Aims for the Clinical Program

Aim 1: To create an active and adaptive learning environment that trains students to be health service psychologists.

Aim 2: To create a scholarly environment that immerses students in diverse research methodologies and trains them to design and implement cutting-edge research.

Aim 3: To create a training environment that promotes and inspires students’ sensitivity to and appreciation of issues of diversity and difference and fosters emerging skills regarding cultural competence.

Aim 4: To create experiential learning and didactic opportunities in Child/Family and Clinical Neuropsychology that provide students with optional emphasis and exposure, respectively, and promote students’ abilities to pursue advanced training in emphasis- and exposure-specific careers as health service psychologists.