Psy.D. Clinical/School Psychology

Prepare to deliver effective, evidence-based psychological services in a variety of settings with the Doctorate in School/Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) program. This innovative curriculum blends the professional areas of clinical and school psychology in a programmatic sequence of courses, culminating in the completion of a dissertation that addresses an issue relevant for the professional practice of clinical/school psychology.

Program Details

Standard Completion Time 
4 years


Program Credits: 96


Accreditation
American Psychological Association (APA)
Accredited on Contingency as of October 28, 2018

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Next Start Date:

The Doctor of Psychology program holds classes on the Roberts Wesleyan College campus in North Chili. Limited housing accommodations are available to students requiring lodging for the duration of the degree program.

Classroom

  • Monday, August 24, 2020
    Roberts Campus
  • Tuesday, August 24, 2021

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Program Highlights

Popular Careers & Employers

Careers

  • Psychologist
  • School Psychologist

Employers

  • School Districts
  • Hospitals
  • Mental Health Clinics
  • Integrated Health Care Settings
  • Forensic Settings
  • Private Practice
  • Offices for Students with Disabilities

Alumni Success

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Dr. Rebecca Draper ’20

Roberts Wesleyan College, Assistant Professor, Department of Social Work

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Dr. Julia Vitale ’20

Genesse Valley Psychology Post Doc

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Dr. Kristi Kohl ’20

Webster School District 

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Dr. Alyana Davison ’20

LOSATS (Linden Oaks Specialized Assessment and Treatment Services)

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Dr. Alysa MacMillen ’20

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Dr. Vanessa Komerak ’20

Webster School District

First Graduated Class of The PsyD program, 100% employed upon graduation.

Related Majors

School Counseling, M.S. - Our Masters in School Counseling program trains students to provide collaboration and leadership on behalf of children and families in public or private elementary, middle and high schools.
School Psychology, M.S. - Our Masters in School Psychology program prepares students to evaluate, diagnose, and treat children and adolescents, in consultation with parents and teachers.
Adult and Graduate Admissions - 585.594.6600 | 800.777.4792 (toll free) - AGE-Admissions@roberts.edu