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Graduate School of Professional Psychology


Impact the Next Generation of Mental Health Clinicians

GSPP students are volunteering over 3,500 hours in the community providing mental health services at local agencies. Supporting student scholarships at GSPP is supporting the communities we serve. Hear from our students about how a scholarship helped impact their training at GSPP.


Meet Jennifer

Jennifer M. Paul came to DU to study Clinical Psychology with an emphasis on children, adolescents, couples, and families and the assessment, treatment, and prevention of trauma. At GSPP, she was trained and supervised in providing Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and other evidenced-based treatments to children and families by nationally certified trainers at the Kempe Center, an internationally recognized center for the treatment and prevention of child abuse and neglect. Read More Here


Meet Jerrold

Jerrold Yeo moved from the Philippines to the U.S., specifically DU, to study clinical psychology with an emphasis on neuropsychology, rehabilitation psychology and integrative health. At GSPP, he was trained and supervised in providing neuropsychological assessments and therapy with both inpatient and outpatient populations across a variety of diagnoses, including Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), cancer, dementia and many other health and chronic issues. Read More Here


Meet Kritika

Kritika Dwivedi graduated in 2016 with her PsyD in clinical psychology from GSPP. She was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Colorado at Boulder's Counseling and Psychological Services after graduation and recently started as a full-time Psychologist there this year. Kritika completed her pre-doctoral internship at the University of Washington in Seattle's Counseling Center. She had the opportunity to engage with an incredibly diverse student population and bolster her commitment to multicultural humility and social justice consciousness. Read More Here