*NOTE: A list of Faculty Recruiting for the next recruitment season will be released in July*

The Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine typically admits eight (8) new students in the fall of each year to the PhD Program. We are still working on a list for the upcoming recruitment season.  For reference, the following faculty recruited applicants for the previous recruitment season.  Please note that this list will likely change, with both new and existing faculty in the program being added, as well as current faculty being removed (not recruiting).  

Behavioral Medicine Emphasis:

Dr. Laurie Keefer

Dr. David Mohr

Neuropsychology & Behavioral Neuroscience Emphasis:

Dr. Robert Hanlon (Forensic)

Dr. Michael Brook (Forensic)

Dr. Jordan Grafman

Policy Emphasis:

Dr. Neil Jordan

Dr. Linda Teplin & Dr. Karen Abram

Psychopathology & Treatment Emphasis:

Dr. Molly Losh

Dr. Mark Reinecke

Dr. Jason Washburn

Please Note: There is a separate APA-accredited doctoral program in clinical psychology in the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences (WCAS) on the Evanston campus of Northwestern University. More information on the Weinberg College of Arts & Science (WCAS) clinical psychology program at the WCAS website. There are many differences between our program and the WCAS program. For example, the WCAS program operates from a clinical scientist model, whereas our program operates from a scientist-practitioner model (50% research and 50% clinical). You cannot apply to both programs in the same year.

See “Application Procedure” below to apply. The application deadline for admission to the 2013–2014 cohort is Friday, November 15, 2013 at midnight.

Student Admissions, Outcomes, & Other Data

Learn more about our American Psychological Association (APA)-accedited doctoral program via our reporting on student admissions, outcomes and other data.

Joint JD and PhD Program

The Clinical Psychology PhD Program offers a formal Joint PhD and JD program. Learn more about the schedule and admissions process of this seven-year program, sponsored by The Graduate School at Northwestern University and Northwestern Law.

CUDCP Admissions Policy & Fact Sheet

The Clinical Psychology PhD Program follows the Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology's (CUDCP) policy on Admissions Offers and Acceptances. We also encourage you to review the CUDCP fact sheet on Graduate Programs in Clinical Psychology

Contact Us

Please direct all questions to the Division of Psychology Admissions Assistant:

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Phone: 312-908-8262
Fax: 312-908-5070