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Psy.D. Program in School Psychology

Welcome to the School Psychology Program at Rutgers University. School psychologists work with individuals, groups, schools, and school districts to support the emotional, social, and academic development of students. The School Psychology Program at Rutgers emphasizes use of practices and programs that are research-based. The program also emphasizes understanding of the role of context and systems in psychological and educational functioning. Our program integrates classroom-based learning with numerous opportunities for practice of professional skills through practicum experiences in public schools and a variety of other settings that serve the mental health and educational needs of children and youth. We have outstanding faculty members, and our students are enthusiastic and highly qualified.

Interviews for Sept. 2015 admission to the program will occur on February 26, 2015.  If you are invited, please plan to join us for the whole day. Thank you.

Susan Forman, Ph.D.
Chair, Department of Applied Psychology
Director, School Psychology Program

Putting school research into action, The APA Monitor, November 2008, Susan Forman

The Pingry School is now a member of GSAPP’s newly-formed School Psychology Internship Consortium, developed by the School Psychology Training Program, Dr Karen Haboush and Dr. Susan Forman., June 18, 2013

School Psychology Program Overview

"Student Admissions, Outcomes, and Other Data"pdf


GSAPP's School Psy.D. program is:
APA Accredited
American Psychological Association
Commission on Accreditation
750 First Street
NE Washington, DC 20002-4242
Ph: 202-336-5979

GSAPP's School Psy.D. program
has full approval from
The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)