School of Social Work, Psychology & Philosophy

A multidisciplinary Woodcock Autism Assessment Clinic evaluation with TWU grad students and Psychology, Speech and OT faculty.

A multidisciplinary Woodcock Autism Assessment Clinic evaluation with TWU grad students and Psychology, Speech and OT faculty.

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TWU Psychology and Philosophy graduate students and faculty visiting the state capital to discuss mental health policies.

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The inaugural TWU-UNT MSW program hooding ceremony.

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Psychology & Philosophy's Psi Chi Honor Society.

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Social Work alumna Major General Mary Saunders featured in the new TWU Student Union.

A multidisciplinary Woodcock Autism Assessment Clinic evaluation with TWU grad students and Psychology, Speech and OT faculty.

A multidisciplinary Woodcock Autism Assessment Clinic evaluation with TWU grad students and Psychology, Speech and OT faculty.

SWKPP Slideshow

TWU Psychology and Philosophy graduate students and faculty visiting the state capital to discuss mental health policies.

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A supervisor observes a counselor-in-training session with clients.

Mission Statement

The mission of the School of Social Work, Psychology & Philosophy is to educate and graduate ethical, competent individuals who think critically and use evidence-based approaches in their professional practices. Our school is committed to teaching, research and service that empowers diverse individuals and their communities to grow, learn and heal. 

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement 

The School of Social Work, Psychology & Philosophy is committed to fostering a diverse, equitable and inclusive academic environment for all. We value and celebrate students, faculty and staff from all backgrounds, firmly believing that diverse perspectives and experiences empower and better prepare all of us to work in a complex, diverse world.

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