Taking clinical psychology postgraduate training into the next decade: Aligning competencies to the curriculum

@inproceedings{Pachana2012TakingCP,
  title={Taking clinical psychology postgraduate training into the next decade: Aligning competencies to the curriculum},
  author={Nancy A Pachana and Andrew Baillie and Edward Helmes and W Kim Halford and Greg Murray and Michael Kyrios and Analise O'Donovan and Mia O'Brien and Steven Schwartz and Kate Sofronoff},
  year={2012}
}
Clinical psychology training programmes in Australia are under pressure to increase the number of graduates they produce and to ensure that these graduates meet professional competencies. This Australian Learning and Teaching Council funded project aimed to better align clinical psychology training curriculums to competencies in several key areas, including competency assessment, e-therapy training models and models of university-based clinic operation, distance (especially rural) training… CONTINUE READING

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