On Tuesday, May 8th at 5:30 pm PT, join Dr. Zonya Johnson, Chair of Psychology, and Dr. Ann Bernhardt, Chair of MFT-PCC, to discuss clinical psychology opportunities at Saybrook. Participants may attend the Open House in person or by webcast. Prior to breaking out into individual program sessions, Dr. Johnson and Dr. Bernhardt will provide an overview of the PhD Psychology with Specialization in Clinical Psychology and Marriage and Family Therapy and Professional Clinical Counseling (MA/MFT-PCC) degrees.
Saybrook psychology MA and PhD programs focus on humanistic, existential, transpersonal, and phenomenological psychology. Within the humanistic perspective, clinical psychology programs have a focused curriculum that gives learners the option to prepare for licensure.
These programs have been designed to develop proficiencies in scholarship and clinical practice. They combine face-to-face residential learning through biannual, week-long conferences in San Francisco with independent study and virtual classroom participation. Students can earn their degrees at a distance while maintaining other commitments.
Admissions representatives will be available at the Open House as well.