PsyD Senior Adjunct Professor Dr. Teplin Appointed to Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied Editorial BoardPosted by Medaille College Office of Communications
David Teplin, PsyD, senior adjunct professor in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program (PsyD), has been appointed to the editorial review board for the Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied. He has already been serving on editorial review boards for the Journal of Attention Disorders, the Journal of Addictive Diseases and the Journal of Opioid Management.
Dr. Teplin, who has been teaching graduate psychology courses for over 25 years, was previously interviewed in a PsyD Program of the Month Q&A. Read that feature to hear him discuss his private practice and how he incorporates his clinical work into the classroom, in addition to him sharing insight into Medaille’s PsyD program and advice for practitioners.
Medaille College’s PsyD program is a full-time, five-year, practitioner-oriented program that prepares a student for a career as a licensed psychologist. The PsyD program requires over 1,000 hours of supervised practicum experience in assessment and therapy, as well as the completion of a clinical dissertation in close consultation with the student’s faculty advisor.