The Rehabilitation Track will prepare you to provide clinical services for, and to conduct research with, individuals living with medical and other disabling conditions.
As a student in this track, you will fulfill the usual requirements for the Ph.D. in Psychology with a specialization in Clinical Psychology and take courses in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling as your elective requirements. Those elective courses may include:
- Psychosocial Bases of Disability
- Medical Aspects of Disability
- Neuropsychological Assessment
- Adult Career Development and Vocational Behavior
- Professional and Ethical Issues of Rehabilitation Psychology
Your practicum, and internship activities will also be oriented toward Rehabilitation Psychology and your research will be conducted under the mentorship of the Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling faculty.
Please see the Ph.D. in Psychology with a specialty in Clinical Psychology page for curriculum, eligibility, and admissions information.