The Psy.D. program is based on the practitioner-informed-by-science model. Specifically, its goals are to train future psychologists in the core knowledge areas of the discipline and to prepare them to provide empirically supported assessment, intervention, and consultation services across a full range of populations, settings, and formats.
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