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Psychology Doctoral Programs in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is home to some of the oldest and most well-established psychology programs in the US, and hosts more doctoral programs in the field than virtually any other state in the nation. Combined, these two factors make Pennsylvania a leading state when it comes to producing qualified and respected doctoral graduates in the field of psychology.

Bryn Mawr College

Department of Psychology

This department offers students the opportunity to study psychology from a variety of angles, starting at the undergraduate level and culminating with a doctoral degree. It encourages students to expand their knowledge in this field through advanced seminars, coursework, and supervised research. Students learn in a small liberal arts setting, while experience the advantages of a larger university.

Clinical Developmental Psychology Program PHD – CDPP

Using the scientist-practitioner model, this program combines teaching, research, and clinical intervention. The CDPP program is one of the only clinical psychology programs in the nation to focus on developmental psychology. To graduate, students complete 16 courses and a series of clinical practica, a pre-doctoral internship, and two dissertation projects – a master’s and a doctoral. Students typically complete their courses after four years. Students have recently completed their APA-approved internships at places like the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, the Pennsylvania Hospital, and Temple University Tuttleman’s Counseling Services.

Accreditation

  • The CDPP PhD program is accredited by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR).

Contact

Bryn Mawr College
Clinical Developmental Psychology Program
Bettws-y-Coed, Room 112
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010-2899
(610) 526-5010

admissions@brynmawr.edu
Program Website

Carlow University

College of Leadership and Social Change, Department of Psychology and Counseling

This college aims to graduate students who are leaders in their field and ready to promote social justice for vulnerable populations. This department’s psychology program combines different academic disciplines to achieve a diverse understanding of human behavior. Using a scientific approach, students have the opportunity to engage in research in pairs, teams, with faculty, and independently.

Counseling Psychology PsyD

Students can complete the 87 semester credits of this program in as little as four years. Graduates of this program are competent to promote psychological wellness in individuals, couples, families, groups, and larger social systems. Earning a doctoral degree requires four years of study beyond a master’s degree, which includes advanced didactic courses, practica, a practice-oriented dissertation, and a full-time internship to be completed in the student’s final year. Potential practica locations include the Allegheny General Hospital, the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, and Mercy Behavioral Health. Clinical focus areas include adult therapy, research, child therapy, and group therapy among others.

Accreditation

  • The counseling psychology PsyD program is accredited by the American Psychology Association’s Commission on Accreditation (CoA), and by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR).

Contact

Stephanie Wilsey, Psychology Program Director
Carlow University
3333 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

(412) 578-6394
sawilsey@carlow.edu
Program Website

Chestnut Hill College

School of Graduate Studies

This school designs its five graduate programs to produce students who are able to turn their advanced education into a purposeful career. Programs are designed to take a holistic approach to learning that segues into understanding of key academic theories and an application in the real world. The sole doctorate-level program offered through this school is the PsyD in clinical psychology.

Clinical Psychology PsyD

Using a cohort model, this program takes students through their course of study as a group, allowing them increased opportunities for cooperation and collaboration. Most students complete the 117 semester credits in this program in about six years, which includes an internship, doctoral dissertation, and multiple practica. Students entering this program with a bachelor’s degree must complete an additional 18 credits, and earn a master’s degree in clinical psychology as part of their studies. Students have the benefit of a three-day weekend throughout the course of their studies, allowing for time to complete practica and other activities. Upon graduation, students are eligible to take Pennsylvania’s test to become a licensed psychologist, the Examination for Professional Practice of Psychology.

Accreditation

  • The clinical psychology PsyD program is accredited by the American Psychology Association’s Commission on Accreditation (CoA), and by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR).

Contact

Andrew McCarthy
Associate Director of Graduate Admissions
Chestnut Hill College
9601 Germantown Avenue
Philadelphia, PA, 19118

(215) 248-7193
mccarthya@chc.edu
Program Website

Duquesne University

School of Education, Department of Counseling, Psychology, and Special Education

This school shares the university’s commitment to academic excellence as a Catholic research institution. Two significant doctoral programs within this department are its PsyD program in school psychology, and its PhD program in school pscyhology. Best Counseling Degrees ranks these programs as 38th in the nation for graduating students who are prepared to work in schools, clinics, private practice, hospitals, and research.

School Psychology PsyD

Graduates of this program are eligible to become licensed psychologists to work in schools, private practice, hospitals, children’s agencies, and other settings. Using the local-clinical scientist model, students complete this program’s 91 semester credits in four years. Following a strong didactic foundation that is emphasized during their first year of study, students have the opportunity to complete two practica, multiple seminars, and a 12-month internship during their final year of study.

School Psychology PHD

This program is comprised of 111 semester credits, which include advanced didactic instruction, multiple practica, a doctoral dissertation, and an internship. Most students complete this program in five years, and over the past decade about 25 percent of graduates went on to earn their professional license after graduation. Along the way to earning the doctoral degree, students also gain an M.S.Ed. and certification as a Pennsylvania school psychologist. Using the scientific-practitioner model of education, graduates of this program are also prepared to be leaders in the field of school psychology research.

Department of Psychology

This department provides education in the field of psychology from the undergraduate to doctoral levels. Internationally recognized for more than 30 years as a center for existential phenomenology, the department boasts a faculty, student body, and alumni organization that it is proud of.

Clinical Psychology PHD

Students completing the 89 semester credits in this program will cover detailed didactic subjects, complete comprehensive examinations, participate in a pre-doctoral year-long internship, and defend their doctoral dissertation. On average students take about seven years to earn their PhD, and over the past decade about 75 percent of graduates went on to become professionally licensed psychologists. Those who earn this degree can pursue careers as independent practitioners or work in research settings, medical care facilities, community clinics, and academic institutions.

Accreditation

  • The PsyD program in school psychology is accredited by the American Psychology Association’s Commission on Accreditation (CoA), and by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR). It is also approved by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).
  • The PhD program in school psychology is accredited by the American Psychology Association’s Commission on Accreditation (CoA), and by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR). It is also approved by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).
  • The PhD program in clinical psychology is accredited by the American Psychology Association’s Commission on Accreditation (CoA), and by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR).

Contact

PsyD School Psychology Program Facilitator, Scott L. Graves, Jr.
School of Education
G3A Canevin Hall
600 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15282

(412) 396-4477
gravess@duq.edu
Program Website

 

PhD School Psychology Program Facilitator, Scott L. Graves, Jr.
School of Education
G3A Canevin Hall
600 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15282

(412) 396-4477
gravess@duq.edu
Program Website

 

Psychology Department
211 Rockwell Hall
600 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15282

(412) 396-6520
psychology@duq.edu
Program Website

Immaculata University

Graduate Psychology Department

Each graduate psychology program offered by this department prepares students to be successful leaders as mental health clinicians at locations such as hospitals, community clinics, universities, governmental agencies, and private practice. Graduate programs offered through this department address philosophical, educational, ethical, cultural, and practical issues that encourage ongoing development within the field of psychology, emphasizing the value of serving others. The department’s PsyD program in clinical psychology most recently received a seven-year accreditation from the APA.

Clinical Psychology PsyD

Using the practitioner-scholar model, this program instructs students on important clinical topics such as psychotherapy and psychodiagnostics, fostering a strong research-skills background. Students have the possibility of earning a master’s degree in clinical psychology along the way, and this program has the distinction of offering classes on a nightly basis to accommodate students’ work schedules. On average students take six years to complete this program, and over the past 15 years 68 percent of students chose to become professionally licensed after graduation. The curriculum involves didactic courses, multiple practica, an internship, and a doctoral dissertation.

Accreditation

  • The PsyD program in clinical psychology is accredited by the American Psychology Association’s Commission on Accreditation (CoA), and by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR).

Contact

Jed Yalof, Graduate Psychology Department Chair
Immaculata University
1145 King Road
Immaculata, PA 19345

(610) 647-4400 ext. 3503
jyalof@immaculata.edu
Program Website

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Department of Psychology

This department offers a full range of degree programs, from the undergraduate to graduate levels. Graduates are prepared to work in fields that include social work, theology, advertising, medicine, law, personnel, and as professional psychologists. Students have exclusive access to the department’s Center for Applied Psychology. Several undergraduate psychology programs are offered, as well as a PsyD in clinical psychology.

Clinical Psychology PsyD

Based on a solid scientific foundation, this program emphasizes the professional applications of psychology. Students receive strong guidance and supervision as they develop their skills in psychological assessment, program evaluation, interpersonal relations, community outreach, and psychotherapy. Students usually complete their didactic education and practica within four years of full-time study (102-104 semester credits), plus a fifth year spent completing a full-time internship and doctoral dissertation. Over the past 15 years, 98 percent of students went on to become professionally licensed psychologists after graduation.

Accreditation

  • The PsyD program in clinical psychology is accredited by the American Psychology Association’s Commission on Accreditation (CoA), and by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR).

Contact

Psychology Department
Uhler Hall, Room 101
1020 Oakland Avenue
Indiana, PA 15705

(724) 357-2426
laporte@iup.edu
Program Website

La Salle University

School of Arts and Sciences

This school aims to develop a national reputation as a place with a strong sense of community and a vibrant intellectual environment in the the Catholic Lasallian tradition. The school is proud that its alumni are respected experts and contemporary leaders. As the largest division within the university, this school sponsors 33 undergraduate and 14 graduate programs. Particularly relevant is this school’s liberal specialized doctoral education in the field of clinical psychology.

Clinical Psychology PsyD

Graduates of this program have a foundation in the science and practice of clinical psychology. This means they may be competently employed in a wide array of professional settings, from clinical researchers to psychotherapists to psychological assessors. Using the practitioner-scholar model of education, students can choose from three specializations: general practice, clinical health, or child clinical psychology. Students also have the option of completing this program on a part-time basis for up to two years. In total students are expected to complete five years of full-time or equivalent study. The program culminates with a clinical dissertation and a one-year full-time internship. Graduates of this program will also fulfill the educational requirements to become a professionally licensed psychologist in Pennsylvania.

Accreditation

  • The PsyD program in clinical psychology is accredited by the American Psychology Association’s Commission on Accreditation (CoA), and by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR).

Contact

Randy Fingerhut
Wister M-12
La Salle University
1900 West Olney Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19141

215.951.1284
fingerhut@lasalle.edu
Program Website

Lehigh University

College of Education

This college places a high value on developing quality research and researchers. This is in turn diffused to professors, who instruct students in the most up-to-date methodologies. Using the best research, current students work on solving some of the most current pressing issues, including applied behavior analytic models in education and the creation of new, rich learning environments. The college has six programs, with notable doctoral studies in counseling psychology as well as school psychology.

Counseling Psychology PHD

Graduates of this program are qualified to provide counseling and mental health services to a clientele from a variety of cultural backgrounds. Using the scientific-practitioner model of education, the program adheres to the APA’s competency benchmarks for professional psychology. Students have the option of earning a master’s in education degree along the way to their doctoral credential, and those who begin their studies directly after earning a bachelor’s degree take an average of six years to earn their PhD. To graduate students must complete at least 102 semester credits which include a doctoral dissertation, a year-long doctoral internship, a practicum, a qualifying project, and foundational didactic courses.

School Psychology PHD

Students can choose among three sub-specializations when completing this doctoral program: school-based prevention, pediatric health, and pediatric school psychology. Depending on a student’s sub-specialization, between 99-107 semester credits are required for graduation. Studies include a doctoral dissertation, a doctoral internship, four practica, and multiple didactic courses. Over the past seven years, students have taken an average of around seven years to complete their studies. During the decade leading up to 2012, 93 percent of graduates went on to earn their professional license as psychologists.

Accreditation

  • The PhD program in counseling psychology is accredited by the American Psychology Association’s Commission on Accreditation (CoA), and by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR).
  • The PhD program in school psychology is accredited by the American Psychology Association’s Commission on Accreditation (CoA), and by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR). It is also approved by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).

Contact

Dr. Arnold R. Spokane, Professor and Program Director of Counseling Psychology
College of Education, Room A233-A
Lehigh University
Bethlehem, PA 18015

(610) 758-3257
ars1@lehigh.edu
Program Website

 

Dr. Patricia H. Manz, Associate Professor and Program Director of School Psychology
College of Education, Room A309
Lehigh University
Bethlehem, PA 18015

(610) 758-5656
phm3@lehigh.edu
Program Website

Marywood University

Psychology and Counseling Department

This department provides a variety of programs that range from the undergraduate to doctoral, preparing graduates to become psychologists, counselors, and other mental health practitioners. The department holds key values that include education, critical thinking, quality research, ethics, and critical competencies in psychology and counseling. Students can benefit from an expert faculty who are personally involved in students’ studies.

Clinical Psychology PsyD

Using a program model that develops researched-informed practitioners, students complete a total of at least 118.5 semester credits, which include six practica, a doctoral project, and a year-long internship. Students have the opportunity to work with the Psychological Services Center, which provides outpatient mental health services to the local community. Graduating students also fulfill the education requirements to become professionally licensed in Pennsylvania. About half of all students earn their degree in five years, and over the past decade 85 percent of graduates went on to become professionally licensed.

Accreditation

  • The PsyD program in clinical psychology is accredited by the American Psychology Association’s Commission on Accreditation (CoA), and by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR).

Contact

Psychology and Counseling Department
Marywood University
1032 and 1034 McGowan Center

(570) 348-6270
janey@marywood.edu
Program Website

Pennsylvania State University

College of the Liberal Arts, Department of Psychology

As one of the largest departments within the university, the Department of Psychology is graced by 50 tenure-track faculty members and three clinical professors. More than 1,200 students are enrolled as undergraduates in this department, along with over 150 graduate students. Among the most popular doctoral programs is the clinical psychology PhD. Over the past three years, three graduate students received a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.

Clinical Psychology PHD

Students enrolled in this program gain experience in applied clinical settings and research training in psychological assessment, therapy, and psychopathology. Upon graduation students fulfill the education requirements for professional licensure in most states. The first three years of this program are dedicated to didactic education, followed by a year spent completing their doctoral dissertation, which is in turn followed by a year spent in a pre-doctoral internship. Students can choose to specialize in adult clinical psychology or child clinical psychology. Most students earn their degree in seven years or less, and over the past decade 59 percent of students chose to become professionally licensed after graduation.

College of Education, Department of Educational Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education (EPCSE)

This college boasts over 2,200 undergraduate students and nearly 1,000 graduate students. These are instructed by over 100 tenure line faculty, who have collectively won 19 Fullbrights in the past seven years. Students entering the College of Education in 2015 received nearly $1 million in merit and need-based scholarships. Notable among its graduate degree programs is the school psychology PhD degree.

School Psychology PHD

This scientist-practitioner modeled program emphasizes both psychology and education, relying on the most modern literature, empirical findings, and research. Didactic coursework and multiple practica serve to train students in the major areas of school psychology practice: assessment, diagnosis, intervention, consultation, evaluation, and supervision. The majority of students enrolled in this program graduate within six years, and 100 percent became certified school psychologists after graduation. Throughout their studies students complete a long-term internship as well as multiple practica.

Accreditation

  • The PhD program in clinical psychology is accredited by the American Psychology Association’s Commission on Accreditation (CoA), and by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR).
  • The PhD program in school psychology is accredited by the American Psychology Association’s Commission on Accreditation (CoA), and by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR). It is also approved by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).

Contact

Department of Psychology, 125 Moore Building
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA 16802-3106

(814) 863-1721
sbg4@psu.edu
Program Website

 

Barbara Schaefer, Professor in Charge of the School Psychology PhD Program
104 Cedar Building
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA 16802-3106

(814) 865-1953
bas19@psu.edu
Program Website

University of Pennsylvania

School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology

Practical application and scientific rigor has been emphasized since 1887 when psychology was first taught at this university. The successor of one psychology professor at the university coined the term “clinical psychology,” and founded the first psychological clinic in the nation. Today the psychology department still plays an important role nationally in this field, continuing the tradition of the university’s original psychology faculty, who were among the found members of the APA. In fact, the APA’s first meeting was held at the University of Pennsylvania.

Clinical Psychology PHD

The university’s Department of Psychology organizes its PhD program in a unique way. Prospective doctoral students are part of a psychology graduate group, in which they can choose a field of specialization within the department. One of these fields is clinical psychology, which also includes elements of positive and social psychology. Within the framework of clinical psychology, students can focus on developmental, evolutionary, social, and cultural psychology, as well as psychotherapy or psychopathology. Students participate in didactic courses, proseminars, teaching, qualifying examinations, a PhD thesis, and a dissertation defense. They also have the opportunity to earn a master’s degree along the way.

Accreditation

  • The PhD program in clinical psychology is accredited by the American Psychology Association’s Commission on Accreditation (CoA), and by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR).

Contact

Paul Newlon, Graduate and Research Coordinator
Department of Psychology
3720 Walnut Street, Solomon Lab Bldg.
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6241

(215) 746-7328
pnewlon@sas.upenn.edu
Program Website

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

Department of Psychology

With a faculty specially trained in cognitive-behavioral therapy, students can enjoy a strong relationship with the professors in this department. The faculty-student relationship is recognized as one of the most important tools for education and forming tomorrow’s leaders in the field of psychology. Students can choose a graduate program that fits their career goals, including doctoral programs, certificate programs, and post-doctoral certificate programs. This department offers two relevant PsyD programs: one in clinical psychology and the other in school psychology.

Clinical Psychology PsyD

Focusing on a holistic approach to interdisciplinary care, this program relies on the practitioner-scholar model to educate students. The first two years of this program didactically cover the scientific and clinical foundations of this field. These are followed by two additional years of seminars, practica, and field work that students can use to gain valuable experience. During this time students also work with faculty mentors to develop their doctoral thesis. Studies culminate with a year-long internship at an APA-approved facility. This program is designed to be completed in a total of five years.

School Psychology PsyD

Graduates of this program are prepared to provide mental health and psycho-educational services to children, youth, and their families. This program is designed for working professionals, and students have the option of earning an emphasis in cognitive-behavioral therapy. Through multiple practica and an internship, students gain in-depth field experiences in cognitive behavioral therapy, advanced assessments, and brain-based interventions. Typical careers for graduates include work as a child psychologist or mental health professional in schools, hospitals, mental health clinics, and private practice. This program also fulfills the educational requirement to become professionally licensed in Pennsylvania.

Accreditation

  • The PsyD program in clinical psychology is accredited by the American Psychology Association’s Commission on Accreditation (CoA), and by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR).
  • The PsyD program in school psychology is accredited by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR). It is also approved by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).

Contact

Melanie Fields, Recruitment Assistant for the Clinical Psychology Program
Department of Psychology
4190 City Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19131-1693

(215) 871-6439
MelanieFi@pcom.edu
Program Website

 

Yuma Tomes, Professor and Director of the School Psychology Program
Department of Psychology
4190 City Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19131-1693

(215) 871-6946
yumato@pcom.edu
Program Website

University of Pittsburgh

Department of Psychology

With a fresh ranking that places this department’s faculty productivity in the top-five nationally from the National Research Council, students benefit from working with some of the best instructors in their field. During the course of their studies students within this department have the opportunity to conduct research in the cognitive and behavioral sciences that has an impact on understanding and solving real-world problems. The department takes pride in offering an interdisciplinary approach to the study of psychology.

Clinical Psychology PHD

Students graduate from this program as professionals who are competent to understand major clinical psychological problems. Combining comprehensive research and clinical studies, students cover important and integrated topics in the areas of health psychology, adult psychopathology, and developmental psychopathology. In addition to didactic studies, students complete at least 16 semester credits of clinical practica as well as externships, a teaching experience, a master’s thesis research project, a doctoral dissertation, and a one-year clinical internship. About half of all students earn their degree in a minimum of seven years, and over the past decade 67 percent of graduates chose to become professionally licensed in their field after graduation.

Accreditation

  • The PhD program in clinical psychology is accredited by the American Psychology Association’s Commission on Accreditation (CoA), and by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR).

Contact

Department of Psychology
University of Pittsburgh
Sennott Square, 3rd Floor
210 South Bouquet Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15260

(412) 624-4500
psych@pitt.edu
Program Website

Temple University

College of Education, Psychological Studies in Education Department

With a location in North Philadelphia, this college is ideally situated to provide students with easy access to a broad and diverse community. Students enrolled in academic programs through this college become prepared to be teachers and other school leaders who are competent to work with a population of students that is as diverse as Philadelphia’s. By its most recent count the college hosted 1,200 undergraduate students and 1,000 graduate students.

School Psychology PHD

Based on the scientist-practitioner model, this program is structured around the understanding that a school psychologist’s skills are derived from a scientific understanding of psychology. Students entering this program after earning their undergraduate degree must complete 115 semester credits, which include practica, an internship, a portfolio, and a doctoral dissertation. The internship must total at least 1,500 hours, to be completed in either one full-time year, or two years part-time. After completing this degree program, students go on to work in universities, grade schools, research facilities, government agencies, hospitals, and private practice.

Accreditation

  • The PhD program in school psychology is accredited by the American Psychology Association’s Commission on Accreditation (CoA), and by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR). It is also approved by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).

Contact

School Psychology Program
College of Education
1301 Cecil B. Moore Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19122-6091

(215) 204-0999
educate@temple.edu
Program Website

Widener University

School of Human Service Professions, Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology

This institute trains students to become outstanding scientists and leaders as clinicians in their fields. Offering master’s and doctoral-level programs, students enrolled in this institute can concentrate on areas such as child, adolescent, and family therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, consulting psychology, health psychology, forensic psychology, and psycho-analytic psychology. As its signature doctoral program, the PsyD in clinical psychology may also be combined in a dual degree program with graduate studies in business, criminal justice, and human sexuality.

Clinical Psychology PsyD

Based on the scholar-practitioner model of education, this PsyD program is one of the oldest of its kind in the nation. Graduates of this program are familiar with a wide range of evidence-based contemporary psychological approaches for both assessment and intervention. Real-world experience is a highlight of this program, which includes three years of placement in practica, followed by two half-time years of internship rotations. Recent graduates have gone on to work for employers such as the University of Pennsylvania Counseling Center, Sheppard-Pratt Trauma Disorders Unit, Kennedy Krieger Hospital, and the Renfrew Center. The PsyD is comprised of at least 120 semester credits. Students can choose from a variety of tracks within this program, and can also opt to earn additional certificates along the way to a PsyD.

Accreditation

  • The PsyD program in clinical psychology is accredited by the American Psychology Association’s Commission on Accreditation (CoA), and by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards/National Register (ASPPB/NR).

Contact

Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology
Jonnelle Rosengrant, Admissions Coordinator
Bruce Hall, Suite 201
One University Place
Chester, PA 19013

(610) 499-1206
graduate.psychology@widener.edu
Program Website

Graduates of Pennsylvania’s doctoral programs in psychology are prepared to enter their fields as qualified professionals. These students represent the next generation of innovators in clinical, school, and counseling psychology, who are capable of achieving their maximum potential with a terminal degree in their specialization. Graduates continue Pennsylvania’s long tradition of working at the national forefront of research, education, and intervention, based on the scientific principles of psychology.