Graduates are trained for a variety of professional positions and prepared, with additional postdoctoral experience, for the psychology licensing requirements of all states in the U.S. All of our graduates to date have found suitable positions and many have published articles since graduation.
The Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at Ohio University is accredited by the American Psychological Association. For information regarding the accreditation status, contact The Committee on Accreditation, American Psychological Association, 750 First Street, N.E., Washington, DC # (202) 336-5979.
Career & Research Opportunities
Recent graduates of our program work in careers that include varying degrees of research and practice. Employment settings include medical centers, colleges and universities, independent practice, state and county hospitals, medical schools, school districts, university counseling centers, correctional facilities, and business and industry.
The doctoral training program in clinical psychology is based on the scientist-practitioner model and the primary goal of the program is to prepare students to become competent professionals in the field of clinical psychology. Ohio University’s program seeks to graduate students who are adept at providing both clinical services and conducting scientific research, as well as integrating science with clinical practice.
Program Learning Objectives
Knowledge Base in Clinical Psychology: Educate students about the content issues that presently define the knowledge base in clinical psychology.
Research Methods in Psychology: Train students in the use of scientific methodology applied to the study of human behavior.
Clinical Practice Competence: Facilitate the development of foundation and functional competencies associated with clinical practice.
Diversity in Clinical Psychology and Practice: Educate students on the role of human diversity as it relates to both the science and practice of clinical psychology.
Integration of Science and Practice: Promote the integration of science and practice in professional activity, which will continue to develop during the internship year and preparation for licensure.
Lifelong Learning: Facilitate an appreciation of lifelong learning to provide the flexibility necessary to adapt to evolving demands from within the profession, as well as social, economic, and political pressures for reform.
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