Child Psychology Track
This track offers an array of research, clinical, and didactic opportunities for trainees who are interested in the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents in a variety of settings. Settings include medical inpatient settings, pediatric neuropsychology clinic, psychiatric outpatient settings, a therapeutic preschool program for children who are at significant risk for pediatric problems and their families, and the National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center, which serves children and adolescents and their families who have been victims of sexual abuse and other violent crimes.
Applicants interested in the child track typically fall into 2 categories: 1) those interested in pediatric psychology, and 2) those interested in childhood traumatic stress. However, training outside these two areas is also available. Applicants with interest in childhood traumatic stress may want to also consider applying to the Trauma Stress track.
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