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The teaching programme spans the three years of the Doctorate. It is built on the course's guiding principles and course modules are designed to reflect these:

  • To train 'thinking psychologists'
  • Practice that is closely informed by the evidence base
  • The close integration of theory and practice
  • Emphasis on appraisal skills and critical reflection

Timetables 

 

Dates of Academic Teaching for 2019-20

Term 1

Year 1 Monday 23th September 2019- Fri 13th December 2019

Year 2 Tues 24th September 2019 - Fri 13th December 2019

Year 3 Fri 27th September 2019 - Fri 13th December 2019

Term 2

Monday 6th January 2020 - Fri 27th March 2020

Term 3

Monday 4th May 2020 - Fri 26th June 2020

Dates of Academic Teaching for 2020-21

Term 1

Year 1 Mon 28th September 2020- Fri 18th December 2020

Year 2 Tues 27th September 2020 - Fri 18th December 2020

Year 3 Fri 2nd October 2020 - Fri 18th December 2020

Term 2

Monday 4th January 2021 - Fri 26th March 2021

Term 3

Tuesday 4th May 2021 - Fri 25th June 2021

Full details of all lectures are provided within Moodle
(You will need your personal login details for Moodle- please contact l.markwick@ucl.ac.uk for help)

Trainees

Overview of Curriculum

This document gives a detailed overview of the DClinPsy curriculum and is intended for general information and reference. For information regarding how the curriculum is translated into the actual teaching programme please see the Timetable pages and Atheni for information on individual teaching units and lectures.

For information regarding how the curriculum is translated into the actual teaching programme please see the Timetable pages and Atheni for information on individual teaching units and lectures.

Organisation of Academic Programme

To reflect its modular structure, the teaching programme is organised into a set of units and sub-units, see here for units and their organisers 

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Queries relating to specific units should be directed to the respective unit organiser in the first instance. Queries relating to more general issues should be addressed to the Academic Director, Miriam Fornells-Ambrojo, email: miriam.fornells-ambrojo@ucl.ac.uk

Learning Resources

The course is currently developing its on-line library of resources to support trainees' learning on the course. Documents relating to individual course units and to broader national clinical practice guidelines can be accessed through Moodle.

(You will need your UCL username and UCL login to access Moodle.)

Useful Forms
 

Staff

Overview of Curriculum

This document gives a detailed overview of the DClinPsy curriculum and is intended for general information and reference.

Download Curriculum 

For information regarding how the curriculum is translated into the actual teaching programme please see the Timetable pages and Atheni for information on individual teaching units and lectures.

Organisation of Academic Programme

For details of units and their organisers click here.

Queries relating to specific units should be directed to the respective unit organiser in the first instance. Queries relating to more general issues should be addressed to the Academic Director, Miriam Fornells-Ambrojo, email:miriam.fornells-ambrojo@ucl.ac.uk

Curriculum Committee

 

Supervisors

Organisation of Academic Programme

To reflect its modular structure, the teaching programme is organised into a set of units and sub-units. For details of units and their organisers click here.

Queries relating to specific units should be directed to the respective unit organiser in the first instance. Queries relating to more general issues should be addressed to the Academic Director, Miriam Fornells-Ambrojo, email: miriam.fornells-ambrojo@ucl.ac.uk