PhD in Clinical Psychology

A conventional doctoral program delivered in an unconventional way

Serving adults, many of whom who have trained or worked in the mental health field, our unique distributed learning model blends the best of face to face learning opportunities with digital formats.

Faculty are active scholars and practitioners with a wide variety of expertise, which allows us to offer specialized concentrations and training in a variety of therapeutic orientations.

The Fielding Experience

  • Become a member of a dynamic and diverse community of colleagues
  • Interact with and learn from our expert faculty located all across the country
  • Attend monthly cluster meetings in your geographic area
  • Engage with alumni, faculty, and other students at sessions

Geographic Eligibility

The program only considers applicants who reside in the contiguous United States and Canada. The program is not available to those residing internationally (except Canada). Applicants from Alaska and Hawaii may be considered pending confirmation of their ability and resources to attend local cluster meetings in contiguous U.S. on a regular basis, access to acceptable practicum training sites, and ability to relocate for internship. (Contact to be put in touch with the Program Director for consideration prior to applying.)

Due to state licensing requirements, graduates of the program are not eligible for licensure in Oklahoma, Georgia, or Kansas.

Student Admissions, Outcomes, and Other Data

In accordance with requirements of the American Psychological Association (APA), Fielding Graduate University provides Student Admissions, Outcomes, and Other Data pertaining to the education of our graduate students.

"Fielding is a place that will support me in the many aspects of my life—from my family to my job. I am able to remain passionately involved in all of those things while pursuing my doctorate."

Michelle Adams, alumna

PhD, Clinical Psychology