The General Practice concentration is designed to train students in the assessment and treatment of mental disorders in a variety of settings as well as in practice management. In addition to the core curriculum required of all Psy.D. students, the specific courses required for the General Practice concentration are: Behavioral Sciences and the Law (FORE700), Child Psychology (CPSY700), Fundamentals of Neuropsychology (NEUR701), Human Sexuality and Sexual Dysfunctions (GRAL702), and Clinical Psychology: Practice and Management (GRAL703).
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