Looking to pursue your dream of becoming a professional psychologist? The Clinical Psychology Graduate Program at Saint Michael's will prepare you for the career you've been waiting for. Beginning as an eager student, you will join a close-knit community of thinkers and leaders, students and mentors. From there you will embark on a year-long internship, gaining invaluable insight to the world of psychology.
Vermont is one of only a handful of states that licenses psychologists at the Master's level for independent practice. If you choose, you can also continue your studies in a doctorate program in clinical or professional psychology. Whatever your path, Saint Michael's will ensure you are well prepared.
The Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology Program is a 60-credit degree program, providing opportunities for the in-depth study and analysis of both the research tradition of academic psychology, as well as the theoretical and case study tradition of professional psychology. We strive to provide a culture that respects individual educational goals and fosters intellectual, personal and professional growth. Our faculty provides graduate education and training in a personal and non-bureaucratic learning environment. All clinical courses are taught by highly experienced clinical practitioners, while our full-time college faculty teaches core courses in experimental psychology, social psychology and research.