Doctor of Philosophy in Counselling Psychology (PhD).
The focus of Columbia’s graduate program in Psychology is on the training of Ph.D. students in research, teaching and scholarship in the areas of behavioral neuroscience, perception, cognition and social-personality psychology. This graduate program does not offer training in clinical psychology, school, counseling or industrial psychology. If you are interested in any of these programs.
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PhD in Psychology. Primary tabs. Overview (active tab) Study; Requirements; Finance; How To Apply; Course closed: Psychology is no longer accepting new applications. The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is the Department's principal research degree for postgraduate students and the majority of our students are registered for this degree. The PhD is intellectually demanding and applicants will need.
Dr. Hart’s primary area of expertise is clinical-forensic psychology. His work focuses on assessment in criminal and civil settings, particularly of violence risk and psychopathic personality disorder. He completed his education at the University of British Columbia, obtaining a BA in 1984, MA in 1987, and PhD in 1993. He started teaching at Simon Fraser University in 1990 and was appointed.
About Doctor of Philosophy in School Psychology at The University of British Columbia. Program Overview. The doctoral program in school psychology is designed to prepare psychologists who can serve as practitioners and supervisors in the field, trainers of school psychologists, researchers, and leaders in school psychology.