1. An Introduction To Clinical Psychology At The University of Edinburgh

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    Professor Matthias Shwannauer describes what makes Edinburgh University unique as a place to study Clinical Psychology.

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    • A Snapshop of a Child Psychologists’s Social Media Activity: Implications for Youth Mentoring - Rachael Tunick, Ph.D.

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      Presentation from the CEBM Short Course "Mentoring Youth in the Digital Age" in Arlington, VA on 01/29/14. Rachel Tunick received her Ph.D. in child clinical psychology from the University of Denver, with a specialization in developmental cognitive neuroscience. She is a staff psychologist at Children’s Hospital Boston, specializing in child, adolescent, and pediatric psychology, and maintains an academic appointment in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. This presentation includes Dr. Tunick describing her experience with social media as a therapist working with children and adolescents. She presents interesting case scenarios involving social media use, and links them to theory and research on cognitive, psychological, and ethical issues impacting patients, families, and care providers.

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      • A Walk2Wellness Episode 5

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        Doctor of Clinical Psychology and an Energy Medicine Practitioner - Erin Shannon-McGowan is interviewed by dK.

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        • ClinicalProgramHighlights2014

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          Highlights of the clinical psychology program faculty and students at University of North Texas. We made it ourselves!

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          • Current Status and Future Prospects of Clinical Psychology

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            Over the past 20 years, the prevalence of mental health disorders has nearly doubled in the United States. Yet despite the number of empirically supported treatments now available for a variety of disorders, most clinical psychologists and therapists elect not to use them or rely on out-of-date procedures. Timothy Baker, University of Wisconsin, discusses the current state of clinical psychology and what psychologists can do to steer their field in the right direction. For more information visit http://www.psychologicalscience.org.

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            • Graduate Programs, Vanguard University

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              Are You Ready to go Beyond the Expected? You can complete a graduate degree at Vanguard University in just two years. But the genuine relationships and transformational education will last a lifetime. Vanguard offers graduate degrees in Clinical Psychology, Education, Nursing, and Religion with courses at convenient times, including evenings and weekends to accommodate working professionals. Visit graduate.vanguard.edu/ Film by Shade Tree Films shadetreefilms.net/ | vimeo.com/shadetreefilms

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              • Hilary Sporton - "At Essex you've got a great team feeling"

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                Hilary Sporton completed a PhD in Clinical Psychology at the School of Health and Human Sciences and is now working in south Essex.

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                • Infoveranstaltung KPP 27.5.09

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                  Infoveranstaltung für angehende Masterstudierende mit einem Modul KPP (Klinische Psychologie und Psychotherapie) am Institut für Psychologie, Universität Bern. Aufnahme, vom 27.5.09 in Bern

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                  • Injured In The Troubles - Michael Paterson

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                    Marie Breen-Smyth, Associate Dean International, University of Surrey talks to Dr Michael Patterson, Consultant Clinical Psychologist about the injuries he received while on patrol with the Royal Ulster Constabulary. Michael joined the Royal Ulster Constabulary in 1979. Two years later in 1981 and at the age of 24, he was in an explosion whilst on patrol on the Suffolk Road. “My first thought was, it was a blast bomb but we’re okay in here, and then I was aware of a sudden discomfort and I looked down and was aware of my right arm severed and just strands of flesh, hanging.” The Land Rover he was in had been hit by a rocket propelled grenade killing the driver. Michael was taken to the Royal Victoria Hospital, where he stayed in intensive care and was in hospital for almost three months. “Once I was discharged that’s when the challenges started about getting used to life without arms” Michael had to get used to people staring at him in the street. The first time this happened he didn’t realise people were looking at him. “At that point then I realised that people are going to stare, I now look a bit different” He started to re-adjust. He needed to find a new career, it wasn’t easy but he was determined to make improvements on his life. He went to the University of Ulster with the intention of studying Social Work. “In the foundation year I had the opportunity to study psychology”. He followed through and went on the achieve a PhD and work as a Clinical Psychologist. “I had an interest in trauma and working with police officers and developed expertise in post traumatic stress” Michael talks about how at Glencree Centre for Peace & Reconciliation in County Wicklow he told his story of how he was injured to a group of people, some of whom were ex-members of the IRA and the UVF. “People listened to what I had to say, but the strange thing was, and it was a really interesting experience, is that after we had done all this we were able to sit down and have a pint and a bit of a chat” Michael found himself socialising with a man who had once been a member of the IRA and another man who was once a member of the UVF. “I thought, I’m seeing these people as individuals rather than political ideologies” He revisited Glencree a number of times to speak about the trauma felt from his experiences being injured in the Troubles. He also visited South Africa through his Glencree experience, spending five days camping in the wilderness with a group of people who were ex-police officers, ex-IRA and ex-UVF members. “I was in the ex-combatants’ group. There was a victims’ group so I could have fallen into either but I went with the ex-combatants. At night we had the campfire and somebody had to be on watch, so it was kind of strange because I was keeping an eye out at night to protect people who had been in the IRA, people who had been in the UVF and in the security forces, and then when I was sleeping I was putting my life in the hands of somebody who had been in the IRA, the organisation that had tried to kill me. It was a bit unusual. There was no sort of formal thing, it just happened, and on are very last day our guide explained about the circle of life, really about being in the wilderness, what it means”. Michael now works with TMR Professionals, a team of therapists who are skilled psychologists, psychotherapists and counselors treating a range of psychological difficulties. “Initially we were focusing primarily on post traumatic stress disorder. Then, we were getting other referrals for depression, anxiety related disorders, some personality disorders too, but there was always trauma. We have this expertise in working with psychological trauma, helping to resolve that so that people can get their lives back or in some cases, a new life” This interview was supported by the WAVE Trauma Centre, University of Surrey and the Community Relations Council.

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