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Unit outlines will be available through Find a unit outline viva models darlington weeks before the first day of teaching for level and level units, or one week before the first day of teaching for all other units. Accredited coursework Clinical Psychology Unit of study table Sample enrolment Unit of study descriptions Learning outcomes Nutrition and Dietetics Unit of study table Unit of study descriptions Modwls outcomes Veterinary Medicine Unit of study table Unit of study descriptions Learning outcomes.
Clinical Psychology Unit outlines will be available through Find a unit outline two weeks before the first day of teaching for level and level units, or one week before the first day of teaching for all other units. Clinical Psychology. Note: Enrolment is restricted to students enrolled in the Master of Clinical Psychology degree at the University of Sydney. In this unit of study students will develop the practical skills of clinical psychology practice and apply these skills with child and adult cases during clinical skills practice in the Psychology Clinic.
An emphasis is placed on skill development through active learning observation, modelling, role playfeedback and intensive supervision. Specific topics addressed in the unit include concepts and practices related to clinical assessment and formulation e. Where relevant, attention is given to the distinct clinical skills involved in effective practice concerning problems of childhood versus adulthood, and the use of such skills as part of culturally responsive practice with diverse client populations.
Attention is also given to practical procedures involved in the operation of mental health clinics e. This unit introduces current perspectives on the conceptualisation and treatment of child and adult psychopathology. Core theories and models are presented within a developmental-ecological framework, and examined in relation to the aetiology, course, and maintenance of common psychological problems. Theoretical and practical skills-based training addresses core consultation processes e.
Content related to children and adolescents focuses primarily on evidence-based psychosocial interventions for the major externalising disorders in these periods e. In line with current best-practice guidelines, an emphasis is placed on placed on processes that are ecological and family-centred e. Content related to younger and older adults includes evidence-based psychosocial interventions for anxiety disorders e. Throughout the unit attention is given to issues involved in the culturally responsive delivery of mental health interventions with diverse client populations.
In this unit students will develop expert understanding of theories and acquire advanced clinical skills that are important for psychological assessment of children and adults. The unit is based on the scientist-practitioner model which highlights the importance of critical thinking and utilisation of up to date research in selection of viva models darlington and techniques to be used in assessments.
The unit will promote a clinical approach that integrates clinical history, presentation and obtained from psychometric testing when appropriate to form an opinion. Assessment and management of suicide risk will also be covered.
It will develop a conceptual framework for understanding core psychological and developmental disorders, and assessment of these disorders. The unit will focus on assessment of behaviour, affect and cognition across the lifespan. Students will be taught how to undertake psychological assessments and how to communicate these complex findings to a range viva models darlington audiences. This unit will introduce students to current standards of ethical and professional practice in clinical psychology and promote life-long learning and understanding.
Students will learn to apply current relevant legal framework, mental health practice standards, and the code of ethical practice. The unit will also strengthen theory-practice links by exposing students to a range of topics that are relevant to ethical and professional issues that present in the Viva models darlington Clinic and later in professional life, including cultural competence. Students will attend lectures on research methods and evaluation in clinical research, and a series of seminars where they will listen to second year students who will present clinical cases and brief research presentations.
Within this unit of study, students will also begin to plan their own research project and submit a preliminary research proposal. Vivw students are required to modsls and contribute to discussion of case and research seminar presentations throughout the semester, and are expected to attend the School Colloquium. Students will formally present their research plan in order to receive a range of feedback from academic members of the School of Psychology.
Students will also, under the guidance of their research supervisor, submit their ethics application, as necessary. Note: Department permission required for enrolmentin the following sessions:Semester 1. A cognitive-behavioural approach is dqrlington in this placement for adult work. It will also provide an introduction to the practice of conducting psychometric assessments with the aim of achieving competency in the administration, scoring, interpretation and report writing for these assessments.
It is expected that three to four cases will be undertaken, but additional cases may be prescribed until a student reaches competency. All students will also conduct child, adolescent or family therapy under the supervision of clinical psychologists with expertise in this area. Students may be offered the opportunity to run a group, subject to availability. Students will be allocated to specific supervisors for adult and child, adolescent and family therapy.
While supervisors vary in the format in which they offer supervision, with a mixture of individual, group and observation formats being offered, supervision is intense and with a high level of observation by supervisors throughout the placement. A wide range of clinical texts are available for consultation in the School of Psychology Test Library.
The health psychology component will examine the relationships between psychological and physical functioning across a range of medical disorders and the way in which cognitive and behavioural factors influence psychological and physical functioning of those with health-related problems. This component of the course will be concerned viva models darlington theories and interventions that improve quality of life for people with medical problems. The course will aim to investigate theories and practice in the areas of adjustment to illness, working with patients and their families darllngton chronic illness and dealing with death and dying.
The dwrlington component of this unit of study will introduce students to core neuropsychological concepts in the common disorders that involve the central nervous system.
Lectures will include theoretical components, case presentations, informed by a research evidence base and discussions. The aim of this unit is to introduce students to specialised modes of assessment and treatment beyond the core models and diagnoses they have learned about to date. This includes both complex presentations in individuals and complex dynamics and interventions in couples and families.
Family therapy will be a specific viva models darlington and students will be introduced to the history of family therapy, including structural, systemic, post-Milan, solution-focused and narrative models. Contemporary approaches will also be included, especially Open Dialogue. Students will be given ample opportunity to both observe and participate in demonstrations and role plays. The Maudsley model of family therapy for anorexia will also be taught, including an opportunity to hear from a family who has experienced it who will the class to tell their story.
This unit of study will also provide students with an opportunity to be taught directly by a wide range of clinicians working in the field in specialized areas. Visiting lecturers will bring their scholarly, practical and real-world knowledge into the classroom, preparing students for work with complex problems including psychosis, bipolar disorder, drug dependence, somatoform disorder and more.
Issues of bereavement and working with issues related to gender and sexuality will also be a focus, preparing students to work with important issues beyond diagnostic. All students will present a clinical case and prepare written case report s. The case presentation requirement ensures that students demonstrate their clinical psychology competencies in a format in which they use oral presentation skills and critical thinking skills in needing to repond to on-the-spot questions and feedback from clinically qualified academic staff.
The case report requirement ensures that students demonstrate competent report writing skills, and that they are provided with feedback from clinically qualified staff on competencies including assessment and history taking, formulation, the development and implementation of an intervention plan, and the monitoring of its effectiveness. Students are required to complete one adult therapy, one child assessment or therapy, and one assessment case report across all case and research seminars units of study.
Note: Department permission required for enrolmentin the following sessions:Semester 2. During this unit students will be involved in data collection for their studies, with the expectation that at least a day a week will be involved in data collection. MCP students are to complete a research report comprising a literature review including their research question, method section, analytic plan and research timeline including relevant details of their research.
The total length of this initial project report must be no less than words. In this plan you will define your proposed area of research and articulate your central research question, describe and justify the goals and aims of your research in the context of relevant background literature. The length of the research plan with literature review should be words. This unit of study involves students completing a placement in a setting external to the University Psychology Clinic. The placement will expose students to a range of presentations in hospitals and community viva models darlington settings.
All placements are supervised by clinical psychologists who have approved supervisor status with the Psychology Board of Australia. Oversight of the student's progress in each placement includes a Mid-Placement Review visit to each placement site by a clinically qualified staff member of the University.
This unit is deed to extend skills in the Psychology Clinic, specifically clinical assessment, formulation, treatment planning, and treatment implementation skills and knowledge for adult and child patients. It also extends trainees' knowledge and experience conducting and interpreting psychometric assessments. Trainees will be allocated to new supervisors for this placement and supervision methods will become less intense, viva models darlington individual and begin to reflect formats available in modelx placements, although frequent direct observation of the trainee's clinical practice continues.
Clinical work may involve the integration of more than one model of therapy, a capacity to reflect more on process as well as content, the capacity to vlva to more complex issues, including those related to personality and the greater individualization of approaches for each case. An additional aim of this unit of study is to equip students to assess and treat complex presentations such as personality disorders. This unit focuses specifically on two models of therapy, schema therapy and dialectical behaviour movels.
Both of these models, developed from cognitive-behaviour therapy, darlingtoh suitable for personality disorders, or more intractable or chronic presentations.
Students will prepare case reports written up from an external placement. MCP students will present their research. MCP students will conduct analysis and interpretation of the data they have collected for their empirical research project. They will write up a completed study, which will be in the form of a manuscript ready for submission to a peer reviewed journal.
This paper can, but viva models darlington not have to be, submitted to a journal prior to being included in the project report. A concise review of the relevant literature needs to precede the manuscript. The total length of the project report must be no less than words. The systematic review is prepared as a manuscript for submission, including introduction and aims, method, and discussion sections.
The length of the systematic review will be determined by the area reviewed and journal guidelines, but should be at least words. These assessments will facilitate the write up of their thesis. As the final clinical placement, this unit represents a capstone experience in bringing together learning from prior coursework and clinical placements.
This unit is deed to provide students with advanced level training in both reflective practice and psychotherapeutic approaches. It serves to build on foundations skills and prepare students to respond to more complex presentations, using reflection, integration of models, short and longer term solutions and practices that extend beyond the individual.
In terms of reflective practice students will be taught a variety of models which align with treatment approaches, including cognitive behaviour therapy and analytic therapy, and be given opportunity to use these methods in class using their own case material from clinic. Detailed discussion viva models darlington the risks of vicarious trauma and the need for self-care in the role of clinician will be explored.
In terms of psychotherapy, the unit will cover responses to complex human problems, including integrative psychotherapy, approaches to personality disorders, and community-based approaches to mental health. Assessment and treatment of a wide range personality disorders will be taught. Community-based seminars will include practice in relation to aboriginal psychology, the recovery and peer work movements and working with refugees both in conflict zones and Australia.
Members of these communities will be darlngton in class. These classes will be taught by leaders in these fields, including components of lectures taught through zoom direct from refugee centres or conflict zones.