The Ph.D. degree program in Clinical Psychology at St. John’s draws students from across the country and around the world.
The MA in clinical psychology is designed to lead to certification in KY and other states which provide for certification of master's level psychologists.
This program is a terminal degree to train psychology professionals in mental health settings, particularly in the fields of applied behavior analysis and halfway houses and semi-restricted settings.
The doctoral program in clinical psychology offers training from a Boulder scientist-practitioner model. Training balances development of strong research and clinical skills.
The General Track is designed to provide students with a broad exposure to clinical psychology and to other areas of psychology that may be of interest.
The Clinical Psychology doctoral program follows a clinical-science training model.
Degree: Master, Doctorate
Pace University graduate programs combine theory learned in the classroom with the opportunities for practical professional education.
The programs are fully accredited two-year clinical and NASP two-plus internship school. Member of CAMPP, MPACT accredited.
The Clinical Psychology Ph.D. (Health Emphasis) program at Yeshiva University follows a scientist-practitioner or "Boulder Model" training model.
This two-year graduate program offers a broad professional foundation for students who will function as professional psychologist at the MA level.
The clinical program emphasizes skills in clinical assessment and therapy built upon a foundation of general psychology and research methodology.
We offer generalist training in clinical psychology following the scholar-practitioner model at a university setting.
The goal of the Doctoral program in Clinical Psychology is to train sensitive and caring psychologists who are also scientists, prepared to pursue new knowledge and objective answers to the complex qu
Our graduate program emphasizes the development of research skills. Typically, students begin research in their first semester by working with a faculty member on an existing research project.