POST GRADUATION DIPLOMA IN PSYCHOLOGY & COUNSEELING

JRD Global EDU
Online

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  • Post Graduate Diploma
  • Online
  • Duration:
    1 Year
  • Credits:
  • Online campus
Description

Psychology is the study of the human mind and its functions. Psychology certificates and diplomas require undergraduate or graduate program enrollment. Undergraduate certificate programs are intended for students who are interested in studying psychology, but not as their primary academic degree major.

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Where and when

Starts Location Timetable

Online

Frequent Asked Questions

· What are the objectives of this course?

Psychology certificates alone are not enough to gain employment conducting therapy or mental health counseling; however, an undergraduate degree and certificate may lead to supportive positions in social and human services. More opportunities exist for psychology graduate degree and certificate holders. The possibilities differ for doctoral degree versus master's degree holders, but both have the chance to help other individuals through counseling. Job titles may include the following: Career Counselor Case manager Outreach coordinator Clinician Psychologist Social worker

· Who is it intended for?

GRADUATE CANDIDATE CAN APPLY

· Requirements

GRADUATE CANDIDATE CAN APPLY

· Qualification

GRADUATE CANDIDATE CAN APPLY

· What marks this course apart?

ONLINE STUDY SELF LEARNING PROGRAM

· What happens after requesting information?

ON LINE APPLICATION FORM REGISTRATION DETAILS

What you'll learn on the course

Psychology
Psychoanalysis
Psychological

Teachers and trainers (1)

SNEHA SHARMA
SNEHA SHARMA
COUNSELOR

Course programme

PART I—OUR MENTAL MACHINERY.

Thinking About Thinking

Perception: Why Can’t We See What Is There To Be Seen?.

Memory: How Do We Remember What We Know?

PART II—TOOLS FOR THINKING

Strategies for Analytical Judgment: Transcending the Limits of Incomplete Information

Do You Really Need More Information?

Keeping an Open Mind

Structuring Analytical Problems

Analysis of Competing Hypotheses

PART III—COGNITIVE BIASES

What Are Cognitive Biases?

Biases in Evaluation of Evidence

Biases in Perception of Cause and Effect

Biases in Estimating Probabilities

Hindsight Biases in Evaluation of Intelligence Reporting

PART IV—CONCLUSIONS

Improving Intelligence Analysis


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