Hi all, First - let me thank you in advance for your help. Second - the facts. I am currently a clinician with an MSW. I enjoy early years/assessment/attachment clinical work. I don't get as excited about therapy but it's ok. I'm looking to learn more and interested in doctoral studies - something in the developmental psych/early childhood realm. Social work would be ok but few of the doctoral programmes are clinical; they tend to the administrative or international development. Cool but not what I'm after. I also can't do one of the schools like Capella or Walden which appear to be somewhat mocked in my field (I'm not judging the quality, just reporting an observation). Third - finances are an issue. Fielding won't work for me because of the way the fees are structured. I could never take enough classes in a semester to make it worth the cost. Fourth - because of my current credentials, I am able to work in my field. It would be nice to be an R.Psych eventually but it's not the end all, be all. I also could, possibly, down the road re-specialize as clinical psych if needed. Fifth - I was looking at schools from UNISA to Lund in Sweden but am not sure if I'm just missing it or if there just isn't anything that matches what I'm seeking in the distance learning world. Six - thanks again. I'm not sure what pertinent facts I've missed but I'm sure there's something. I have no idea if there is anyone who has any ideas of a programme that might fit but after too many hours searching, I thought I should put it out here.