RIS ID

24329

Publication Details

Gonsalvez, C. J., Hyde, J., Lancaster, S. & Barrington, J. (2008). University psychology clinics in Australia: their place in professional training. Australian Psychologist, 43 (4), 278-285.

Abstract

There is universal recognition of the need for developmentally appropriate supervised clinical experience in professional psychology training. University clinics were established to provide a bridging function for postgraduate clinical psychology students, assisting the integration of psychological theory and research into real-world clinical applications and professional identity development.

 

Link to publisher version (DOI)

http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00050060802413529