Our graduates work in a variety of settings, including private practice, schools and universities, community health centers, hospitals, nursing homes, prisons, the juvenile justice system, substance abuse clinics, corporate offices, non-profit organizations, and the government. Many have founded their own companies, and hundreds are successfully published authors.

Depending on their professional interests, students may develop skills to:

  • Work within corporations and other organizations to facilitate organizational creativity
  • Professional creativity coaching, training, or consulting
  • Research, write, and present work in academic and consulting environments
  • Add expressive arts techniques to their clinical repertoire

More program information can be found in our academic catalog.

*Our Ph.D. in Psychology programs are intended to open opportunities for graduates to pursue non-clinical careers or expand on their existing licenses and is not designed to prepare graduates to qualify for clinical licensure or certification.

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