University of Exeter
This programme prepares trainees for work as clinical psychologists in the National Health Service (NHS). The programme is regulated by the Health Professions Council (HPC) and is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS). On successful completion of the course trainees are able to apply for registration as a Practitioner Psychologist with the HPC in order to practice. In addition successful completion of the 3 year programme confers eligibility for chartered clinical psychologist status with the BPS. Those who join the programme are registered as University postgraduate research students and trainee psychologists, working with an NHS contract in the South West of England. The programme is based on a reflective scientist practitioner model. As such, it draws on the research/evidence-base to inform clinical activities. This approach is reflected in each of the 3 modules. The critical role of research evidence as a unifying perspective for research experiences and clinical activities is viewed as a fundamental aspect of the programme. This integration is achieved through course work, research and clinical activities and the latter 2 experiences are achieved by close working relationships with selected faculty members. This learning-by-doing approach benefits students by continuously involving them in active research projects as well as supervised clinical practice.
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|DClinPsy||Full-time||October 2016||-||3 years|
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