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KatzFirst-year CI student present at ABCT Annual Convention

December 11,2017

Sarah Anolik Katz, first year C-I PsyD student, has been awarded a travel grant from the JMU Graduate School in support of her forthcoming poster presentation at the ABCT 51st Annual Convention in San Diego, CA in November 2017.

PHOTO: Research teamGroundbreaking suicide research

November 28, 2017

Three JMU researchers have launched a groundbreaking study that will look at suicidality from a new perspective, extending limited literature on the topic and reducing stigma in the process.

PHOTO: Pledge
Henriques calls for men to take a pledge

October 26, 2016

On the heels of the many stories in the recent headlines pertaining to sexual misconduct, Dr. Gregg Henriques responded to a call from Roxane Gay for men to stand up and say enough is enough. In response, Dr. Henriques posted a call for men to take a pledge on his Psychology Today Blog.

PHOTO:Mariafé PanizoHenriques Provides Keynote Address

October 12, 2017

JMU’s Hart School hosted the annual Virginia Recreation and Sports Association Conference, which focused on "The WHOLE Student." W.H.O.L.E. is an acronym for Well-being, High impact, Opportunities, Leadership, and Engaged learning.

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Welcome from the Director

Dr. Kenneth Critchfield

Welcome! Thank you for visiting our site. The Combined-Integrated (C-I) Doctoral Program in Clinical and School Psychology at James Madison University is an innovative, applied psychology program that leads to the awarding of the Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) degree and eligibility for licensure as a clinical psychologist and licensure/certification as a school psychologist. If you have questions about our program, please contact Dr. Kenneth Critchfield at critchkl@jmu.edu or (540) 568-6834.

Inclusive Environment

The program embraces an inclusive environment and works with the JMU Offices of Access and Inclusion and Disability Services (disability-svcs@jmu.edu; 540/568-6705) to ensure a community and experience that is conducive to the success of diverse individuals. Please contact us or either of these offices if you have questions regarding accessibility or inclusion or available services.