The communication domain is worth 10% of the NPE and tests your knowledge of appropriate methods of communication with clients, other professionals, organisations and the wider community.
The intervention domain is worth 30% of the NPE and focuses on diagnosis, formulation and intervention. This includes planning of evidence-based interventions, implementation and evaluation of outcomes.
The ethics domain is worth 30% of the NPE and focuses on legal, ethical, professional conduct and its application to psychological practice. Knowledge and application of relevant legislation are essential.
The assessment domain is worth 30% of the NPE and focuses on skills and knowledge in conducting evidence-based psychological assessment, and applying this knowledge to problem formulation.
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