Clinical psychologists help patients with mental and physical problems to clarify their problems, assessing and recommending clinical interventions as well as evaluating the outcomes.
A university degree (honours in psychology) from an approved university or equivalent qualification giving the graduate basis for registration as a Chartered Psychologist of the British Psychological Society.
Three years' in-service training and the British Psychological Society's Diploma in Clinical Physchology or an approved course of post-graduate training.
University departments of psychology or social sciences. British Psychological Society, St Andrew's House, Leicester LE1 7DR.