a) to develop the skills of assessing individuals, couples and families; b) to apply this knowledge to case conceptualisations.
The course will also answer the following questions: How do we construct different disorders? What experiences are more responsible for the onset of a disorder? How do we make a diagnosis and a formulation?
These questions will be at the core of this course. It will offer the main interpretations offered by clinical psychology to phobic, obsessive, eating and mood disorders. Clinical cases will illustrate each of these psychopathologies. Active teaching will make the student a central player in this course which will alternate lectures with case conceptualisations developed in small groups.
Lectures and workshops
Written exam. The written exam is made up of three open ended questions. Score of each question: 0-10.
Evaluation criteria: pertinence, level of knowledge and in-depth analysis.
The same three open ended questions for students who don't attend the course. Score of each question: 0-8. They have also to perform a practice test, score: 0-6. Evaluation criteria: diagnostic skill and clinical thinking.
Course attendance is obligatory (minimum 75% of attendance).