Professional Schools refer to Schools that offer advanced training in Psychology that differs from training offered by traditional doctoral programs. It offers advanced training in Psychology that emphasizes competence in assessment and Psychotherapy over competence in Research. Professional schools, in general, offer relatively little training in Research, emphasizing instead training in assessment and Psychotherapy.

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