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  1. Hi, I am an international applicant (Southeast Asia) with a BA in Business Administration currently trying to swicth field to become a Clinical/Counselling Psychologist. My original goal is to obtain a PhD in Clinical/Counselling Psychology and open a private practice. I was going to apply for a Master's in Mental Health Counseling in the US to obtain further clinical training and research experience to be qualified for PhD, however, the tuitation fee and cost of living is so high that I'm not sure if it will be worth the investment. So now I am looking at an alternative route, get a 1-year MSc Psychological Sciences from UK (Qualified for British Psychology Society), which focus solely on coursework with dissertation, and apply for PhD in the US after that. Do you think that this would be possible? Or are there any recommendation on other financially efficient route I should take to be able to qualify for a PhD in clinical psychology as an international non-field applicant? Here are my additional info: BA in Business Administration GPA 3.48 Currently pursuing Graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy at a local university Research opportunity in my country is very limited and usually reserved for those who are already in the field Thank you so much for reading.
  2. Hello, I am interested in applying to Northwestern University's (Feinberg School of Medicine) Clinical Psychology MA program this year. However, I haven't found much online regarding students' experiences and views. Would love to hear from students who have gone through the program or those who are currently enrolled. Does the program provide opportunities for students to become involved in research? What are the class sizes and course-work like? Any additional information about the program would also be appreciated! Thank you!
  3. Just passing along that the Clinical Psychology M.A. program at the University of Dayton is still accepting applications for the Fall 2020 cohort. The primary aim of this small (~4-6), selective M.A. program is to facilitate future admission into clinical psychology doctoral programs; therefore students with the goal of becoming a mental health practitioner at the master's level would not be a good fit. More information, including DCT contact information, can be found on the Clinical Psychology program website. Interested students are encouraged to submit applications ASAP, and no later than March 1. Best of luck to everyone currently applying this cycle!
  4. Hi guys! I've recently recieved my first acceptance letter to a Clinical Psychology program. I am still waiting to hear from 3 other schools but unless I receive a miraculous scholarship amount or something from one of these other 3 schools, I will probably end up accepting this offer I have right now. I am wondering if there is any benefit to me if I accept this offer now versus later? Or vise versa, is there any disadvantage to me if I wait another month or so to accept? Thanks in advance for your input!
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