Clinical Psychology Programs

Clinical Psychology programs provide students with training in the psychological bases of behavior. They study clinical professional skills, such as assessment, intervention, consultation, and evaluation. They learn to apply these skills in a variety of mental health settings. They examine the biomedical bases of behavior, health psychological theories, and clinical applications. They often study a certain amount of health psychology, neuropsychology, and psychophysiology. Programs are designed to prepare students to engage in research, instruction, and service in the areas of mental health.

Students in these programs experience a wide range of clinical and consulting settings. They learn the principles of research and the methodology that supports it. They develop skills in the formulation, design and implementation of psychological research. They develop confidence to be in the role of the psychologist. They learn the skills they need to become valuable clinician-researchers who go on to pursue successful careers in a wide variety of clinical settings.

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Clinical Psychology Programs

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