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University of Prince Edward Island Doctor of Psychology
University of Prince Edward Island

Doctor of Psychology

Charlottetown, Canada

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Introduction

The Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) is a doctoral program in clinical psychology which is comprised of 18 required classroom courses, 3 colloquium courses, a minimum of 750 hours of practical experience across four practicum courses, a dissertation across four courses, and a full time, 12-month predoctoral internship considered one course. The program is designed to prepare students to practice as clinical psychologists.

Infused with a critical lens, and focused throughout on integration of theory, research, and practice across individual and cultural diversities, the Doctor of Psychology Program prepares graduates to practice as clinical psychologists who will meet the needs of individuals, couples, and families, and also of broader communities and populations through the conscientious practice of the human art and science of clinical psychology.

Students will learn to develop, deliver and supervise high quality mental health services including assessment, diagnosis as appropriate, psychotherapeutic intervention and consultation, supervision, and research as well as learn to practice clinical psychology with an emphasis on responding to the broader needs for health and wellness promotion, community strengthening and prevention of psychological distress.

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