Clinical psychology is a part of psychology that deals with diagnosis and treatments of mental illness and abnormal behaviour of people. It is the largest subsection of psychology and people with a degree in clinical psychology get hands-on experience from internships and fieldwork done in postgraduate level. Clinical psychologists are trained in a variety of therapies and diagnostic techniques in order to help people who are suffering from depression, phobias, anxiety and other mental disorders. The students get excellent job opportunities with different specializations. They can even work in their private practices in order to assess mental disorders.
The scope after M.Sc. Clinical Psychology and M.Sc. in Clinical Research is best for individuals who have the options of pursuing the foll...Read More