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STATEMENT

of MISSION, PURPOSE, GOALS and OBJECTIVES

It is the mission of the Center for Psychological Studies to establish a community of scholars within an academically rigorous, yet supportive, environment which can foster the creative potential of each student. This community will appeal to:
• experienced mental health professionals who are re-entering academic life to enhance their psychological skills and the body of psychological knowledge,
• other working professionals seeking to enhance or to shift the focus of their career, and
• continuing students who have completed a Master’s program in another institution.
They will find a faculty devoted to sharing their ideas and expertise.

The purpose of the Center for Psychological Studies is to provide challenging post-master's doctoral programs in Clinical, Developmental and Organizational Psychology which will facilitate the realization of each student's personal educational goals.

The goals of the program are to provide an education characterized by academic excellence and superior training so that students may emerge with a demonstrated capacity to conduct original research as well as the ability to treat a wide range of psychological problems.

The program is further designed to accomodate the needs of working professionals by scheduling most classes for nights and weekends, by selecting faculty and staff who can work effectively with mature adults, and by providing individualized program plans.

Objectives for the Overall Program
• To expand the data-based theoretical knowledge of each student.
• To develop the capacity for conducting scholarly research.
• To develop the skills necessary for each student’s chosen specialization.
Clinical Program Objectives
• To develop the knowledge and hone the skills necessary for expert clinical intervention and to meet academic requirements for licensing as a psychologist in the state of California.

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