Doctorate in Clinical Psychology

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology

About the programme

The Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme is a three-year full-time programme which leads to eligibility to apply for registration with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and for Chartered status with the British Psychological Society (BPS). Trainees work as trainee clinical psychologists (band 6) in the NHS with study time for on-campus teaching and individual research.

Admissions Update

All candidates invited to interview at our selections event at Lancaster University have been sent confirmation of the date and time of their interview via email and letter.

The selections event runs on the 11th - 13th May 2015. Candidates should ensure they confirm their attendance with the programme.

Next Event

  • Introductory Supervisor Training

    Weds 6th May 2015

    This is the third day of the three day training programme.

    Location:
    Forrest Hills, Hazelrigg Lane, Ellel, Lancashire, LA2 0PL

    Contact:
    Kirsten Smith - 01524 592972

Public Involvement

The Lancaster University Public Involvement Network (LUPIN) aims to increase public involvement in the Lancaster Doctoral Programme in Clinical Psychology.

LUPIN members include users of clinical psychology services, carers, programme staff and trainee clinical psychologists.

Online Handbook

The Lancaster Doctoral Programme in Clinical Psychology provides access to its programme handbook online, allowing easy access for current trainees, potential applicants and other stakeholders to find out how the programme operates.

If you've got a question about the programme, there is a very good chance the answer is in the online handbook.

Latest Newsletter

Find out about...

  • May Davidson Award success
  • Stakeholder Event
  • Free Excellent CPD!
  • Mindfulness on the BBC
...and plenty more including upcoming events and all staff and trainee recent publications!

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Typically, the cohorts include people with a variety of backgrounds, experiences (not always clinical!), ages etc. so don't worry about being too young, too old, too inexperienced in a certain area and so on... have faith in yourself! It can be personally challenging, as you are often reflecting on your own emotional reactions, mainly through your clinical work. On the other hand, the skills that you develop during these 3 years are just invaluable and totally worth it.

DClinPsy Trainee