Clinical Psychology Sequence
The Clinical Sequence in Psychology is designed to develop competent and creative professionals who have the capacity to function in a variety of clinical settings, including research and academic settings.
The faculty strives to present balanced training and experience in research and clinical work. Students are expected to develop proficiency in:
- content, theories, and methodological approaches of psychology;
- planning and execution of psychological research;
- specialized knowledge of psychological dysfunction and treatment;
- psychological assessment procedures; and
- knowledge of and observance of the ethical standards of the profession.
The program seeks to produce sensitivity to cultural and individual differences. It is aligned with course requirements for eligibility for examination for the Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Illinois. This profession is regulated by the Illinois Dept. of Professional Regulation. Examination information, applications, and licensure requirements can be seen at: http://www.idfpr.com/dpr/WHO/prfcns.asp
The Student Learning Objectives and related assessments for this program are listed here: Program Objectives and Assessment.docx.