Hi all - I know there have been some discussions regarding this from 5-6 years ago but am hoping someone might have some updated insight. I currently hold a master's degree in aeronautical science with an emphasis on human factors. I work as an aviation consultant and safety/aerobatic flight instructor. I am very interested in a PhD or PsyD in performance psychology as I hope to open new doors to include executive/life coaching, unique research (psychology in aviation), performance consulting and maybe some teaching at 2-year/4-year and/or online. After spending a few months researching I keep coming back to the University of the Rockies' PsyD program in performance/sports psychology but can't quite wrap my head around a PsyD program that is not clinical (as it seems that that's the point of the PsyD). Any thoughts would be incredibly appreciated. I'm just floundering a bit with my decision as it's almost $80K and 4 years so I really want to make sure I don't get a degree that's worthless in the end. Thanks!!