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Student Admissions, Outcomes, and Other Data

CLASS PROFILES

Entering Class Fall 07 Fall 08 Fall 09 Fall 10 Fall 11 Fall 12 FALL 13
Applications 266 237 263 255 264 294 259
Enrolled 16 18 20 18 20 20 16

Enrolled Class
Mean GPA 3.69 3.53 3.52 3.46 3.56 3.63 3.67
Mean Verbal GRE 577 593 580 573 600 606 (162)* 610 (159)*
Mean Quantitative GRE 634 638 669 626 680 664 (155)* 680 (153)*
Mean Writing GRE 5.1 4.8 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0 4.5
Mean Psychology GRE 653 661 641 637 670 705 655

*new scoring scale for GREs

PRE–DOCTORAL EXTERNSHIP PLACEMENTS 2013–14

 

All second and third year students who applied for externships received one for 2013–2014. As can be seen from the list below, students will receive training in a diverse group of state–of–the–art settings.

3rd Year Externship


Third Year Students

Queens Children's Psychiatric Center
Nassau University Medical Center
Long Island Jewish Geropsychology Unit
Hoboken University Medical Center
Long Island Jewish Zucker Hillside
Child ADHD Track Pathways to Housing – Harlem
Jamaica Hospital
Hackensack University Medical Center
Long Island Jewish, Zucker Hillside – Acute Care Concentration
City College of NY Wellness and Counseling Center
Brooklyn VA, Psychosocial Rehabilitation & Recovery Center
Nassau University Medical Center Manhattan
VA Family/Caregivers Psychotherapy Research program
Jamaica Hospital Center Inpatient Psychiatry Unit
Long Island Jewish Eating Disorders Program Pilgrim Psychiatric

4th Year Externship


Fourth Year Students

Queens Children's Psychiatric Center
NYU Child Study Center Neuropsychology
NY Presbyterian/Columbia Medical Center School–based Mental Health Program
Stanley Children's Hospital
Montefiore Medical Center
Sagamore Children's Psychiatric Center
Creedmoor Psychiatric Institute
JBFCS–Henry Ittleson Center
Bellevue Hospital
Forensic Track Child Mind Institute – ADHD & Disruptive Behavior Disorders Center
NYS Psychiatric Institute Eating Disorders Inpatient Unit
North Central Bronx Hospital
Queens Hospital Center Cognitive Behavioral Associates, Great Neck
Maimonides Child & Adolescent Outpatient Services
Long Island Jewish Adolescent Pavilion Rikers Island

 

Pre–doctoral Internships

The percentages below are based on the total number of students applying for internship that year.

Year Number of Students Who Applied for Internship Percentage of Students Who Obtained an Internship Percentage of Internships APPIC listed Percentage of Internships That Were Full–time Percentage of Internships That were Paid Percentage of Internships Accredited by APA
2005 12 100 92 100 92 92
2006 15 100 87 100 93 80
2007 14 100 71 100 86 50
2008 10 100 100 100 100 80
2009 16 100 100 100 100 93
2010 19 84 89 100 100 89
2011 12 100 75 100 92 75
2012 17 100 65 100 76 65

 

Internship Placements in 2012–2013 & 2013-2014

 

  • Albert Einstein College Of Medicine Early Childhood Center – Bronx
  • Andrus Children's Center, Child Outpatient – Yonkers, NY
  • Audrey Hepburn House – Hackensack, NJ
  • Bronx VA Medical Center
  • Brooklyn College Counseling Center
  • Center For Cognitive Behavior Therapy – Manhattan
  • Center for Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy
  • Columbia University Medical Center
  • Faye Lindner Autism Center – Brookville, NY
  • Fordham University Counseling Center – Bronx
  • Foster Home Division – Pleasantville, NY
  • Harvard Med/Cambridge Hospital Adult Outpatient/Inpatient Jewish Child Care Association
  • Interfaith Medical Center – Brooklyn
  • Jacobi Medical Center – Bronx
  • Jewish Child Care Association
  • Kings County Hospital Center Adult Clinical Psychology Track – Brooklyn
  • MercyFirst – Syosset, NY
  • Mount Sinai Neuropsychology Track – Manhattan
  • New York Harbor VA Medical Center – Brooklyn
  • NY HARBOR VA MED CTR-MANHATTAN
  • Pace University Counseling Center
  • Pilgrim Psychiatric Center – West Brentwood, NY
  • Rutgers CAPS Program
  • UMDNJ/UBHC/NJ MED SCHL NEWARK
  • VA Hudson Valley Health Care System – Montrose, NY
  • Wilford Hall Med/Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tx
  • Woodhull Medical Center

Time to Complete Program & Attrition

In the six years from September 2006 until September 2012, 102 students graduated from our doctoral program.

During that time, the mean number of years students took to complete the program from the time of first matriculation was 5.98 years and the median number was 6.00 years.

Below you will find a more detailed breakdown of the time students took to complete the program.

Percentage of students who completed the program in fewer than 5 years – 3.0%
Percentage of students who completed the program in 5 years – 44.1%
Percentage of students who completed the program in 6 years – 20.6%
Percentage of students who completed the program in 7 years – 16.7%
Percentage of students who completed the program in more than 7 years – 15.7%

The table below provides information on the students who enrolled in the program from 2007–2013. You will see how many students initially enrolled, how many have graduated, how many are still in the program, and how many left the program for reasons other than graduation.

Year of first enrollment Number of students initially enrolled Number of students who graduated with doctorate as of 07/17/13 Number of students still enrolled in program as of 07/17/13 Number of students no longer enrolled for any reason other than graduation as of 07/17/13
2007 15 0 13 2
2008 17 0 16 1
2009 24 0 22 2
2010 18 0 18 0
2011 20 0 20 0
2012 20 0 18 2
2013 16 0 16 0

Licensure

The 2012 Report from the Association of State & Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB), available here, reported that from 2007–2012, 77.3% of doctoral students who took the EPPP national licensing exam passed. The percentage of LIU Post students who passed the exam during that period was 88.16%. This compares favorably with most other doctoral programs on Long Island & in NYC (CUNY-City College (Ph.D.), 78.95%, Hofstra (Ph.D.), 81.05%; Adelphi (Ph.D.), 80.15%; Pace (Psy.D), 77.84%, Stony Brook (Ph.D.), 90.1%, Yeshiva (Psy.D.), 81.95%).

Sample Alumni Employment

 

  • Bronx Children's Psychiatric Center
  • Crossroads School for Child Development
  • Developmental Disabilities Institute
  • Elmhurst Hospital
  • Jamaica Hospital
  • Jacobi Medical Center
  • Interfaith Medical Center
  • Long Island Jewish Hospital
  • Long Island Jewish Medical Center
  • Montclair State University
  • National Development and Research Institutes – NYC (NDRI)
  • New York University Counseling Center - Florence
  • North Shore University Hospital
  • Pederson–Krag Center
  • Pilgrim Psychiatric Center
  • Port Authority of New York
  • Rebecca School
  • Sagamore Children's Center
  • St. Mary's Child and Family Services
  • SUNY Stony Brook Developmental Disabilities Center
  • The Autism Help Center
  • The New Jersey Center for Outreach and Services for the Autism Community (COSAC)
  • The New York Forensic Mental Health Group
  • United Cerebral Palsy
  • Victims Information Bureau of Suffolk (VIBS)
  • Young Adult Institute/National Center for People with Disabilities