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We believe that research is an essential career commitment for those
who seek and obtain the Ph.D., and students accepted into our program
are expected to share that commitment. Students also learn
evidence-based assessment and interventions for adults and children with
psychological disorders, but students whose primary career goal is the
direct practice of psychology would be more satisfied in a different
training program. The aim of our program is to provide a structured set
of research and clinical experiences that will prepare students for a
career in clinical science. Therefore, graduates of our program will be
competent in designing, conducting, and evaluating psychological
research, as well as in delivering empirically-supported psychological
services. Consistent with this orientation, our program is a member of
the Academy of Psychological Clinical Science - a prestigious group of 63 university-based clinical training programs and 12 internship sites
that share similar goals for their programs and for the training of
future clinical psychologists.
The Clinical Science Program at the University of Delaware has been
accredited by the American Psychological Association since 1975. Our
most recent accreditation was in 2014 and our next visit is scheduled
for 2021. In addition, we were accredited by the Psychological Clinical
Science Accreditation System (PCSAS) in 2011, and our next visit is
scheduled for 2021. PCSAS was created to recognize and promote clinical
science programs that embody the highest training standards and that
graduate clinical scientists who advance our understanding and
management of public health problems through their research and
application. The Clinical Science Program at the University of Delaware
earned PCSAS accreditation by demonstrating a strong and consistent
record of producing graduates with successful clinical science careers.
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Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation
American Psychological Association
750 1st Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002
Phone: (202) 336-5979 / E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org