Jobs. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts that jobs for psychologists will grow 12% in the years 2012-2022.
Make a difference in people’s lives. Help others over- come adversity and lead fulfilling lives. Advocate for those that cannot advocate for themselves.
Flexibility – work in a variety of fields. The skills you acquire such as analyzing data, communicating complex information, and understanding human behavior can lead to many different professions in work settings such as schools, research centers, businesses, hospitals, mental health agencies, legal & forensics, correctional systems, non-profits and private practice.
DO YOU WANT TO GO FURTHER WITH YOUR CLINICAL TRAINING?
Meet the AUSB PsyD Program Chair, Dr. Juliet Rohde-Brown, a current student and AUSB admissions staff and learn about our rigorous PsyD program based on the practitioner-scholar model. Our students come from diverse personal and professional backgrounds. The PsyD program has two entry tracks for applicants that have either a bachelor’s or master’s degree.
How does a PsyD differ from a PhD? What are the career tracks for psychologists? What is the practitioner-scholar model? What are the clinical requirements? Where are our alumni working? Bring your questions and find out more about AUSB’s PsyD program.
CONVENIENT FOR REGIONAL COMMUTERS
Students attend one and a half days per week for 3 quarters each year on our Santa Barbara campus. There are no classes during summer quarter. Clinical training sites can be arranged throughout Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties.
RSVP to Laura Ericson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandwiches will be served.