MA in Psychology and Clinical Psychology

AULA offers a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology program, as well as a non-clinical Master of Arts in Psychology. Our graduate degree program in Clinical Psychology is renowned for preparing compassionate, highly-trained marriage and family therapists (MFT) who are adept at addressing the needs today’s increasingly diverse populations.

Psychology degree students at Antioch University Los Angeles learn a number of psychotherapy approaches to use in their practice, and get invaluable hands-on training working with patients at over 100 authorized clinical training sites.

Clinical Psychology students can also specialize in Child Studies; Applied Community Psychology; LGBT-Affirmative Psychology; Spiritual and Depth Psychology; or Psychological Trauma; or can design their own specialization according to their interests. The program emphasizes the role of psychology in empowering people of all backgrounds, cultures, economic standing, sexual orientations, and identities to achieve their full potential.

Take a peek at a Day in the Life of a MA in Clinical Psychology Student: