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PU CCP holds training course
PU CCP holds training course

LAHORE: (Monday, March 24, 2014): Punjab University Centre for Clinical Psychology (CCP) has started a ten-day internationally collaborative training course in Eidetic Psychotherapy and Eidetic Model of Growth. Prof. Dr. Farah Malik has organized this training in collaboration with International Imagery Association, USA, South-East Brothers of Charity Service, Ireland Republic, Pakistan Association for Clinical Psychologists and Higher Education Commission of Pakistan, Islamabad. Participants of this training course include trainees of MS, Advance Diploma in Clinical Psychology, PhD and professional Clinical Psychologis. The resource persons Dr. Akhter Ali Syed and Shazia Neelofur Principal Clinical Psychologists and Consultants, MHS Ireland Republic will be rendering training. Prof. Dr. Rukhsana Kausar, Director, Centre for Clinical Psychology, Dr. Nashi Khan, president, Pakistan Association of Clinical Psychologists, and a large number of participants were present on the occasion. Dr Kausar welcomed the resource persons while appreciating their skills, knowledge and contribution in the field of clinical psychology, especially for developing Growth Model for intellectually disable children and adults; the most neglected segment of society. She also urged the participants to acquire the skills enthusiastically to enrich their clinical training for the befit of humanity.