So you're considering graduate school in psychology?
You have a lot to think about. Yes, it will be several more years. Depending on what you are interested in, you'll likely need a doctoral degree. No, we do not offer such training here. We've been doing a talk here regularly concerning this -- see our notes.
For starters, check out Graduate Schools and Careers in Psychology by the nice folks at Rider University.
The Pursuing Psychology
Graduate School Information Page from the University of Northern Iowa.
How to Apply to Graduate School by Linda J. Hayes & Steve C. Hayes REPRINTED FROM THE APS OBSERVER, SEPTEMBER 1989
Directory for School Psychology.
Also see info on the GRE - if you don't know what it is and you're considering applying to a grad program in psychology, I suggest you check it out! Go to www.gre.org
And a few more sites that I like:
|A Guide to Getting into Graduate School|
From Marky Lloyd's Careers in Psychology Page
|Books on Graduate School for Psychology Majors|
|What is the GRE? - see also the GRE website|
|Areas of Specialization in Psychology|
|How to Get Good Letters of Recommendation|