The beautiful state of Maine is located in the vicinity of Quebac, New Hampshire and Atlantic Ocean in the north- eastern part of America. The total population is believed to be about 1.3 million that is richly concentrated in urban zones like Augusta – the state capital and cities like Bangor and Lewiston.
Child Psychology Programs in Maine
The costal state of Maine offers a number of child psychology programs and the students can also avail the funding or grant support by the Grant Program of State of Maine. If you are a resident of Maine, you mayalso get benefitted by other scholarship programs like Nextgen Student Grant Program and Barking Foundation Grants.
All the schools and programs are associated with Maine Psychological Association and all the data and licensure is managed by Maine Board of Examiners of Psychologists.
Most schools offer MS programs in Child Development, Addiction, Applied Behavior and Substance Abuse. Here is the list
- University of Southern Maine (Campus in Portland, Maine)
- Kaplan University (Campus in South Portland, Maine)
- University of New England (Campus in Biddeford, Maine)
- University of Maine-Farmington (Campus in Farmington, Maine)
- University of Maine at Presque Isle (Campus in Presque Isle, Maine)
- University of Maine at Machias (Campus in Machias, Maine)
- University of Maine (Campus in Orono, Maine)
- Thomas College (Campus in Waterville, Maine)
- Saint Joseph’s College of Maine (Campus in Standish, Maine)
- Husson University (campus in Bangor, Maine)
- Colby College (campus in Waterville, Maine)
- Bowdoin College (campus in Brunswick, Maine)
How to work as a child psychologist in Maine?
To work as a child psychologist, every student must obtain a doctoral degree and also complete clinical and practical rotation under supervision. These are the primary and basic requirements for the licensing procedure to practice in Maine (the license is issued by Maine Board of Examiners of Psychologists).
How Much Does a Child Psychologist Make in Maine?
A practicing child psychologist can work full-time or part- time. A full-time employed Child psychologist can make up to $33.00 per hour or upto $68,640 per year (bls.gov).