Clinical Psychology PhD Program

*NOTE: Applications to the PhD Program are closed for the current recruitment year*

The Clinical Psychology PhD Program in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine is founded on a scientist-practitioner model. The overall goal of the program is to graduate academic psychologists who are competent, ethical, and productive in the science and practice of clinical psychology. Our program emphasizes the integration of science and clinical practice.

The program is supported by both Feinberg and The Graduate School at Northwestern University and takes advantage of its placement within an academic medical center by balancing research and clinical training, as well as providing opportunities for translational research and practice that span molecular to social models of disease, and epidemiologic to clinical and neuroimaging methodologies.

Learn more about the program via the links below.

Meet Our Leadership

Read a letter from the directors of our program.

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.

Faculty Recruiting for Fall 2014 entry

Behavioral Medicine

Laurie Keefer, PhD

David Mohr, PhD

Neuropsychology & Behavioral Neuroscience

Robert Hanlon, PhD (Forensic)

Michael Brook, PhD (Forensic)

Jordan Grafman, PhD

Policy

Neil Jordan, PhD

Linda Teplin, PhD

Karen Abram, PhD

Psychopathology & Treatment

Molly Losh, PhD

Mark Reinecke, PhD

Jason Washburn, PhD