Pathopsychologicalogical diagnostics and psychotherapy (in clinical and psychological-pedagogical practice)

Pathopsychologicalogical diagnostics and psychotherapy (in clinical and psychological-pedagogical practice)

Direction: 37.05.01- Clinical Psychology

Graduate’s degree (qualification): Clinical psychologist (specialist)

1) Form of education: full-time

Duration of the program: 5,5 years

2) Form of education:  part-time

Duration of the program: 6 years

Modules and Disciplines:

Basic part: History; Philosophy; Foreign language; Life safety; Physical Culture. Jurisprudence. Economy. Mathematical methods in psychology. Mathematics and mathematical statistics. Anatomy of the central nervous system. Logics. Sociology. Culturology. General psychology. Introduction to the profession. Neurophysiology and physiology of sensory systems. General Psychological Workshop. Developmental psychology and age psychology. Pedagogy. Psychogenetics. Experimental Psychology. Social Psychology. Psychodiagnostics. Workshop on psychodiagnostics. History of psychology. Psychology of Personality. Psychology of work, engineering psychology, ergonomics. Pedagogical psychology. Clinical psychology. Neuropsychology. Pathopsychology. Special psychology. Differential psychology. Ethnopsychology. Information technology in psychology. Conflictology. Psychosomatics and psychology of corporeality. Professional Ethics. Methodology of teaching psychology in higher education. Psychological counseling. Empirical research in clinical psychology. Workshop on psychotherapy and counseling. Psychotherapy: theory and practice. Violations of mental development in childhood and adolescence. Neurology. Psychiatry. Psychopharmacology. Clinic of internal diseases. Workshop on neuropsychology. Workshop on pathopsychology. Workshop on child clinical psychology. Workshop on psychosomatics. Organizational psychology. Forensic psychological examination. Personality disorders. Fundamentals of scientific activity of the student. Clinical psychology of sexual disorders. Cognitive-behavioral therapy. Traumatic stress and mental disorders. Supervision. Psychology of the family. Psychology of health. Projective methods in clinical psychology.

Variational part: Criminal law. Criminal process. Civil law and process. Forensic psychiatry. Criminology. Informatics and Methods of pathopsychological diagnostics. Criminal psychology. Victimology. Neuropsychological diagnostics in the system of medical and labor expertise. Features of self-awareness in borderline personality disorders. Special Practice on Methods of Expert Evaluation in Clinical Psychology. Supervision. Diagnosis and examination of affective disorders. Diagnosis and correction of developmental anomalies during adolescence. Introduction to legal psychology. Forensic psychology. Penitentiary psychology.

Disciplines for choice: Quantitative analysis of empirical data. Qualitative analysis of empirical data. Suicidology and psychology of autodestructive behavior. Psychology of crisis situations. Actual problems of legal psychology. Development of legal awareness and legal culture. Psychological problems of prevention of socially dangerous actions of mentally ill patients. Teenager psychiatry. Family and labor law. Administrative law. Workshop on polygraph. Workshop on neurophysiology. Group Methods in Psychology. Organization of psychological service. Social psychology of personality. Psychology of abnormal development. System of professional activities of a specialist. Innovative management in education.