Dr. Rhoda Olkin, Director of the Institute on Disability and Health Psychology
San Francisco PsyD students and Institute on Disability and Health Psychology received
a $10,000 research grant from the American Psychological Foundation.
With generous contributions from alumni and friends, and our mission-driven scholarship
earmarks, we provided almost $2 million in scholarship support to over 425 CSPP students
CSPP Graduate, Dr. Cheryl Arutt
"CSPP gave me the foundation for a rich and varied career."
CSPP community event on the San Francisco campus honored Professor Emeritus, Dr. Paul
Werner, upon his retirement after 30+ years of service on the faculty.
CSPP Graduate, Dr. Teresa Chapa
Meet CSPP alumna Dr. Teresa Chapa, a senior policy advisor at the U.S. Department
of Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health.
Clinical Counseling and Counseling Psychology MA Programs
MEXICO CITY—SAN FRANCISCO
California School of Professional Psychology offers two master’s programs in clinical
counseling and counseling psychology:
SIMILAR PROGRAMS, DIFFERENT LOCATIONS
These two programs share significant similarities:
- Both are master’s degree programs
- Both lead to licensure as an LPCC in California and most other states
(this licensed profession is also called LPC in some states)
- Both programs have a social justice focus.
Additionally, the Mexico City program prepares students for licensure as an MFT in
California and most other states.