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Clinical Sciences

Clinical science is grounded in the belief that a scientific approach should guide the many roles of a clinical psychologist, including providing psychotherapy, conducting assessments, and conducting research, teaching, mentoring, consulting, or program evaluation. One need not be a researcher to be a clinical scientist. Psychologists engaged in full-time practice are clinical scientists if their work is continually informed by scientific principles and the best available research evidence. Conversely, not all researchers are clinical scientists. If researchers do not avail themselves of the crucial methodological safeguards afforded by science, they are not clinical scientists.