Applying for 2019 Clinical Doctorate

Discuss the content and style of the different clinical psychology doctoral training courses, the differences between them, placements, teaching, chat to other trainees and connect with other people who have places on the same course
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Amy
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Applying for 2019 Clinical Doctorate

Post by Amy » Tue Aug 21, 2018 1:25 pm

Hi Everyone,

I am new to the ClinPsy forum and just wanted to start a post for those hoping to apply for the 2019 Clinical Doctorate intake.

How are people preparing for the application process? What jobs are people currently doing? How many times have people applied before etc.?

Thanks,

Amy :D

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conoro27
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Re: Applying for 2019 Clinical Doctorate

Post by conoro27 » Thu Aug 23, 2018 3:07 pm

Hey Amy,

There are several threads on the following forum regarding this:
https://www.clinpsy.org.uk/forum/viewforum.php?f=32

The current forum is reserved for discussion of the courses only. Hope that helps!

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maven
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Re: Applying for 2019 Clinical Doctorate

Post by maven » Sun Aug 26, 2018 7:29 pm

Corono27 is right that this forum section is not about applications or plans, it is about the doctoral courses themselves. There is a welcome thread where people are introducing themselves, and a whole forum section about applications. But we also have mega-threads where people post the experience they had when they got onto training, and polls showing how long it took and how many times people applied before they got on, which may be relevant. Have a browse around :)
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