MA Clinical Psychology is a 2-year long graduate degree program focusing on the aspects of therapy and rehabilitation. The minimum eligibility to pursue this course is a bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject from a recognized college or institutes. This course prepares students to assess people who have personal problems and behavioral disorders, or who have endured emotional traumas. They figure out how to evaluate customers and create treatment plans for individuals and groups. Admission to the course depends upon the candidate’s performance in a relevant entrance exam followed by a round of counseling. MA Psychology provides candidates with the skills, knowledge, and ethics relevant for the clinical psychology area. The course provides the essential skills to the candidates through a combination of coursework, supervised practice, and research; this helps polish the skills and abilities required in the job market.
Candidates are trained on the utilization of proof-based practice models for use in their training, both in health as well as in mental health settings.
Such postgraduates are hired in capacities such as Career Counsellor, Social Worker, Career Employment Specialist, Developmental Psychologist, Counselling Psychologist, Day-care Centre Supervisor, Educational Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist, Forensic Psychologist, etc.