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  Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology 2019-2021 Academic Programs Clinical Child, Adolescent, Family, and Pediatric Psychology (CCAFP) Concentration Summary of Requirements  

Summary of Requirements


Requirements for the CCAFP concentration differ for school and clinical psychology students and are:

  1. Successful completion (defined as obtaining grade of B or better) of at least six (6) courses that focus on clinical child and adolescent or pediatric psychology as described in the CCAFP Concentration Handbook.
  2. Satisfactory completion of required practicum experiences (defined as meeting all expectations for the professional competencies defined by the clinical or school program). Distinct requirements for clinical and school students are described in the
    CCAFP Concentration Handbook.
  3. Successful completion of a doctoral dissertation (defined as successfully defending dissertation) that focuses on issues relevant to, or includes as samples of, child and adolescent populations as described in the CCAFP Concentration Handbook.
 
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