Missouri legislature recognizes PCSAS!

This photo includes some members of the team that worked for five years to change legislation in Missouri with regard to access to licensure for clinical psychologists who graduate from programs accredited by PCSAS. Included in the photo (from left) Tim Trull (University of Missouri in Columbia), Ann Steffen (University of Missouri in St. Louis), Rose Windmiller (Washington University in STL), Debi Bell (University of Missouri in Columbia), Tom Oltmanns (Washington University in STL), and Jorgen Schlemeier (our government consultant). Key support throughout the process was also provided by colleagues from St. Louis University and the University of Missouri in Kansas City.Team from Missouri working on PCSAS bill

PCSAS is an independent, non-profit body incorporated in December 2007 to provide rigorous, objective, and empirically based accreditation of Ph.D. programs in psychological clinical science (the terms psychological clinical science and scientific clinical psychology are used interchangeably).
There are a multitude of reasons why APS is vital to you and to the science of psychology. From our advocacy efforts to our acclaimed scientific journals to our promotion of the education of psychology, APS is working hard to ensure the vitality and the advancement of psychology as a science.
The Delaware Project aims to redefine psychological clinical science training in ways that emphasize continuity across a spectrum of research activities concerned with (a) basic mechanisms of psychopathology and behavior change, (b) intervention generation and refinement, (c) intervention efficacy and effectiveness...