Chapter 5 - Clinical Practice - Set A
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It is estimated that _____ of people seen by GS on a daily basis have emotional or psychological problems.
The primary method of collecting information in order to inform a diagnosis is:
The UK’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies scheme was launched largely to reduce what?
The UK’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies scheme provides training for large numbers of practitioners, called:
What can be seen as a series of hypotheses about what is causing a client’s problems?
Clinical psychologists are encouraged to reflect upon their experiences of working with clients. This can bring about which benefits?
Training as a clinical psychologist can be divided into three components. They are:
Many countries have adopted the ________ model as a basis for the provision of their services.
What percentage of NHS funds is devoted to the treatment of mental health problems?
Individuals who have been admitted by the courts are treated in a:
You are only likely to meet with a clinical psychologist if your symptoms are:
What is the main difference between a clinical psychologist and a psychiatrist?
Which of the following is not true of UK clinical training courses?
What is one of the features of clinical psychologists that differentiate them from other types of mental health professionals?
The medical model of psychiatric symptoms is often criticized for implying which of the following?