The psychology programs at Teachers College prepare students to investigate and address the psychological needs of individuals, families, groups, organizations, institutions, and communities. The curricula across the programs also integrates science and evaluation into their professional training.
Students are instructed to use strategies of remediation to help others develop effective coping skills and responses to the environment. Participants of the programs develop and understanding to work with individuals of diverse ethnic, racial, cultural, and socioeconomic background. Program courses also provide rigorous training in both contemporary clinical science and intervention.
Graduates go on to fields in teaching, research, policy, administration, consultation, and psychotherapy. They become learning specialists and consultants, and gain positions in community agencies, educational research bureaus, and testing organizations.« Back to the listing of programs grouped into Areas of Interest.
- Applied Development and Learning Psychology Department of Health & Behavior Studies
- Clinical Psychology Department of Counseling & Clinical Psychology
- Cognitive Studies in Education Department of Human Development
- Counseling Psychology Department of Counseling & Clinical Psychology
- Developmental Psychology Programs Department of Human Development
- Executive Education Programs in Change and Consultation Department of Organization & Leadership
- Measurement and Evaluation Department of Human Development
- Psychological Counseling Department of Counseling & Clinical Psychology
- Psychology in Education Department of Counseling & Clinical Psychology
- Reading Specialist Department of Health & Behavior Studies
- School Psychology Department of Health & Behavior Studies
- Social-Organizational Psychology Department of Organization & Leadership