Preparing tomorrow’s psychologists for a diverse world

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Welcome to School of Professional Psychology


Wright State University School of Professional Psychology (WSU-SOPP) maintains an American Psychological Association (APA) accredited Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) program in Clinical Psychology, and an APA accredited doctoral internship program.  More about APA Accreditation

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750 First Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002-4242
Phone: (202) 336-5979

Prospective Students

Thank you for your interest in Wright State University's School of Professional Psychology. 

Psy. D. Program

APA Internship

Current Students

Please visit the Academics section for all current SOPP Academic Policies and Procedures, including information about Practicum, Practice Tutorial, CCE, dissertation, and internship, as well as student resources.   

Academics Section

Continuing Education

Continuing Education

Thank you to everyone who attended and the College of Education and Human Services, Department of Human Services for the April 17th event!

Special thanks to Dr. Meichenbaum!

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           Message from the Dean


Congratulations 2015-16 OPAGS Executive Board members!

Congratulations to SOPP students Ashley Debeljak (Chair Elect) , Max Tokarsky )Diversity Chair) , and Kelly Obert (Advocacy Chair) for being elected to the 2015-2016 OPAGS Executive Board! Congratulations to another year of great WSU SOPP representation of psychology on the state level within the Ohio Psychological Association! 

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Wearing thin

Wright State Professional Psychology students will participate in the Body Project, a national research study on body dissatisfaction and eating disorders.
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Wright State professional psychology students to offer community programs on postpartum depression

School of Professional Psychology students receive state grant to offer screenings and organize community programs on postpartum depression among African-American women.
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Wright State to host psychotherapy giant Don Meichenbaum

Named among the most influential psychotherapists of the 20th century, Don Meichenbaum will highlight a day-long presentation and workshop at Wright State University...
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They’ve got game

Tim Gebard, a 1991 Wright State graduate produces “The Fall League” documentary film on senior slow-pitch softball in Dayton.
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