2020-2021 Graduate Academic Catalogue 
    May 28, 2024  
2020-2021 Graduate Academic Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


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Office: Knott Hall ODTL
Telephone: 410‑617‑2696
Website: www.loyola.edu/academics/psychology

Chair: Frank D. Golom

Director of Clinical Training: Mary Jo Coiro
Division Director, Psychology Services, The Loyola Clinical Centers: Katherine H. Cornell
Director of Doctoral Field Education: Cara H. Jacobson
Director of Master's Program in Clinical Professional Counseling: Emalee J.W. Quickel
Director of Master's Field Education: Katie J. Loomis
Clinical Professional Counseling (CPC) Advisor: Patrick LoPresto

Professors: Jeffrey Barnett; Carolyn M. Barry; Faith D. Gilroy (emerita); Sharon Green-Hennessy; Rachel L. Grover; Christopher I. Higginson; Jeffrey M. Lating; Heather Z. Lyons; Martin F. Sherman (emeritus); Amanda M. Thomas; Amy R. Wolfson
Associate Professors: Marianna E. Carlucci; Mary Jo Coiro; David G. Crough (emeritus); Theresa DiDonato; Frank D. Golom; Matthew W. Kirkhart; Beth A. Kotchick; Charles T. LoPresto (emeritus); Jen L. Lowry; Gina Magyar-Russell; Jason M. Prenoveau; Steven A. Sobelman (emeritus)
Assistant Professors: Diana E. Betz; Emalee J.W. Quickel
Clinical Faculty: Katherine H. Cornell; Cara Jacobson; Katie J. Loomis
Lecturers: Samantha H. Rukert; Dustin F. Sentz

The original graduate program in psychology began in 1967 as a concentration in school psychology within the Education Department and led to the Master of Education (MEd). In 1968 the Psychology Department was created, and the program expanded to offer the Master of Arts (MA) in Psychology. In 1971, the department developed a Master of Science (M.S.) in Psychology. In 1996, the Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology was introduced. The department currently offers courses of study in the following areas:

MS in Clinical Professional Counseling
PsyD in Clinical Psychology

The Psychology Department is a member of the Council of Applied Master's Programs in Psychology and a member of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology.





      Courses at the 600- and 700-level are open to all graduate students meeting the specified prerequisites; 800- and 900-level courses are restricted to Psy.D. students.

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