Rehabilitation Psychology is the application of psychological knowledge and understanding on behalf of individuals with disabilities and society through such activities as research, clinical practice, teaching, public education, development of social policy and advocacy.
Professionals who provide Rehabilitation Psychology services are called Rehabilitation Psychologists. Rehabilitation Psychologists participate in a broad range of activities including clinical care, program development, service provision, research, education, administration, public policy.
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Submitted on: 25-Dec-2005