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Join our Clinical Psychology internship program for a comprehensive overview of clinical disorders, ethical considerations, and sensitivity in the field. Learn about intersectionality, case history, Queer Affirmative Therapy, Kink Affirmative Therapy, and more. Our program includes practical elements like role-plays and interactive sessions, allowing you to apply theory to real-world scenarios. Field visits to mental health organizations are an added perk. Covered disorders include their criteria, symptoms, etiology, prognosis, and treatment.

Internship & Training in Clinical Psychology (75 Hours)

Workshop Description

Join our internship program on Clinical Psychology which is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of various clinical disorders, ethical considerations and sensitivity required in the field, intersectionality of these disorders. Other imperative topics such as case history, Queer Affirmative Therapy and Kink Affirmative therapy will also be included. Our program incorporates practical elements such as role-plays and interactive sessions, enabling you to apply theoretical knowledge to real-world scenarios. Additionally, organised visits to NGOs working in the mental health space will be an added perks. Some of the clinical disorders along with their criteria, symptoms, course, etiology, prognosis and treatment that would be covered in this program are as follows:

Topics Covered

  1. Case History Taking and Mental State Examination (MSE):We will learn about clinical case history taking. Case history is an initial interview which is taken of the patient that helps the clinician move forward with the treatment plan.  Along with this, we will learn about MSE. A mental status exam (MSE) is done by healthcare professionals to evaluate a patient’s current mental state. The MSE is a structured evaluation that includes a comprehensive assessment of a patient’s psychological functioning, including their cognition, mood, behaviour, and affect. 
  2. Substance Use & Addiction: Addiction is a state of psychological and/or physical dependence on the use of drugs or other substances, such as alcohol, or on activities or behaviors, such as sex, exercise, and gambling. The participants would be introduced to what it would be like to work with a client such as this, the techniques and approaches that can be used, while placing an emphasis on the neurobiology of addiction and dependence. 
  3. Eating Disorders: Eating disorders are serious mental health conditions characterized by disturbances in eating behaviors, attitudes toward food, and body image. These disorders often involve extreme emotions, thoughts, and behaviors related to food, weight, and shape, leading to significant distress and impairment in various areas of life. This class would delve into the types of eating disorders and how one can navigate them in sessions through various therapeutic modalities.
  4. Anxiety Disorders: Anxiety disorders are a group of mental health conditions characterised by excessive and persistent feelings of worry, fear, or apprehension. Anxiety disorders can interfere with a person’s daily life, making it difficult for them to perform everyday tasks, maintain relationships, or pursue their goals and interests. Major anxiety disorders we will cover are Panic disorder, Agoraphobia, Specific phobia, generalised anxiety disorder, and Mixed anxiety and depressive disorder.
  5. Personality Disorders: Various types of personality disorders encompassing cluster A, B and C. The intricacies involved with the disorder will be explored and its management and interventions.
  6. Sexual Dysfunction: Types of sexual dysfunction, including erectile dysfunction and sexual desire disorders. Open dialogue on the intersection of mental health and sexual health, led by experts.



Jul 01 - 31 2024


Monday - Friday
2:30 pm - 5:30 pm




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