Integration of Psychology and Theology
Students in Fuller’s School of Psychology & Marriage and Family Therapy—a pioneer in the integration of psychology and Christian theology—are equipped to serve with professionalism, grace, and truth. All are trained for their chosen vocations in an environment of clinical excellence, research innovation, and academic distinction.
DIVERSE OPPORTUNITIES, PLUS A THRIVING IN-HOUSE CLINIC
PSYCHOLOGICAL TRAINING WITH A THEOLOGICAL FOUNDATION
PARTICIPATE IN INNOVATIVE RESEARCH PROJECTS
Fuller is thrilled to announce that the American Psychological Association (APA), the accrediting body for our psychology programs, has granted Fuller’s PhD and PsyD clinical programs accreditation for 10 years. The number of years granted is based on the professional judgment of the APA Commission on Accreditation (CoA). Ten years is the maximum term granted…Read More
Study with Experienced, Supportive Faculty
Fuller’s School of Psychology & Marriage and Family Therapy is led by astute and passionate faculty with vast clinical experience and diverse research backgrounds.
Within a community of dedicated faculty and supportive cohort members, students are prepared for licensure as skilled therapists with a theological understanding that richly informs their work.
This hybrid program provides advanced clinical training and greater knowledge in assessment and research for already licensed therapists practicing in clinical settings including private practice, community agencies, schools, hospitals, or universities.
This program prepares students to provide therapy and assessment services to diverse populations in various settings (including private practice), to understand and apply research in helping clients thrive, and to teach in many settings.
This program prepares students to generate and publish research, to teach in undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral settings, and to provide therapy and assessment services.
Collaborative Training and Research
Through dozens of research projects our students and faculty work together to better understand neuropsychology, stress and trauma, worship and health, the role of religion in psychotherapy, and more.
Our Thrive Center researches the development of child and adolescent spirituality, character, identity, and competence in context, and guides communities who assist young people to become flourishing adults.
Exceptional Clinical Training
Our faculty are closely involved in each student’s training experience, helping shape the development of their clinical skills and knowledge through classroom instruction, small group consultations, and direct supervision. Our clinical training features a broad network of clinical sites, comprehensive training, and integration of spirituality and psychology.
Integration of Psychology and Theology
The integration of psychology and theology is at the core of all our programs. Fuller offers solid academic training that cultivates excellence and professionalism undergirded by deep spiritual formation and theological understanding. Our faculty are not only highly respected scholars and practitioners in their fields, they are committed christian disciples who interweave their faith organically into their courses, research projects, and clinical training. Click here for more information on Integration.
Fuller’s PhD in Clinical Psychology and Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the American Psychological Association. Questions related to each program's accredited status should be directed to the Commission on Accreditation:
Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation
American Psychological Association
750 1st Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002
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