|Description:||Our Clinical program has held continuous accreditation from the Canadian Psychological Association for more than 20 years. This accreditation attests to the high quality of both the research and applied practice components of our programs. Students in the Clinical Program can specialize in: Adult Clinical Psychology, Child Clinical Psychology, and Clinical Neuropsychology. Through these programs students can access a variety of psychotherapy modalities, such as CBT, EFT, psychodynamic and family therapy.
A PhD is the minimum educational requirement to become registered or licensed to practice as an independent clinical psychologist in most jurisdictions in North America.Students who are most successful in clinical programs are academic high-achievers with strong interest in the science of human behaviour, well-developed interpersonal skills, and the desire to help improve the lives of others through careers in research and professional practice. On admission, students spend six to seven years taking courses,conducting research for their MA thesis and PhD dissertation,accruing supervised clinical experience in a variety of practicum settings, and completing a one-year, full-time internship in an accredited clinical setting.
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