An overview of clinical psychology including: consideration of clinical psychology as a behavioral science and/or profession, origins and development of the field, models of clinical training, controversies regarding legal and ethical issues, and processing and communication of assessment data and procedures. Specialized topics or areas are studied and reported by students in some depth. These may include single or clusters of diagnostic categories; individual, group, and family therapy approaches; and community interventions. Topics vary from year to year. This course satisfies the power, privilege, and difference (PPD) requirement for Psychology majors. Prerequisite: PSYCH*206, and PSYCH*170 or PSYCH*172. Distribution Requirements: PD, SB.