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For information about when CUCDP member programs are holding interviews and planning to make offers visit the Admissions and Recruitment Calendar

Rethinking the PhD in Clinical Psychology 

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It is an interesting time for Clinical Psychology. A confluence of factors have led numerous people within the field of Clinical Psychology to rethink what it means to be a Clinical Psychologist, and how we should best educate and train Clinical Psychologists. Read More

Student Resources 

The Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology (CUDCP) represents 255 member programs that provide doctoral education and training in clinical psychology that is consistent with scientist-practitioner and clinical science training models.

CUDCP programs are competitive. In an effort to facilitate applicants' understanding what CUDCP programs are looking for in competitive applicants a list of preferred predoctoral competencies have been provided. 

CUDCP Preferred Predoctoral Competencies for Clinical Psychology

CUDCP Position on National Rankings of Clinical Psychology Programs. Learn More

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