The concept “clinical normal-psychology” indicates a focus on problems in everyday life. The goal is to identify, classify, understand and develop treatment and intervention in relation to problems within the normal spectrum. Such problems cause suffering and increasing risk for severe psychological illness and disease. One of the goals is to identify specific treatment methods that reflect the results of the clinical and experimental work. Heads of CKH: Bendt T. Pedersen & Einar B. Baldursson.