Dr. Phillips Is President of ABCP
Lindsay A. Phillips, Psy.D., ABPP, Associate Professor of Psychology/Counseling at Marywood University, recently began her term as President of American Board of Clinical Psychology (ABCP). Dr. Phillips teaches undergraduate through graduate students, and she also is a core clinical faculty member for Marywood's Psy.D. Program in Clinical Psychology.
Emphasizing the national importance of the role, as well as Dr. Phillips’s demonstrated professional expertise, credentials, and leadership qualities, her colleague, Robert Shaw, Psy.D., ABPP, Director of Marywood’s Counseling and Student Development Center, stated, “The board and the membership of the American Board of Clinical Psychology elected her to serve as president of the Board, representing and serving the field of clinical psychology and, in doing so, carrying the standard of Marywood University at the zenith of the discipline.”
The American Board of Clinical Psychology is a member specialty board of the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). The ABCP is responsible for establishing criteria related to the definition, education, training, competencies, and the examination leading to certification as a specialist in Clinical Psychology.
Marywood University offers psychology degree programs from undergraduate through doctoral levels. For more information, go to the Psychology & Counseling Department's page or visit marywood.edu/admissions. To connect with an admissions counselor, call (570) 348-6234 or email YourFuture@marywood.edu for undergraduate programs; for graduate programs, call (570) 340-6002 or email email@example.com.
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