Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) In Clinical Psychology Program
Career Outlook for a PsyD in Clinical Psychology
The MSPP Difference**
of MSPP graduates are very
their choice of profession.
Nearly 90% of early career graduates are very satisfied with the range of professional work opportunities available, including careers in community mental health centers, university counseling centers, private psychiatric hospitals, school districts, academia, medical centers and correctional facilities.
of graduates obtain a job in the field
within 6 months of graduation.
Greater than 75% of graduates are working with historically
underserved populations, including children and adolescents, economically disadvantaged populations, Latino clients and victims of violence.
ome of our students seek APA pre-doctoral internships in Clinical Psychology. In fall 2013, we will have 22 students training at APA internships in Connecticut, Colorado, Wisconsin, Utah, Maryland, Wyoming, Pennsylvania, Illinois, California New Jersey, Nebraska and Massachusetts. MSPP has 5 sites, which are part of the MSPP APA-Approved Internship Consortium. Four of the 22 MSPP APA interns will be in military internships. Many of our students choose to participate in MSPP's part-time internship program, which allows students to complete licensure requirements in Massachusetts at ideal placements with close-knit clinical supervision.
ree SALT membership service for MSPP students and alumni provides both online and offline financial counseling support that can be accessed independently or through 1/1 counseling.
* Data from 2009 APA Salary Survey
** Data from Clinical PsyD 2012 Alumni Survey