Ph.D. Candidate in Clinical Psychology
The Clinical Area values the development of clinical skills by offering a variety of theoretical and technical approaches to psychological treatment and assessment and training through our in-house Psychology Training Clinic, and external practica and internships.
All faculty, adjunct faculty, and applied practicum supervisors serving as supervisors in clinical practicum and internship training, are members of the College of Psychologists of Ontario. Prior to completion of this Area's PhD, students are required to demonstrate:
- Competence in research into clinically relevant problems. In addition to course requirements, this Area relies heavily on an apprenticeship system.
- Each student works closely with his or her supervisor and psychologists practicing in a wide range of internship settings for an interactive enhancement of both the academic and practical aspects of the student's educational experience.
- Competence with a reasonable sample of cognitive, personality, behavioural, neuropsychological and psychometric techniques of assessment.
- Competence with a reasonable sample of cognitive, behavioural, experiential, interpersonal and psychodynamic systems of psychotherapy.
All But Dissertation Complete
Cumulative Average: A-
- Ph.D. Dissertation Research (PSYC 7000)
- Ph.D. Cognate Requirement (PSYC 7010)
- Research Practicum I (PSYC 6820A)
- Research Practicum II (PSYC 6820B)
- Personality Psychology (PSYC 6510)
- Rigorous Alternatives for Contemporary Psychology (PSYC 6040)
- Univariate Analysis I (Statistical Analysis) (PSYC 6130A)
- Univariate Analysis II (Statistical Analysis) (PSYC 6130B)
- Independent Reading (PSYC 6710)
- Multicultural Counselling (PSYC 6750N)