Kean University’s Psy.D. in Combined and Integrated School and Clinical Psychology program places equal emphasis on both research and clinical training. The combined and integrated nature of the program enables students to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to practice in a variety of applied settings emphasizing inter-professional collaboration. In addition to extensive clinical training, students are given the opportunity to engage in research throughout all years of the program, thus advancing the profession through scientific and scholarly contributions. They are also expected to acquire basic and advanced competencies in School Psychology and Clinical Psychology, culminating ineligibility for appropriate certification and licensure.
During this 5-year program, students will develop core professional competencies, with emphasis on assessment, intervention, research and scientific inquiry, diversity, leadership, and the professional relationship, among others. In addition to coursework, students will complete externships in both clinical and school psychology, with the option to complete the third externship during their fourth year. Students will also complete a dissertation and an internship before becoming eligible to receive their Psy.D. in Combined and Integrated School and Clinical Psychology.
This is made possible by only accepting a small cohort of 12 students each year.
To learn more about the Psy.D. in Combined and Integrated School and Clinical Psychology, visit http://grad.kean.edu/doctoral-programs/combined-and-integrated-school-and-clinical-psychology.