The KU Clinical Child Psychology doctoral program is ranked #6 out of 216 ranked clinical psychology programs in the country by US News and World Report (USN&WR, 2012).
Faculty of the CCPP have been recognized for their outstanding classroom instruction, research and clinical supervision, professional mentorship, and community service. Visit the faculty profiles for more information.
Exposure to trauma in youth is one of the most significant risk factors for poor mental health outcomes. Dr. Yo Jackson and her team are researching why some youth recover and some do not. Read more here.
Applications for admission to the KU Clinical Child Psychology Doctoral Program (Ph.D) for Fall of 2013 are due December 1, 2012. Please contact us for any questions. Click here for more information.
KU Students present their research at regional, national, and international conferences. Here, a current student discusses her work with KU Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little at the State Capitol.
Students hail to the KU CCPP from every region of the country, ranging from Florida to Alaska.
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Community settings for clinical interventions and research activities help fulfill the objectives of the Clinical Child Psychology Program.
Welcome to the Clinical Child Psychology Program at the University of Kansas! We're glad you're here. The CCPP is accredited by the American Psychological Association as a training program leading to the Doctoral degree (Ph.D.) in the area of Clinical Psychology with a Child Emphasis.
Our mission is to develop leaders in the research, dissemination, and practice of psychological clinical science for children, youths, and their families.
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