Doctorate in Clinical Psychology

The Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme is a three-year full-time programme which leads to eligibility to apply for registration with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and for Chartered status with the British Psychological Society (BPS). Trainees work as trainee clinical psychologists (band 6) in the NHS with study time for on-campus teaching and individual research.

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  • Applications are made via the clearing house
  • Lancaster has an inclusive policy focussing on potential rather than just experience
  • An innovative 3-stage selection process

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DanceSyndrome: an inclusive arts organisation

Every now and again at Lancaster DClinPsy, we take a chance on offering some particularly innovative teaching sessions within the Physical Health and Cognitive Development (PhysCog) strand. This year, we invited Dance Syndrome to facilitate a session for the 2012 cohort, within the learning disability block.

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From mental conditions to the psychology of the human condition

Date: 27th November, 2014
Time: 14:00 - 20:00
Location: Bowland North SR10, Lancaster University

Martin Seager, a clinician, lecturer, campaigner, broadcaster and activist on mental health issues, will show how clinical psychology can adopt a much broader role than the "clinic" including promoting healthy communities and public health. You can also find out more about course developments and see the presentation of the 'Patient As Paper' project (Artist and Surgeon collaboration) by Artist Emma Barnard. You can see more on the event poster.

To book a free place, email k.smith4@lancaster.ac.uk or phone Kirsten on 01524 592972

November 2014 Newsletter

Find out about...
  • May Davidson Award success
  • Stakeholder Event
  • Free Excellent CPD!
  • Mindfulness on the BBC
...and plenty more including upcoming events and all staff and trainee recent publications!

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