Rosemead’s Doctor of Psychology in clinical psychology program equips psychologists with the knowledge, training and enhanced professional skills to care for people’s psychological needs in a variety of settings. By integrating the science of psychology with Christian theology, the program prepares graduates who understand and practice psychology as a God-ordained calling. As a practitioner’s degree, the Psy.D. is designed for those who primarily seek to go into full-time practice — and thus emphasizes the ability to understand and apply research, rather than conduct original research. The program has been accredited by the American Psychological Association since 1980.
Why Choose the Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology?
There are several key advantages to enrolling in Rosemead’s Psy.D. program in clinical psychology, such as:
Receive thorough preparation for full-time positions as a psychological practitioner.
Take more psychotherapy lab courses and practicum credits to prepare to understand and apply research.
Learn from distinguished Christian psychologists and philosophers, with a student-faculty ratio of 8:1.
Earn a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology after the first two years of the Psy.D. program, pending fulfillment of all degree requirements.
Graduate with a minor in theology and biblical studies as you earn your master’s and doctoral degrees.