Community Training & Empowerment Ph.D. Program
This emphasis is designed to train students who have a particular interest in conducting research and working clinically with people who have experienced trauma.
In addition to providing community training, the Institute is dedicated to training the next generation of trauma psychologists and plays an integral role in the Ph.D. program in clinical psychology - trauma track at UCCS.
The Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs is an APA accredited program that is built on the Boulder Scientist/Practitioner Model. The program has been accredited since 2007 and has full accreditation through 2029. A curricular focus in Trauma Psychology was approved in 2014.
Application Due Date: December 1st
For more information, visit the PhD in Clinical Psychology - Trauma page.
The Lyda Hill Institute for Human Resilience is pleased to support this program with financial, research and other infrastructure support for students and faculty.
The Veterans Health and Trauma Clinic, the mental health clinic under the auspices of the Lyda Hill Institute for Human Resilience, will serve as the primary clinical training site for students in the Ph.D. program.
If you have additional questions about the Ph.D. program, click the link below.