If you have attended one of our Application Workshop presentations in the past, you are likely familiar with what makes a strong application to a PhD in Clinical Psychology program. In our upcoming event, Kristine Jacquin, PhD, Academic Program Developer and Director at Fielding Graduate University, will be reviewing what admission committees consider to be application “kisses of death,” which can cause your application to be immediately rejected. We hope you can join us for this exciting event to learn how to avoid common mistakes that may prevent you from being accepted to a doctoral program.
If you haven’t been able to join us for a “Do you have what it takes?” Application Workshop, you may find a recorded version of that presentation here.
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About Kristine Jacquin
Kristine Jacquin, Ph.D.
Dr. Kristine Jacquin is the Founding Program Director of the Post Baccalaureate Clinical Psychology Certificate Program at Fielding Graduate University. Dr. Jacquin is also as a Faculty Member and has worked as Program Director in Clinical Psychology Doctoral programs and Dean of Fielding’s School of Psychology. WIth decades of experience in clinical psychology admissions, and guiding students towards their career goals in clinical psychology, Dr. Jacquin is the perfect person to provide advice and guidance on how to prepare for admission into clinical psycology doctoral programs.
Dr. Jacquin is an active researcher, and licensed clinical psychologist with a consulting practice focused on forensic and neuropsychological evaluations. She is currently Fielding’s Academic Program Developer and Director in the School of Psychology.
Dr. Jacquin earned her undergraduate degree in psychology with a concentration in African studies at Northwestern University. She earned her PhD in clinical psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. After a career as a tenured professor at a research university, Dr. Jacquin decided to focus her academic career on student development, research, and teaching of graduate students.