Welcome to the doctoral program in Clinical Psychology Program at Teachers College, Columbia University. The Clinical Psychology Program was founded in 1947-1948. It was APA-accredited in the first group of programs that were reviewed for accreditation in 1948 and that status has been uninterrupted.
This graduate program does not offer training in clinical psychology, school, counseling or industrial psychology. If you are interested in any of these programs, please refer to the Teacher’s College web site for further information. Historically, the research programs in the Department were on the intersections of the social, cognitive and.
Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program Earn your doctorate in clinical psychology at Derner. Since its founding in the 1950s as the first university-based professional school of clinical psychology, the Gordon F. Derner School of Psychology has set the pace for doctoral-level training in the field.I am a professor of medical psychology, a clinical psychologist and board certified in clinical child and adolescent psychology. In addition to serving as Director of the Columbia University Clinic for Anxiety and Related Disorders at 3 Columbus Circle, I also conduct research and train residents, fellows and psychology postdoctoral fellows and interns.Assistant Clinical Professor of Medical Psychology (in Psychiatry) at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras. View profile View profile badges View.
Michael Wheaton, PhD is a clinical researcher in the Anxiety Disorders Clinic at the New York State Psychiatric Institute. After completing his undergraduate degree at Cornell University, Dr. Wheaton received his PhD in clinical psychology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Wheaton completed his clinical psychology internship at the University of Illinois at Chicago where.Read More
The Office of Clinical Psychology contributes to clinical education and the development of clinical services within Columbia University's Department of Psychiatry and CUIMC.Read More
Graduate. As a graduate student in the Department of Psychology, you can choose from Ph.D. training programs in experimental psychology, clinical-community psychology (APA accredited as a program in clinical psychology), and school psychology (APA accredited, NASP accredited).Read More
Psychology is a diverse discipline that attempts to understand the basis of behaviour, thoughts and emotions. Psychology at UBC was introduced as a single course in 1915 and was initially offered by the Department of Philosophy. Over the years, the number of courses and instructors grew until we officially became the Department of Psychology in 1958.Read More
Students should also take a variety of more advanced undergraduate courses and seminars. Students interested in PhD programs in any area of psychology are very strongly encouraged to participate in a research lab and enroll in PSYC UN3950 Supervised Individual Research. Students are also encouraged to apply for the Psychology Honors Program at the end of their sophomore year.Read More
The Psychology Clinic at the University of Victoria has the dual purpose of serving the community and training clinical psychology graduate students. Services are provided by students in the M.Sc. and Ph.D. clinical psychology programs and are supervised by Registered Clinical Psychologists.Read More
The PhD program in Psychology trains students for careers in research and teaching. In addition to a wide range of courses, the PhD program is characterized by close collaboration between students and their faculty advisors. General Information The Department of Psychology holistically reviews each candidate's complete application to assess promise for a career in teaching.Read More
The psychology graduate program at the University of British Columbia’s Okanagan campus offers tier-one research-based degrees to students in a collegial, close-knit setting. Our high-calibre graduate students dedicate their lives to bettering the lives of others through research and clinical work.Read More
Pace University’s PhD Program in Clinical Psychology (with a Health Care Emphasis), focused on the mind-body connection, is designed to prepare clinical psychologists as scientific investigators and health service providers who develop special expertise in biopsychosocial facets of health and well-being.Read More