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Clinical Psychology Concentration

The clinical psychology concentration will prepare students for graduate school in clinical and counseling programs, or to use psychology-related skills in their primary field. The need for additional licensed mental health professionals will be dramatically increasing with implementation of the National Affordable Care Act mental health benefits, particularly as technology offers opportunities to reach many more individuals who are interested or in need of therapy. Students are taught by faculty who span a wide range of specializations, and who will help students make connections between their career paths and psychology.

Career Preparation

Graduates with this concentration have gone into fields such as:

  • clinical psychology
  • counseling psychology
  • mental health counseling
  • marriage and family counseling
  • school counseling
  • school psychology

For Program Specifics

Amanda Egan, Ph.D.
Chair, Psychological Science and Counseling
Assistant Professor of Psychology
(317) 955-6074

Oldenberg Hall, Room 014

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