PsyD in Clinical Psychology

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Earn Your PsyD in Clinical Psychology

Train to become a clinician who supports people through life’s challenges. The American Psychological Association (APA)-accredited PsyD in Clinical Psychology at William James College offers you the academic grounding, field experience you need to grow personally and professionally. As a graduate of our program, you’ll be equipped to work with individuals, families and groups and teach and mentor psychology students.

This program features ten concentration options so you can develop additional expertise and experience working with specific populations. You’ll also complete five years of field experience beginning from the very first days of your program.

The result is a life-changing doctoral experience that empowers you to make lasting positive contributions to the lives of others.

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Program Format

The PsyD in Clinical Psychology is a traditional on-campus doctoral program you can complete in five years.

The program embraces the William James College commitment to experiential learning, with classes and clinical experience coordinated to help you put theory into practice right away.

Clinical Experience Schedule

  • Year One – Clinical Practicum I (640 hours)
  • Year Two – Clinical Practicum II (860 hours) of clinical practicum experience
  • Year Three – Advanced Clinical Practicum I (960 hours)
  • Year Four – Advanced Clinical Practicum II (960 hours) or Part-Time APA-Approved Internship
  • Year Five – APA-Approved Internship (full year or second part-time year)

Emphasis Areas and Concentrations

Shape your professional identity by choosing to pursue an emphasis or concentration option. These programs offer additional knowledge and skills development for a specific branch of counseling practice or for a specific population.

College-Wide Concentrations

  • African and Caribbean Mental Health
  • Asian Mental Health
  • Global Mental Health
  • Latino Mental Health
  • LGBTQIA+ Studies
  • Military and Veteran Psychology

Program Emphasis Areas

  • Children and Families of Adversity and Resilience
  • Clinical Health Psychology
  • Forensic Psychology
  • Geropsychology
  • Neuropsychology

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