In the Clinical Psychology program offered by The University of Vermont, our graduates have pursued career paths in clinical research, clinical work and teaching, and all possible combinations of those domains. We seek to produce “the full package” in a clinical psychologist who is trained to generate research, work with patients, and/or teach psychological material from a scientist-practitioner perspective.
We aim to train students who, by the time of graduation, demonstrate the competencies required by the profession and the program’s competencies research competencies (PDF), clinical work competencies (PDF), and teaching competencies (PDF), and who after graduation are able to engage in professional activities consistent with health service psychology and with the program's aims.
Our data on student retention, years to degree completion, internship placement, postdoctoral fellowship/job placement after graduation, and licensure indicate that we are achieving this aim.
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