The Wright Institute has been educating clinicians for more than 40 years. Each program is distinct and the admissions process is designed to help us identify and select candidates who we feel will be the best fit for our programs. While we do have specific admissions requirements we take a holistic approach to our evaluation of applicants and examine all criteria evenly. Contact the admissions office: firstname.lastname@example.org, 510.841.9230.
Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) in Clinical PsychologyThe Psy.D. program helps students apply critical thinking skills to three fundamental areas: clinical theory and research, understanding of the self in social context, and appreciation of the interaction between clinician and client. Read more » Master of Arts (M.A.) in Counseling PsychologyA progressive sequence of courses presents the basic theoretical grounding required for solid counseling skills, and develops your capacity for self-reflective practice. Read more »
- Important Dates
- M.A. Round One Application Due: March 10
- M.A. Round Two Application Due: May 10