SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Hello all. I'm curious to know your thoughts regarding the future of clinical psychology. As it stands, the profession appears to be in a period of flux -- push for prescription privileges, influence of Master's-trained therapists, decreasing reimbursements, and extreme competition for admission to clinical psychology programs. At the same time, the profession is blossoming with respect to research developments, innovative clinical programs, and unique opportunities for postdoctoral training and applied work (e.g., sports, neuro, gero, etc.). What do YOU foresee as the future of clinical psychology? How do you foresee the profession changing over the next ten years?