Terms: Fall, Spring, Summer
Location: West Los Angeles, Irvine, Calabasas
Length: 2-3 years / 60-66 units
Tuition: $1,425 per unit
The Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology: Evening Format program will prepare students to serve individuals, couples, families, and groups as licensed marriage and family therapists (LMFT) or licensed professional clinical counselors (LPCC) in California.
Designed for both working professionals and full-time students alike, our MA in Clinical Psychology with Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy program provides a clinical and practice-based course of study, exploring the social and psychological implications of socioeconomics and how poverty and social stress affect the ability of individuals, couples, and families to thrive.
Top Program in the USConsistently listed as a top choice for graduate clinical psychology programs by the National Center for Education Statistics.
Campus LocationsThe Clinical Psychology (Evening) program is offered at three different campus locations in West LA, Irvine, and Calabasas.
Meets LMFT and LPCC RequirementsUpon graduation, students will have met all educational requirements to sit for the LMFT or LPCC licensure exams in the state of California.
No GRE or Standardized Tests RequiredWe offer an equitable admission process that considers your ability and commitment to succeed rather than test scores.
130+ Clinical Practicum SitesWith over 130+ high-quality site partners, CLP students experience hands-on clinical practice as a signature component of a comprehensive approach to preparing licensed marriage and family therapists (LMFT) or licensed professional clinical counselors (LPCC).
Supervised Clinical ExperienceBeginning in the second term of the program.\Clinical training staff provide resources and assist students in applying to practicum sites.
Average Class SizeGSEP's average class size is 14 students.
Convenient Evening FormatClasses offered on weeknights and occasional weekends.
Antiracism and Antidiscrimination Statement
The MACLPD and GSEP psychology division stand in solidarity against racial inequities and injustice and other forms of discrimination and oppression. We are committed to fostering an inclusive learning environment that is enriched and strengthened by diversity including but not limited to race, ethnicity and national origin, gender, gender identity, sexuality, class, age, ability status, and religion. GSEP also encourages all community members to engage in critical learning and reflection to strengthen our capacity for being effective, active, and outspoken against all forms of racism and intersectional oppression.