Doctorate in Psychology in Greece

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The PhD can vary depending on the institution and country in which it is awarded. Most scholars pursue a PhD because of strong motivation to contribute to the academic community as well as true curiosity about their chosen field of study. 

 

A Psychology PhD is required if you want to open your own private practice. In most cases, you will need this level of degree if you want to teach and conduct research at a university level.

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Top Doctoral Programs in Psychology in Greece 2017

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PhD in Psychology

University of Nicosia
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Greece Athens

The aim of the PhD program in Psychology are to educate and train psychology researchers who, depending on their specialization area, will be able to use scientific methods investigate and deal with factors that affect behaviors, cognitive process, and emotion. [+]

Best Doctoral Degrees in Psychology in Greece 2017. Duration (years): 3 Qualification Awarded: Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology Level of Qualification: 3rd Cycle (Doctorate) Language of Instruction: Thesis can be in English or Greek Mode of Study: Full-time Minimum Credits: 90 Minimum ECTS Credits: 180 Profile of the Programme: Aims The aim of the PhD program in Psychology are to educate and train psychology researchers who, depending on their specialization area, will be able to use scientific methods investigate and deal with factors that affect behaviors, cognitive process, and emotion. Objectives a) Develop students’ in-depth understanding and critical analysis of current literature and research methodology in the field of psychology. b) Develop students’ understanding and application of suitable research methodologies and scientific methods of investigation to enable them to carry out their doctoral research project. c) Enhance students’ research skills and facilitate the development of expertise relevant to their research specialization area. d) Educate students in how to disseminate research findings, conclusions and suggestions for improving educational or mental health provision to the scientific community, for example through publishing in academic journals and/or presenting their work in academic conferences and seminars e) Give students a broad understanding of research approaches and methods which will enable them to read and comprehend a wide range of academic research papers to enhance their research competence and facilitate the development of future research activities. Career Prospects: On successful completion of the program, graduates will be able to will be able to work as researchers and academics. Graduates will be able to work at research centers, work as consultants, and will be competitive applicants for academic positions at Universities. Access to Further Studies: Upon graduation, students would have obtained the highest academic title possible. Graduation Requirements The student must complete 180 ECTS and all programme requirements, which doctoral dissertation completion. Learning Outcomes By the end of the period of doctoral study, students are expected to: 1) Comprehend basic principles of research design, including an understanding of how to conceptualize psychological research, formulate researchable problems, and construct and test hypotheses 2) Show competence in applying a range of research methods and tools 3) Be able to manage successfully all the stages of a research project, including managing data, and conducting and disseminating research in a way that is consistent with both professional practice and the normal principles of research ethics 4) Understand and appreciate the significance of alternative epistemological positions that provide the context for theory construction, research design and the selection of appropriate data analysis techniques 5) Understand and apply the concepts of generalisability, validity, reliability and replicability and identify potential biases in the interpretation of research findings 6) Develop a sound understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of a range of research methodologies and data collection methods 7) Evidence competence in the use of quantitative and qualitative methodologies in psychological enquiry and exhibit skills in the use of quantitative and qualitative data analysis methods 8) Be in a position to illustrate and critically evaluate research methods used in psychological enquiry and demonstrate aptitude in the preparation, execution and management of an independent large-scale research study 9) Develop skills in the dissemination of findings to the wider academic community, initially through writing up their Thesis and then through publishing their work in academic journals and/or giving presentations in academic conferences and seminars 10) Acknowledge the impact of their own experiences, beliefs and culture on the processes and outcomes of inquiry, as well as the interpretation of findings, and through this process become reflexive researchers [-]

PhD in Clinical Psychology

University of Nicosia
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Greece Athens

The aims set for the program in Clinical Psychology are multi-fold covering the complexity and the multifaceted reality of the profession. These are to (a) provide the key clinical competencies and capabilities for independent and ethical clinical practice, and (b) create professionals based on the scientist-practitioner model that will be independent thinkers and producers of knowledge. [+]

Duration (years): 3 years Qualification Awarded: Clinical Psychology (PhD, 3 years) Level of Qualification: 3rd Cycle (Doctorate) Language of Instruction: English Mode of Study: Full-time Minimum Credits: 75 Minimum ECTS Credits: 210 Profile of the Programme: Aims The aims set for the program in Clinical Psychology are multi-fold covering the complexity and the multifaceted reality of the profession. These are to (a) provide the key clinical competencies and capabilities for independent and ethical clinical practice, and (b) create professionals based on the scientist-practitioner model that will be independent thinkers and producers of knowledge Objectives By the end of their training students should be competent in the areas of I. Assessment, formulation, intervention, evaluation and communication. II. Working with a range of clients in a range of psychological/psychiatric and/or medical problems/difficulties taking into consideration the social, the educational, racial and cultural background of clients III. Applying their knowledge and expertise in order to draw on a range of evidence based psychological models and psychological therapies in their work with clients. IV. Applying their academic knowledge and skills to ask scientific questions both in an academic and in clinical context and to be able to transform these questions into research hypotheses and investigation. Career Prospects: On successful completion of the program graduates will be able to will be able to work as independent clinicians, researchers, and academics. Graduates will be able to work as Clinical Psychologists in public and private hospitals or clinics, have a private practice, work at research centers, work as consultants, and will be competitive applicants for academic positions at Universities. Access to Further Studies: Upon graduation, students would have obtained the highest academic title possible. Graduation Requirements The student must complete 210 ECTS and all programme requirements, which include 1500 hours of supervised practicum, doctoral dissertation completion, passing the comprehensive examination. A minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.0/4.0 is required for graduation. A student who completes the coursework without achieving this minimum requirement will have to repeat one or more courses in order to improve his/her grades. Grades of C and below are unsatisfactory and students will have to repeat the course to improve their grade. Learning Outcomes The three years of study and training provided by the Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology program has been carefully designed to ensure that committed, diligent, successful students will: 1. Be able to critically analyze and synthesize information from evidence-based practices in Clinical Psychology using a variety of resources so that their training will constitute the basis for their development as lifelong learners and self-reflective practitioners. 2. Be able to use knowledge and skills in therapeutic relationships as derived from a variety of evidence-based psychotherapeutic approaches and which can be effectively applied in varying treatment contexts. 3. Develop skills in the selection, application, and interpretation of clinical and psychometric assessment methods as well as being able to assess the efficacy of their clinical practice. 4. Develop high ethical standards consistent with future roles as professional and responsible clinicians, and as informed by the ethical codes and standards of the Cyprus Psychologists’ Association, the European Federation for Psychologists’ Association (EFPA), and the American Psychological Association (APA) Code of Conduct. 5. Develop skills to work with a range of clinical populations, a well as value and appreciate the diversity represented by individuals of differing cultures, gender, ethnicity, races, religions, ages, physical/mental status, and other groups. 6. Will have the knowledge and skills to independently to design and evaluate intervention programs. 7. Adopt a scientific approach to addressing questions relevant to Clinical Psychology and develop proficiency in organizing research protocols and procedures. 8. Be in a position to illustrate and critically evaluate research methods used in psychological inquiry and demonstrate aptitude in the preparation, execution and management of an independent large-scale research study 9. Will have the knowledge and skills to independently design and evaluate research and psychometric instruments. 10. Develop skills in the dissemination of findings to the wider academic community, initially through writing up their Thesis and then through publishing their work in academic journals and/or giving presentations in academic conferences and seminars 11. Acknowledge the impact of their own experiences, beliefs and culture on the processes and outcomes of inquiry, as well as the interpretation of findings, and through this process become reflective researchers [-]