Connecticut Psychology Schools – CT

In 2007, the American Psychological Association complied data on annual salaries for psychologists with a doctoral degree. Those with less than 1 year experience after graduating from one of the psychology schools in Connecticut made an average of $58,791, those with 10-14 years experience made $90,375, and those with 30+ years experience made just under $130,000. Not only does experience affect salary, areas of specialty and/or employment will vary a psychologist’s annual salary in Connecticut.

The following outlines the educational requirements for Psychologists in Connecticut

  1. Completion of a doctoral degree program through one of the psychology schools in Connecticut approved by the American Psychological Association (APA). If you graduate from an institution that is not approved by the APA, an individual review will be completed by the board and course descriptions of all courses completed will need to be submitted.
  2. Either 46 weeks of full time (35 hours/week) or 2000 hours in 2 years of post doctoral work experience.
Through campus based and online programs, aspiring Psychologists in Bridgeport, Hartford, New Haven and Stamford, Connecticut may be able to prepare themselves for the possibility of employment in some of the largest hospitals and healthcare facilities in the state including Masonicare Health Center, Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center, New Haven Hospital, and St. Vincent's Medical Center.

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