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Practicum Settings

  • “Practicum” (PSYC 993) is a graduate course in which advanced graduate students enroll in 1-3 credits per semester and are placed in external health service psychology sites. Students are supervised by a licensed professional psychologist at the site, and a licensed clinical psychologist from our PsyD program provides coordination and oversight.  

    Examples of Available Practicum Settings

    Allegheny General Hospital, Center for Traumatic Stress in Children & Adolescents

    Allegheny General Hospital, Psychology/Psychiatry

    Beth Watson Bliss, PsyD

    Chatham University Counseling Center

    Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh

    Community Guidance Center

    Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center

    Dickinson Center

    Family Counseling Center of Armstrong County

    Family Psychological Associates

    Indiana Regional Medical Center

    IUP Counseling Center

    Lake Psychological Services

    Pennsylvania State University (PSU) Center for Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)

    Pediatric Care Specialists/Behavioral Health Services

    SCI Pine Grove

    Torrance State Hospital

    UPMC/LEND Center of Pittsburgh

    Wayne D’Agaro, PsyD

    Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic/UPMC Adult Mood & Anxiety

    Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic/UPMC, John Merck Child & Adolescent Outpatient Clinic