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Anyone else's brain like: "omg its Jan 2- the holidays are over please read my application now!!!" Two weeks from now, a lot of us will be hearing some great news! I know it's hard to stay positi

Hi everyone, 1st year clinical (Ph.D.) student here. I remember being in your place around this time last year (and several years before that), and found myself reminiscing how awful all those fe

I think that's it for this cycle for me. There's not really a point to this post other than maybe some kind of closure? I've checked this site countless times a day for so many months, but there's no

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36 minutes ago, SeekingAcceptance said:

If anyone is wondering about FSU, their coordinator said faculty are still reviewing applications for interviews and expect to email applicants in the next few weeks. (I had emailed to inquire and just received response a few minutes ago.)

For clinical? Their interview weekend is January 24-26 and a lot of people were invited back in December. Maybe the coordinator is referring to the interview alternates?

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20 hours ago, MiddleOfSomeCalibrations said:

For clinical? Their interview weekend is January 24-26 and a lot of people were invited back in December. Maybe the coordinator is referring to the interview alternates?

Yeah, I had seen the previous invitations (though they seemed quite sporadic, which gave me hope that there might be some lingerers when I first inquired last week). I was merely relaying that the clinical coordinator said "Faculty are still reviewing applications for upcoming interviews." At this point, it's likely she was referring to the alternates, but there may still be a glimmer of hope for applicants. Maybe they really are behind and expect to offer an alternate interview weekend for 2nd round draft picks. I prefer to be optimistic and put my post-rejection mental breakdown off as long as possible. 😁

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On 1/13/2020 at 9:19 AM, Ink-nut said:

Has anyone herd back from the University of New Mexico or Columbia University? I haven't seen or herd anything from either of them on the results/forums pages... Too soon or too late? Does anyone have any information? Thanks! 

Called Columbia TC for Counseling Psych, they said first week February. 

Anyone know about University of Florida Counseling Psych?

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1 hour ago, zagzigzog said:

Called Columbia TC for Counseling Psych, they said first week February. 

Anyone know about University of Florida Counseling Psych?

I’m also waiting to hear back from UF, but it looked like at least 1 person had already got an interview.

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11 hours ago, Mbp213 said:

I’m also waiting to hear back from UF, but it looked like at least 1 person had already got an interview.

I called yesterday and they said that individual professors might be sending emails but they haven’t sent any official one yet. So right now it seems based on the POIs sending personal prelim screens

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Hello! First time applicant, just made a gradcafe account. Can y’all tell me if it’s time to give up hope for these schools? Thanks in advance!

•Denver Colorado PsyD

•Boulder Colorado PhD

•Wright Institute PsyD

•VCU Developmental PhD or Clinical PhD

•Kansas PhD (child clinical psych)

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4 hours ago, Meowrisa said:

Hello! First time applicant, just made a gradcafe account. Can y’all tell me if it’s time to give up hope for these schools? Thanks in advance!

•Denver Colorado PsyD

•Boulder Colorado PhD

•Wright Institute PsyD

•VCU Developmental PhD or Clinical PhD

•Kansas PhD (child clinical psych)

I saw someone post a few days ago that the Coordinator at CU Boulder said that all interview invites have been extended. :( I was bummed, one of my favorite programs (although let's be real, they're all my fav)

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I've seen a few people post about Georgia State and University of South Carolina. Who are your PIs? I'm holding out for these school before I accept a job offer instead. I applied to work with AG, CS, and KS at GSU and SS at USC. 

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Hi, I'm very new here and I was wondering if I could get a somewhat simple breakdown of how counseling psychology Ph.D. programs at well-known "prestigious" universities, say Boston College or TC at Columbia, compare to a lot of other prominent names I see in the field, like University of Minnesota or University of Florida. For example, is there a difference in the amount of research being conducted by faculty? Are the research topics more niche? Generally, are there different long term goals for Ph.D. students at these schools -- namely goals where the location/prestige of the university are particularly advantageous. My understanding is that all of these programs are wonderful but I am trying to understand this realistically. Looking to apply in a few years...

 

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10 hours ago, lifeofpsy said:

Does anyone know if all invites have been sent out for the University of Houston, Arizona State or Boston University clinical PhD programs? 

 

9 hours ago, webbz_world93 said:

I have the same question for Houston!

I am not sure if interview invites are all out, but their interview date is February 1st. Feel free to DM for PI.

 

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