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PHOTO:dogwoodsChildren's disaster related activity book released

September 6,2017

Anne Stewart and Danielle Budash, working with a regional disaster preparedness agency, the Shenandoah Valley Project Impact, helped create disaster-related education material for children in response to Hurricane Katrina. The result was an activity book for children titled “Too Much Weather: A Disaster Activity Book for Kids.”

CSP LogoSecond-year CI student publishes first book

February 22, 2017

Second year Combined-Integrated Doctoral Student Ali Kenny recently published her first book. Married in Mission is a guide for couples called to the complex, yet fulfilling world of cross-cultural ministry

PHOTO: Critchfield AwardCritchfield receives Charles J. Gelso, Ph.D. Psychotherapy Research Grant

August 29, 2016

Dr. Ken Critchfield received a Charles J. Gelso, Ph.D. Psychotherapy Research Grant in August at the 2016 APA Convention in Denver.

PHOTO:Mariafé PanizoStudent presents research

April 18, 2016

Mariafé Panizo, a member of the Engineering Education research team, presented her work on the development of the Engineering Students' Motivational Beliefs Scale at the Graduate Showcase of Scholarship and Creative Activities .

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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.