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Duties of the department

First, second, and third cycle education

The department provides an extensive range of courses and programmes, including freestanding courses, the programmes in behavioural science and in human resource development and labour relations, the programmes in psychology and in psychotherapy, and the PhD programme.

Study

Research

Research at the department is conducted with the help of direct government funding and external grants, and using the time allocated to teaching staff for research and professional development. All researchers and teaching staff belong to at least one unit or network.

Research

External engagement

Through our contact with the media, contract education, alumni activities, internships for students, personal initiatives by our teaching staff, collaborations with municipalities, healthcare providers, and business, we help disseminate knowledge and methods that are based on research in psychology.

Interact with us

Psychotherapy Clinic

The department has a psychotherapy clinic, located in Building O, where prospective psychologists work as therapists and offer psychotherapy at low cost. The therapists are supervised by registered psychotherapists who have received supervisor training.

The Psychotherapy clinic