Doctor of Philosophy in Counseling Psychology
The Counseling Psychology doctoral program trains psychologists to become health service psychologists and psychological researchers. Through our challenging curriculum and supportive student environment, it is our goal to develop psychologists who are skilled in the practical practice of psychology, produce graduates who have a solid foundation of psychological science and produce graduates who display ethical behavior and professionalism.
Click through the following video playlist to learn more about the research taking place within the Counseling Psychology doctoral program. To learn more about our research, including current research opportunities, please visit the Psychology, Health & Learning Sciences’ research page.
The University of Houston Counseling Psychology doctoral program trains psychologists in research using a mentorship model, where students receive expert training in research under the supervision of one of more members of the faculty.
The following faculty members are accepting new doctoral students for the 2019-2020 academic year:
- Dr. Consuelo Arbona
- Dr. Nicole Coleman
- Dr. Virmarie Correa-Fernández
- Dr. Marcel de Dios
- Dr. Ezemenari M. Obasi
- Dr. Lorraine R. Reitzel
- Dr. Jonathan P. Schwartz
- Dr. Nathan Grant Smith
Listed below are members of the Counseling Psychology doctoral program faculty. To learn more about our department’s faculty, please visit the Psychological, Health & Learning Sciences’ faculty and staff page.
American Psychological Association
750 First Street NE
Washington D.C. 20002-4242
Phone: (202) 336-5979