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Clinical psychology, branch of psychology concerned with the practical application of research methodologies and findings in the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders.Clinical psychologists classify their basic activities under three main headings:

  • Assessment,
  • Treatment, and
  • Research 
  • Track 1-1Cognitive Psychology
  • Track 1-2Clinical Psychology Instruments
  • Track 1-3Clinical Formulation

The practice of Counseling Psychology helps people improve their well-being, alleviate distress and maladjustment, resolve crises, and increase their ability to function better in their lives. With its  attention to both to normal developmental issues and problems associated with physical, emotional and mental disorders, the specialization holds a unique perspective in the broader practice-based areas of psychology.

  • Track 2-1Therapist variables
  • Track 2-2Counseling relationship
  • Track 2-3Training and supervision

Neuropsychology is a close combination of Neurology and Psychology. This branch of brain science mostly studies the concepts of how physiological and chemical changes in the brain and nervous system can affect the psychological behavior of a person. Modern Neuropsychology deals with the brain chemicals such as hormones, neurotransmitters which affect the nerve signal transmissions.

 It is mostly of experimental treatment approach, neuropsychologists usually follow a trial and error method. It also deals with other conditions such as Alzheimer's and traumatic brain injury and learning difficulties such as dyslexia.

Bilogical Psychology or Behavioural Neuroscience is the only subject that studies our thoughts, feelings, emotions and actions from a biological view point. It states that all behavior is controlled by central nervous system and brain functions. Biological psychologists try to understand the same focusing mainly on perception, sensation, motivated behavior such as hunger, thirst, sex control of movement; learning and memory; sleep and biological rhythms; and emotion. IT also takes into count physical factors such as metabolism, diseases, drug ingestion and diet which also show effect in brain.

  • Track 4-1Health Psychology
  • Track 4-2Human Behavior

Genes are like the blueprints for the body makeup of an organism just like how they are form a building. Genetic Behavior or psychogenetics try to understand the influence and link between genetic composition and behavior of an individual. It is established almost all of behaviours are affected by the genetics.

  • Track 5-1Twin and family studies
  • Track 5-2Quasi-experimental designs
  • Track 5-3Nature of genetic influence
  • Track 5-4Additional general findings

It is something that analyzes how someone behaves in different social situations and what causes them to do so. Social Psychology talks about how your thoughts, actions and the choices you make are influenced by the people around you (society for that matter). For example you are comfortable, loud and talkative around a group of friends and reserved and calm around your colleagues and superiors at work. It deals with different aspects as such:-

  • Group behavior
  • Social perception
  • Leadership
  • Nonverbal behavior
  • Conformity
  • Aggression
  • Prejudice
  • Track 6-1Social cognition
  • Track 6-2Attitudes
  • Track 6-3Prosocial behavior

Educational Psychology deals with behavior of a person during learning process from a cognitive aspect. Educational psychology helps the teacher to understand the development of his pupils, the range and limits of their capacities of learning. It’s works by incorporating other branches like Developmental Psychology, Behavioral Psychology and Cognitive Psychology.

 

  • Track 7-1Developmental Psychology
  • Track 7-2Cognitive Psychology
  • Track 7-3Behavioral Psychology

Evolutionary Psychology was first used by William James in his text “The Principles of Psychology” Over centuries humans have adapted and evolved so does our brains. Evolutionary Psychology is a theoretical approach that tells all our psychological traits are products of natural selection, it is applicable to all the living beings which has a brain and the ability to think. Evolutionary psychologists argue that our brain, thinking, emotions has been evolved just like how the computers have evolved. Evolutionary psychology has a close relation to Anthropology, Sociology, Archeology, Ethology and Philosophy.

  • Track 8-1Beauty
  • Track 8-2Gender Mating
  • Track 8-3Decision Making

Creative thinking is one among the many though processes that human possess during cognitive state. It is also known as divergent thinking and is the ability to find imaginative and unorthodox solutions that one run into everyday life. In today’s society, success mostly found for those who differentiate themselves in creative way from others. Creative thinking is a process of observing, analyzing, interpreting all the given information and arriving at a logical solution. Critical thinking has no involvement of emotion, it is making decisions that are best fit for the situation favoring none beyond right or wrong.

 

  • Track 9-1Artificial Intelligence
  • Track 9-2Mind Mapping
  • Track 9-3Lateral and Strategic Thinking
  • Track 9-4Brainstroming

Mental disorders (or Psychological Disorders) are conditions that affect your thinking, feeling, mood, and behavior. They may be occasional or long-lasting (chronic). They can affect your ability to relate to others and function each day. The causes of mental disorders are often unclear. Theories may incorporate findings from a range of fields. Mental disorders are usually defined by a combination of how a person behaves, feels, perceives, or thinks.

 

  • Track 10-1Neurodevelopmental disorders
  • Track 10-2Anxiety disorders
  • Track 10-3Bipolar and related disorders
  • Track 10-4Trauma and stress-related disorders

Mental health is included our psychological, emotional, social wellbeing, everywhere and it directly affects in how we feel, think and act. It also determines in making choice, how we handle stress and relate with others. From childhood to adolescent through adulthood its effect is important in every stage of life. If anyone experience mental health problems, their entire coordination goes interrupted includes their thinking capability, mood, behavior, relationships and even physical health. A strong mental health is very important to balance between their activities and efforts also in achieving psychological resilience to enjoy their life.

  • Track 11-1Mental Diseases
  • Track 11-2Behavioral and Psychotherapy
  • Track 11-3Gender Differences in Mental Health

Although the exact reason for mental illness is not known, it is becoming clear day by day through researches that there are numerous factors which in combination cause psychological disorder. These factors are like: biological, psychological and environmental factors. Some mental illness is linked to abnormal behavior of nerve cells within brain circuits which communicate through chemicals named Neurotransmitter. By tweaking those chemicals through medicines, psychotherapy or other medicinal procedures, can help brain circuits run more efficiently.

 

  • Track 12-1Genetic Factors
  • Track 12-2Biological Factors
  • Track 12-3Biophysical Factors
  • Track 12-4Behavioral and Cultural Factors
  • Track 12-5Systemic Factors

Psychotherapy

It is one of the psychological treatment methods. Psychotherapy generally helps patients to understand their feelings better like what makes them positive which then will be helpful in overcoming their psychological and emotional burdens to lead a better life.

It is a collaborative effort between an individual and a psychologist to build a relation which provides a supportive environment that allows people to talk openly with someone who is neutral and non-judgmental. The patient and psychologist will work together to identify and change the thought and behavior patterns that are keeping the patient from feeling your best.

A psychotherapist could also be a psychologist, a family therapist, a licensed clinical worker or psychological counselor, psychoanalyst, or psychiatrist.

Almost all sorts of psychotherapy involve developing a therapeutic relationship, communicating and creating a dialogue, and dealing to solve the problematic thoughts or behaviors.

  • Track 13-1Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Track 13-2Psychoanalytic Therapy
  • Track 13-3Humanistic Therapy
  • Track 13-4Interpersonal Therapy
  • Track 13-5Other kinds of talk therapy

Through the mind-body health connection, our thoughts and emotions can play a central role in the aspects of our health. The mind and body are closely linked, and their relationship can be a positive influence on health and quality of the life we lead.

Attitudes, beliefs and emotional states right from love and compassion to fear and anger can trigger a chain of reactions that affect our biochemistry, heart rate and the activity of every cell and organ within the -body. Emotions can also affect our body's reaction to stresses and strains, which can cause head and backaches and other physical problems.

The mind-body connection treats the entire person by addressing the stresses we face, particularly when illness occurs. Psychologists use the mind-body connection to figure closely with other health care providers to assess the lifestyles, attitudes and family support of those who are ill. They can help us understand the character and treatment of our illness and give an idea to assist in psychological well-being.

Transactional Analysis is one of the foremost accessible theories of modern-day psychology. Transactional Analysis was founded by Eric Berne, and therefore the famous 'parent adult child' theory remains being developed today.

In therapy, transactional analysis is often used to address one's interactions and communications with the aim of building and reinforcing the thought that every individual is effective and has the capacity for positive change and personal growth.

The transactional analysis integrates the theories of psychology and psychotherapy because it has the elements of psychoanalytic, humanist and cognitive ideas.

  • Track 15-1Parent
  • Track 15-2Adult
  • Track 15-3Child

Relaxation we are stating here relates to achieving a state of physiological relaxation or calm with decreased activity in the sympathetic nervous system and is characterized by decreased heart rate, blood pressure, brain wave frequency and metabolism.

Physical relaxation aim is to undo the tension and progressively relax muscles and muscle groups. Psychological relaxation is when the mind is free of stress and distraction.

Relaxation techniques are an excellent to help with stress management. Relaxation isn't only about peace of mind. Relaxation may be a process that decreases the consequences of stress on your mind and body. Relaxation techniques can help you cope with everyday stress and with various health problems, such as heart disease and pain.

  • Track 16-1Guided Imagery
  • Track 16-2Hypnosis
  • Track 16-3Deep Breathing
  • Track 16-4Progressive Muscle relaxation
  • Track 16-5Biofeedback
  • Track 16-6Yoga

It refers to one of the aspects of Clinical Psychotherapy that mainly focuses on the learned behaviors of the person and how different surroundings and environment influences them.

People who practice this therapy are called behaviorists or behavior analysts whose primary goal is to analyses the behavioral traits of the person and help to overcome the troublesome ones. It mainly focuses on the idea that all behaviors are learned from the environment. Due to this, behavioral therapy tends to be highly focused. The behavior itself is the problem and the goal is to teach patients new behaviors to minimize or eliminate the problems.

Behavioral therapy often over lapses with the cognitive psychotherapy and the cognitive behavioral therapy combine both.

  • Track 17-1Classical conditioning
  • Track 17-2Operant conditioning