We appreciate your interest in the VCU clinical program and the research being conducted by our team. The VCU clinical program follows a scientist-practitioner model and aims to provide graduate students top-notch training. The clinical program provides training in clinical child/adolescent and behavioral medicine. Below you will find a description of current lab activities as well as a brief description of the VCU clinical program.
Dr. Bryce McLeod does not plan to admit a graduate student for Fall 2024.
Lab Activities for 2022-23
It is a busy time in the lab! The information on this website is intended to help prospective graduate students assess potential fit between our lab and their own research interests. The primary focus of the lab is on implementation science and practice, the development and evaluation of treatment integrity instruments, training strategies, and interventions designed to improve the quality of care in community settings. At present, we have a number of federally funded research projects. Please do not hesitate to contact me or a lab member if you have any questions about the VCU program or our lab activities.
VCU Clinical Program
The VCU clinical program offers outstanding training. Our faculty have an ideal blend of productive research programs as well as expertise in evidence-based treatment approaches for children, adolescents, and adults. Our clinical training focuses upon evidence-based practice and we provide our students with an array of clinical practicum throughout the greater Richmond area. Moreover, Richmond is a fun city that is ideally situated close to the mountains, beach, and Washington, D.C. Follow these links for more information about the VCU Psychology Department or the VCU Clinical program.