Clinical Psychology

Level: Doctoral
Language: English

(23 reviews)

Recent Reviews

On the edge of unethical
April 28, 2017
A very strange school. Often cold and indifferent, as so many others have noted (though there were a few exceptions) yet flying high with bloated pride about their moral superiority for their progressive ideation and posturing. I did beautifully well in my Master's program yet felt put down and adrift with Fielding. I did NOT find intellectual diversity with them. They taught the required courses on professional ethics yet dodged them when it came to ...

Excellent training
March 22, 2017
The quality of training and instruction I received at Fielding was exceptional. I found the faculty to be more engaged and knowledgeable than many with whom I have interacted with at other institutions .I discovered Fielding at a time in my life when family circumstances would not have permitted me to relocate in order to pursue my education post masters degree. APA accreditation was especially important to me, which was why Fielding was a perfect ...

Unethical, to the max!
January 16, 2017
Mediocre intellectually, pretentious, closed to intellectual diversity. Indifferent to student needs - as so many other reviewers have noted. But worst of all, they mostly just care about raking in the dollars. Teach required classes on professional ethics, but when faced with a real world clinical situation, opt for money and client abandonment. Manipulating the APA with law suits and B.S. to keep their unearned accreditation. A scandal in the making.

Pros and Cons
August 21, 2016
I believe Fielding offers an advantage to those who are not able to stop working to return to school. I certainly fall in this category and my family does rely on my income. For this reason I decided to enroll with Fielding University. However, I must say the professor, while they do offer support, are extremely harsh in their feedback. The NSO online which must be completed prior to the NSO in person you are ...

I am having a great experience
May 25, 2015
I don't know what the disgruntled people that did these reviews are doing! If you got dismissed, guess you couldn't hack it. It is hard, it is NOT for everyone. You have to be motivated and you have to have the get-up-and-go to seek out help before you get to that point. I do understand the issue some reviewers had with getting practicum and internship - it is very difficult to get a practicum if ...

Watch your credit card
January 9, 2015
I attended Fielding for 1 year, and completed 12 units. They charge by the month, but it appeared my credit card was being "churned" with charges, credits, and recharges. The year was 2004. After repeated attempts to get the office charging my credit card to address the multiple overcharges, I resigned. So…all I can say if you are giving them a credit card to charge, watch your statement monthly and correct any errors immediately.

Great Experience This Far
December 1, 2014
I am a first year student, and I have to say that getting use to the format is a little challenging; however, I also believe that the challenge is better preparing me for the future. My professors have been amazing at working with me while going through some medical turmoil. I have been able to remain focused, and the response from my professors has been more than excellent. The tuition is more than many "traditional" ...

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June 4, 2011, 12:04 a.m.
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I am sorry to read the negative post about the PhD program in Clinical Psychology, as I have a friend and colleague now in the program and one from our school here has just finished the program, I am looking forward to attending Fielding in the near future.
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