Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology

 
 

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237 Dickey Hall
Lexington, KY 40506-0017
(859) 257-7404
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Our department offers three distinct program areas: educational, school, and counseling psychology.  The programs in educational psychology provide a background in the applications of psychology to education that lead to positions in academia and research.  The specialist and doctoral programs in counseling and school psychology lead to certification and/or licensure.  The PhD program in Counseling Psychology is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the American Psychological Association.  The PhD program in School Psychology is also accredited, on probation, effective December 16, 2012 by APA's Commission on Accreditation.

We have a strong, nationally recognized faculty who are committed to providing you a rewarding educational experience that will promote your professional development in a challenging but supportive and collaborative environment.  As you view our three program areas, you will notice our emphasis on social justice - both faculty and students in our department are passionate about this commitment and is reflected in both our scholarly and clinical work.  We invite you to learn more about our programs by selecting one of the links on the left.


 

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EDP News

KAPS Conference 2014'

School Psychology Students attended and presented at the KAPS conference along with Dr. Ruble.

 
 
(Pictured above Dr. Lisa Ruble, Cody Davis, Alexis Rodgers, Katie Hastings and Venus Wong.)
 

Congratulations!!

Katie Hastings, a second year EdS student in the School Psychology program.  At Kentucky's state conference, Katie was awarded the Jennie S. Ewald scholarship through the Kentucky Association of Psychologists in the Schools (KAPS).  This scholarship is awarded annually to a graduate student demonstrating leadership and promise in the field of school psychology.  We are very proud to have Katie represent UK.


Congratulations!!

Joi-Sheree' Knighton
NIH
Fellowship Allows Ph.D. Student to Pursue Her Passion to Help

Joi is featured in the College of Education's Latest News

 

 

 

 

 

 


Dr. Fred Danner's work about school start times referenced on cnn.com - http://us.cnn.com/2014/08/28/health/school-start-times/?hpt=ob_mobilearticlefooter&iref=obinsite