What is Clinical Psychology

Clinical Psychology is the branch of psychology concerned with the assessment and treatment of psychological issues, human behavior and psychiatric problems. Clinical Psychologists apply the principles of psychology to the treatment of complex human problems. Psychological testing is often used as a means of more deeply understanding the personality, and find out what causes people to think, act, feel, and behave as they do. Clinical Psychologists then help people find solutions to a myriad of different issues, thus improving one’s quality of life. Clinical Psychologists often see people individually, as couples, and as families.


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