Rutgers Clinical Psychology Bridge to Equity "Open House" 10/28/21


Rutgers Clinical Psychology Bridge to Equity "Open House" Invitation

The Rutgers Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology invites you to attend a virtual open house to learn about our program, the admissions process, application tips, and to meet with current students. To learn more:

Our Program: The Rutgers Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Program is an APA- and PCSAS- accredited clinical science program devoted to training clinical scientists who conduct and disseminate clinical research. Our program uses a mentorship training model, where students receive individualized mentorship and have access to various clinical and research opportunities within and affiliated with the University. Diversity, equity, ad inclusion are core values of the Rutgers program, reflected in faculty and student research, training, and mentorship

Equity and Inclusion Prospective applicants from minoritized and historically excluded backgrounds are encouraged to attend! The Rutgers Clinical Psychology PhD Program seeks a diverse applicant pool and welcomes applicants from minoritized racial/ethnic groups, women, applicants with disabilities, first-generation college graduates, non-traditional students, and LGBTQIA+ applicants. The open house will include information about fellowships for students from underrepresented and economically disadvantaged backgrounds as well as training and clinical opportunities with diverse populations.

Faculty Research: Our faculty research covers a wide range of topics, including adolescent social and emotional development, depression and suicide risk, anxiety and health outcomes, and methodology (e.g., digital technology, clinical and qualitative interviews) to study emotions, thoughts, and risky behaviors in real-time. A large group of faculty in the Interdisciplinary Health Program collaboratively study the intersection of mental and physical health and health risk behaviors. We also collaborate with the School of Public Health, Biomedical and Health Sciences, and Graduate School for Applied and Professional Psychology

3:00PM - Welcome Session by the DCT Dr. Edward Selby

3:15PM - Overview of Clinical Psychology Program

3:30PM - Faculty Research Presentations

4:00PM - Lab Break Out Rooms

4:30PM - Student Q&A Panel 4:50PM - Closing Remarks