According to this article, psychology is the science of human behaviors and the ability to think scientifically. However, it is believed there are three characteristics separates and distinguish psychologists from other health care service providers in the illness in the mind or mental health field. In this case, the scientific technique has been considered the most of psychology’s uniqueness and a great reason for important achievement in academic and applied in the health fields Bray, (2010). In this regard, Psychologists are organized and trained to react and think scientifically, act rationally with the high capacity that is unique in their approach to the people they assist in the society or community. These abilities are observed by the Psychologists through measuring formulating and hypothesizing, collecting more data or information and revise or review their hypotheses not until they come up with the problem at hand, and its solution resolved (Douglas et al. 2015).
The study presents that there are significant differences in the acquiring of psychological literacy and mental health practical contact with and observation of fact or events between nursing, social work, medicine, counseling psychology and clinical psychology visa via other factors. Psychology is the breadth and depth of psychological literacy in the capacity of human intelligence. They are trained and prepared first in the whole field of psychology and only second as appropriate persons. It is believed that this basic training in the bio-psychosocial foundations of human performance describes professional psychology and provides a value added component.
The article examines psychologists’ unique compaction of skills and knowledge. It is favorable in positioning them to integrate different sources of data or information to make mental health diagnoses and the action of formulating (Douglas et al. 2015). This collection and the compaction of bio-psychosocial literacy and scientific techniques is believed to be one of the most things psychology can market well in its field of health.
According to this article, there is no present and aciculate systematic study documenting training in foundational and formation psychological knowledge across mental health professions in Canada. This study carried out a critical analysis and investigated the minimum required by law training in psychological knowledge required by professional mental health service actuators to complete their University training. The study makes practical and effective use of publicly available data sources.
Douglas D, Gregory A. and Jessica M. E (2015) Why Psychology? An Investigation of the Training in Psychological Literacy in Nursing, Medicine, Social Work, Counseling Psychology, and Clinical Psychology. Canadian Psychology Vol. 56, No. 1, 136–146. Mount Royal University