Welcome to the Counseling Psychology doctoral program. We hope you find this web site helpful in understanding our program. You will find information about our philosophy, admissions, training, faculty, and students. We think you will find that our program is unique, offering training in both adult and child/family interventions, research with an emphasis on multicultural issues and diversity, and a broad commitment to social justice. If you have further questions after reading this web site, please contact our Academic Coordinator at email@example.com.
The UO Counseling Psychology (CPSY) PhD program in the College of Education has been accredited since 1955 by the American Psychological Association (APA) (Commission on Accreditation, 750 1st St. NE, Washington DC 20002-4242, 202-336-5979), making it the 8th oldest continuously accredited Counseling Psychology program in the country. The program emphasizes an ecological model of training, research, and practice. One of only a few programs nationally to use this model, CPSY students become scientists and practitioners with particular focus on prevention and treatment relevant to work with children, adolescents, families, and adults within their environments.
Wanting to take a course in counseling psychology, but you're not in the program? See courses offered in the Counseling Psychology and Human Services department.