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School of Psychological Sciences Clinical Psychology Doctorate (PsyD)

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PsyD Graduate Licensure & Employment

Where our graduates work

UIndy's PsyD graduates report working in a variety of settings, including medical centers, community mental health centers, private practice, university counseling centers, university faculty positions, the Veteran's Administration, hospitals, state and federal agencies, correctional facilities, child and family clinics, social service agencies, school systems and numerous other sites offering mental health services. Here's a sampling of where some of our alumni work:

  • Ball State University Counseling Center; Muncie, IN
  • Behavioral Science Specialists, Columbus, OH
  • Brooke Army Medical Center; Texas
  • Child & Adolescent Service Center; Canton, OH
  • Children's Resource Group; Indianapolis, IN
  • Citrus Health Network; Miami, FL
  • Counseling & Psychological Services, Colgate University; Hamilton, NY
  • Developmental Pediatrics, Riley Hospital for Children; Indianapolis, IN
  • Elmira College (Professor), Pennsylvania
  • Indiana Health Group; Group Private Practice; Greenfield, IN
  • Indiana University School of Medicine; Indianapolis, IN
  • IU Neurology Department; Indianapolis, IN
  • Miami University Counseling Center; Miami, OH
  • Piedmont Geriatric Hospital; Burkeville, VA
  • Psychological Services, Virginia Beach City Public Schools; Virginia Beach, VA
  • Roudebush VA Hospital; Indianapolis, IN
  • Tulane University Medical Center; LA
  • University of Michigan Medical Center
Post-Internship
  • Correctional Industrial Facility; Indianapolis
  • IU Neurology Department; Indianapolis
  • Eskenazi Hospital Burn Unit; Indianapolis
  • Midwest Psychological Center; Indianapolis
  • Miami University Counseling Center; Miami, OH
  • Pediatric Neuropsychology Consultants; Indianapolis

Licensure

UIndy's PsyD program is designed to meet the academic requirements for licensure as a clinical psychologist and qualifies graduates to apply for professional practice as health service providers in psychology. Graduates of our program are fully qualified to apply for licensure in every state and for membership in the National Register. Our graduates perform well on the national licensure exam (EPPP), which is a requirement for licensure, and are practicing psychologists in many states across the U.S.

EPPP performance by all doctoral programs as reported by the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards:

Total number of PhD and PsyD programs

500+

Highest average score by any program

170.8

Lowest average score by any program

113.5

University of Indianapolis average score

158.6