Widener University

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Doctoral Degree, Clinical Psychology (PsyD)

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Application Fees 50
Course Fees 26640 26640 26640 26640 26640
Miscellaneous Fees 50 50 50 50 50
Enrollment Fee 100 100 100 100 100
Health Services Fee 166 166 166 166 166
Total Fees 27006 26906 26906 26906 26906


The clinical psychology doctoral (PsyD) program at Widener prepares students as both scholars and practitioners. Not only are students taught the science of psychology by expert faculty, they are also challenged to use this knowledge to develop practical clinical applications in areas such as: Applied psychology Intervention Psychological assessment Consultation and education Management and supervision Program evaluation In addition to classroom exposure, these skills are obtained during three years of practicum placement and two half-time paid years of internship rotations. Our students are able to gain experience in a variety of settings (e.g., inpatient, assessment, child, adult, outpatient) via placement during each year of training. Students also complete a rigorous research dissertation to further their expertise in the field of clinical psychology. But more importantly, PsyD graduates are taught a broader concept of leadership in the context of psychology, which will help turn their passions into something that will have a lasting impact on the field.


Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology

Department Description
The Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology’s doctor of psychology (PsyD) program is the longest-running PsyD program in the United States. In accordance with the “scholar–practitioner” model established by the National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology (NCSPP), students in this program learn a wide range of contemporary, evidence-based approaches to assessment and intervention (e.g., acceptance and commitment therapy, cognitive-behavioral, family/systems, and psychodynamic). Put simply, our doctoral program trains students to use science to inform practice and become outstanding clinicians and leaders in the field.

5 years

School of Human Service Professions

Institute Description:
The School of Human Service Professions presents you with the opportunity to develop your skills while helping the community and adding to your personal and professional accomplishments. Our undergraduate and graduate programs are highly respected with accreditations by national organizations, including the Council on Social Work Education, American Psychological Association, and the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education. The major programs of the institute are given below: Clinical Psychology Human Sexuality Physical Therapy Social Work Education

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