Mental Health

The World Health Organization (WHO) conceptualizes mental health as a “state of mental well-being that enables people to cope with the stresses of life, realize their abilities, learn well and work well, and contribute to their community.” It is an integral component of health and well-being that underpins our individual and collective abilities to make decisions, build relationships, and shape the world we live in.

Department of Mental Health

Clinical Psychology is one of the most diverse subfields of Psychology, both academically and in real-world cases. A clinical psychologist deals with the investigation, diagnosis and evaluation, treatment and prevention of mental difficulties and mental disorders, both in the general population and in various subgroups. Clinical psychologists approach all forms of psychopathology primarily in accordance with the biopsychosocial model, which has as its central tenet the investigation and treatment of mental disorders while taking into account all social, psychological, and biological factors that contributed to the manifestation of psychopathology. A clinical psychologist, for instance, might work with individuals in all age groups and socioeconomic backgrounds, who may or may not have comorbidities with other medical conditions.

Department of Clinical Psychology

Department of Psychiatry

Department of School-Educational Psychology

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