Joining the Lab
Applying for Graduate School
Dr. Levin is regularly interviewing for graduate students to join the USU Contextual Behavioral Science lab as part of the Combined Clinical/Counseling Psychology Ph.D. program at USU. It's recommended you contact Dr. Levin if you are interested in applying to make sure he is interviewing for students' and just to touch bases.
Students are generally encouraged to apply to the lab. Please browse the materials posted on this website to get more of a feel for the lab and the work being done.
The lab is especially looking for students to join who are:
We have broad interests when it comes to potential clinical populations, but the more important emphasis in our lab is bringing contextual behavioral science methods/principles to bear on whatever is researched.
For a more detailed description of my mentorship style and what to expect as a graduate student in the lab click here.
Undergraduate Research Assistants
The USU Contextual Behavioral Science lab includes an active undergraduate research assistant program. This is a great opportunity to get exposed to clinical research and explore topics such as ACT, mindfulness, and technology-based interventions/methods.
We tend to have high expectations for our undergraduates and we encourage students only to apply for the lab if they are highly committed to participating in research.
If you are interested in applying we recommend the following steps: