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Undergraduate study

Explore the inner workings of the mind, or apply expertise in language and behaviour to make a difference to people's lives, with our degrees in psychology and speech and language therapy.

Master's study

Expand your career options with a master's in psychology or speech and language therapy. Or enhance your career with our MSc Psychology Conversion course.


PhD study

Join our large and vibrant community and work alongside a thriving group of researchers within clinical language sciences, neuroscience, psychology or psycholinguistics.

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) training

The Charlie Waller Institute offers high quality training in evidence-based psychological treatments for mental health professionals.

Our research

Our research centres have an international reputation for research in areas such as child development and psychopathology, neuroscience and clinical training.

Our clinics and centres

The School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences is home to two NHS-partnered clinics, as well as an independent autism centre.

Celebrating our centenary

To celebrate 100 years of psychology at Reading, we're hosting a week of events for staff, students, collaborators and the public.

Our history

The history of the School of Psychology and Clinical Language can be traced back to 1921.

Charlie Waller Institute

The Charlie Waller Institute is a leading provider of training in evidence-based psychological treatments.


Our team

Meet our talented staff carrying out impactful research across a wide range of areas in psychology and clinical language sciences. 


Work with us

Form a partnership with us through student placements, custom research projects or consultancy. You can also access our facilities or enter a knowledge transfer partnership with us.
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