Child & Adolescent Track

Description

The Child/Adolescent Track/Concentration within the School of Professional Psychology combines academic and clinical training experiences designed to prepare students for work with child and adolescent populations. The track provides students with a way to cluster their training through a defined curriculum programs of research, and clinical practica that solidify core knowledge in the diagnosis, treatment, and assessment of children and adolescents.

It is our goal to train outstanding practitioner-scholars who can deliver and/or develop cutting-edge empirically-driven and validated treatments for this unique population.

 

Faculty Mentors

Faculty areas of specialization include stress and coping; anxiety and depression; behavior problems and adolescent deviancy; parent-child relations; family therapy; school-based interventions; multicultural counseling, assessment, and treatment with diverse youth; child assessment; and working with lesbian-gay-transgender youth.

 

Core Faculty

 

Requirements

 

Required Courses

In addition to the regularly required courses within the general SPP curriculum, the following electives are required:

 

Admission & Selection