125 West Rosedale Ave.
West Chester, PA 19383
Angela T. Clarke
Director of Clinical Training, Clinical Psychology PsyD Program
The West Chester University PsyD Program in Clinical Psychology follows a practitioner-scholar model that prepares students for leadership roles as culturally competent psychologists. Through the didactic coursework and supervised clinical training experiences beginning in the first year of the PsyD program, graduates of WCU's program will:
Ariana Zahn, MA, a third year doctoral student, recently earned a Mamie Phipps Clark Research Grant in the amount of $1,500 from the Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology. The grant is being used to reimburse families and teachers for their time to complete interviews for her dissertation research on dispositional mindfulness and emotion coaching in low-income families with children transitioning to kindergarten. For more information about the grant mechanism, More information about the grant mechanism.
Ferlin Charles, LCSW, a second year doctoral candidate, is the recipient of the 2018 Patricia M. Bricklin Student Ethics Award, given by the Pennsylvania Psychological Association Ethics Committee to a student for "meritorious work...dealing with ethics or law in psychology." Read more information about the award.
West Chester Named America's Best College Town of 2018 - vista.today
West Chester tops the list of the Five Best College Towns of 2018, beating out the homes of the University of Michigan, BYU, Texas A&M, and Santa Monica College. Read more.
Dr. Jasmin Tahmaseb-McConatha's collaborative work with the Mayor of West Chester, the West Chester Borough Council, West Chester University, and the West Chester Senior Center is featured in the World Health Organization Age-friendly Community Global Network. Read more.
As a new program, the WCU Clinical Psychology PsyD Program is in the process of seeking initial APA accreditation and has been approved for a site visit, scheduled for Spring 2019. APA "cannot guarantee a specific timeframe for the final decision" regarding accreditation (see http://www.apa.org/ed/accreditation/about/accreditation-rocess.aspx). However, every effort is being made to earn APA accreditation at the earliest point possible. Questions related to the program's accreditation status should be directed to te APA Commission on Accreditation (CoA): Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation, 750 First Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002-4242. Telephone (202) 336-5979, Fax: (202) 336-5978.
Individuals with questions about the new Clinical Psychology PsyD program are strongly encouraged to schedule an appointment with the Director of Clinical Training, Clinical Psychology PsyD Program, Dr. Angela Clarke. You may schedule a telephone meeting or an in-person meeting; if you choose to schedule a telephone meeting, please indicate in the "Notes" section that you plan to call my office at the scheduled time.