3 edition of Psychology in clinical practice found in the catalog.
Psychology in clinical practice
David Wilson Thompson
Bibliography: p. 265-270.
|Statement||by David W.Thompson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 276 p.|
|Number of Pages||276|
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As its name implies, clinical psychology is a subfield of the larger discipline of psychology. Like all psychologists, clinical psychologists are interested in behaviour and mental processes.In summary, this book is recommended to be used as an essential component of a cross-cultural clinical psychology course.
This book, combined with other diversity readings, can serve as a great foundation for exposing students to this essential component of their training as psychologists."Price: $This book, as part of the Wiley series in clinical psyvhology, is edited by Jenny Petrak, the Director of Clinical Psychology within the London NHS Trust and senior lecturer at the Royal London School of Medicine together with Barbara Hedge, Director of Clinical Training at the University of 5/5(1).