Below is information for Juniors and Seniors who might be considering attending graduate school in Clinical or Counseling Psychology in the next couple of years. Our program here at Radford University provides excellent clinical and research training at the masters level and we are hoping to recruit some of your best students. Attached is a brief description of our program. I encourage students who are interested in learning more about our program to check out our website and then to contact me if they have additional questions.
Web address: http://www.radford.edu/content/chbs/home/psychology/programs/clinical.html
We look forward to having more students from your school apply!
Ann Elliott, Ph.D. (firstname.lastname@example.org) 540-831-5790
Coordinator of the Clinical-Counseling Psychology Program
Interested in Graduate School in Clinical-Counseling Psychology?
Consider Radford University
The goal of our two-year, full-time, Clinical-Counseling Master's Degree Psychology program is to prepare competent professionals by providing a strong theoretical and applied foundation for those wishing to work in the field of mental health counseling or for those wishing to pursue additional graduate or professional training in counseling or in clinical psychology.
The program provides students with training in the content areas of: normal and abnormal development, the assessment and counseling of individuals experiencing mental health issues, statistical and research methodology, and the ethical practice of mental health counseling.
Students complete two semesters of applied research training during the first year in the program and two semesters of internship training and supervision in a clinical setting during the second year.
For more information about our program, please check out our website: http://www.radford.edu/content/chbs/home/psychology/programs/clinical.html
Attention Psychology Students - Important Notice!
Gonzaga Universityis extending their deadline
For the next two weeks they will be accepting applications from interested BYU-I graduates
Lisa Bennett at Bennette@gonzaga.edu
Gonzaga University • 502 East Boone Avenue • Spokane, WA 99258-0102• (800) 986.9585
We are currently accepting applications for:
Masters of Arts degree in Family Therapy at the University of Houston-Clear Lake
About Our Program
The Family Therapy program at UHCL has been accredited by the American Association of Marriage & Family Therapy (AAMFT) since 1983 making it one of the most established programs in the United States. Our unique program offers students the opportunity to become well-trained clinicians through our 61 credit hour degree track which includes an on-campus clinical practicum (2 semesters) and off-campus internship (2 semesters). We have over 20 internship placements throughout the Houston metro area that provide students with excellent experience opportunities.
Our campus is located within a 524-acre wildlife and nature preserve offering students a unique, tranquil environment. Students are also 30 minutes away from downtown Houston (4th largest city in the U.S.) and 30 minutes from Galveston beaches providing students with plenty to experience outside of the classroom.
The faculty of the UHCL family therapy program are active clinicians, supervisors, and researchers. They provide clinical expertise in Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples, Latino families, gender issues, and systemic work with families. In addition, active research groups are available for students interested in presenting at national/regional conferences and publishing in professional journals. Current projects include the following topics: outcome-based research on EFT, Latino couples, international family therapy trends, systems theory and creativity, and systems theory applied to business settings.
We know that many students need financial assistance for their education. UHCL offers the Dollars for Scholars program for incoming students that waives out-of-state tuition for students that qualify. In addition, the family therapy program offers competitive scholarships annually to family therapy students. The Financial Aid Office can help with providing students with low-interest loans and additional aid. In general, Texas offers a low cost-of-living with affordable housing and low-cost tuition compared to other metropolitan areas in the U.S.
Admission to the Professional Psychology Programs at UHCL is competitive. You must submit the program application materials between December 10 and January 25 for admission to the program for the following summer/fall. Applications require students to submit an application with letters of reference, official transcripts, and official GRE scores.
Download the Professional Psychology Brochure for a detailed description of the program, prerequisites, curriculum and application process. Follow the application process as described in the Brochure, for which you will need to complete the forms provided below:
Professional Psychology Application Form
We feel that the family therapy program offers a supportive environment to students that want to receive high quality training. Our graduating students are known for their excellent clinical skills. In addition, students seeking PhD studies following the program are well-prepared and are accepted to some of the top programs in the U.S.