Name of Institution
Clinical psychology is a subdivision of psychology that looks to provide incessant and inclusive behavioural and mental health care for individuals with mental illness and disability (American Psychological Association, 2016). Clinical psychology covers people from all ages and backgrounds.
History of Psychology
Clinical psychology started to become a profession in the United States in the late 19th century when psychologists conducted studies on patients who were in mental asylums and that time. Lightner Witmer established the earliest psychological clinic in at the University of Pennsylvania in the year 1896 (Baron, 2006). In 1908 the first edition of The Psychological