The Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development (AP&HD) offers graduate degrees in five programs that focus on basic and applied research in the areas of counselling and clinical psychology, human development, special education and educational psychology pertaining to children, adolescents and adults.
Our mission is to develop skilled and thoughtful researchers and professionals, who will expand knowledge about human development and improve practice in key areas, particularly teaching, counselling psychology and school and clinical child psychology. Our faculty are leaders in their fields, with wide-ranging interests and active research programs. Our department is home to a very diverse group of students and regularly plays host to visiting researchers from around the world.
Applications are now OPEN!
We are accepting applications to the following programs for fall 2017 entrance:
Child Study & Education
Counselling & Clinical Psychology (MA, PhD)
- Counselling Psychology (MEd, EdD)
Master of Education in Global Mental Health and Counselling Psychology
Developmental Psychology & Education
- School & Clinical Child Psychology
Congratulations to Professor Abby Goldstein, named Canada Research Chair. Goldstein is studying the risk behaviours and well-being of young adults.
"The support of the CRC shows Canada’s commitment to research on mental health and well-being ... and will advance knowledge to support young people during this critical time of life," says Goldstein.
Our students have access to various resources from the department, OISE and the university to support them academically, financially and socially.
- OISE Registrar's Office
- OISE Bulletin
- OISE Psychology Clinic
- Course Schedule
- Student Forms
- Ethical Review
- Accessibility Services
- Graduate Student Funding
- AP&HD Student Association
- Health, Family Care and Special Services
- Student Services
- Student Housing