Clinical Psychology is the practice of assessing, diagnosing, treating and preventing mental and emotional disorders, ranging from anxiety, depression, adjustment disorder, emotional adjustment disorders to severe disorders like mood disorders, schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders. Clinical Psychologists typically specialize in one or more of these sub-specialties: Child mental health, Adult mental health, Learning disabilities, Emotional disturbances, Substance abuse, Geriatrics, Health psychology, net addiction.
The primary job of a student trained in clinical psychology is to assess patients, diagnose the mental, emotional or behavioral disorder and recommend a treatment. Which includes counseling, behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, other psychological and mindful therapy.
These candidates may work for the government or private hospitals, mental health facilities, or they may practice privately. Some of them also work in academic institutions for research and teaching purposes. They also corporate organizations/ industrial setup and other institutions where humans are involve.
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