Psy 759: Clinical-Disaster Psychology
This course delineates the role of clinical psychologists in the field
of disaster mental health, preparing them for working in this context
with respect to disaster preparedness, mitigation, response, and
recovery. Covers topics such as psychopathology after disasters,
vulnerability and resilience, special populations, and related mental
health interventions and services, including models of psychological
first aid (PFA).
- Admission to clinical training program or consent of instructor.
- Lecture: Lecture for Psy 759
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