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William James College offers an APA-accredited Clinical Psychology PsyD program with concentrations in Forensics, Children and Families , Neuropsychology, Geropsychology, Clinical Health, Military & Veterans, Latino Mental Health, African & Caribbean MH,
Newton, United States
Program Type:
Full Degree
Degree Level:
Clinical Psychology

Program Overview

Program Description:

One of the premiere APA approved Clinical Psychology programs in the nation featuring full and careful integration of academic theory and field practice throughout each of the five years of the program. This model enables students to develop theoretical knowledge and applied skills simultaneously, as each informs the other. Taught by experienced practitioner faculty, the program does not advocate any single theoretical orientation. Rather, it provides students with a generalist base in theory and practice.

The PsyD in Clinical Psychology at William James College offers areas of concentration in Forensic Psychology, Clincial Health Psychology, Neuropsychology, Georpsychology, and an intesive program in Chidlren and Families of Adversity and Resilience.  Additionally students can choose to pair a concentration with one of the following: Latino Mental Health, African and Carribbean Mental Health, Global Mental Health, or Military and Veterans Psychology.  Students in our multicultural tracks are encouraged to participate in one of  our summer international immersion programs.

William James College offers an APA-accredited Internship Consortium exclusive to our students.  The Internship COnsortium is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the American Psychological Association (APA).  We currently have 18 training sites in the Consortium, including hospitals, colleges, and community health agencies.

Learn more about our APA-accredited Clinical Pscyholgy PsyD program and our APA-accredited Internship Consortium on our website or attend an upcoming webinar.

Additional Program Information

American Psychological Association (APA), New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)
Financial Aid:
Possession of a baccalaureate degree, Submission of General GRE scores (no more than 5 years old) All Clinical Psychology doctoral applicants must successfully complete the following undergraduate pre-requisite courses prior to enrollment: General Psychology; Abnormal Psychology and two out of the following six courses: Developmental Psychology; Social Psychology; Personality Theories; Behavioral Statistics; Tests & Measurements; Physiological Psychology.

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