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This page provides a list of internship programs that are seeking applicants for unfilled positions for the 2014-15 training year. This list is divided into two sections, unfilled and filled positions, and the most recent postings will be added to the top of each section. Please check back regularly for new vacancies. Those who wish to be notified via e-mail of updates to this list may sign up for such notifications here.

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UNFILLED POSITIONS



Site: Visiting Mental Health
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2235)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.visitingmentalhealth.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Ann Monis, Psy.D. - 954-885-9500 - Drann@visitingmentalhealth.com
Submit applications to: drrick@visitingmentalhealth.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, September 15, 12:15 pm Eastern Time

Visiting Mental Health (VMH), located in South Florida, has just added 1 Internship position in addition to the current team of 7 interns for the 2014-2015 internship year. This internship position requires 2000 hours over 12 months by working approximately 45-50 hours per week. Weekly two-hour individual supervision and two-hour group supervision. The position will maintain a case load of approximately 30 clients. Intern will be expected to schedule and conduct sessions, perform assessments, develop treatment plans, and evaluate for results of treatment. The target populations and clinical rotations include provision of services to: geriatric patients; jail based patients; forensic work; children and families in the Child Welfare/Foster Care dependency system; and chronically ill patients residing in long term residential settings. In addition to the treatment component the internship training program provides intensive assessment experience. Candidates applying should have significant experience with provision of assessment services. VMH assessment services include: Psychological Assessments to include heavy forensic testing; Psycho-Educational Assessments; Neuro-Psychological Assessments; Psycho-Sexual Assessments; and Substance Abuse Assessments.


Site: PsychoNeuroPlasticity (PNP) Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Website: http://www.pnpcenter.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Barbara S. Peavey, PhD - bpeavey@lawlispeavey.com
Submit applications to: bpeavey@lawlispeavey.com (Cover Letter and CV)
Date/Time Added: Thursday, August 28, 11:00 am Eastern Time

The Lawlis-Peavey PsychoNeuroPlasticity (PNP) Center has an Immediate Opening for a one-year pre-doctoral internship in Clinical Psychology and Behavioral Medicine. The PNP Center provides integrated assessments & psychoneurological interventions. See our website: (www.pnpcenter.com). The PNP Center provides objective diagnosis based on integrated assessment of the following aspects: psychological: individual & family, cognitive, psychophysiological, QEEG, and medical. Age range of patients is 6yrs–geriatric with concerns ranging from attention, anxiety, depression, bipolar, spectrum disorders, PTSD, and OCD. The internship is focused on developing a psychologist’s clinical skills, including: psychopharmacology, self-regulation, cognitive testing and psychological assessment and treatment.


Site: American Addiction Centers
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2240)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.americanaddictioncenters.com/internship-program/
TD Name and Contact Info: Juan R. Feliciano, PsyD, JFeliciano@ContactAAC.com
Submit applications to: JFeliciano@ContactAAC.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 24, 12:40 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, August 15, 2:00 am Eastern Time (Change of TD; Site still seeking applications)
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, August 27, 2:30 pm Eastern Time (Applications no longer accepted)

PLEASE NOTE: APPLICATIONS ARE NO LONGER BEING ACCEPTED FOR THESE POSITIONS

American Addiction Centers, located in West Palm Beach, Florida, has 2 open positions for its internship beginning July 14, 2014. Interns gain extensive experience in providing psychological assessments to a co-occurring adolescent and adult population. Testing experience is mandatory. Interns also provide process and psycho-educational groups weekly. Please see website for more information or email Training Director.


Site: UC Davis CAARE Center
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1771)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.earlypsychosis.ucdavis.edu or http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/children/clinical_services/CAARE/
TD Name and Contact Info: Dawn Blacker, PhD - dawn.blacker@ucdmc.ucdavis.edu
Submit applications to: dawn.blacker@ucdmc.ucdavis.edu
Date/Time Added: Thursday, July 17, 2:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, August 12, 11:00 pm Eastern Time (Application Deadline Extended)

PLEASE NOTE: APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO SEPTEMBER 2nd

Two Predoctoral Psychology Internship positions are available at the UC Davis Children’s Hospital and UC Davis Department of Psychiatry beginning August 15th, 2014 under the new Trauma-Adolescent Mental Illness tract within the CAARE Center’s APA accredited internship program (APPIC Number 177111). Through a collaboration between the CAARE Diagnostic and Treatment Center and SacEDAPT (Sacramento County Early Diagnosis and Preventive Treatment) Clinic, there will be two internship positions for eligible applicants focusing on treatment of trauma in youth in the early stages of psychotic illness and their families. Interns will spend 50% of their time at the CAARE Center and 50% at SacEDAPT. They will be provided training in two empirically based approaches, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy and the assessment and treatment of early psychosis using the EDAPT model. Interested applicants must come from an APA accredited program; have an interest in trauma and/or early psychosis; and experience working with children and/or adolescents.

Please send a cover letter and vita to: dawn.blacker@ucdmc.ucdavis.edu . Deadline for applying is July 25th, 2014 September 2nd, 2014. For any questions, please email Dr. Blacker at dawn.blacker@ucdmc.ucdavis.edu or Dr. Tara Niendam at tniendam@ucdavis.edu


Site: Haymount Institute for Psychological Assessment
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2094)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.haymountinstitute.com/internship/
TD Name and Contact Info: Christopher J. Ketchman, Psy.D., ABPP - dr.ketchman@yahoo.com; Dr. Susanna Fletcher - drsuzannafletcher@gmail.com
Submit applications to: Please respond to Dr. Fletcher at drsuzannafletcher@gmail.com if you are interested in applying for the Pre-Doctoral Internship position.
Date/Time Added: Thursday, July 10, 3:00 am Eastern Time

The Haymount Institute for Psychological Services is seeking a Pre-Doctoral Intern to work in the recently opened Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinic in Hope Mills, NC. The Internship Director of Training is Christopher J. Ketchman, Psy.D., ABPP, and the site supervisor is Suzanna Fletcher, Psy.D.

The Haymount ASD clinic is a more specialized component of the Haymount Institute for Psychological Assessment focusing on the evaluation and treatment of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The setting is a private outpatient clinic serving children, adolescents, adults, and families in a community setting. Our client population includes the diverse demographic mix of individuals from Cumberland, Hoke, and surrounding counties in North Carolina.

The primary goal of the internship is to provide pre-doctoral interns with training in the administration, scoring, interpretation, reporting, and consultation involved in a wide range of psychological assessments. Interns will be trained in diagnostic and motivational interviewing with clients ranging in age from children to adults, and will learn strategies to elicit information from difficult clients. Emphasis will be placed on accurate diagnosis utilizing a multitude of evidence-based assessment instruments to inform treatment interventions for a variety of local treatment facilities, psychiatrists, therapists, schools, social service agencies, group homes, case managers, etc. Training in case conceptualization utilizing evidence-based practices will also be provided to further inform subsequent treatment interventions. Predoctoral interns in the Haymount ASD clinic will have exposure to a variety of presenting mental health conditions, although the primary focus will be on assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorder. It is anticipated that by the end of the internship year, interns will have completed 40-50 integrated psychological reports.

Although opportunities for interns to provide individual psychotherapy are limited, formal didactic training on evidence-based intervention strategies will be provided. Interns will be afforded opportunities to co-facilitate group therapy with a licensed provider, and the group topics allow interns to utilize clinical interventions learned in their didactic seminars. As part of the group therapy experience, interns will receive training in appropriate documentation, which includes progress notes, treatment plans, and termination summaries. In addition, interns will have the opportunity to learn invaluable knowledge about medical billing, marketing, record keeping, and other aspects of running a business that will prepare them to secure gainful employment and/or assist them with establishing a private practice in the community following graduation.

All aspects of clinical training outlined in the internship brochure will remain the same, with the only major difference being that interns in the Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinic will be focusing more heavily on the evaluation and treatment of individuals with ASDs and related disorders.





FILLED/CLOSED POSITIONS



Site: The Village for Families and Children, Inc.
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1181)

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Website: http://www.thevillage.org/psychintern
TD Name and Contact Info: Jill Donelan, Psy.D. - jdonelan@thevillage.org
Submit applications to: jdonelan@thevillage.org (Cover Letter and CV)
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, July 2, 12:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, August 4, 12:00 noon Eastern Time (no longer accepting applications)
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, September 10, 2:00 am Eastern Time (Positions filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

The Village for Families and Children, Inc. is pleased to announce 2 vacancies for the Psychology Internship Program in Hartford, CT, starting in September, 2014. As a result of a HRSA Graduate Psychology Education grant, The Village is expanding the training program from 4 to 6 interns. The Village internship program is focused on training future psychologists to serve children, adolescents, and families in an underserved urban environment, with a focus on trauma-informed care and cultural competency. We welcome applicants with a passion for this work, and invite you to join the agency’s mission “To Build Strong and Healthy Families who Protect and Nurture Children”. Applications will be reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis but are unlikely to be considered after August 1st.


Site: Riverview Psychiatric Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2091) - Recently renewed APPIC membership. Three year review was past due.

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.maine.gov/dhhs/riverview/intern/index.html
TD Name and Contact Info: Elizabeth Houghton-Faryna, Psy.D. - (207) 624-4668 - Elizabeth.houghton-faryna@maine.gov
Submit applications to: Elizabeth.houghton-faryna@maine.gov
Date/Time Added: Saturday, August 2, 3:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, August 27, 2:30 pm Eastern Time (Positions filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Riverview Psychiatric Center is pleased to announce that we have been funded for two additional pre-doctoral internship positions. Positions have a start date (goal) of September 1, 2014. The Pre-doctoral Internship program offered by the Department of Psychology at Riverview Psychiatric Center is designed to provide an intensive professional training experience in acute and chronic inpatient psychiatric care, consultation services, and community re-entry programs. Major rotations for all interns include acute inpatient psychiatry; psychological assessment and consultation; forensic assessment and treatment; group psychotherapy; and individual psychotherapy. 2000 hours. Stipend is $17,500. Please see web page for additional information.


Site: El Camino Hospital, Behavioral Health Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.elcaminohospital.org/Programs_and_Services/Behavioral_Health
TD Name and Contact Info: Peter Scheufele, Ph.D.; peter_s@elcaminohospital.org
Submit applications to: peter_s@elcaminohospital.org
Date/Time Added: Saturday, June 7, 2:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, August 12, 11:00 pm Eastern Time (Positions withdrawn)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN WITHDRAWN (UNFILLED)

El Camino Hospital Behavioral Health Services is pleased to invite applications for two new 12-month, full-time (40 hours per week) clinical psychology intern positions to begin in July, 2014. El Camino Hospital is composed of two full-service, acute care community hospitals located in Mountain View and Los Gatos, California, offering a comprehensive range of inpatient and outpatient services to communities in the South San Francisco Bay Area; for more information, please visit our website. Prospective interns will receive training while taking part in interdisciplinary treatment teams providing care to patients in our hospital-based programs, including inpatient, Partial Hospital and Continuing Care programs, and outpatient care.Weekly supervision will include two hours individual, as well as attending two one-hour case conferences, a one hour assessment seminar, and regularly-scheduled training seminars.

Competitive applicants will be from an APA accredited clinical or counseling psychology program and will have completed academic coursework, clinical competency exams, and dissertation proposal. Applicants should submit cover letter, vita, two letters of recommendation, and must include an endorsement of readiness for internship from their academic program’s Director of Clinical Training with their application materials. After completion of initial screening and interviewing process, applicants selected for the two openings will be required to complete the hospital’s hiring process, including completing the HR department’s online application form, an in-person health screening to confirm prior vaccination for measles, mumps, rubella, varicella, completion of a TB screening test or written verification of a negative TB test within the past year, urine drug screen, and a criminal background check. Applicants who successfully complete the hospital’s hiring process will then receive a formal offer in accordance with APPIC rules.

These positions will include a stipend of $24,000, and scheduled time off for dissertation defense, graduation, and follow-on interviews. Other benefits are not included. Ideal applicants will have prior experience in hospital treatment settings, flexibility, and enthusiasm for launching this new training program to augment our current practicum and postdoc training programs. Although we are currently a non-member with APPIC due to this being a new training program, we plan to apply for membership in 2014. Please note that membership is not guaranteed.We also plan to register our two interns as psychological assistants with the California Board of Psychology so their hours count toward state licensing requirements should our APPIC membership process be delayed for any reason. To apply, please email your application materials listed above to peter_s@elcaminohospital.org. Application review will begin immediately and applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.


Site: Heart of America Psychology Training Consortium, Central Region – Pathways Community Behavioral Healthcare
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1925)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://haptconline.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Adam Andreassen, PsyD - aandreassen@haptconline.org - 417-501-6277
Submit applications to: kdixon@haptconline.org
Date/Time Added: Saturday, August 2, 3:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, August 12, 11:00 pm Eastern Time (Position withdrawn)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN (UNFILLED)

The Heart of America Psychology Training Consortium has one vacancy available for Pathways Community Behavioral Healthcare. The available position would be for the Lebanon, MO and Rolla, MO office position (intern will travel between the two offices). This site provides outpatient services ranging from brief individual, group, or family counseling dealing with issues such as depression and anxiety to long-term care and support for adults with serious mental illnesses and children with serious emotional disturbances.

Only applicants who meet the following requirements will be considered:

  • Comprehensive Examination successfully completed
  • Dissertation proposal approved by start of internship
  • Completion of a minimum of 1000 total practicum hours
  • Completion of 250 Intervention and Assessment hours
  • Completion of 100 Supervision hours
  • Must have completed three years of graduate training
  • Must be enrolled in an APA accredited clinical (preferred), counseling, or school psychology doctoral program.

To apply, please send your full AAPI with an example assessment report to the email address listed above.


Site: Federal Correctional Institution, Terminal Island, California, Psychology Pre-doctoral Internship
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1167)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: Please find our brochure by selecting FCI Terminal Island on the BOP's website http://www.bop.gov/jobs/psychology_intership.jsp
TD Name and Contact Info: Leslie Charles, Ph.D., Acting Clinical Training Director - Lenslin@bop.gov
Submit applications to: Training Director via e-mail: Lenslin@bop.gov
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, June 10, 12:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, July 12, 5:15 pm Eastern Time (No longer accepting applications)
Date/Time Updated: Monday, August 4, 2:00 pm Eastern Time (Position filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Federal Correctional Institution, Terminal Islnad, has recently received funding for an additional full-time Pre-doctoral Internship position for August 2014 - August 2015. Please review the description in the APPIC directory. Our program was granted full APA accreditation in March 2012 and is based on the Local Clinical Scientist training model. While assessment and evaluation experience is offered, the training program offers more emphasis in developing skill in treatment and intervention. The services provides by Psychology Services at FCI Terminal Island include psychological screening of newly admitted inmates, brief treatment of adjustment symptoms, crisis intervention, suicide risk assessment, long term and group therapy. We also conduct substance abuse treatment, psychological assessment and consultation with staff in other departments regarding inmate concerns. Opportunities exist to provide brief and long-term treatment in individual and group formats. Weekly didactic training is offered, some in conjunction with the internship program at MDC Los Angeles (an APA accredited Bureau of Prisons' facility). The primary goals of the Internship Training Program are to (a) train competent early career psychologists and (b) train early career correctional psychologists. Those who successfully complete a Bureau of Prisons internship are uniquely qualified as potential full-time psychologists with the agency.


Site: University of Wisconsin-Whitewater - University Health and Counseling Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Website: http://www.uww.edu/uhcs/
TD Name and Contact Info: Terri DeWalt, PhD, LP - (262) 472-1305 - dewaltt@uww.edu
Submit applications to: dewaltt@uww.edu
Date/Time Added: Thursday, April 10, 2:30 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, August 4, 11:00 am Eastern Time (Position filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The University Health and Counseling Services (UHCS) of University of Wisconsin-Whitewater has one fulltime internship position available for the 2014- 2015 academic year. The 12 month, full time position (40 hours per week, 2,000 hour Internship) is available with a stipend of $12,000.

UHCS of Wisconsin-Whitewater is an integrated counseling and health center located in the city of Whitewater, WI. UHCS has been committed to providing quality training opportunities for many years. We are excited to be expanding our training program further by recruiting our first Pre-Doctoral Psychology Intern. Since this is the first year we will be offering a Pre-Doctoral Psychology Internship, we are not members of APPIC and are not APA Accredited.

Applicants must be enrolled in a Counseling or Clinical Psychology doctoral program, preferably at an APA- or CPA-accredited program. Applicants must be certified by the academic program as being ready for internship and possess strong clinical skills and experience handling crisis situations. Experience working in a university counseling center and working with diverse populations is preferred.

The Pre-Doctoral Intern will have the opportunity to provide individual, couples and group counseling as well as walk-in appointments and outreach activities. The Intern will not be responsible for any after hours on-call coverage. UHCS will provide 2 hours of weekly individual supervision, 1.5 hours of weekly case consultation, 1 hour a week of group supervision, and ongoing training seminars. Seminars and consultation are provided by a multidisciplinary team of licensed professionals. The Intern will be on site with other doctoral and masters level trainees. Our internship program is designed as a time for interns to expand and deepen basic clinical skills as well as work toward developing her or his own clinical and professional identity.

Acceptance is contingent upon passing a background check. Please email a copy of your AAPI, a cover letter, your current CV, three letters of recommendation, and verification of eligibility for internship to UHCS Training Director, Terri DeWalt, PhD, at dewaltt@uww.edu. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please feel free to direct any questions to dewaltt@uww.edu or (262) 472-1305.


Site: Denver Health Medical Center Internship in Clinical Psychology
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1173)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://denverhealth.org/ForProfessionals/ClinicalSpecialties/MentalHealth/PsychologyInternship.aspx
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Chris Sheldon - (303) 602-4834 - Chris.Sheldon@dhha.org
Submit applications to: Laura.Ohrt@dhha.org - 303-602-4829. Please cc: Chris.Sheldon@dhha.org
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, July 2, 2:50 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, August 4, 11:00 am Eastern Time (Positions filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

We are pleased to offer TWO additional intern training slots for the 2014-2015 training year due to receipt of a HRSA GPE training grant. These positions will emphasize assessment, intervention and consultation in integrated primary care settings with vulnerable and underserved age groups. One position will focus on adults and seniors with rotations in high risk primary care and in geriatric primary care. The other will focus on children and adolescents with rotations in pediatric primary care and in high risk pediatric primary care.

Applicants from APA accredited clinical or counseling psychology doctoral programs with a minimum of 750 face to face clinical hours, and with previous experience working in medical/integrated settings with adults and/or children and families (depending upon track) are encouraged to apply. See our website for additional information about our internship training program. Note, stipend support and benefits for these positions are limited by HRSA grant policies and may be different than those reflected on our website.

Interest candidates MUST submit: (1) A cover letter with a statement of interest in this internship; and (2) a current CV.

Applicants are encouraged to submit (3) A copy of the APPI or tables corresponding to the APPI Summary of Practicum Experience; Intervention Experience; and Psychological Assessment Experience; (4) 2 letters of recommendation (note, we will accept letters that were originally written for other locations if this facilitates timely submission of application, as long as the letters speak to the qualifications needed to succeed in our training environment); and (5) If APPIC application not included, a letter from the DCT including academic standing and a summary of applicant strengths, weaknesses, and readiness for internship. Applications will be reviewed as received and must be received by July 10th, 2014. Interview arrangements TBD. Start date for the internship is August 18th, 2014.


Site: Children's Hospital of Orange County
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1146)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.choc.org/psych_internship/index.cfm?id=P00261
TD Name and Contact Info: Heather Huszti, Ph.D., hhuszti@choc.org
Submit applications to: hhuszti@choc.org . - Submit Your APPI (including Cover Letter, Vita, Reference Contact Information, essays, Transcripts, 3 Letters of Reference) and a redacted integrated child assessment
Date/Time Added: Saturday, June 21, 6:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, August 4, 11:00 am Eastern Time (Position filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Children's Hospital of Orange County is pleased to announce new funding for an additional internship position. With the addition of this position, a new rotation in pediatric primary care is now available along with rotations in oncology, endocrinology and young child. Specialized training in motivational interviewing in the treatment of pediatric obesity will be offered. Applicants with interests in pediatric primary care are encouraged to apply. Applicants with interests in working with Latino populations are also encouraged to apply. Specialized training in Spanish is available for applicants who speak Spanish. More information about the internship program is available on the website listed above. Successful applicants will be enrolled in an APA accredited doctoral program in clinical, counseling or school psychology and have previous experience in working with children. Review of applications will start immediately and continue until the position is filled. Internship start date is August 25, 2014. In order to protect our pediatric patients, there is a screening process required prior to beginning the internship.


Site: Heart of America Psychology Training Consortium, Central Region – Family Psychological Center, PA
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1925)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://haptconline.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Adam Andreassen, PsyD - aandreassen@haptconline.org - 417-501-6277
Submit applications to: kdixon@haptconline.org
Date/Time Added: Thursday, July 10, 3:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, August 2, 3:30 pm Eastern Time (Position filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Heart of America Psychology Training Consortium has one vacancy available for the Family Psychological Center, PA, a private practice in Harrison, AR. This site provides outpatient services and contracts with the area schools for evaluations. The major experience at this site will be assessments within the area schools and interns will spend approximately five hours per week providing outpatient therapy. All applications and cover letters should be directed to Dr. Chuck Nichols, Training Director at Family Psychological Center.

Only applicants who meet the following requirements will be considered:

  • Comprehensive Examination successfully completed
  • Dissertation proposal approved by start of internship
  • Completion of a minimum of 1000 total practicum hours
  • Completion of 250 Intervention and Assessment hours
  • Completion of 100 Supervision hours
  • Must have completed three years of graduate training
  • Must be enrolled in an APA accredited clinical (preferred), counseling, or school psychology doctoral program.

To apply, please send your full AAPI with an example assessment report to the email address listed above.


Site: Carson Center for Adults and Families
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1340)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.carsoncenter.org/getinvolved/employment/internshipinprofes/
TD Name and Contact Info: David Arbeitman, Ph.D. - darbeitman@carsoncenter.org
Submit applications to: darbeitman@carsoncenter.org
Date/Time Added: Sunday, June 22, 11:45 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, June 23, 11:45 am Eastern Time (Corrected to include non-discrimination statement)
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, July 19, 11:50pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Opening in Internship in Professional Psychology Program in Adult Outpatient Services at the Carson Center for Adults and Families, a not-for-profit CMHC in Westfield, Massachusetts. This is a half-time (20 hours/week) two year internship beginning September 3, 2014. This opening is made possible by a recent Graduate Psychology Education Federal (HRSA) Grant. The stipend is $11,016 per year. The training model of the internship is practitioner-scholar with an emphasis on evidence-based practice and multiple roles. Interns are trained in and provide direct service to adults with serious mental illness, anxiety, mood, and trauma-related disorders, and co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Psychology Interns receive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, CBT and "Seeking Safety" for PTSD, Narrative Therapy, and Comprehensive Addiction Treatment. Direct services includes individual and group psychotherapy and assessment, including psychological testing with adults. Psych Interns are also trained in and gain experience in clinical supervision, consultation, and program evaluation. Applicants are required to have a Master’s Degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology (or a closely related field), 500 hours of psychotherapy experience and 100 hours of assessment experience, including experience with Exner-Rorschach. Candidates who have experience in community mental health, are license-eligible for the LMHC in Massachusetts, and are integrative in their theoretical orientation are preferred. If interested and meeting the stated requirements, e-mail cover letter and CV to David Arbeitman, Ph.D., Director of Training, at darbeitman@carsoncenter.org by June 30, 2014. Applicants who are selected will have phone interviews. The Carson Center for Human Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values diversity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, creed, or class.


Site: Nystrom & Associates, Ltd.
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2144)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://Nystromcounseling.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Heather Bodurtha - hbodurtha@nystromcounseling.com - 651-628-9566
Submit applications to: hbodurtha@nystromcounseling.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 24, 4:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, May 28, 12:30 am Eastern Time (no longer accepting applications)
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, July 15, 6:00 am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

PLEASE NOTE: APPLICATIONS ARE NO LONGER BEING ACCEPTED FOR THIS POSITION.

Nystrom & Associates, Ltd. is looking to fill one more remaining internship position for September 2014 through September 2015. The internship involves opportunities to complete psychological evaluations and participate in individual and possible group therapy with children, adolescents, and adults. For more detailed information, please visit our website or email Heather Bodurtha at hbodurtha@nystromcounseling.com. To apply for this position please send your CV or application materials to Heather Bodurtha at hbodurtha@nystromcounseling.com .


Site: Federal Medical Center, Carswell
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1743)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.bop.gov/jobs/psychology_intership.jsp (Description of Psychology Internships within the Bureau of Prisons)
http://www.bop.gov/jobs/docs/cpdipcrw2.pdf (Description of the Internship Program at the Federal Medical Center, Carswell)
TD Name and Contact Info: Ben Quick, Ph.D. - bquick@bop.gov - Phone: 817-782-4258
Submit applications to: bquick@bop.gov
Date/Time Added: Friday, June 6, 6:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, June 10, 12:30pm Eastern Time (Third Position Available)
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, July 15, 6:00 am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

PLEASE NOTE: AN ADDITIONAL POSITION HAS BEEN ADDED; THERE ARE NOW A TOTAL OF THREE POSITIONS AVAILABLE

The Federal Medical Center, Carswell is pleased to announce two additional internship positions for the 2014-2015 training year. The 12 month, full-time positions (40 hours per week) are available with a stipend of approximately $51,825 and begin on August 24, 2014.

The Federal Medical Center, Carswell serves as the only medical and psychiatric referral center for female inmates in the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Situated on the west side of Fort Worth, Texas, the institution is accessible only through the Naval Air Station Fort Worth, Joint Reserve Base. The institution initially consisted of a remodeled military hospital and adjacent officer’s quarters, but has grown over the years and now has in excess of 1,800 female federal inmates.

The goal of the internship program is to train entry-level professional psychologists who also function competently in the correctional environment. At the most fundamental level, the internship experience is intended to provide broad and general preparation, enabling doctoral candidates to make the transition from student to professional practitioners of psychology. Interns will receive generalist training experience in triage services, individual/group therapy, psychological assessment, crisis intervention, and brief counseling. Interns will also be able to receive training in two of the following specialization areas: residential substance abuse treatment with dually diagnosed English-speaking patients and/or Spanish-only speaking patients, forensic assessment, treatment of the severely mentally ill, health psychology/behavioral medicine, sex offender treatment, and outpatient treatment with patients with a trauma history. Interns are also encouraged to gain experience one day a week for three to six months with male inmates at the Federal Correctional Institution Fort Worth or Federal Correctional Institution Seagoville.

Applicants must be enrolled in a Clinical or Counseling Psychology doctoral program, preferably at an APA-accredited program. Applicants must be certified by the academic program as being ready for internship and possess strong clinical skills. Treatment experience working in a correctional, hospital, and/or substance abuse treatment setting, and working with diverse populations is preferred.

Applicants should send a cover letter and vita via email to Ben Quick, Ph.D., Director of Clinical Training, at bquick@bop.gov.


Site: Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology (NICPP) - Psychology Department, Munroe – Meyer Institute (MMI), University of Nebraska Medical Center
Accreditation: YES - APA Accredited
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1416)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://cehs.unl.edu/nicpp/
TD Name and Contact Info: Keith D. Allen, PhD, BCBA-D
Submit applications to: Submit a cover letter and a vita to: Joseph H Evans, PhD, Director of Psychology, Munroe-Meyer Institute, University of Nebraska Medical Center at jevans@unmc.edu (Applicants may be requested to submit additional information later.)
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, April 23, 2:30am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, July 12, 5:15 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

The Munroe Meyer Institute (MMI) at the University of Nebraska Medical Center is a member of the Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology (NICPP), one of the largest internship Consortium sites in the country. The Psychology program at MMI has established a total of 19 rural and 13 urban integrated behavioral health primary care clinics which emphasize behavioral services to children, adolescents, and families. MMI recently received a” late legislative allocation” for five additional interns for the 2014 – 15 academic year. The MMI Psychology Department emphasizes training in primary care integrated behavioral health. New internship funding is designated to enhance the existing MMI Psychology training program by adding positions in rural Nebraska. Interns receive supervised training in a Pediatric or Family Medicine physician’s office and through the University Medical Center.

Applicants for these five additional internship positions at the Munroe Meyer Institute should have an interest in rural integrated behavioral health care practice. Interns will be expected to reside in rural areas in or around Chadron, Columbus, Nebraska City, Hastings, or Norfolk, Nebraska - towns with populations ranging from 6000 to 25,000. Preference will be given to individuals with rural interests and/or backgrounds.

Traineeships begin on July 1, 2014, through June 30, 2015. Opportunities for Post – doctoral Fellowships are also available for graduates. Stipend support is $21,777 for the year. Interns are expected to participate in interdisciplinary educational experiences and in research being conducted by MMI faculty members. Monthly Consortium meetings are conducted across the seven sites of the NICPP with required attendance in – person or through interactive televised participation. Interns receive two weeks of vacation, six state holidays, and release time for dissertation completion, graduation or interviewing.

For more information about the Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology, go to:http://cehs.unl.edu/nicpp/sites/consortium_sites.shtml For more information about the Munroe Meyer Institute Department of Psychology, go to: http://www.unmc.edu/mmi/


Site: Federal Correctional Institution / Federal Detention Center - Tallahassee, FL
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1222)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.bop.gov
TD Name and Contact Info: Hunter McIntyre, Ph.D. - 850-878-2173 ext 1298 - bmcintyre@bop.gov
Submit applications to: bmcintyre@bop.gov
Date/Time Added: Friday, June 6, 6:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, July 12, 5:15 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Internship position announcement at an APA Accredited Bureau of Prisons Institution in Tallahassee, FL.


Site: Bureau of Prisons/ Federal Medical Center, Lexington, KY - Doctoral Psychology Internship Program
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1311)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.bop.gov/jobs/docs/cpdiplex.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Adu Boateng, Ph.D., L.P. - aboateng@bop.gov - 859.255.6812 x 5660
Submit applications to: Submit cover letter and vita via email attachment to : Adu Boateng, Ph.D., Internship Program Coordinator, FMC Lexington, KY aboateng@bop.gov
Date/Time Added: Friday, June 6, 6:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, June 9, 10:00 am Eastern Time (Application Deadline added)
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, July 12, 5:15pm Eastern Time (Position filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED.

PLEASE NOTE: THE DEADLINE FOR APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION IS FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 2014 AT 8:00PM EASTERN TIME.

The FMC Lexington, KY (BOP) has one full-time internship position available for the 2014-2015 internship year. This 2000 hour year long position begins on July 28, 2014 and is for 40 hour per week and carries GS-9 step 1 salary of $49,029. Applicants must be enrolled in an APA accredited Counseling or Clinical Psychology doctoral program. Preference will be given to candidates who have prospected or proposed their dissertation research and have clinical experience working with correctional or inpatient settings. All applicants will be asked to provide official transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate work, an official verification of internship eligibility from the training director, three professional letters of recommendation, and documented clinical hours. This requirement will be satisfied for interns who have an APPI available which can be forwarded electronically to Dr. Boateng.

Any offer of employment is contingent upon successful completion of a Federal background investigation. For additional information pertaining to the Bureau of Prisons psychology internships go to: http://www.bop.gov/jobs/psychology_intership.jsp. For specific information pertaining to the FMC Lexington internship visit: http://www.bop.gov/jobs/docs/cpdiplex.pdf. Please forward application materials or questions you may have to Dr. Adu Boateng at aboateng@bop.gov


Site: Waterloo Region Psychology Consortium (WRPC)
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Website: http://www.lutherwood.ca/institute/educational-opportunities/predoctoral-residency-psychology
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Pam Beharry, C. Psych. – pbeharry@lutherwood.ca; 519-884-1666, ext. 1124
Submit applications to: pbeharry@lutherwood.ca
Date/Time Added: Friday, March 28, 12:45 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, May 24, 12:10am Eastern Time (Still Accepting Applications)
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, July 12, 5:15pm Eastern Time (Positions withdrawn)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS PROGRAM HAS WITHDRAWN THESE POSITIONS.

PLEASE NOTE: Because the government-required process for employing non-Canadian applicants is quite labor intensive, this invitation is open only to Canadian citizens.

After Phase II of APPIC’s matching service, the Waterloo Region Predoctoral Residency in Psychology Consortium (WRPC) has two remaining positions, one in the Adult Track, and one in the Child/ Adolescent Track. Our Adult Track offers rotations in a university clinic that serves adults, children and families from the surrounding community, and a clinic that provides assessment and therapy service for members of the university community.Our Child/Adolescent Track offers rotations in a local school board, and in a children’s mental health facility that provides a wide range of residential, day treatment, and community based services. This past year, 2013 – 2014, has been the first year of operation for the WRPC, and we have had (are part way through) a very successful year with our first group of residents. The website above provides a link to our information brochure.

We would like to invite applications from any individuals who may be a good fit for our programme. I welcome you to have a look at our website and our brochure, and please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.

If you wish to submit an application, please follow guidelines outlined by APPIC’s post match vacancy service. Your application will be acknowledged, and we will correspond about follow-up steps to take.


Site: Oregon Health & Science University-University Center for Excellence on Developmental Disability
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1525)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/education/residencies-fellowships/leadership-education-neurodevelopmental-related-disabilities/fellowships/lend-psychology-fellowship-program/training-opportunities/pre-doctoral-internship/index.cfm
TD Name and Contact Info: Kurt A. Freeman, PhD, ABPP (freemaku@ohsu.edu)
Submit applications to: freemaku@ohsu.edu
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, June 25, 1:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, July 11, 3:00 am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Doctoral Internship In Developmental Disabilities and Pediatric Psychology

We are pleased to offer TWO additional intern training slots for the 2014-2015 training year due to receipt of a HRSA GPE training grant. These positions will emphasize assessment, intervention, consultation and research focused on children with special health needs broadly defined (i.e., those with traditionally defined disabilities such as intellectual disability and ASD to those with chronic health conditions) all within a multi- and interdisciplinary pediatric environment. Specific details to be finalized.

More information about our internship training program can be found by clicking here. Note, certain adjustments (e.g., increase in stipend) are not currently reflected on this webpage. Start date is 8/1/2014; the possibility of negotiating a slightly later start date exists.

We are interested in applicants from APA accredited clinical, counseling, or school psychology doctoral programs. The successful candidate must have previous experience working with children and families, including both assessment and intervention. Experience with children with special health care needs and hospital-based training is preferred but not required.

Interest candidates MUST submit: (1) A cover letter stating their interests in this internship, and (2) A copy of their CV.

If available, applicants are also encouraged to submit: (1) A copy of their APPI, and/or (2) 3 letters of recommendation (note, we will accept letters that were originally written for other locations if this facilitates timely submission of application, as long as the letters speak the qualifications needed to succeed in our training environment).

Application materials will be reviewed as they are received and review will continue until the positions are filled. Interviews will be arranged via Skype or other videoconferencing technology. Please submit applications electronically to Kurt A. Freeman, PhD, ABPP (Director of Training) at freemaku@ohsu.edu. Please direct all questions to Dr. Freeman (via email is preferred).


Site: University of Delaware’s Center for Counseling and Student Development
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1196)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.udel.edu/Counseling/predocintern.html
TD Name and Contact Info: Brad Wolgast, PhD, CBSM, 302-831-2141, bradw@udel.edu
Submit applications to: bradw@udel.edu - Submit Your APPI (including Cover Letter, Vita, Reference Contact Information, Transcripts, 3 Letters of Reference)
Date/Time Added: Friday, June 20, 11:45 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, July 10, 3:00 am Eastern Time (Position Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The University of Delaware’s Center for Counseling and Student Development has a position available for psychology internship in the academic year 2014-2015. Interested applicants should direct application materials to Dr. Wolgast’s email address. Submitting your APPI is preferable with an email “cover letter” explaining why this would be a good fit and experience for your training. Application review will begin on 6/27, with interviews to be scheduled in July. Applications received after 6/27 will be considered.


Site: Bowling Green State University Counseling Center
Accreditation: YES - APA
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1922)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.bgsu.edu/counseling-center/doctoral-internship.html
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Denise Litterer, 419-372-2081, denisel@bgsu.edu
Submit applications to: Submit Cover Letter, Vita, Reference Contact Information, Transcripts, 3 Letters of Reference, and AAPI (submitted under "other" section) to https://bgsu.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=3902&job=pre-doctoral-psychology-intern
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, May 27, 11:30 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, July 4, 11:50am Eastern Time (Position Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

For a complete description of the internship program, please go to the following website: http://www.bgsu.edu/counseling-center/doctoral-internship.html


Site: River Valley Health Fredericton Internship in Clinical Psychology
Accreditation: YES (CPA - Canadian Psychological Association)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1851)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.horizonNB.ca
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Rebecca Mills, 506-452-5227, Dr.rebecca.mills@HorizonNB.ca
Submit applications to: Dr.rebecca.mills@HorizonNB.ca
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, June 25, 1:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, June 28, 10:30pm Eastern Time (Position Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Our internship program has a vacancy for our 1800 hour internship program, start date September 2nd. We will prioritize Canadian citizens who are enrolled in clinical doctoral accredited programs. We are an adult-focused generalist programs with possible rotations in mental health/psychiatry, operational stress injuries, neuro-rehabilitation and neuropsychology, and health psychology (e.g., cardiac rehab, oncology, general medical). We have opportunities for research and professional/educational experiences. Fredericton is a lovely small city in Atlantic Canada. Possible candidates are asked to contact the Training Director by email immediately. She can send you the most recent brochure PDF if interested.


Site: North Kent Guidance Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Website: http://www.nkgs.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Chris Ehle, Psy.D., LP - cehle@nkgs.com - (616) 361-5001
Submit applications to: cehle@nkgs.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 24, 11:55 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, June 17, 8:00pm Eastern Time (Position Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

North Kent Guidance Services is pleased to offer one 1-year, 2000-hour internship to begin during Summer 2014. Please note that we are still unable to provide a stipend at this time.

Areas of training include individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, psychological testing, consultation, on-call crisis rotation, and outreach. Supervisors are fully licensed psychologists with a variety of theoretical orientations and training backgrounds.

Intern applicants should have completed a minimum of three years of graduate training. Applicants are also expected to have completed basic required academic coursework, successfully passed their doctoral comprehensive or qualifying examinations and have the endorsement of their graduate program Director of Training.

To apply, please e-mail a copy of your AAPI Online application (which should include a Curriculum Vita and transcripts), 3 letters of recommendation, and a letter of interest to cehle@nkgs.com. Application review will begin immediately and applications will be accepted until the position is filled.


Site: Natalis Counseling and Psychology Solutions
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2185)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://Natalispsychology.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Jonathan Hoistad Ph.D LP
Submit applications to: ann@natalispsychology.com
Date/Time Added: Thursday, April 10, 2:30 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, June 17, 8:00pm Eastern Time (Position Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Natalis Counseling and Psychology Solutions located in St. Paul MN has a vacancy for the 2014-2015 internship year. The internship offers opportunities in individual, group, family therapy, with an emphasis in psychological evaluations. For more information please contact Ann Becher-Ingwalson at ann@natalispsychology.com .


Site: Girard Medical Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
TD Name and Contact Info: Marijo Lucas, PhD- mlucas@nphs.com
Submit applications to: mlucas@nphs.com
Date/Time Added: Saturday, June 7, 2:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, June 16, 3:30am Eastern Time (Position Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Girard Medical Center of North Philadelphia Health System is a comprehensive, private behavioral health hospital that provides psychiatric and addictions services in lower north Philadelphia. Predoctoral Interns are based out of the Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic, and provide a range of clinical services including individual therapy, group therapy, and psychological testing in the outpatient clinic, 2 inpatient psychiatric units, and 7 residential addictions programs. The residential addictions units include programs for women, chronically homeless men, Latino men, forensic populations, and chronic and pervasive mental illness and co-occurring substance abuse or dependency. Outpatient Clinic staff participate in the therapeutic community and interdisciplinary teams throughout the hospital.

We are accepting applications for 1 position. The Training Year Start Date is 7/1/14 and Stipend is $18,000. Please e-mail a CV and Cover Letter to mlucas@nphs.com, and be prepared to forward a copy of your APPIC application, transcripts and letters of recommendation upon request. Any offer of employment is contingent upon an applicant satisfying eligibility requirements, including background check (state and FBI), and drug and health screenings.

Please feel free to direct questions to Dr. Lucas at mlucas@nphs.com.


Site: Rappahannock Area Community Services Board
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1762)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: Link to RACSB: http://www.racsb.state.va.us/ - Link to Internship brochure: http://www.racsb.state.va.us/Alerts/2013/Intern_brochure_2014-2015.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Jessica Espinoza, PsyD - 540-940-2343 - jespinoza@racsb.state.va.us
Submit applications to: jespinoza@racsb.state.va.us
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, May 27, 11:30 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, May 28, 12:30 am Eastern Time (significant change to announcement)
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, June 10, 12:30pm Eastern Time (Position Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

PLEASE NOTE: THERE HAS BEEN A CHANGE IN THE SITE FOR THIS POSITION.

The Rappahannock Area Community Services Board (RACSB) located in Fredericksburg, VA (approximately 50 miles south of Washington, DC) has one fulltime internship position available for the 2014- 2015 academic year. The 12 month, full time position (40 hours per week, 2,000 hour Internship) is available with a stipend of $20,800. The internship year starts on June 23, 2014; no exceptions in regards to the internship start date.

RACSB is a community mental health agency offering services for those with mental health, intellectual disabilities, and substance abuse problems. RACSB is a member of APPIC, but is not APA Accredited.

Applicants must be enrolled in a Counseling or Clinical Psychology doctoral program and have been awarded a Master’s Degree by the start of internship. Applicants must be certified by the academic program as being ready for internship and possess strong clinical and assessment skills and experience handling crisis situations.

The Pre-Doctoral Intern will have the opportunity to provide individual, couples, and group counseling, as well psychological assessment, crisis intervention, and outreach activities. RACSB will provide 2 hours of weekly individual supervision, 2 hours a week of group supervision, and 2 hours a week of didactic trainings. The Intern will be split between 2 outpatient clinics (King George clinic and Stafford clinic; addresses to these locations are on our website). Both clinics have a licensed psychologist on site. There are secondary places with the Office on Youth, conducting substance abuse assessments and facilitation of a substance abuse education group for adolescents adjudicated with a substance abuse legal charge, and with the counseling center with the University of Mary Washington. The intern must have a reliable car due to the travel time. Mileage is reimbursed at $0.56 a mile. There is also a possibility for training in forensic assessment, but this is still to be determined.

The Pre-Doctoral Intern will have the opportunity to provide individual, couples, and group counseling, as well psychological assessment, crisis intervention, and outreach activities. RACSB will provide 2 hours of weekly individual supervision, 2 hours a week of group supervision, and 2 hours a week of didactic trainings. The Intern will be placed primarily at the Spotsylvania clinic; the address to this location is on our website. There are secondary places with the Emergency Services Program conducting crisis intervention, the Office on Youth, conducting substance abuse assessments and facilitation of a substance abuse education group for adolescents adjudicated with a substance abuse legal charge, and with the counseling center with the University of Mary Washington. The intern must have a reliable car due to the travel time. Mileage is reimbursed at $0.56 a mile. There is also a possibility for training in forensic assessment, but this is still to be determined.

Acceptance is contingent upon passing a background check and a drug urine screen, which are conducted on the first day of orientation. Please email a copy of your AAPI, a cover letter, your current CV, three letters of recommendation, one psychological test report sample with PHI redacted, and verification of eligibility for internship to the RACSB Internship Training Director, Jessica Espinoza, PsyD, at jespinoza@racsb.state.va.us / Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please feel free to direct any questions to jespinoza@racsb.state.va.us or (540) 940-2343.


Site: Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1962)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.lakeviewsystem.com
TD Name and Contact Info: James Taylor, Ph.D. - jtaylor@lakeview.ws
Submit applications to: jtaylor@lakeview.ws
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 25, 1:40 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, June 6, 6:00 am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center in Effingham, NH has an internship opening for the 2014-2015 internship year. The position involves neuropsychological evaluations and counseling for adults in a residential program and surrounding group homes, as well as providing those services to an outpatient population. The successful candidate will have academic and hands-on clinical experience in both of these areas.


Site: Derner Institute Internship Consortium
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2224)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://derner.adelphi.edu/psychology/doctoral-program/practicum-training/internship-training
TD Name and Contact Info: Jonathan Jackson, Ph.D. - jackson2@adelphi.edu
Submit applications to: jackson2@adelphi.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 24, 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, May 24, 12:10am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Derner Institute Internship Consortium is accepting applications for one unfilled position. The Intern will split time equally between The Village Institute and the William Alanson White Institute, both located in New York City.

Please send a cover letter, your CV including your supervised externship training, the Autobiographical Statement from your APPI, a psychotherapy case summary (five pages maximum), and the name and contact information for your Program's Director of Clinical Training.


Site: Keene State College Counseling Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Website: http://www.keene.edu/counseling/predoc.cfm
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Brian Quigley - (603)358-2437 - bquigley1@keene.edu
Submit applications to: bquigley1@keene.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 24, 2:55 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 3, 11:45 pm Eastern Time (No longer accepting applications)
Date/Time Updated: Friday, May 24, 12:10am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

We invite applicants interested in intensive training year working in a busy, innovative, team-oriented, extraordinarily supportive, exciting, and fun internship site. Although not currently accredited and not applying for any accreditation at the present time, our high-quality, Predoctoral Training Program’s training elements, goals, and objectives are consistent with APA standards, as well as New Hampshire state licensure requirements, and is founded upon the belief that the training of emerging psychologists is one of the most important and valued activities that can be performed. As a result, the program invests a great deal of time and energy ensuring that interns are provided with the highest quality training and supervision possible. To make the process more streamlined during this stressful time, we are requesting applicants to submit only a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three professional references.


Site: Frostburg State University Counseling & Psychological Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Website: http://www.fsucapsinternship.weebly.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Kevin R. Simonson, Psy.D. - krsimonson@frostburg.edu - (301) 687-4234
Submit applications to: krsimonson@frostburg.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 24, 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, May 23, 9:30am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Frostburg State University Counseling & Psychological Services is pleased to offer two one-year, 2000-hour internships to begin August 2014. These positions would include a salary of $14,500 with limited benefits, and the option of on-campus housing.

Areas of training include individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, psychological testing, crisis intervention, consultation, on-call crisis rotation, and outreach. Weekly didactic training seminars will be offered on a broad range of topics such as multicultural issues in counseling, working with couples, dialectical behavior therapy, evidence-based treatments, psychological testing and interpretation, supervision theory and practice, and legal and ethical issues for psychologists. Supervisors are licensed psychologists with a variety of theoretical orientations and training backgrounds.

Intern applicants should have completed a minimum of three years of graduate training. Applicants are also expected to have completed basic required academic coursework, successfully passed their doctoral comprehensive or qualifying examinations and have the endorsement of their graduate programDirector of Training.

The FSU internship does not have APA accreditation. Although we are currently a non-member with APPIC due to this being a new training program, we plan to apply for membership in Summer 2014. If membership is granted, it will apply to our 2014-2015 cohort. Please note that membership is not guaranteed.

To apply, please e-mail a copy of your AAPI Online application (which should include a Curriculum Vita and transcripts) and a letter of interest to krsimonson@frostburg.edu. Application review will begin on April 3, 2014, and applications will be accepted until the position is filled.


Site: Comprehensive Outpatient Recovery, Treatment & Evaluation (CORTE)
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Website: http://www.corteprogram.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Rebecca Parnell, Psy.D. - rebeccacorte@att.net - (561) 279-9295
Submit applications to: rebeccacorte@att.net
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, April 15, 1:45 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, May 23, 9:30am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Comprehensive Outpatient Recovery, Treatment & Evaluation (CORTE) is pleased to announce two vacancies for the 2014-2015 internship year. CORTE is a community-based agency that serves individuals involved with the Department of Corrections (DOC) and Department of Children and Families (DCF). Our agency maintains the mental health contract with DOC for all of Palm Beach County and thus we provide a variety of therapeutic services and evaluations/assessments for individuals on probation. Additionally, CORTE houses one of the largest sex offender specific treatment programs in Palm Beach County and is one of the forefront providers of Batterers Intervention Program. The internship offers opportunities to work with a forensic population in individual therapy, couples therapy, family therapy as well as group therapy. Interns will also provide psychological evaluations, parental fitness evaluations and substance abuse evaluations to individuals involved with the Department of Children and Families.

The goal of the CORTE predoctoral internship program is to provide a robust clinical training opportunity for future psychologists in the field of forensic psychology. The experience gained at CORTE will prepare interns for the psycholegal nature of forensic practice as well as to provide specialized training opportunities in areas such as sex offender specific treatment, court testimony and evaluations and/or Batterers Intervention. Interns who complete the program will have refined diagnostic and clinical skills in working with highly resistant populations diagnosed with major mental illness and personality pathology and comfortability in navigating court-ordered psychological services.

Applicants should send a cover letter, copy of AAPI, vitae and a sample psychological evaluation via email to Rebecca Parnell, Psy.D., Training Director, at rebeccacorte@att.net. Our site intends to apply for APPIC membership in September of 2014; however, there is no guarantee that our application for membership will ultimately be successful.


Site: NC State University Counseling Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Website: http://healthcenter.ncsu.edu/counseling-center/training-opportunities/predoctoral-internship-psychology/
TD Name and Contact Info: Richard Tyler, PhD - retyler@ncsu.edu
Submit applications to: See instructions below
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 24, 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, May 22, 11:45pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Two 12 month – full time positions (40 hours per week, 2000 hour Internship) assisting in all areas of Counseling Center functioning. NC State University Counseling Center has been committed to providing robust training opportunities for many years. We are excited to be expanding out training program further by recruiting our first cohort of Pre-Doctoral Psychology Interns. Since this is the first year we will be offering Pre-Doctoral Psychology Internships, we are not currently members of APPIC and are not APA Accredited. We will begin this process this year however; our accreditation will not be complete during this first cohort. This means that we will participate in recruitment as a non-member during the match process for this year. Applicants must be enrolled in a Counseling or Clinical Psychology doctoral program at an APA- or CPA-accredited university. Applicants must be certified by the academic program as being ready for an internship. Applicants must have strong clinical skills and experience handling crisis situations are needed. Experience in a university CC and working w/ diverse populations desirable. Experience and strong interest in providing outreach presentations and group work preferred. Some after-hours on-call may be required. Our services are primarily short-term in nature and we make referrals to other helping professionals and community agencies as appropriate.

The Pre-Doctoral internship is for a full calendar year (July through June) and interns must be able to commit to full-time work during the training program. Focus of time will be on direct service with clients. The Counseling Center will provide weekly: 2 hours individual supervision, 1 hour of case consultation, 1 hour of group supervision, and ongoing training seminars. Our 2000-hour internship program is designed to provide a bridge between the pre-intern level of graduate training and entry-level positions in professional psychology. It is also a time to expand and deepen basic professional skills and move toward establishing an integrated professional identity. With supervision provided by licensed professionals from the field of psychology and related disciplines, the integration of an intern’s personal and professional growth is a major focus of the program. Interns will be able to interact with a multidisciplinary staff as well as other trainees.

Our University HR department requires all applicants to fill out the University’s Application form which asks for basic demographic information. Please note that APPIC has granted a waiver to its “Supplemental Materials Policy” that permits us to ask you to complete it. The University’s application form should be completed online. At the end of the application you will be given the opportunity to upload your AAPI Application and a Cover Letter. To begin the Application go to: jobs.ncsu.edu, click on Search Vacancies, and enter Position #00103829 (http://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/33711). Please feel free to direct any questions to retyler@ncsu.edu.


Site: Pacific Psychology Clinics at the School of Professional Psychology, Pacific University
Accreditation: YES - APA-Accredited
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1526)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.pacificu.edu/spp/clinic/internship.cfm
TD Name and Contact Info: Cathy Moonshine, PhD, MSCP, MAC, CADC III - drmoonshine@pacificu.edu - 503-750-2571
Submit applications to: drmoonshine@pacificu.edu
Date/Time Added: Thursday, April 3, 3:30am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, May 22, 11:45pm Eastern Time (Position Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Pacific Psychology Clinics (PPCs) are adding a fourth intern slot for the training year 14/15.The PPCs are located in Portland and Hillsboro, Oregon. The PPCs are part of the School of Professional Psychology at Pacific University. The PPCs are outpatient community clinics that serves clients with a wide variety of mild to moderate mental health problems across the lifespan from children to older adults. In addition to the four interns, the clinical services are provided by our practicum I students. We also have bilingual/bicultural post-doctoral resident.

Our internship program has the following emphases:

  • Intervention
  • Assessment
  • Interprofessional Collaboration
  • Supervision & Consultation
  • Networking & Marketing
  • Diversity
  • Ethics & Professionalism

Applicants must be from an APA accredited clinical or counseling psychology program. We require intern applicants to have completed most academic requirements including passing clinical competency exams and dissertation proposal. Readiness for internship endorsement from their Director of Clinical Training must be included in application materials. We expect at least 3 years of doctoral supervised clinical training experience resulting in a minimum of 400 intervention hours and 100 assessment hours. Our ideal interns are looking for multifaceted training experience. They are able to work independently while being collaborative. They are organized, flexible and curious. They are hardworking and engage in effective self-care strategies.

Out internship begins August 4, 2014 and continues until August 14, 2015. Our interns work approximately 50 hours per week including one Saturday a month. This is necessary to achieve at least 2000 hours in the training year, given the clinic is closed for most University breaks and major holidays.This annual stipend for this position has increased to $25,000 and includes full medical and dental benefits (additional coverage may be obtained for other family members at your expense). An additional benefit of working at the PPCs is approximately 20 days of vacation while the clinic is closed, plus major holidays. There is release time for dissertation completion/defense, graduation and interviewing for your next position. Interns are allotted $250 for professional development to attend a conference, training, or buy professional materials. Parking is provided in both locations and interns can buy an annual pass for our public transit system at a significantly discounted rate.

For more information please review our brochure at: http://www.pacificu.edu/spp/clinic/internship.cfm


Site: Manatee Glens Consortium
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1967)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.manateeglens.org and http://neuropsychologyfl.com/
TD Name and Contact Info: Robert Boxley, Ph.D. – 941-782-4131 – robert.boxley@manateeglens.org
Submit applications to: Please see information below
Date/Time Added: Monday, April 7, 2:30am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, May 22, 11:45pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Manatee Glens Consortium is pleased to announce two new assessment positions for the 2014-2015 internship year:

Neuropsychological Assessment Internship- provides neuropsychological assessment to children, adolescents, adults and geriatrics presenting with psychological, neuropsychological and medical conditions. Adult conditions include traumatic brain injury, stroke, seizure disorder, depression, anxiety and other mood/affective conditions. Childhood conditions include traumatic brain injury, autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, learning disorders, depression, anxiety and other mood/behavioral disorders. The intern will also provide cognitive rehabilitation services to remediate cognitive deficits and protect against future decline. Submit Applications to: DrHenley@neuropsychologyfl.com

General Assessment Internship- provides comprehensive psychological assessment to children, adolescents and adults for diagnostic clarity and treatment planning. Assessments may include referrals from psychiatrists, therapists, other medical professionals, schools, parents, attorneys or community agencies. The intern may offer testing in both outpatient and inpatient settings. Submit Applications to: robert.boxley@manateeglens.org

For each position we are seeking a candidate with a strong assessment skills. Applicants should send a Cover Letter, Vita and psychological test sample via email only. For the general assessment internship, please include a child assessment. The application deadline is ongoing until the vacancy is filled.


Site: Comprehensive Outpatient Services, Inc.
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1958)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.freewebs.com/trainingatStoneybrook
TD Name and Contact Info: Meredith Kassoy, Ph.D. - (978) 275 9444 - meredith.kassoy@gmail.com
Submit applications to: meredith.kassoy@gmail.com
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 25, 1:40 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, May 12, 6:30 am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Comprehensive Outpatient Services, Inc. has three vacant positions open at Stoney Brook Counseling Center. We are an outpatient mental health clinic in the Boston area that takes medicaid and serves a diverse community population. We work with clients of all ages, with a wide range of diagnoses. All interns see both adults and children. We seek applicants with extensive psychotherapy experience. Please email resumes and cover letter to apply.


Site: Hamilton Health Sciences Clinical Child Psychology – Autism Track
Accreditation: YES - CPA-Accredited (Canadian Psychological Association)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1830)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.hamiltonhealthsciences.ca/body.cfm?id=640
TD Name and Contact Info: Paulo Pires, Ph.D., C.Psych. - pires@hhsc.ca - (905) 521-2100 ext 74245
Submit applications to: pires@hhsc.ca
Date/Time Added: Thursday, April 3, 3:30am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, May 2, 6:30 am Eastern Time (Position Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Autism track position is based on is one three clinical child internship positions. Interns receive experience in child and youth mental health and autism intervention as primary rotations. Ideal candidates for this internship position have strong background in child psychology and experience with the Autism Spectrum Disorder population. See brochure for more details.


Site: Indiana University/Purdue University—Indianapolis - Counseling and Psychological Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1978)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://studentaffairs.iupui.edu/health-wellness/counseling-psychology/clinical-training/internships.shtml
TD Name and Contact Info: Ciara Lewis, PsyD, HSPP - (317) 274-2548 - lewis56@iupui.edu
Submit applications to: lewis56@iupui.edu
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 26, 12:10 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, April 15, 1:45 am Eastern Time (Position Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

IUPUI CAPS is seeking to fill one post-match vacancy. Individuals from APA-accredited programs with prior experience in a University Counseling Center or Community Mental Health Center are invited to apply. CAPS provides individual, group, and relationship counseling for a wide range of presenting concerns. Psychological testing services are available for assessment of attention deficit and learning disorders. CAPS also offers workshops and informational presentations for students, faculty, and staff on a variety of topics. Please see our website for additional information regarding training opportunities and placement requirements.


Site: Woodland Centers, Inc.
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Amanda Adams-Mock - aadams@woodlandcenters.org
Submit applications to: aadams@woodlandcenters.org
Date/Time Added: Friday, March 28, 12:45 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, April 7, 2:30 am Eastern Time (No longer accepting applications)
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, April 15, 1:45 am Eastern Time (Position Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Woodland Centers, Inc. has one vacant position for 2014-2015. The prospective intern will complete rotations at Woodland Centers, Inc. and Marshall University School of Medicine and will be exposed to a variety of treatment modalities, settings, and populations. Applicants will be considered if they have a terminal Master’s degree in Psychology and experience in both assessment and psychotherapy. Preference will be given to applicants with experience/interest in integrated care. Individuals interested in applying for the position should submit a cover letter, copy of their APPI (including Curriculum Vitae), and three letters of recommendation to aadams@woodlandcenters.org. The position offers a competitive stipend and benefits. Applications will be accepted immediately and reviewed until the position is filled.


Site: Visiting Mental Health
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2235)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.visitingmentalhealth.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Ann Monis - drann@visitingmentalhealth.com
Submit applications to: drann@visitingmentalhealth.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 24, 11:25 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 10, 2:30 am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Visiting Mental Health (VMH) is a private psychotherapy firm that conducts Individual and Group Psychotherapy in Skilled Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities and Independent Living Facilities. We also evaluate patients requiring partial hospitalization, overall placement, Baker Acts, and provide comprehensive after-care counseling programs. At VMH, we believe that alleviating symptoms as quickly as possible is of paramount importance and our goal-oriented approach reflects this belief. Since its inception (25 years ago), the firm has merged with Dr. Ann Monis, P.A. and has now grown to include Psychological, Psycho-educational, Forensic, and Neuropsychological Assessment Services. VMH therapists and staff service patients throughout the State of Florida. We pride ourselves on having positive long-standing relationships with our clients and we can honestly say that our VMH family is committed to theirs!

The Visiting Mental Health Internship program is a division of a privately owned psychotherapy firm in sunny South Florida. The program goal is to pair interns with qualified mentors who will promote professional, meaningful, first-hand experience and knowledge in the field of psychological services. Interns will be able to provide compassionate care with people of all ages, races, ethnicities, faiths, genders, sexual orientation, socioeconomic backgrounds and physical abilities with diagnoses ranging from anxiety and depression to paranoid schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Interns will also have ample opportunity for testing including, but not limited to forensic assessment, forensic evaluations, court-ordered work, court appearances, and neuropsychological assessment.

VMH proudly collaborates with Dr. Ann Monis, P.A., the Dept. of Children and Families, ChildNet, and the Charlee Program to help Foster Care children, Human Trafficking Victims, and families in need. We offer weekly didactics/trainings, group supervision, and one on one individual supervision that we cater to your personal goals and needs. Benefits include 5 vacation Days, 5 personal/sick days, and an annual stipend. Post-Doc positions are also offered (we currently employ 2 post doctoral residents). For inquiries, please contact drann@visitingmentalhealth.com or visit our websites: www.visitingmentalhealth.com


Site: Kentucky River Community Care Pre-doctoral Psychology Internship Program
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2183)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.krcccares.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Brenda Hughes, Ph.D. , brenda.hughes@krccnet.com (606-436-5761, ext. 1925)
Submit applications to: brooke.sparkman@krccnet.com
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 25, 1:40 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 10, 2:30 am Eastern Time (Position Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Kentucky River has one pre-doctoral intern position available for 2014-15. Applicants will be considered who 1)have a terminal Master’s degree in psychology from an accredited regional university, as interns are expected to become credentialed in Kentucky as “Licensed Psychological Associates, 2) have successfully proposed their dissertation, and 3) have experience in both psychotherapy and integrated report writing. Preference will be given to those applicants who have an interest in practicing psychology in a rural area, prefer working in a community mental health center and are looking for a “generalist” internship experience with an emphasis on providing trauma-informed-care. Preferably, the applicant’s doctoral program will be APA accredited. Further information concerning specific rotations and financial assistance can be found on the website of Kentucky River Community Care by clicking on “special programs”.


Site: Immaculata University Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2036)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.immaculata.edu/iupic
TD Name and Contact Info: Daniel Gordon, PhD, dmgordon@camden.rutgers.edu
Submit applications to: Dr. Pam Abraham at pabraham@immaculata.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 24, 4:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 3, 3:30 am Eastern Time (Position Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Immaculata University Psychology Internship Consortium is accepting applications for one unfilled full-time position at Rost Associates in York, PA. Rost & Associates is a large community practice which serves, south central PA, MD, and Washington, DC. Areas of training include individual, group, couples and family therapy (with children, adolescents, adults and older adults), supervision & consultation, assessment, community outreach and didactics. For further information, please see the site description found in the Brochure on the website. Diverse applicants are encouraged to apply.

The Consortium is not APA accredited. However, we are in the process of submitting our self-study for fall 2014. Please note APA accreditation is not guaranteed.


Site: Southwest Louisiana Pre-doctoral Internship Consortium
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2243)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://swlainternship.webs.com/
TD Name and Contact Info: Lawrence Dilks, PhD - 337.431.7194
Submit applications to: swlainternship@gmail.com
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 27, 1:25 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, April 1, 12:15 pm Eastern Time (Position Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Southwest Louisiana Pre-doctoral Internship Consortium has received funding for one additional position for the 2014 - 2015 internship year only. We are a consortium serving diverse populations of children, adolescents, and adults living with serious and chronic mental illness. For more details, please visit our website. Successful applicants will have experience with clinical interventions and assessment. Individuals interested in applying for the position should submit a cover letter, copy of their APPI (including Curriculum Vitae), and three letters of recommendation to swlainternship@gmail.com. Applications will be accepted immediately and reviewed until the position is filled.


Site: Campbell County Memorial Hospital - Behavioral Health Services Internship
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Website: None - Request information via e-mail
TD Name and Contact Info: Brooke England, Psy.D. LP - (307) 688-5000 - brooke.england@ccmh.net
Submit applications to: brooke.england@ccmh.net
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 24, 11:50 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 28, 12:45 am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Behavioral Health Services (BHS) is located in Gillette, Wyoming. We are a community mental health center housed in a county hospital. Due to our rural setting we treat adults and children with a diverse set of issues. Our assessment department conducts a large amount of assessments of varying types. For more information about our population and services please contact Dr. England through the contact information provided below.

We are a new program and are looking for interns that are interested in adding to the development of the BHS internship program. Interns that are interested in our program are to review the BHS Internship Manual to determine fit and then submit an email indicating interest in our program, specifying which rotation is desired (adult or child); interns should attach their CV and transcripts to this email. Internship Manuals will be sent to interested interns via email attachment. All materials should be submitted brooke.england@ccmh.net. If email is not an option, materials can be faxed to (307) 688-5015 (Attn: Dr. England), please call ahead to indicate you are faxing (307) 688-5000, as our center receives a high volume of faxes.