Clinical Psychology Ph.D. with Major Area of Study in Trauma


Ph.D. Clinical Psychology

Program Mission

The program trains students according to the scientist-practitioner model in mental health diagnosis, assessment, and intervention for adults who have experienced traumas, and in basic and applied research on the psychological functioning of adults with a trauma history. Upon completion of the program, students will be prepared to work in a range of settings, including mental health clinics and clinical practices, hospitals, VA's, colleges and universities, state offices, research institutes, and as consultants to a wide variety of other professional and community providers of services to adults who are trauma survivors.

For further information, please contact the Graduate Program Assistant:

Mr. David DuBois
Program Assistant I
Psychology Department
Office: Columbine Hall 4037
Phone: (719) 255-4500

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Required Coursework & Model Curriculum
Important Note about Personal Background Information
Program Goals, Objectives & Competencies
Veterans Health & Trauma Clinic
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Application Materials & Deadlines
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Graduate Student Handbook