Doctor of Psychology
Rating: 4.2 out of 10(10 reviews)
Wouldn't let A level w/Masters Clinical Psy continue to Doctorate
November 28, 2015
Our daughter entered Argosy at Honolulu and was told that she could complete the program's leading to Doctor of Clinical Psychology. Upon completion or her Masters in Clinical Psychology and application to enter the Doctorate studies and having paid $65,000 to complete the Masters she was told that she had insufficient experience to enter the Doctoate program. Why was she told that she could complete all studies for the Doctorate then rejected when she applied? ...
Do not enroll. Seek a competant program.
April 5, 2014
Students are forced to swallow incompetent, unethical, and unprofessional "consultations" from professors that amount to no more than bullying and name calling. Having shared my experiences with a number of licensed professionals in the field, I have received the following feedback regarding my experience: Professors have no competence in the area of religious diversity; Professors are unable to manage their counter-transference responses to students; Professors intentionally create environments that are coercive of therapeutic relationships, which ...
Very good education
March 25, 2013
I received my Psy.D. from Argosy/Phoenix in 2007. While not perfect, they certainly delivered what they said they would. Their training allowed me to get my first pick for internship, ace the EPPP, and I now have an interesting, well- paying job. I cannot address the experience at other campuses, but Phoenix provided quality and value.
how long can this school continue it's abusive ways?????
June 22, 2011
It appears that the same complaints have been filed by Argosy stidents for more than two yrs running. The ones that I am most knowledgable about are the lack or should I rephase as no support for students by the administation that is running these schools. E-mails or voice messages are never returned a student must hunt down the person and request a meeting with them for the simplist of concerns.Even students with the best ...
No Career AUD
February 9, 2011
The profs are extremely friendly until you get near the end. They will not answer email nor schedule important defense dates. After AUD gets your money and all you have left in the CRP and internship, they could careless if your graduate. They promised that they would be APA accredited by the time we graduated. I received my degree, I got licensed by the state, and I can't get a job because I did not ...
Challenging and Professional
November 4, 2010
I am currently in the final Seminar Class for my master's degree in forensic psychology. Each class has been an enriching challenge, and while some professors have provided more feedback than others, I have made valuable progress through contact with all of them. One of the differences between a professional school like Argosy and a state university (I have attended both) is that a professional school focuses on integrating you into the local professional community ...
August 1, 2010
A letter of warning to anyone considering the PsyD program at Tampa - as parents of a former student we can only say that the we have witnessed our son/daughter go through a horrendous experience. Why post here? Because the same theme is repeated by differents posters - Bullying, intimidation, retaliation, especially toward students that speak up - a true nightmare -
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