(F,S) An introduction to the basics of clinical psychology. This course stresses the importance of theory, quality research, prevention, assessment skills, and clinical abilities in interventions. Reviews and examines three theoretical perspectives - psychoanalytic, behavioral, and phenomenological - and makes use of case material and real-world applications to illustrate each theoretical approach. There will be an emphasis on the advantages of the scientist-practitioner model of preparation for the multitude of functions available to clinical psychologists. Prerequisite: PSYH 200, or permission from instructor.