University of Denver
Graduate School of Professional Psychology
International Disaster Psychology
Master of Arts - International Disaster Psychology
The University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology is proud to offer our Master's Program in International Disaster Psychology. This degree is designed for those who wish to provide effective mental health and psychosocial services to individuals and communities in the US and globally who are affected by traumatic events, acute and chronic civil conflict, natural disasters, and health-related pandemics. Our program is recognized for 'Innovative Graduate Training' by both the American Psychological Association & the National Council of Schools in Professional Psychology, and is the first master's program of its kind in the nation.
A Few Program Highlights
-We provide foundational skills in clinical psychology combined with the specific skills needed to work in the field of trauma and disaster globally.
-Our program includes a vast array of Denver-based field-placements as well as international internships that are central to our training model of combining theory and practice.
-We have recently launched our in-house training clinic, the Trauma and Disaster Recovery Clinic, serving the larger Denver community.
-Our students and faculty work together creating a collaborative learning environment that fosters professional development.
Facts & Figures
Financial Aid: No
International Financial Aid: No
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Locale: Large City
Size & Settings: 10,000-19,999