiracy to hide the truth from us. What is the real story? Many people doubt, for example, the official story about the terrorist attacks of 9-11. Some people suspect there was another cause, a cover-up, a conspiracy. In a just published study, researchers have investigated not the 9-11 story, but instead the people who believe 9-11 conspiracy theories. The truth is out there. Why do some people believe 9-11 conspiracy theories? Do they…

Mental Health Careers ListFebruary 21, 2015 – 02:57 pm

Mental Health Careers List

The following mental health professionals can provide psychological assessments and therapy; however, cannot generally prescribe medications (although some states will allow it): Clinical Psychologist – A psychologist with a doctoral degree in psychology from an accredited/designated program in psychology. Psychologists are trained to make diagnoses and provide individual and group therapy. School Psychologist – A psychologist with an advanced degree…

Health Psychology a Cultural ApproachAugust 5, 2011 – 03:55 pm

Health Psychology a Cultural Approach

With a conversational style that conveys the excitement, research base, and real-world applications of the field, Regan A. R. Gurung introduces students to health psychology with an integrated cultural perspective. commendable goal of being comprehensive yet extremely accessible. Gurung focuses on key determinants of behavior, such as family, ethnicity, and religion, which are not always highlighted in health psychology books. Packed with the most…