clinical psychologist


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clinical psychologist

n.
A person who is trained and licensed to diagnose and treat people with mental disorders.
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Most clinical psychologists, including myself, have taken basic undergraduate science courses including neuropsychology, human physiology and chemistry.
Eventually, she wants to gain a place on a Doctorate Programme and ultimately becoming a Clinical Psychologist.
As a clinical psychologist based in both New York City and Boston, Saladino specializes in wellness and relationships using a practical approach to improve Mirador agents' physical and emotional well being.
Consultant clinical psychologist Dr Julie Wilcox said: "The peer support group aims to support individuals in adjusting to and coping with change in the aftermath of stroke and to address issues that may arise after they have left hospital.
euro]e pupils also heard from a clinical psychologist, a tax expert, a construction planner and a human resources manager.
His defence barrister Sally O'Neill told the court: "He has been seen by a clinical psychologist and she believes he should be receiving anti-psychotic medication.
He is a registered clinical psychologist and author born and raised in Oamaru, who completed an MSc in Marine Science at Otago University.
Darryl Cross, a clinical psychologist from Crossways consulting, said that the anxiety caused by technology is a growing concern.
Director Dr Lee Hogan, a clinical psychologist from Penmaenmawr, said: "If you look at the research, people who relapse tend to do so in the first eight-10 weeks.
With the aim of helping mental health clinicians understand and treat clients who have experienced adverse reproductive events, Jaffe, a clinical psychologist who specializes in loss and bereavement related to miscarriage, infertility, and other reproductive trauma, and Diamond, a clinical psychologist who co-directs the Center for Reproductive Psychology with Jaffe, explain how to treat clients who have experienced infertility, miscarriage, perinatal or newborn loss, and premature or other complicated births, and help them identify and grieve losses and guide them in making decisions about assisted reproduction technology, donors, surrogacy, and adoption.
To succeed in training and professional practice a clinical psychologist needs such personal characteristics as intelligence, conscientiousness, emotional stability and a tolerance for diversity.

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