The Chicago School

Certificate in Clinical Rotations for Clinical Psychopharmacology (Online)

Psychologists seeking licensure to prescribe psychotropic medications in Illinois must complete a 14-month full time (28 part-time) sequence of clinical rotations following the successful completion of M.S. in Clinical Psychopharmacology (MSCP) academic coursework to be eligible for prescriptive authority. During these clinical rotations, students integrate academic knowledge with clinical competencies and demonstrate the effective and ethical use of these competencies in clinical practice. Through intensive supervised training, students gain direct experience in applying their knowledge with clinical populations.

Psychologists will learn how to increase their current competency in assessment, diagnosis, and intervention, and engage in case-based learning that will enhance their collaborative practice skills. In addition to the 36-credit hour clinical rotations, the certificate program includes a Clinical Competency Examination and a research project.

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