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Counseling Psychology Ph.D. Program

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CODID-19 Statement

We recognize that there are challenges that you may be facing right now. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many institutions are allowing their students the opportunity to take coursework in a Pass/No Pass format. In response to the unprecedented situation, the Counseling Psychology Ph.D. program has decided to accept courses taken in the Pass/No Pass format due to Covid-19.

In addition, for the 2020-21 application cycle (for admission summer-fall 2021), the Counseling Psychology PhD program will not require a GRE or MAT test score as part of the admission packet. All applicants will be required to respond to a writing prompt as a supplement to their application.

Stay well and continue to take care of yourself and others. 

 

Welcome to the Counseling Psychology Ph.D. program at OSU! Our APA-accredited program provides excellent, student-centered training towards becoming a counseling psychologist able to work in a variety of settings.

We attempt to match educational experiences to the interests and skills of our students. Faculty and students are actively involved in research, outreach, and advocacy based on shared interests.

Our scientist-practitioner model of training has a strong focus on social justice and multiculturalism. We admit students both post-bachelors and post-masters.

 

Student Spotlight: RaiNesha Miller

Student: RaiNesha Miller

Welcome New Students!

Deadline for all application materials is December 1, 2020

Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology

 

 

 

 

"OSU's Counseling Psychology Program has been tremendous in my growth as an academic and clinician. The faculty encourage me to move beyond the confines of my research and put my passion for understanding the lived experiences as well as the psychological and emotional well-being of marginalized/oppressed groups into action. I have had the freedom to choose practicum, outreach, and research opportunities that emphasize an interdisciplinary approach all with support of the Counseling Psychology Program."