New Haven, CT
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology
The Clinical Psychology Program at Yale University is designed for students interested in clinical science research in psychopathology and its treatment. Students will establish and conduct independent but supervised research. Students regularly publish in scholarly journals and often are able to secure funding from outside sources for research. Graduates of the program will be experts in all aspects of research including data analysis, grant writing, and manuscript preparation. Another feature of the program is that all students are expected to acquire experience as Teaching Fellows.
- EPPP Pass Rate: 100%
- Students Who Obtained APA/CPA Accredited Internship: 100%
- Licensure Rate: 67%
- Mean time to complete program: 6.40 y ears
- Tuition: $0.00
- Funding: All students admitted to the clinical program have a full tuition remission and a 12 month stipend paid for at least 5 years in residency at Yale. For 2014-2015 the stipend was 28,400 a year.
- Application Deadline: December 1st
Recent practicum opportunities have included
Yale Psychology Department Clinic; Yale Child Study Center Program for Anxiety Disorders; Yale Child Study Center – Developmental Disabilities Clinic; Yale-New Haven Hospital; VA Connecticut – West Haven Campus; Substance Abuse Treatment Unit of the Connecticut Mental Health Center; The Yale Stress Center; and Yale Neuropsychology Practicum Training.