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Module code:PSYCGN48(Add to my personalised list)
Title:Clinical Skills 2
Credit value:20
Division:Division of Psychology and Language Sciences
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Organiser's location:Anna Freud Centre
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Available for students in Year(s):2,
Module prerequisites: 
Module outline:Competent therapy requires that the clinician be skilled in tailoring interventions to the needs, expectations and circumstances of the child and his or her family, whilst also maintaining a treatment focus and using appropriate intervention strategies. This module, which is both theoretical and practical, builds on what has been covered in 'Clinical Skills I', and covers some of the key topics related to using specific intervention strategies based on a multi-theoretical perspective, and planning and working towards endings. Topics would include techniques specific to a range of theoretical perspectives (therapist's use of self, working with the transference, cognitive re-structuring, social skills training, systemic interventions etc.) and techniques related to specific clinical settings (e.g. working with groups, with parents, with families etc.) 
Module aims: 
Module objectives:The module aims to introduce students to a variety of models of therapeutic work with children and families, from a multi-theoretical perspective (including psychodynamic, systemic and cognitive-behavioural). The module, which is both theoretical and practical, builds on what has been covered in 'Clinical Skills 1' and covers some of the key intervention strategies for use with children and families, based on a multi-theoretical perspective. It also aims to introduce students to ideas around planning and working towards endings.  
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Module timetable:https://cmis.adcom.ucl.ac.uk:4443/timetabling/moduleTimet.do?firstReq=Y&moduleId=PSYCGN48 
Module assessment:Oral practical based on casework 100.00%. 
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