Clinical Psychology (With Thesis)

Clinical Psychology deals with the evaluation and resolution of emotional, behavioral and cognitive problems that cause individuals to experience difficulties in daily life in childhood, adolescence, adulthood or old age, as well as possible relationship problems, conflict, crisis and stress periods in the development process.

Clinical Psychology Master's Program aspires to provide the theoretical and practical background necessary to distinguish these problems from one another, determine reasons for their occurrence and factors that cause their development, and to apply the correct psychological treatment.

Graduates of Clinical Psychology can work in various clinics of hospitals, mental health organizations, rehabilitation and family counseling centers, nursing homes as professional staff, managers, consultants and experts in many other institutions; educators / academicians who teach Psychology discipline at higher schools and universities.