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Department of Psychology
Full-time Faculty: 7
Full-time Faculty Identifying as Community Psychologists: 2
# of Students Admitted Each Year: 5
Available Student Assistantships: Research, service, and teaching assistantships
The Ph.D. Program in Clinical-Community Psychology is a scientist-practitioner program in clinical psychology that seeks to educate scholars and clinicians, who have strong commitments to research, evaluation, clinical practice, and community-based action, solidly grounded in the cultural contexts of all affected stakeholders. The program integrates clinical, community, and cultural psychology with a focus on rural, Indigenous issues and an applied emphasis on the integration of research and practice. Through combining the spirit of clinical and community psychology, the program promotes contextually-grounded and culturally appropriate research, evaluation, prevention, clinical service, community work, and social action, relevant to individuals, groups, families, and communities.
The Ph.D. Program in Clinical-Community Psychology is accredited as a clinical psychology program by the American Psychological Association.
The program focuses on training researchers and practitioners. Graduates from the program are typically employed in government, education, healthcare, consulting, the nonprofit and/or business sector.