The American Psychological Association has accredited our Ph.D. Clinical Psychology program since 1979. By emphasizing the three traditional functions of diagnostic assessment, psychotherapy, and clinical research, we prepare clinical psychologists who will be able to serve in a wide range of professional contexts. We also provide a broad and flexible view of the discipline of psychology that enables graduates to engage in new fields of interest and emerging specializations.
On the continuum between practitioner and researcher, the Clinical Psychology Program at the University of Toledo strives for an equal balance between research and practice. Training in research conceptualization and methodology is an integral part of the education sequence, as is the development of knowledge and skills for direct clinical intervention.
We hope you find these pages informative. They give an overview of our training philosophy and program, describe our faculty and their interests, provide information about the financial support available to students, and describe our in-house training clinic.
The clinical department is accepting graduate applicants for admission in Fall, 2015.
If you have questions about the program, you can contact the Clinical Program Academic and Client Services Coordinator, Sabrina Nabors, who will either answer your question or put you in contact with a faculty member who can. Sabrina can be reached through the following information:
Sabrina A. Nabors
Academic and Client Services Coordinator
University of Toledo
Mail Stop 948
Director of Clinical Training:
- Sarah Francis, Ph.D.
The University of Toledo Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program has been accredited by the American Psychological Association since 1979. Questions related to the program's accreditation status should be directed to the Commission on Accreditation:
Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation
American Psychological Association
750 1st Street, NE
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