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We educate tomorrow’s leaders in Psychology in the scientist-practitioner tradition to advance psychological science and improve the health and quality of life of all people through excellence in Research, Education, and Health Service Delivery.

Our Graduate Programs

Doctoral Program Clinical Psychology

The Ph.D. program in clinical psychology is designed to enable students to master broad areas of knowledge and skills in psychology and clinical psychology, and to educate and train individuals who will contribute to such knowledge through research.

CHP grad group

Internship Program

The Internship Program combines intensive focused training together with general training in the practice of clinical psychology in a health care setting. Focused training occurs in one of three major areas of study: Clinical Child/Pediatric Psychology, Medical/Health Psychology or Clinical Neuropsychology.

2019-2020-Interns

Postdoctoral Program

Postdoctoral training is offered to applicants who have completed a doctoral degree in clinical, school, or counseling psychology from a program accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) or the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA), as well as an APA or CPA accredited internship in clinical psychology.

EPIC accreditation

Fast Facts

$5 million Research awards in FY 2018-2019

92% The average internship match rate for our doctoral students was 92% over the last 5 years

95.9% Pass rate for our graduates according to EPPP performance data for the last 3 years

News & Upcoming Events

Colloquium Series: IRB Camp – An Introduction…

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March 13, 2020 – 12:00 -1:00 pm – HPNP G-114 IRB Camp – An Introduction to UF IRB Process

Research

Doctoral Student, Lauren Kenney, receives “Best…

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Lauren will present her research during the “Blue Ribbon” Awards symposium at the 2020 annual meeting of APA in Washington, DC.  Her project is…

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Doctoral Student, Adrianna Ratajska, receives…

Category: Recent News

Adrianna will present her research at the “Blue Ribbon” Awards Symposium during the 2020 annual meeting of APA in Washington DC. Her study…

Adrianna Ratajska

Upcoming events

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Multiculturalism

Who are we?

The Education and Advocacy Committee

This committee is a grassroots movement started by graduate students, interns, post docs, faculty, and staff within the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology. In society, psychologists are given a unique position to be leaders in the community, in medicine, and in the political sphere. The Education and Advocacy Committee focuses on topics related to multiculturalism, cultural humility, personal and professional growth, and social justice.

Multicultural Portrait

What do we do?

Raise AWARENESS and Promote ADVOCACY!

As the Education and Advocacy Committee, we hope to advance our knowledge in order to become leaders in psychology and beyond so that we may bring about positive outcomes on a local and global level for those we serve.The main goals of this committee are to (1) raise awareness about local, national, and international issues of inequality and (2) promote advocacy for social justice.

Culture

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Resources

Resources included on this section will help you enhance your knowledge and increase your cultural competency.

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Education and Advocacy Committee Events

Awake to Woke to Work: Building a Race Equity…

November 8, 2019 – 12:00 -1:00 pm – HPNP G-103 Presented by Mr. Andrew Plumley, Associate Director, Equity in the Center In this session, we will…

E&A

Colloquium Series: Healthcare in Translation: A…

October 25, 2019; 12-1pm HPNP G-103 Dr. Carma Bylund is an Associate Professor in UF’s Department of Public Relations and the Division of…

Carma Bylund

Colloquium Series: At the Crossroads of Failure…

September 20, 2019; 12-1pm HPNP G-114 Presented by Ji-Hyun Lee, DrPh Professor and Director of Division of Quantitative Sciences at the UF…

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