The Professional Psychology Program’s Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology prepares students to assess and treat psychopathology through immersive clinical training and research methods. Whether they are passionate about helping teenagers with depression, supporting veterans through holistic therapy or counseling patients in the LGBT community, PsyD graduates apply the lessons they learn in the program to help a wide range of people.
The degree encompasses four years of education and training in clinical psychology — usually a full-time, three-year (nine-semester) curriculum in residence at GW followed by a yearlong internship. PsyD students also have the option to complete a Master of Psychology degree during their program.
Application Deadline: December 1