Pennsylvania Masters in Psychology Programs and Resources

Pennsylvania colleges below are categorized by affordability and all offer postgraduate psychology degree programs. There are 30 schools offering 71 programs. These programs include these areas of study: psychology, counseling psychology, clinical psychology, clinical-community psychology, industrial/organizational psychology, school psychology, applied psychology, educational psychology, exercise science and health promotion, child psychology, experimental psychology, applied clinical psychology; community psychology and social change; health psychology, professional studies in the psychology of leadership, applied positive psychology, applied developmental psychology; applied cognitive and brain sciences; law and psychology; and marketing and psychology. See the resources section for local psychology information. Neighboring states that offer psychology programs include Maryland, West Virginia, Ohio, New York, New Jersey, and Delaware.

Pennsylvania Masters in Psychology

Pennsylvania Masters in Psychology Degree Programs (Terminal)

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Marywood University The MU MA in Psychology has two concentrations: General/Theoretical Psychology for students who wish to develop a broad-based understanding of psychology for varied purposes and Clinical Services for those who wish to function in a mental health agency or other human services setting where the psychologist provides a range of consultative, assessment, and therapeutic functions.
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Holy Family University The HFU Masters in Counseling Psychology prepares students to become competent scholar-practitioners who are eligible for state licensure and/or certification in their particular specialty area. Concentrations include: Art Therapy, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Correctional Counseling, and School Counseling.
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Chestnut Hill College (MPCAC) The CHC Masters in Clinical and Counseling Psychology will prepare students to become competent and ethical mental health professionals. Seven areas of concentration include: Child and Adolescent Therapy; Child and Adolescent Therapy with Specialization in Autism Spectrum Disorders; Co-Occurring Disorders ; Diverse and Underserved Communities; Couple and Family Therapy; Trauma Studies, and Generalist in Psychology.
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Saint Joseph's University The SJU Master of Science in Psychology offers students a general curriculum of study with an emphasis on experimental psychology. Students will be trained to independently design and conduct psychological studies, analyze and interpret data and professionally communicate the findings of these studies. Core and elective courses include topics such as biopsychology, memory, social psychology and many other specialized areas of research.
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Point Park University The PPU Masters in Clinical-Community Psychology offers a theoretical orientation based in existential-humanistic, feminist, critical and liberation social psychologies. We train our students to work for community mental health outreach programs and community focused nonprofit organizations while also preparing them for further graduate studies in psychology or related fields.
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Chatham University The Chatham MA in Psychology (MAP) mission is to provide students a foundation in the study of human behavior and skills for working with people. The program emphasizes critical thinking and problem-solving skills, self-awareness, attention to socio-cultural diversity, application of knowledge, and both collaborative and independent work.
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Chatham University (MPCAC) The Chatham MS in Counseling Psychology mission is to train students from diverse backgrounds to be competent and ethical counselors who integrate a science-informed perspective with a strength-based approach to practice, and to develop counselors who embrace the multicultural and social justice counseling competencies with diverse populations across a wide variety of settings.
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Carlow University The CU MA in Psychology (MAP) has a focus on the development of research skills, and four distinct coursework concentrations. You can choose a concentration in: Forensic Psychology, Educational Psychology, Assessment Psychology or Exploration Psychology.
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Villanova University The VU Master of Science in General Psychology is designed to provide excellent training in research skills. Laboratory courses in cognitive psychology, statistics, and physiological psychology are complemented by a rich array of electives in various other subfields of Psychology. The elective courses are designed to allow students the flexibility to tailor the program to their particular goals.
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West Chester University The WCU MA in General Psychology is designed primarily for those students who seek to improve their knowledge, skills and research experience in psychology in order to strengthen their educational background for application to doctoral programs or professional growth. The WCU Masters in Industrial/Organizational Psychology is designed for students who plan careers in Human Resource areas of business, industry, government, or other organizations.
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Millersville University (NASP) The MU Master of Science in Clinical Psychology trains competent, multi-skilled, and ethically-informed practitioners to work in mental health settings or pursue advanced doctoral study. The MU Masters of Science with Certification in School Psychology prepares students for entry level positions as school psychologists in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania who will work with students in school settings.
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Shippensburg University The SU MS in Applied Psychology is a broad-based, general degree with ample opportunities to engage in research with faculty. Tracks include a General Psychology/Comprehensive track, a Research Track, and a Applied Track. SU has energetic psychology faculty with a reputation for excellence in teaching and research.
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Edinboro University The EU Online Master of Education in Educational Psychology offers students a broad theoretical and practical background in both education and psychology. The program provides educators with an understanding of procedures for progress monitoring and using research supported practices without losing focus on the importance of having a broad understanding of the psychological development of all children.
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Indiana University of Pennsylvania (NASP) The IUP Masters in Educational and School Psychology covers the study of the social, cognitive, emotional, and educational development of children and young adults. While designed for students who plan to pursue certification in school psychology after the master’s degree, this program is also for those who want to take on entry-level professional careers as practitioners or administrators.
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California University of Pennsylvania (NASP)(NCATE) The CAL U Masters Degree in School Psychology is designed for bachelor's degree holders in any field and can be completed in 14 months of full-time study. School psychologists received highly specialized training that sets them apart from school counselors, social workers and child psychologists.
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California University of Pennsylvania The Cal U MS in Exercise Science and Health Promotion - Sport Psychology concentration courses provide information to assist healthcare professionals, fitness professionals, coaches and others in identifying precursors to injury, as well as psychological effects post-injury and during rehabilitation.
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Duquesne University The DU MSEd in Child Psychology will prepare you to pursue a rewarding career as an educational advocate for children. The program includes curriculum to enhance paraprofessional mental health services provided to children in community and school settings.
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Bucknell University The BU Masters in Experimental Psychology is intended primarily for students planning to enter a Ph.D. program and pursue a career in research, teaching, or health-service psychology. The program involves both research and course work but is unusual in the extent to which it provides students with extensive research experience and skills under the close supervision of faculty members.
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Lehigh University The LU Master or Science degree in Psychology is offered every year to a few well-qualified students. The program is a selective, research-intensive program that focuses on Cognitive, Developmental and Social Psychology and students define an area of specialization through their research experiences and selection of graduate seminars.
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Pennsylvania State University Behrend The Penn State Behrend Master of Arts in Applied Clinical Psychology is a research-based degree with practical applications and employment flexibility. The program makes it possible for you to work in outpatient settings, inpatient settings, partial hospitalization programs, clinics, mental health agencies, human service agencies, community service agencies, colleges and universities, schools, prisons, consultancies, drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs, and research laboratories.
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Pennsylvania State University Harrisburg Penn State Harrisburg offers a Master of Arts in Community Psychology and Social Change which emphasizes leadership, community development, social activism and public advocacy. Also offered is the Master of Arts in Applied Clinical Psychology which students to work as mental health professionals in various settings.
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Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine The PCOM MS in School Psychology with a specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis is committed to training school psychologists and behavior analysts who are thoroughly prepared for service and practice in the 21st century and offers a holistic and integrated view of health care. PCOM also offers a MS in in Counseling and Clinical Health Psychology which is designed to prepare counselors to work in the mental health field or to pursue doctoral study in psychology and counseling.
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Arcadia University (MPCAC) The AU MA in Counseling Psychology prepares highly qualified mental health clinicians for positions in schools, community mental health centers, business and industry settings, hospitals, and other health agencies. Through specialized training in multicultural counseling, we develop clinicians who are committed to both social justice and evidence-based practices.
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University of the Sciences The USciences Master of Science in Health Psychology offers a thesis-option with rigorous courses based in applied experimental psychology, preparing you to pursue your doctoral degree. The non-thesis track prepares students for clinical research coordination, health communications, medical school, public health programs, or additional graduate study with a clinical focus.
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Drexel University The DU Master of Science in Psychology is ideal for students who wish to pursue advanced education in scientific psychology and research methods. The curriculum trains students in a range of research experiences in neurocognitive and behavioral sciences. The program offers a customized curriculum focused on training within a variety of specializations including neuropsychology, health psychology, forensic psychology, and applied cognitive and brain sciences
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Pennsylvania State University The Penn State Online Master of Professional Studies in the Psychology of Leadership (MPS) is designed for working professionals who seek advanced education in leadership to enhance their careers, support organizational goals, and apply strategies for leading, influencing, and motivating diverse work groups. The program is based on well-supported psychological research and theory that have been shown to increase leadership effectiveness.
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University of Pennsylvania The UPenn Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) was the first in the world to offer a degree in this rigorous field of study. Rapidly becoming one of psychology’s most transformative fields, positive psychology is the scientific study of the strengths that enable humans and organizations to flourish. Our program's hybrid model allows you to explore the theory and practice of positive psychology without relocating to Philadelphia.
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University of Pittsburgh The UP Masters in Applied Developmental Psychology prepares students for roles as program administrators and child development specialists. The program emphasizes the integration of knowledge and practice in human development, with a focus on implementing best practices to promote positive outcomes for children, youth, and families.
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Pennsylvania Educational Specialist and Doctorate in Psychology Programs

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Marywood University (APA) The MU PhD in Clinical Psychology trains students to provide state-of-the-art, ethical, humane and culturally sensitive clinical services to diverse populations. We teach students to be research-informed practitioners with general skills who pursue development in specific areas through electives, practicum sites, internships, and post-doctoral training.
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Immaculata University (APA) The IU PsyD in Clinical Psychology is grounded in the practitioner-scholar model of professional psychology. Students will be instructed intensively in psychotherapy, psychological assessment, and in other areas pertinent to the practice of clinical psychology. The Master of Arts (M.A.) in Clinical Psychology is embedded within the Psy.D. curriculum.
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Holy Family University The HFU PsyD in Counseling Psychology is wholeheartedly committed to a scientist-practitioner training experience that espouses evidenced-based practice and interventions. The program is designed upon the foundational values of the discipline of Counseling Psychology, including a developmental, strength-based, and mind-body approach to treatment and wellness.
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Chestnut Hill College (APA) The CHC PsyD in Clinical Psychology prepares graduates to become professional psychologists with skills in psychotherapy, psychological assessment, supervision, and consultation. The Psy.D. program follows a practitioner-scholar model of training. The program has optional concentrations in Couple, Family, and Child Therapy or Psychological Assessment.
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Point Park University The PPU PsyD in Clinical-Community Psychology uniquely integrates community psychology with clinical psychology, equipping students with diversified skills to pursue a variety of career paths. The program emphasizes evidence-based community research and applications. Students will graduate prepared to manage established clinical and community programs, or start their own.
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Chatham University (APA)(MPCAC) The Chatham PsyD in Counseling Psychology emphasis on promoting sustainable health and well-being. The program has a strong commitment to diversity, inclusion and social justice. The program invites applications from students holding a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in psychology, counseling, or a related field.
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Carlow University (APA) The CU PsyD in Counseling Psychology is focused on social justice. The program aims to train students to have a solid foundation of the discipline-specific knowledge and skills essential to the scientifically-informed professional practice of counseling psychology.
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West Chester University The WCU PsyD in Clinical Psychology follows a practitioner-scholar model that prepares students for leadership roles as culturally competent psychologists. Graduates are eligible ot pursue a license as a clinical psychologist, to practice as culturally competent psychotherapists, to supervise graduate student training in mental health related disciplines, to teach undergraduate and graduate students in topics related to clinical psychology, and more.
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Edinboro University (NASP) The Edinboro EdS in School Psychology prepares graduates for the professional practice of psychology in schools by emphasizing a scientist-practitioner model of training. The mission of our program is to prepare school psychologists who are capable of providing high-quality, ethical psychological services.
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Widener University (APA) The WU PsyD in Clinical Psychology utilizes the “scholar-practitioner” model. Concentrations include: Child, adolescent, and family therapy; Cognitive-behavioral therapy/acceptance and commitment therapy; Consulting psychology; Cross-cultural and diversity psychology; Forensic psychology; Health psychology; and Psychoanalytic psychology. Certificate tracks include: Biofeedback, Neuropsychology, and School Psychology. There are several Dual degrees offered as well.
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Indiana University of Pennsylvania (APA) The IUP PsyD in Clinical Psychology places emphasis upon professional applications of psychology based on a solid grounding in the scientific knowledge base of psychology. Students receive extensive supervision in the development of skills in interpersonal relations, psychological assessment, psychotherapy, community outreach, and program evaluation and a solid grounding in the scientific knowledge base of psychology.
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Duquesne University (APA)(NASP) The DU PhD in School Psychology is designed to be consistent with the scientist-practitioner model of training. In addition to practicing psychology in schools, child clinics, and child service agencies, graduates can become licensed for the independent practice of psychology and work as university faculty.
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Duquesne University (APA)(NASP) The DU PsyD in School Psychology is designed to be consistent with the local-clinical scientist model of training. Students learn to adapt empirically-validated research programs and interventions for use in unique practice settings, and with unique individuals and communities.
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Duquesne University (APA) The DU PhD in Clinical Psychology is an advanced course of study specializing in human science approaches to clinical psychology, integrating theory, research, and clinical practice. The program entails eighty nine course credits, successful completion of the comprehensive exams, the completion of a one-year pre-doctoral internship, and the successful defense of a dissertation.
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Temple University (APA)(PCSAS)(APCS) The TU PhD in Clinical Psychology subscribes to the clinical scientist model and provides sound, rigorous training in clinical and research methodologies. The overarching mission of the program is to train creative and accomplished clinical scientists who produce, consume, and disseminate psychological science and who function successfully in academic, research, and applied settings.
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Temple University The TU PhD in Psychology has three additional areas of study: Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Developmental Psychology, and Social Psychology. Students also have the opportunity to complete an interdisciplinary Neuroscience specialization via the Neuroscience Program in the College of Liberal Arts. Many of our graduates secure prestigious postdoctoral positions where they bring their skills and knowledge to the highest levels.
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Temple University (APA)(NASP) The TU PhD in School Psychology provides a diverse, inclusive learning environment with a focus on social justice. The program is committed to serving underserved and marginalized populations in the community. Temple’s urban environment provides a multitude of hands-on learning opportunities for students within diverse populations.
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Temple University (NASP) The TU EdS in School Psychology meets requirements for certification as a school psychologist in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and most other states. The program’s emphasis on academic, intellectual, social-emotional and systems-level assessment makes graduates highly sought after by employers. The program is dedicated to promoting social justice and to fostering a diverse, inclusive learning environment.
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La Salle University (APA) The LU PsyD in Clinical Psychology strives to educate and train students in the science and practice of clinical psychology so that they may function effectively in a variety of professional psychology roles including, but not limited to, psychotherapy, psychological assessment, and clinical research. The program is based on the practitioner-scholar model of professional training and emphasizes a cognitive-behavioral theoretical orientation.
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Lehigh University (APA)(NASP) The LU PhD in School Psychology + School Psychologist Certification has several options for developing specialized expertise. Students can choose to complete either a specialization in School-based Prevention or in Pediatric/Health School Psychology.
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Lehigh University (APA)(NASP) The LU EdS in School Psychology + PA School Psychologist Certification trains individuals to become school-based practitioners. Innovative faculty share their own pioneering research and best practices in the field to train Ed.S. candidates in the most effective methods for working with children of all backgrounds and abilities.
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Lehigh University (APA) The LU PhD in Counseling Psychology trains students to become effective counseling psychologists who demonstrate the competencies necessary to deliver mental health services to multicultural client populations in various settings. The professional training in the program adheres to a scientist-practitioner model, which presumes skillful and professional practice that is under-girded by sound principles and models of psychological science and social justice.
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Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (APA) The PCOM PsyD in Clinical Psychology trains practitioner-scholar psychologists to work in a broad range of clinical settings, with an emphasis on a holistic approach to interdisciplinary care and service to diverse and underserved populations. The program emphasizes professional self-reflection, attention to diversity, advocacy and social justice.
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Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine The PCOM PhD in Educational Psychology is designed to be completed in three years of full-time study. The goal of the program is to provide advanced training for school psychologists, educators, social workers and other individuals who have completed a master’s degree and are seeking additional skills and expanded career opportunities.
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Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (NASP) The PCOM EdS in School Psychology brings the best of the discipline and practice of school psychology to understanding and enhancing the development of all children, working at the forefront of care in order to make our communities healthier.
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Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (NASP) The PCOM PsyD in School Psychology has a clearly articulated mission and set of aims, competencies and outcomes consistent with the health service psychology model. The mission is to train, develop and prepare entry-level school psychologists with a focus on applied behavior analysis, empirically supported cognitive behavioral techniques and advanced assessment.
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Drexel University (APA) The DU PhD in Clinical Psychology trains clinical psychologists in the scientist-practitioner model. Students may elect one of four major areas of study: Clinical Child Psychology, Clinical Neuropsychology, Forensic Psychology, or Health Psychology.
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Drexel University The DU PhD in Psychology: Applied Cognitive and Brain Sciences (ACBS) is a research-intensive program emphasizing psychological questions of real-world significance, grounded in fundamental issues and methods of basic science. The program provides personal interaction with mentors and emphasizes rigorous quantitative and methodological training to empower students to pursue research without technical limitations.
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Drexel University The DU JD/PhD in Law and Psychology program melds two already ongoing successful endeavors, the JD degree at the Thomas R. Kline School of Law and the PhD in Clinical Psychology in the Department of Psychology. The program provides those students who wish to pursue professional degrees in both law and psychology with a more efficient plan of study. The program is designed to be completed in seven years.
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Pennsylvania State University (APA)(NASP) The Penn State MEd or PhD in School Psychology is a scientist-practitioner program firmly grounded in both psychology and education. Students' training in the major areas of school-based practice (assessment and diagnosis, intervention, consultation, program evaluation, and supervision) is accomplished through coursework and practica. Students are also expected to identify and pursue a special proficiency that further defines their professional area of expertise.
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Pennsylvania State University The Penn State MS or PhD in Educational Psychology uses an Apprentice Scholar model that enables students to develop an extensive understanding of relevant research and to produce knowledge through their own research. As students in our program develop expertise, they learn to participate as members of a research community that is concerned with the nexus of learning, teaching, assessment, and research methodology.
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Pennsylvania State University (APA)(PCSAS)(APCS) The Penn State PhD in Clinical Psychology is designed to train graduate students to produce and disseminate cutting edge knowledge that moves the field of clinical science forward. The program simultaneously provides outstanding applied training in assessment and intervention and prepares students for professional licensure. Tracks include: Adult Clinical and Child Clinical track.
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University of Pennsylvania (APA)(PCSAS)(APCS) The UPenn PhD in Clinical Psychology is intended to provide preparation for research/academic careers in Clinical Psychology, Psychopathology or Personality. The principal goal is for students to become expert psychologists, not simply expert clinicians, and the program is designed to support that goal.
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University of Pennsylvania The UPenn Joint PhD in Marketing and Psychology provides students a unique opportunity to get rigorous training in both disciplines along with a competitive advantage on the job market. For Marketing students, the joint degree will offer systematic exposure to the basic discipline. For Psychology students, the joint degree will offer training in consumer behavior research.
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University of Pennsylvania The UPenn Joint JD/PhD in Psychology and Law is designed to expose lawyers and psychologists to the growing number of issues that involve both fields, such as competence, mental illness and incapacity, and the field of behavioral law and economics. Both degrees can be earned in six to seven years course of study.
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University of Pittsburgh (APA)(PCSAS)(APCS) The UP PhD in Clinical Psychology trains clinical scientists who will apply basic psychological and biological knowledge to the understanding of major clinical psychological and health problems. The program integrates comprehensive clinical training with research training.
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University of Pittsburgh The UP PhD in Psychology has four additional core programs of study: Biological and Health Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Developmental Psychology and Social Psychology. We prepare students for scientific and academic careers emphasizing research and teaching. We offer a rich and dynamic intellectual community with outstanding opportunities to study behavior at multiple ages, using state-of-the-art methods and varying levels of analysis.
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Pennsylvania Psychology Resources

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Pennsylvania Psychologist License Lookup Psychologist License Search in Pennsylvania
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Pennsylvania State Board of Psychology Regulates the practice and licensure of psychologists in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
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Pennsylvania Psychological Association The PPA is the professional association for psychologists in Pennsylvania, serving the needs of psychologists in independent practice, schools, business organizations, hospitals, private and government agencies, and academia.
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Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia PCOP is a non-profit organization founded in 1939 to promote the study and practice of psychoanalysis.
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Pennsylvania Psychiatric Society The mission of the PaPS is to fully represent Pennsylvania Psychiatrists in advocating for their profession and their patients, and to assure access to psychiatric services of high quality, through activities in education, shaping of legislation and upholding ethical standards.
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National Alliance on Mental Illness Keystone Pennsylvania NAMI Keystone Pennsylvania mission is to raise awareness about mental health and providing recovery-focused support, education, and advocacy for people living with mental illness and their loved ones.
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Association of School Psychologists of Pennsylvania ASPP represents and advocates for the interests of over 1700 school psychologists in Pennsylvania.
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Pittsburgh Psychoanalytic Center PPC offers extensive training programs and educational opportunities to mental health professionals, psychiatric residents, and members of the community.
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Philadelphia Neuropsychology Society PNS mission is to provide for the dissemination and exchange of information relating to neuropsychology, to promote the professional development of our members, and to advance the discipline and science of neuropsychology.
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Greater Pittsburgh Psychological Association We support the field of psychology, in all its branches, by promoting high standards of professional education, ethics and conduct for our community members.
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Philadelphia Psychology Network We offer comprehensive services to mental health professionals, graduate students and the community. Services offered include referral resources, low-cost therapy, continuing education, mental health updates, and social networking events.
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Philadelphia Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology PSPP is committed to providing psychoanalytically-oriented professionals and clinicians-in-training opportunities to exchange scholarly and clinical information to enhance their knowledge and skills through continuing education events, networking, funding, mentorship, and consultation.
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Lehigh Valley Psychological and Counseling Association LVPCA founded in 1966, is a tax-exempt organization of both professionals and students in the field of psychology and counseling in Pennsylvania.
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Master of Applied Positive Psychology Alumni Community of positive psychology practitioners who earned a master’s degree in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania.
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Western Pennsylvania Society of Adlerian Psychology WPSAP as established in 2002 to promote the knowledge, training, and teaching of the Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler.
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Central Pennsylvania Psychological Association CPPA provides opportunities for professional fellowship and the exchange of professional ideas among psychologists of the Central Pennsylvania region.
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Lancaster Lebanon Psychological Association LLPA is a professional organization of psychologists living and working in Pennsylvania's Lancaster or Lebanon counties.
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Pennsylvania Association for Behavior Analysis PennABA seeks to promote high-quality behavior analysis in the region, maintain the scientific integrity of the discipline, and advocate on behalf of behavior analysts and consumers of behavior analysis.
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Northwestern Pennsylvania Psychological Association The purpose of NWPPA is to enhance and advance relationships among professional psychologists in Northwestern Pennsylvania.
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