Students will develop and demonstrate knowledge in the following specific areas:
To know principles of clinical psychology
The course presents the link between the theoretical and the methodological levels in psychology and investigates the main areas of general psychology, e.g., attention, perception, memory, personality, thinking, communication, language, emotions.
Face to face lessons
Frontal lessons, case series discussion, role playing, working group
1. Major theoretical approach in Psychiatry
2. PSYCHIATRIC SEMEIOTICS
Appearance, Motor activity, Mimic, Language, Behavior, Psychiatric history
Attention, Consciousness, Memory, Perception, Thought, Affectivity, aggressive or violent behavior, Intelligence.
4. CLINIC FEATURES
a) CLASSIFICATION OF PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS - DSM 5 (A.P.A.); ICD-10 (O.M.S.)
b) DEMENTIA, DELIRIUM Epidemiology, Etiopathogenesis, Clinical pictures, Course, Diagnosis and differential diagnosis, Comorbidity, Prognosis, Therapy
c) RELATED SUBSTANCES: ALCOHOL, AMPHETAMIN, CAFFEINE, CANNABIS, COCAINE, HALLUCINOGENES, INHANTS, NICOTINE, OPPIACEI, PHENICLIDINE, SEDATIVES, HYPNOTICS OR ANSIOLITHICS. Epidemiology, Etiopathogenesis, Clinical pictures, Course, Diagnosis and differential diagnosis, Comorbidity, Prognosis, Therapy
d) SCHIZOPHRENIA Epidemiology, risk factors and etiopathogenetic hypotheses, symptomatology (initial period, state period, course and outcome), clinical forms, prognosis, diagnosis and differential diagnosis, therapy.
e) OTHER PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS: Nosography, Epidemiology, Etiopathogenesis, Clinical pictures and forms, Diagnosis, Course, Prognosis, Therapy.
f) MOOD DISORDERS Epidemiology, etiopathogenesis, clinical pictures (depressive episode, manic episode Hypomania, mixed states), diagnosis, differential diagnosis, course (unipolar, dysthymic, Bipolar, Cyclothymic, Rapid Cycles, Seasonal Affective), Prognosis, Therapy.
g) ANXIETY DISORDERS: PANIC ATTAC, AGORAPHOBIA; SOCIAL PHOBIA; SPECIFIC PHOBIA; GENERALIZED ANXIETY; OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER; POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER, ANXIETY DUE TO A GENERAL MEDICAL CONDITION; ANXIETY INDUCED BY SUBSTANCES. Historical and nosographic notes, Epidemiology, Etiopathogenesis, Clinical pictures, Course,
m) EATING DISORDERS:
ANOREXIA; BULIMIA, BINGE EATING DISORDERS Epidemiology, Etiopathogenesis, Clinical pictures, Course, differential, Comorbidity, Prognosis, Therapy.
n) PERSONALITY DISORDERS: Diagnosis and diagnosis GROUP A (Paranoid, Schizoid, Schizotypic); B (Antisocial, Borderline, Histrionic, Narcissistic); GROUP C (Avoidant, Dependent, Obsessive-Compulsive) Epidemiology, Etiopathogenesis, Clinical pictures, Course, Diagnosis and differential diagnosis, Comorbidity, Prognosis, Therapy.
5. TREATMENT a) PSYCHOPHARMACOTHERAPY; b) PSYCHOTHERAPY c) SOMATIC THERAPIES d) Psychiatric and psychosocial rehabilitation
6. ORGANIZATION OF DEPARTMENT of MENTAL HEALTH; MANDATORY MEDICAL TREATMENT
Acquisition of a theory of psychological that allows the use of intervention techniques in the light of a specific theoretical model. Lesson will be proposed in order to develop specific skills for conducting an intervention, with particular reference to the stages that characterize it: observation, exploration, interpretation will be highlight. Integrated management of the main methods of clinical psychology, such as interview, assessment, reporting, analysis of the demand.
Critical review of the basics of psychological intervention. Contextualization of the major theoretical and operational issues within a clinical psychological approach in the light of an integrated theoretical perspective. Focusing on early intervention. Efficacy and effectiveness.
Content of the training
- The different theoretical models in clinical psychology.
-assessment In clinical psychology.
-treatment in clinical psychology.
-Analysis of psychopathological case series.
The program of the course is aimed to describes the scientific psycology in the context of the philosophy and the physiology of the 1800's.In this frame will come examined in systematic way the history, the theories and the methods of the General Psychology and of the psycology of the personality. Main thematic issues regard: - The history and the historiography of the psycology; - the nomotetic method and the idiografic one; - the epistemology of the psycology of personality; - the clinical method and theories; - The others method of the psychology; - the faculties, the traits and personality; - the phenomenology and cognitivism. The course presents the link between the theoretical and the methodological levels in psychology and investigates the main areas of general psychology, e.g., attention, perception, memory, thinking, communication, language, emotions.