Clinical Psychology

Clinical Psychology

The Clinical Psychology Track represents an exceptional educational opportunity for individuals seeking to embark upon or enhance their career prospects in the field of clinical psychology. Meticulously crafted by seasoned experts, this track is thoughtfully structured into a series of comprehensible s tailored to accommodate the needs of ambitious professionals, facilitating a seamless grasp of each vital concept.

This comprehensive program offers a synthesis of both practical and theoretical insights into diverse realms of psychology, encompassing various approaches and applications. It comprehensively navigates through the intricate landscape of mental health disorders. Commencing with an exploration of the fundamental attributes of sound mental health, the track elucidates pertinent statistical data pertaining to mental health within the United Kingdom.

Throughout the duration of this program, participants will gain profound insights into psychiatric disorders affecting adults, children, and adolescents. Furthermore, the track will provide an in-depth understanding of the symptoms and treatment methodologies associated with conditions such as schizophrenia, anorexia nervosa, and depression, among others.

Upon successful completion of this track, graduates will have acquired the requisite skills, knowledge, and qualifications to pursue diverse career opportunities within the field. These encompass, but are not limited to, specializations in child psychology, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and behavioral therapy, thereby fostering a rich and expansive career trajectory.

Outcomes Clinical Psychology

By the end of the course, learners will be able to:

  • Demonstrate an in-depth understanding of the characteristics of good mental health
  • Identify the early signs of mental health problems in people
  • Show understanding of person-centred, cognitive and behaviourist approaches in psychology
  • Discuss some key statistics about mental health in the UK
  • Understand the applications of social psychology and cognitive psychology
  • Explain how social cognition affects behaviour
  • Identify common childhood and adolescent psychiatric disorders
  • Show an in-depth understanding of stress and anxiety disorders
  • Recognise the signs of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and borderline personality disorder
  • Demonstrate excellent knowledge of the self-harm cycle and suicide risk factors


 01: Introduction to Mental Health

 02: Perspectives in Psychology

 03: Social Psychology

 04: Cognitive Psychology and Its Applications

 05: Childhood and Adolescent Psychiatric Disorders

 06: Stress and Anxiety Disorders

 07: Schizophrenia

 08: Personality Disorders

 09: Mood Disorders

 10: Eating & Sleeping Disorders

 11: Self-Harm and Suicide

 12: Medication and Therapy in the Treatment of Mental Illness

These points represent the core contents of the educational curriculum, and additional topics and scientific courses can be added based on the student’s background and educational level, among other factors.

دبلوم Diploma

70Hours, 4 Semesters

بكالوريوس Bachelor's

126Hours, 8 Semesters

ماجستير Master

36Hours,2 Semesters

دكتوراه Doctorate

54Hours, 4 Semesters