Welcome to the Department of Graduate Psychology!
Department of Graduate Psychology Faculty at Psy.D. reception, September 2012
The Graduate Psychology Department offers programs reflecting a commitment to provide a unique educational experience for persons interested in a professional career in psychology. Each program of study values a diverse curriculum that addresses educational, philosophical, cultural, ethical and practice issues, and that encourages an ongoing, self-reflective process within the graduate student. Immaculata University has a long tradition of preparing students for careers as mental health clinicians in a variety of institutions, organizations, and agencies dedicated to the educational, vocational, social and psychological development of the person. Based on theory, methodology and practice, the department is humanistically oriented, with a strong emphasis on values and serving others.
Dr. Peter Keller, 2012 recipient of the Sr. Kathleen Mary Burns Award, with Dr. Jed Yalof, Chair of the Department of Graduate Psychology
L to R: Dr. Janet Kane, Dean of the College of Graduate Studies, with Dr. Peter Keller, and Dr. Jed Yalof
Psy.D. graduates with family
Psy.D. graduates, September 2012