PhD in Clinical Psychology
Join Fielding’s Clinical Psychology Director of Student Engagement and Success, Connie Veazey, PhD, for an in-depth look at what it takes to earn your PhD in Clinical Psychology. In this webinar, we’ll identify key attributes of our program and what distinguishes our program from the rest. We will outline our program components, as well as discuss our educational model. Lastly, we will wrap up the webinar with a question and answer session.
- Learn what the Fielding Clinical Psychology program is and is not.
- Develop an understanding of the components of the program.
- Identify the distinctive features of Fielding’s program.
- Understand the educational model.
- Learn the admission requirements and eligibility.
About the Presenter
Dr. Veazey’s primary interest is in trauma recovery. To that end, she has research and clinical interests in assessing and treating individuals impacted by traumatic events. She is interested in understanding the development of various mental health outcomes, such as Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Depression following trauma in addition to understanding the process of recovery from such disorders. In addition, Dr. Veazey has interests in the interaction of physical and mental health. Her research in this area has focused on the interaction of chronic medical conditions on mental health outcomes such as anxiety and depression. Clinically, Dr. Veazey adopts a Cognitive Behavioral orientation and has experiences in adult general outpatient settings as well as work within the Veteran’s healthcare system, and she focuses on assessment and treatment of adults with a variety of presenting concerns and disorders.