The Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology is a 3-year program directed at meeting the requirements for licensure as a Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in the state of Massachusetts. Students are accepted for fall admittance, and they form a cohort that takes all of its courses together for the next 3 years.
This small and intimate group experience allows students individual face-to-face attention by faculty and promotes substantial growth in clinical and academic expertise. Students are required to enroll in both academic and applied courses including a practicum and an internship.
Although the curriculum provides a broad exposure to a variety of therapy modalities, the emphasis is on training in a behavioral perspective.
- develop a background in applied research and to train problem-solving skills
- be exposed to a variety of therapy modalities
- gain extensive experiential learning opportunities, practica, internships, and intensive supervision
- be prepared for licensure as certified Mental Health Counselors in the state of Massachusetts
M.A. in Psychology students may also choose concentrations in
MA in clinical psychology mean starting salary:
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A limited number of assistantships are available on a competitive basis. This award is subject to the work needs of the position and department, your satisfactory performance of duties, your academic record, and availability of funds, and may be subject to change.
Psychology: Clinical Faculty
Our faculty are experts in the field and have extensive experience in areas including:.
- pediatric psychology
- health psychology
- clinical training
- clinical research
- cognitive and behavioral therapies