School & Clinical Child Psychology
The SCCP program endorses a scientist-practitioner model to graduate education. The School and Clinical Child Psychology (SCCP) program provides students with a combination of theoretical, clinical, and professional preparation for psychological work with children, adolescents and families. As a graduate of the SCCP program, you are provided with a foundation necessary for work as a psychologist across a variety of settings such as schools, private practice, mental health facilities, community organizations, and academia.
Through direct training, hands-on experience, and collaborative opportunities in clinic, classroom and lab environments, you will receive training in assessment, interventions, professional consultation, ethical issues, and prevention. To support the research goals of the program, required coursework includes training in statistics, methodology, and evaluation with emphasis on opportunities for application. In addition, our faculty members provide a breadth of research opportunities ranging from applied research opportunities supported by strong community partnerships to experimental research opportunities in well-equipped lab environments. From this integrated program delivery, students are equipped with the skills to be contemporary scientist-practitioners.
The Doctoral Program in School & Clinical Child Psychology is accredited by the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA).
Canadian Psychological Association
141 Laurier Ave. W., Suite 702
Canada, K1P 5J3
You can also visit the CPA website
Why choose the SCCP program at the U of A?
- Access to world-class Clinical Services Centre
- Opportunity to work with award winning researchers, instructors and supervisors
- Excellent career opportunities
- Cohesive and supportive learning environment
For applicants interested in a non-clinical research career, please refer to the PSE: Research Stream.