Clinical Interventions with Children and Families

PSY 436S

Study of techniques used by clinical psychologists to treat and prevent psychological disorders of childhood. Focus on a) understanding major types of clinical interventions, b) how clinical psychologists develop, implement, and evaluate interventions, c) ethical issues in treating children and families, d) integration of research and practice in the treatment and prevention of childhood psychological disorders. Prerequisites: Psychology 105 or 207, and a research methods course or statistics course. Instructor: Puffer
Curriculum Codes
  • W
  • SS
Typically Offered
Spring Only