Gain the essential therapeutic, assessment, diagnostic, and consultative skills needed for the clinical psychology field through Midwestern University's Doctor of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) program.
The Midwestern Advantage
Midwestern University's investment in education, faculty, research, facilities, and clinical training translates into our students being "Day One Ready.”
Midwestern University offers two APA accredited doctoral (Psy.D.) clinical psychology programs that emphasize a broad and general training in clinical psychology. The Psy.D. is considered the degree of choice for students interested in becoming practicing clinical psychologists. Therefore, the program emphasis is on the development of essential therapeutic, assessment, diagnostic, and consultative skills for the practice of clinical psychology.
- Private Practice
- Outpatient mental health clinics
- Outpatient substance abuse clinics
- Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Centers
- Schools and school systems
- Social service agencies
- Research and testing services
- Management consulting firms
- Corrections/Detention Center
- Department of Veterans Affairs
The Clinical Psychology Program at Midwestern University provides excellent clinical training opportunities and individualized advising. In addition, our Program emphasizes a student-centered approach with small class sizes, low student-to-faculty ratio, and a student-mentor program.
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Career Placement & Salaries
*Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Psychologists
Located just 15 minutes from downtown Phoenix. Students can study and live on our sprawling 143-acre campus and practice at our University-owned clinics located just across the street.
Located just 25 miles west of Chicago. Students can study and live in the comfort and safety of a 105-acre campus in the suburbs and can practice at our University-owned clinics located just 10 minutes away.