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School of Psychology
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
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Degree course details
Degree course type Second cycle degree D.M. 270/2004
Ps1089
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Degree course code PS1089
Activated in 2008/09
Year of degree course structure 2017/18
Class (Ministerial field of study code) LM-51 - Psychology
Degree issued
Branch Padova
Language Italian
Degree course tracks Common track
Related degree courses --
Other degree courses within the same class    PS1932 - COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE AND CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
PS1091 - NEUROSCIENCE AND NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION
PS2292 - CLINICAL DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
PS1088 - CLINICAL DYNAMIC PSYCHOLOGY
PS1978 - APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
PS1090 - DEVELOPMENTAL AND EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
PS2381 - PSYCHOLOGY OF COMMUNITY, WELLNESS PROMOTION, AND SOCIAL CHANGE
PS1087 - SOCIAL, WORK AND COMMUNICATION PSYCHOLOGY

Degree programme regulations Regulations Rector's decree and regulations, issued on 24/05/2017 with RD n. 1744/2017
Annex 1 General description of educational activities
Annex 2 Study progression and proposed educational activities (course units, contact hours, credits, relevant subject areas, teaching-learning methodology, etc.)
Annex 3 Plans of studies (tracks) which do not require further approval by the Degree Course Council

Brief description of the degree course
Characteristics and objectives
The training offered in the second cycle degree course of Clinical Psychology is grounded on application and extension of the principles of evidence based psychology to the clinical psychology domains. This ranges from the study of risk factors for the development of psychological, psychiatric and psychosomatics disorders, to the development of preventive, diagnostic, consultation and treatment models (including the evaluation of treatments efficacy). This educational framework is based on the necessity for Clinical Psychologists to operate in agreement to evidence-based paradigms. This framework also includes health psychology, psychophysiology, emotional regulation. Particular attention is devoted to wellbeing promotion, which cannot be considered the mere absence of illness.
The Course is based on a strong theoretical preparation involving the fields of experimental psychology, methodology, cognitive and behavioral psychology, neuroscience and clinical psychophysiology, psychopathology, psychodiagnostic, counseling, health psychology and psychological interventions (including both psychotherapy and psychological rehab). The training program also includes practical exercises and labs (with clinical research facilities) and internship. The internship can be done within the University facilities or in qualified public or private institutions active in the Clinical Psychology field. A particular spotlight is dedicated to the Clinical Psychology facilities belonging to the National Health Care System. The aim of the internship is aimed to prepare the student to apply clinical psychology protocols in a ‘real-world' working context.

Occupational opportunities
After the exam to obtain the psychology board qualification, the straightforward career opportunity for the Master graduated student is working in clinical psychology field. Typically, Clinical Psychologist works in public and private clinical facilities and performs (alone or in a multi-disciplinary equipe) specific interventions aimed to protect or restore mental and physical health. The clinical psychologist is involved in structured multi-disciplinary clinical protocols aimed at counceling, clinical evaluation, rehabilitation and treatment of patients with psychiatric and psychosomatic disorders. Such protocols are typically performed in public facilities although similar approaches can be pursued in private institutions as well. Clinical psychologist also works to promote psychological readjustment after major life events and changes in life conditions (e.g., trauma, diseases etc.). In this context the clinical psychologist fosters compliance and resilience and promotes coping strategies to increase healthy behaviors and to reduce the risk of mental and somatic disorders.
Clinical psychologists when working in clinical or research facilities may also develop research programs typically aimed at validating new diagnostic and therapeutic protocols or at highlighting the affective, cognitive, behavioral, biological and social mechanisms involved in the genesis of mental and psychosomatic disorders. Finally, after a residency school, clinical psychologist can practice psychotherapy both in public institutions and within a private practice.

Admission
Admission type Restricted number of places
EU students and non-EU students with residency in Italy 116
number of non-EU students resident abroad 4
        of which Chinese ("Marco Polo" Programme) 2
Minimum number of pre-enrollments on which the activation of the Course of Study depends   --
Enrollment as a part time student yes
Fees Fees for A.Y. 2018/19
Admission notice    Admission notice for A.Y. 2018/19

Admission tests and pre-selections
Updated on 11/12/2018, at 07:30
Test Submission of applications Number of
applicants
of which applied as 1st choice
"Lauree magistrali in lingua italiana Scuola di Psicologia - seconda assegnazione" expired on 15/01/2018 272 42
"Lauree magistrali in lingua italiana Scuola di Psicologia - prima assegnazione" expired on 31/08/2018 2301 397

Detail of results
Updated on 11/12/2018, at 22:18
Test Category Visualisation
"Lauree magistrali in lingua italiana Scuola di Psicologia - seconda assegnazione" "Categoria senza posti riservati" expired on22/10/2018
"Lauree magistrali in lingua italiana Scuola di Psicologia - prima assegnazione" "Categoria senza posti riservati" expired on05/10/2018
"Lauree magistrali in lingua italiana Scuola di Psicologia - prima assegnazione" "Cinesi Progetto Marco Polo" expired on03/10/2018
"Lauree magistrali in lingua italiana Scuola di Psicologia - prima assegnazione" "Non comunitari residenti all'estero" expired on03/10/2018


Links
Ministerial websites Universitaly
Academic reference structures School of Psychology
Department of General Psychology
Chair of the Degree Course Teachers' Council CLAUDIO GENTILI

Evaluation of Teaching
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Accreditation and Assessment Team Members
Docente GENTILI CLAUDIO
Docente GHISI MARTA
Docente NOVARA CATERINA
Docente PALOMBA DANIELA
Presidente GAV BUODO GIULIA
Stakeholder MICHIELIN PAOLO
Studente FAVARO MYRIAM ADOLPHE
Studente KOWATCH MELANIA

Course units available for each Academic Year of the degree course
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Degree course track Course unit code Course unit name Credits Year Period Lang. Teacher in charge
COMMON PSN1032285 6 1st Year First
semester
ENG GIULIA BUODO
COMMON PSN1032292 6 1st Year First
semester
ITA KONSTANTINOS PRIFTIS
COMMON PSN1032241 9 1st Year First
semester
ITA MARTA GHISI
COMMON PSN1032290 6 1st Year First
semester
ITA DANIELA PALOMBA
COMMON PSN1032277 6 1st Year First
semester
ITA FRANCA STABLUM
COMMON PSP6074610 6 1st Year First
semester
ENG ROBERTO DE VOGLI
COMMON PSP4069061 9 1st Year First
semester
ITA ALESSANDRO ANGRILLI
COMMON PSP3049862 9 1st Year First
semester
ITA MICHELA SARLO
COMMON PSN1032269 6 1st Year First
semester
ITA GIULIO VIDOTTO
COMMON PSO2043915 6 1st Year First
semester
ITA GIOVANNA CAPIZZI
COMMON PSN1032220 9 1st Year Second
semester
ITA BARBARA CARRETTI
COMMON PSP3049859 6 1st Year Second
semester
ITA CLAUDIO GENTILI
COMMON PSN1032260 9 1st Year Second
semester
ITA DANIELA PALOMBA
COMMON PSP8082898 9 1st Year Second
semester
ITA CATERINA NOVARA
COMMON PSP3049865 6 1st Year Second
semester
ITA GIUSEPPE SARTORI
COMMON PSN1032297 6 1st Year Second
semester
ITA MARCO SOLMI
COMMON PSP5070342 6 1st Year Second
semester
ENG CHIARA SPIRONELLI
COMMON PSN1032225 9 1st Year Second
semester
ITA ROSSANA DE BENI
COMMON PSP5070477 6 1st Year Second
semester
ITA PAOLO MICHIELIN
COMMON PSP4065362 3 2nd Year Annual ITA
COMMON PSO2044112 6 2nd Year First
semester
ITA
COMMON PSN1032512 6 2nd Year First
semester
ITA
COMMON PSN1032150 6 2nd Year Second
semester
ENG

Internships and traineeships
Degree course track Course unit code Course unit name Credits Year Period Lang. Teacher in charge
COMMON PSL1003924 16 2nd Year Annual ITA

Final examination
Degree course track Course unit code Course unit name Credits Year Period Lang. Teacher in charge
COMMON PSP4064701 23   Annual ITA