What is a “Professional Psychologist”?
What is clinical psychology and how does it differ from other types of training?
How do PsyD and PhD programs differ?
How do you decide on a program?
Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology
These schools and programs provide the kinds of educational and practical experiences required for the practice of professional psychology. There are programs in clinical, counseling, school, and other areas of professional psychology. Students are trained to provide personality and intelligence testing, diagnostic services, individual, family, marital, and group therapy, and other forms of treatment. These institutions may also provide coursework in such areas as executive coaching, sports psychology, forensic psychology, and psychopharmacology. They may provide preparation for involvement in consultation, management, supervision, and education.
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Internship Information Websites
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Sending Student Delegates to NCSPP Conferences
Representation Cycle – Schools take turns sending student delegates. This schedule shows which school are eligible for student NCSPP conference funding.
American Psychological Association Student Page
Click here to view information that APA has compiled for students.