Alternative Handbook 2022 launched to help prospective clinical psychology trainees

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The Alternative Handbook is a guide to training courses for prospective clinical psychology trainees, which is written and collated by our Division of Clinical Psychology’s Pre-qualification Group.

It includes responses from current trainees to a number of questions which gives those considering a future in clinical psychology a flavour of what it is like to be a trainee on the courses offered in the UK.

This year’s edition also includes information specific to the Covid-19 pandemic, and how courses have adapted to support trainees during this time.

A section on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion has been included in the handbook for the first time this year, which includes headline figures on the demographic make-up of the current cohort.

The handbook is made up of responses from 699 trainees on courses in the UK, which represents 33 per cent of clinical psychology trainees.

The latest edition of our annual handbook is now available to download.
Friday, October 15, 2021
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