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The APPIC Post-Match Vacancy Service
Current List of Available Internship Positions

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This page provides a list of internship programs that are seeking applicants for unfilled positions for the 2015-16 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.

Information about the Post-Match Vacancy Service (including how to submit an application for these listed positions) is available here. Please note that all individuals who use the APPIC Post-Match Vacancy Service, including Training Directors and internship applicants, must abide by the APPIC Match Policies. The Post-Match Vacancy Service will remain available from March 23, 2015 through October 31, 2015.

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UNFILLED POSITIONS


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

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.bop.gov/jobs/docs/cpdipcrw2.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Ben Quick, Ph.D. - 817-782-4258 - bquick@bop.gov
Submit applications to: bquick@bop.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, May 25, 12:45 pm Eastern Time

We are pleased to announce that the internship program at FMC Carswell has received funding for additional doctoral intern positions and currently has (2) vacancies. FMC Carswell serves as the only medical and psychiatric referral center for females in the Federal Bureau of Prisons. The medical center is situated on the west side of Fort Worth, Texas. The individuals selected for these positions will receive broad and general training in the provision of mental health treatment and evaluation throughout the training year and will choose to participate in any two of the following elective training areas for six month intervals: dual diagnosis residential substance abuse treatment, Spanish residential substance abuse treatment, trauma treatment, sex offender treatment, treatment of those with serious mental illness, forensic evaluation, and clinical health psychology.

Applicants are required to apply on www.usajobs.gov. The positions are titled "Psychology Pathways Interns" and is likely to open May 26th and close on June 1st, 2015. Applicants may submit APPIC information (e.g. clinical hours) directly to Dr. Quick via email. Please submit a cover letter and vita to Dr. Ben Quick, Director of Clinical Training at bquick@bop.gov. Questions can be directed to Dr. Quick at the above contact information as well.


Site: Abbott Northwestern Hospital
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.allinahealth.org/Abbott-Northwestern-Hospital/ (Hospital Info Only)
TD Name and Contact Info: Jeff Gottlieb, Ph.D., Jeffrey.gottlieb@allina.com
Submit applications to: Jeffrey.gottlieb@allina.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, May 4, 4:00 pm Eastern Time

Abbott-Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis will offer two internship positions beginning in August 2015. This primarily adult-focused internship will offer $25,000 stipends. As the largest hospital in the Twin Cities, Abbott Northwestern is recognized nationally and locally for its exceptional expertise and care. Each year, the hospital serves more than 200,000 patients and their families. The internship provides varied inpatient and outpatient rotations with an emphasis on collaborative behavioral health care.

Interested applicants can send a cover-email and vita to Jeffrey.gottlieb@allina.com (Training Director), and request a copy of the internship brochure. Please insert “Internship” in the subject line.


Site: North Carolina Dept. of Public Safety, Division of Adult Corrections
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: https://www.ncdps.gov/div/Prisons/Internship_Webpage.pdf, brochure also available by email from Dr. Peiper
TD Name and Contact Info: Lewis J. Peiper, Ph.D. - lewis.peiper@ncdps.gov
Submit applications to: lewis.peiper@ncdps.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, May 4, 4:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, April 29, 11:45 pm Eastern Time (No Longer Accepting Applications)

PLEASE NOTE: This site is no longer accepting applications.

The NC Department of Public Safety internship program has 2 unfilled full-time (2000 hour) internship positions for 2015-2016. Interns are exposed to a wide-range of generalist clinical experiences which form the foundation of a culturally-competent, ethical, professional psychologist. Our internship provides a platform for future work in substance abuse, trauma, severe mental illness, community mental health, and integrated healthcare settings. In addition, the NCDPS intern experience provides a wealth of corrections-specific instruction for interns wishing to find permanent employment in a correctional setting. Interns receive instruction in a variety of therapeutic modalities including but not limited to brief and solution focused strategies, crisis intervention, and cognitive-behavioral techniques. Each rotation/site provides a unique internship training experience in terms of age of offenders, length of offender sentence, severity of mental health and medical conditions, outpatient vs. residential, therapeutic opportunities, and overall facility layout. Each site includes the following activities: individual and group therapy, didactic training seminars, multidisciplinary staff consultation, crisis intervention, assessments, treatment planning, and supervision of clinical work. Built into every rotation is the opportunity to engage with staff in other healthcare disciplines including nursing, primary care, dental, among other specialities. Supervising staff have a wide variety of interests and offer training seminars on a variety of topics relevant to interns. Successful interns have a keen appreciation for complex psychopathology, critical-thinking skills, respect for cultural diversity, and good boundaries.


Site: Alaska Psychology Internship Consortium (Hope Counseling Center)
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2149)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://ak-pic.org/
TD Name and Contact Info: Sarah Dewane and John DeRuyter Psy D. - jderuyter@hopecounselingcenter.org
Submit applications to: jderuyter@hopecounselingcenter.org
Date/Time Added: Friday, May 1, 11:00 pm Eastern Time

Hope Counseling Center, a member of the Alaska Psychological Internship Consortium (AK-PIC) is now able to provide one internship opening for the 2015 – 2016 training year. As a member of AK-PIC, the internship year will begin July 1, 2015 and complete June 30, 2016. Hope Counseling Center is currently accepting current Vita’s for review. Selected applicants will be asked to submit a full application (APPI) and applicants to be interviewed will be selected from those applications. All interviews will be conducted using Skype. Please use the link for the AK-PIC website (www.ak-pic.org) for full information regarding the opening at Hope Counseling Center. Please limit your initial submission to a cover letter and current Vita.


Site: Northwest Suburban Internship Consortium (NSIC)
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2200)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: NSIC does not yet have a website. Please send an email to Dr. Kukoleck and he will forward NSIC current brochure.
TD Name and Contact Info: Kevin Kukoleck, PsyD - 773-573-5393 - kevinpsyd@yahoo.com
Submit applications to: kevinpsyd@yahoo.com
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, April 29, 11:45pm Eastern Time

PLEASE NOTE: This announcement describes an additional position that has become available at this site as of April 29, 2015.

PLEASE NOTE: Applications during the Post-Match are open to all who are interested. However, NSIC is a Partially Affiliated Consortium and as such preference is given to ISPP Schaumburg students.

The NSIC has one open position within the Michiana Generalist Track. The selected intern will work within the Michiana Generalist Track of the NSIC and sees patients in two Psychiatric and Neuropsychiatric Hospitals in Rural Northwest Indiana. These hospitals provide comprehensive geriatric inpatient treatment, specializing in the assessment and treatment of patients suffering from psychiatric and behavioral difficulties. Psychology interns provide: Initial Psychological Diagnostic Interviews, Individual and Group therapy, Family supportive therapy and Psychological testing. Interns also have the opportunity to collaborate with treating Medical staff, including Psychiatry, Internal medicine and Neurology. Interested applicants should submit their APPI, cover letter, 2 letters of recommendation, transcripts, and a writing sample to the email address above for the opportunity to interview with the Consortium Director and the site Director of Psychological Services, Dr. Daniel Heiser.


Site: The Watershed Addiction Treatment Program
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2045)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.thewatershed.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Tracy G. Myers (tmyers@thewatershed.com)
Submit applications to: tmyers@thewatershed.com
Date/Time Added: Thursday, April 9, 5:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, April 25, 10:00 am Eastern Time (Still accepting applications)

UPDATE (4/25/15): Applications are still being accepted. Problems with Dr. Myers’ email address have been resolved. Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply.

The Watershed Addiction Treatment Program has 1 internship opening in our South Florida treatment facility. Our internship provides clinical experiences and educational opportunities that focus on the effective practice of professional psychology, as it happens in a real-world context. This training program facilitates the intern’s development as an independent practitioner, who is able to access a variety of career opportunities. Stipend of $20,000 and the accrual of days for paid time off (PTO) for the training year. Please submit a vita, cover letter, verification of eligibility for internship, and 3 letters of recommendation to tmyers@thewatershed.com.


Site: Heart of America Psychology Training Consortium, Great Lakes Region – Four County Counseling Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2288)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.haptconline.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Adam Andreassen, PsyD - aandreassen@haptconline.org - 417-812-6495
Submit applications to: kdixon@haptconline.org
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 24, 1:30 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, March 29, 11:45 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, April 25, 10:00 am Eastern Time (Still accepting applications)

UPDATE (4/25/15): We are still accepting applications for one remaining position. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply.

UPDATE (3/29/15): Clarification to application submission requirements: Please send a copy of your AAPI, cover letter, CV, report writing sample, essays, and three letters of recommendation. The contact phone number has been corrected.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The Heart of America Psychology Training Consortium has an accredited internship program and a non-accredited internship program. These positions are NOT in an APA-Accredited program.

The Heart of America Psychology Training Consortium – Great Lakes Region has two vacancies available for Four County Counseling Center in Logansport, IN. All applications and cover letters should be directed to Dr. James Noll, Training Director at Four County Counseling 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: Federal Correctional Complex Allenwood (FCC Allenwood)
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.bop.gov/jobs/psychology_intership.jsp
TD Name and Contact Info: John R. Mitchell, Psy.D. - jmitchell@bop.gov - (570) 547 - 0963, ext. 6562
Submit applications to: See below for application instructions
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, April 21, 1:30 am Eastern Time

The internship program at FCC Allenwood has three (3) vacancies. Clinical rotations at this internship program all occur within a correctional complex of three federal prisons ranging from low to high security housing close to 4000 offenders total. Rotations include emphases with general population inmates, severe mentally ill inmates, offenders in restrictive housing units, and intensive residential treatment programs (including substance abuse programming). Applicants are required to apply on www.usajobs.gov. The position is titled "Psychology Pathways Interns" and will open April 17, 2015 and close April 24, 2015. Please submit a cover letter and vita to Dr. John Mitchell, Chief Psychologist and Internship Program Coordinator at jmitchell@bop.gov. Questions can be directed to Dr. John Mitchell at the above contact information as well.


Site: Federal Medical Center Lexington, KY (Bureau of Prisons)
Accreditation: YES
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1311)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.bop.gov/jobs/docs/cpdiplex.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Adu Boateng, aboateng@bop.gov, 859.255.6812 x5660
Submit applications to: aboateng@bop.gov
Date/Time Added: Friday, April 17, 6:00 pm Eastern Time

The internship program at FMC Lexington currently has (1) vacancy in the Residential Drug Abuse Program. The individual selected for this position will be trained in a modified therapeutic community and will utilize CBT treatments with incarcerated males participating in a 9-month substance abuse program. Applicants are required to apply on www.usajobs.gov. The position is titled "Psychology Pathways Interns" and will open April 17, 2015 and close April 24, 2015. Applicants may submit APPIC information (e.g. clinical hours) directly to Dr. Boateng via email.


Site: Neuropsychology & Complementary Medicine (NaCMed)
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.nacmed.com; Brochure also available by email from Dr. Winters
TD Name and Contact Info: Melissa Winters, Psy.D. - melissawinters@nacmed.com
Submit applications to: melissawinters@nacmed.com
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, April 15, 12:30 am Eastern Time

NaCMed has one remaining position open for training year 2015-2016. The remaining vacancy is in the Assessment track. Qualified applicants will have strong assessment background with at least 15 integrated reports; and can choose from primary rotations in either psychological or neuropsychological assessment, and minor rotations available in forensic and inpatient psychiatric as well as inpatient medical; and health/behavior assessments (pre-surgical & opioid clearances). NaCMed offers high quality training in Neuropsychology and Health Psychology, as well as the opportunity to work on multidisciplinary teams both inpatient and outpatient. Competitive candidates will demonstrate a strong interest in working with underserved populations in a socially and culturally diverse area. Located in a suburb of Washington DC, Fredericksburg is accessible to a wide range of patients, including those in the military, urban professionals, as well as rural and low SES groups. Our services are offered in a number of locations via co-location within medical facilities, as well as outpatient clinics. Referring conditions typically include: TBI/ABI, Parkinsons, MS, cancer, dementia, insomnia, chronic pain, migraine, comorbid military TBI & PTSD; behavioral health management including weight loss and treatment adherence; and adjustment to chronic illness. Clinical opportunities are available with children, adolescents, adults, and families.


Site: Desert Psychological
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.desertpsychological.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Sarah Ahmad - drahmad@desertpsychnv.com - 702-650-6508
Submit applications to: Dr. Stephanie Holland - drholland@desertpsychnv.com
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 24, 1:30 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 9, 5:30 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE (4/9/15): Applications are still being accepted. Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply.

ORIGINAL POSTING:

Our private clinic is currently taking applications for pre-doctoral internship positions. Our site's primary areas of focus are: forensic work, psychological assessments, individual therapy and family therapy for children and families in foster care, neuropsychological evaluations and post deployment assessments of military veterans. Pre-doctoral interns will gain a wide variety of experience in a private practice setting, including assessment skills, clinical skills, and most importantly professional development and understanding of psychology from the from the business perspective.

Candidates who are bilingual in Spanish and have testing experience are highly desired and encouraged to apply. The compensation will be increased if candidate is bilingual. Qualifying experience will include comprehensive training and experience in assessment and solid clinical skills targeted especially for children and youth and/or at-risk populations. Potential applicants should have excellent report writing skills and be prepared for an intensive and rewarding experience. Applicants must abide by the standards of their graduate institutes regarding eligibility for internship.

Supervision: Supervision will include at least 2 hours of individual supervision per week at a ratio of no less than one hour of supervision for every 20 internship hours. Additionally, group supervision will be provided. Specialized training in ethics and areas of interest will be available throughout the year, which includes 2 hours per week of didactic training on average, with not less than 8 hours in any given month.

Compensation: Annual compensation of $18,000. Health insurance is offered and Desert Psychological pays half of the premium cost.

Selection Process: will be from March 23 through June, 2015, or until positions are filled. Anticipated start date will be August 24, 2015.

Application: Please submit a copy of your AAPI and a CV to DrHolland@desertpsychnv.com. No other materials are requested at this time.


Site: Southeast Idaho Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2080)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: Contact the TD for a brochure
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Cheri L. Atkins - drcherilynnatkins@gmail.com
Submit applications to: drcherilynnatkins@gmail.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 30, 11:50 pm Eastern Time

Southeast Idaho Psychology Internship Consortium has one unfilled position available for this upcoming internship year (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016). If you are interested in learning more about our site, please email Dr. Atkins and request a brochure.


Site: Appalachian Psychology Internship/Woodland Centers, Inc.
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.woodlandcenters.org/pdf_files/Appalachian%20Psychology%20Internship%20Manual.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Amanda Adams-Mock - aadams@woodlandcenters.org
Submit applications to: aadams@woodlandcenters.org
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time

The Appalachian Psychology Internship/Woodland Centers, Inc. is pleased to announce an opening for one intern for the 2015-2016 training year. The setting of the internship is in a rural community behavioral health center. Interns have the opportunity to provide assessment along with individual and group therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. Additionally, clinical experiences in integrated care, substance abuse, and crisis services may be available. The stipend is $23,900 and fringe benefits are offered. Please submit APPI, cover letter, cv, three letters of references, and sample assessment report to Dr. Adams-Mock. Applicants will have the opportunity to speak with current interns.


Site: Children’s Institute, Inc.
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1984)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.childrensinstitute.org
TD Name and Contact Info: George Bermudez, Ph.D. - gbermud@childrensinstitute.org
Submit applications to: gbermud@childrensinstitute.org
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 24, 1:30 am Eastern Time

The Early Childhood Mental Health Internship at Children’s Institute, Inc. has two unfilled positions. Applicants with early childhood practicum experience and bilingual skills (Spanish-English) will be preferred.


Site: BC Child & Youth Community Based Psychology Residency Program (BC PRP)
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1856)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.mcf.gov.bc.ca/mental_health/internships.htm
TD Name and Contact Info: Susan Hackett, PhD, RPsych - Susan.Hackett@gmail.com
Submit applications to: Susan.Hackett@gmail.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 3:15 pm Eastern Time

The BC PRP is a unique opportunity for applicants interested in psychology in both urban and rural settings in beautiful British Columbia. The 6-month rotation in Metro Vancouver provides office-based training on both mainstream and Aboriginal multi-disciplinary Child and Youth Mental Health Services teams. The 6-month rotation in Prince George offers many opportunities to work with mainstream and Aboriginal populations in Prince George and communities throughout the North. We are currently only able to accept applications from Canadian citizens. Both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal applicants are encouraged to apply. Please email a cover letter and a copy of your cv to the Coordinator (aka Training Director) Susan Hackett: Susan.Hackett@gov.bc.ca


Site: Connected Psychology
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.connectedpsychology.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Celeste Sulc: celeste@connectedpsychology.org - 571.276.3113
Submit applications to: celeste@connectedpsychology.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 3:15 pm Eastern Time

Connected Psychology, a community based, child and adolescent therapy program in Washington DC, has two exciting positions still available. Please visit our website for more information.


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: Submit to drann@visitingmentalhealth.com and copy drrick@mhcflorida.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 11:30 am Eastern Time

Visiting Mental Health (VMH), located in sunny South Florida, has 2 unfilled Internship positions in addition to the current team of 6 interns and 4 post docs for the 2015-2016 internship year. This internship position requires 2000 hours over 12 months by working approximately 45-50 hours per week. Weekly two-hour individual supervision; two-hour group supervision; and two hours of weekly didactics are included in the 45-50 hours. The intern 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: Integrated Behavioral Health Consortium of Indiana
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2220)
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website:
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Sharon McNeany - 765.641.0255 ext 237 - smcneany@mcchc.org
Submit applications to: smcneany@mcchc.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 11:30 am Eastern Time

The doctoral psychology internship program at the Integrated Behavioral Health Consortium of Indiana is designed to prepare interns for independent practice in psychology. This goal is achieved through experiential training activities that prepare interns to provide service to a diverse patient population, offering experience in the assessment of psychological disorders, and training in the application of empirically supported treatments. Interns at the Integrated Behavioral Health Consortium of Indiana have the opportunity to choose from major tracks in school psychology, primary care, residential, or community mental health. In the school psychology track, interns work with children in local school systems. The major track in primary care at Madison County Community Health Center and IU Health would introduce interns to an integrated care model consistent with the patient centered medical home. In the residential track, interns complete training at the Wernle Youth and Family Treatment Center. In the community mental health major track, interns will provide individual, couples, family, and group therapy at Catholic Charities, Bloomington, and Madison County Community Health Center. For questions, please contact the training director, Sharon McNeany, PhD, HSPP, at smcneany@mcchc.org


Site: Ramapo College of New Jersey Counseling Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.ramapo.edu/counseling/
TD Name and Contact Info: Michael Alcee, Ph.D. malcee@ramapo.edu, (201) 684-7522
Submit applications to: malcee@ramapo.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 11:00 am Eastern Time

Ramapo College Counseling Services provides a full-time internship experience that includes short-term individual therapy, group therapy, crisis intervention, outreach, and supervisory experience. For more information, please see our webpage at http://www.ramapo.edu/counseling/.


Site: Linden Oaks at Edward
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.edward.org/workfiles/PredocTrainingManual.pdf - Please note that the online version of the manual asks for a personal statement to be included in the application materials. That is not necessary. Please submit the materials listed below.
TD Name and Contact Info: M. Joann Wright, Ph.D. - 630.305.5008 - jwright@edward.org
Submit applications to: jwright@edward.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 11:00 am Eastern Time

Linden Oaks at Edward is dedicated to providing the best behavioral health service to teens, adults, families and seniors with compassion, dignity and excellence. Predoctoral interns are placed in two facilities in Naperville, IL; the inpatient hospital, and the outpatient treatment facility. Predoctoral interns are placed on a specific unit (e.g., eating disorders, anxiety) and will remain with the same treatment team for the year.

We specialize in the implementation and training of functional contextual treatment models (e.g., ACT and DBT). Applicants with experience and/or interest in these models are encouraged to apply.

Application Materials: Please submit the following to Dr. Wright at the email address listed above: (a) A completed APPI (b) Cover letter (c) Curriculum vitae (d) Three letters of recommendation (e) Unofficial transcript. Please feel free to email Dr. Wright if you have any additional questions about the program.


Site: Correct Care Solutions / Treasure Coast Forensic Treatment Center Psychology Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: N/A
TD Name and Contact Info: Elizabeth Hooper, Psy.D. - (772) 597-9515 - ehooper@correctcarers.com
Submit applications to: ehooper@correctcarers.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 11:00 am Eastern Time

Correct Care Solutions, Treasure Coast Forensic Treatment Center located in Indiantown Florida, is accepting applications to fill two (2) remaining Psychology Intern Positions. Treasure Coast Forensic Treatment Center is a 211-bed forensic psychiatric hospital operated by Correct Care, LLC. Residents of TCFTC are adult males who have been adjudicated by the court as Incompetent to Proceed (ITP) or Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity (NGRI). Interns are responsible for completing Psychological Assessment Reports, Competency Assessments, and Risk Assessments. They also participate in conducting clinical and forensic psychological tests including those used to assess for malingering. Furthermore, interns are trained to conduct both psychotherapeutic and competency groups as well as individual competency sessions. Strong report writing skills are highly important. For a copy of the Internship Brochure or for any questions, please contact Elizabeth Hooper, Psy.D., Director of Internship and Post-Doctoral Programs.


Site: Range Mental Health Center, Inc.
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2153)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: N/A
TD Name and Contact Info: Victoria M. Othon, PsyD, LP - vothon@rangmentalhealth.org - (218) 263-9237 ext. 1316 - cell 630-418-1115
Submit applications to: vothon@rangmentalhealth.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 11:00 am Eastern Time

Range Mental Health Center is a full service rural community health agency that offers a wide variety of training opportunities including: Chemical dependency (inpatient, outpatient, and detox), Partial Hospitalization programing, Inpatient Crisis stabilization unit (Wellstone), Psychiatry, CTSS, Community Support Programing, and Outpatient services. RMHC provides a well-rounded generalist practitioner training model that can be individualized to suite the learning needs and objectives of its doctoral interns. RMHC is a National Health Service Corps. Participating site.




FILLED/CLOSED POSITIONS


Site: Liberty Healthcare
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2040)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.libertyhealthcare.com/upload/112.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: John R. Reid, PhD - 217-322-3204 x5075 - John.R.Reid@illinois.gov
Submit applications to: John.R.Reid@illinois.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, May 11, 2:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, May 25, 12:45 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Liberty Healthcare and the Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) have two Internship openings for the 2015-2016 training year at the IDHS Treatment and Detention Facility (TDF) in Rushville, IL, in our APPIC member program. The TDF houses approximately 550 adult male residents in a maximum-security inpatient treatment facility.

Clinical duties include co-facilitating sex offender specific group treatment (approximately 14 hours per week), managing a primary caseload of approximately 12 residents, including treatment planning and case conceptualizing. However, the primary caseload is not individual therapy but involves case management tasks, with the Resident being seen on an as needed basis. Interns also responsible for completing a minimum of six psychological batteries during the training year.

The Fellowship is a one calendar year (2000 hour) Internship effective from August 31, 2015 until August 26, 2015. The stipend for the Intern is $35,000. Medical insurance is available with a premium paid by the Intern.

To Apply: E-mail a current curriculum vita, letter of interest, four reference letter, unofficial transcripts, and a de-identified work sample to Dr. John Reid at John.R.Reid@illinois.gov. Other supplemental materials may be requested. Review of applications will begin immediately and involve telephone interviews and continue until the positions are filled.


Site: Marshall University School of Medicine – Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://marshallhealth.org/services/psychiatry/
TD Name and Contact Info: Jeffrey T. Boggess, Ph.D. – boggessj@marshall.edu
Submit applications to: boggessj@marshall.edu
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, May 19, 12:10 pm Eastern Time (Position Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Marshall University School of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine has one opening for a new internship program beginning in August of 2015. We are located near the main campus of Marshall University in Huntington, WV. The position will be in our stand alone out-patient clinic where we see a variety adult, adolescent and, child populations. Candidates may choose to emphasize adults or children within the program. We are a provider based clinic with an affiliation with Cabell-Huntington Hospital. The department currently employs four clinical psychologists and will be adding two more in August 2015. A new psychiatry residency program will begin in July 2015. Services in which interns would most likely be involved in include intake evaluations, psychological testing, individual and group therapy, and consultation with psychiatry. Interested candidates should send cover letter and CV to: boggessj@marshall.edu.


Site: Western Kentucky University Counseling and Testing Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2226)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.wku.edu/heretohelp
TD Name and Contact Info: Debra Crisp, Ph.D., ctctraining@wku.edu
Submit applications to: ctctraining@wku.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 30, 2:00 pm Eastern Time (Still accepting applications)

Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, May 19, 12:10 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

UPDATE (4/30/15): WKU Counseling and Testing Center stil has one (1) internship position available. We are still accepting applications, and qualified applicants are encouraged to apply.

WKU Counseling and Testing Center is pleased to announce two (2) doctoral internship positions. Please refer to the center webpage at http://www.wku.edu/heretohelp for program information and requirements. Applicants should forward their AAPI information, letters of reference, DCT readiness statement, and essays to ctctraining@wku.edu.


Site: Sweetser Psychology Internship
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.sweetser.org/psychology-internship.php
TD Name and Contact Info: Aaron Blanchette, Psy.D. - 207-373-3023 - ablanchette@sweetser.org
Submit applications to:
ablanchette@sweetser.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 1:45 pm Eastern Time

Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 26, 1:45am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, April 25, 10:00 am Eastern Time (Still accepting applications)

Date/Time Updated: Saturday, May 16, 7:15pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

UPDATE (4/25/15): Sweetser is still accepting applications for one available internship slot. We are hoping to fill this last position soon in preparation for a July 6th start date. Interested applicants are encouraged to submit their CV and a disidentified testing report.

UPDATE: It has come to our attention that our website suggests we are only accepting applications from APA accredited graduate programs. This is not the case. We are also accepting applications from non-accredited graduate programs.

ORIGINAL POSTING:

Sweetser in Brunswick Maine is offering two psychology internship positions for the 2015-2016 training year. This will be our first year with a psychology internship program. Interns will split most of their time between crisis and assessment rotations, with some opportunities for individual and group therapy. Interested applicants are requested to submit a disidentified sample testing report (preferably with a personality and a cognitive component) along with their full AAPI application to the training director at: ablanchette@sweetser.org. If the full AAPI application is not available for some applicants, a sample report along with a cover letter and CV is acceptable. More information on the Sweetser internship is available at the following website: http://www.sweetser.org/psychology-internship.php


Site: Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1425)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: Please review program information listed in APPIC’s directory or email Dr. Romei for an updated internship brochure
TD Name and Contact Info: Jennifer Romei, PhD - Jennifer.Romei@dhs.state.nj.us
Submit applications to: Jennifer.Romei@dhs.state.nj.us
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, April 29, 11:45 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, May 14, 9:15pm Eastern Time (Position Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital located in Morris Plains, NJ, has one vacancy in our APA-accredited paid yearlong internship serving adults with serious and persistent mental illness. Assessment and psychotherapy (group and individual) are given equal training emphasis as students move through 3 rotations over the course of the year. Training opportunities exist with treatment refractory, dementia and geriatrics, forensic, severe personality disorders, developmentally disabled and mentally ill, admissions, and general treatment units. Interns also participate in weekly didactic training. Please submit a CV, cover letter, verification of eligibility for internship, and three letters of recommendation to Dr. Romei at Jennifer.Romei@dhs.state.nj.us. After an initial review, some applicants will be invited to submit additional materials such as a sample report or APPIC application if still available.


Site: Southwest Louisiana Psychology 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. - SWLAinternship@gmail.com - 337-431-7194
Submit applications to: SWLAinternship@gmail.com
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 24, 4:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, May 11, 2:00 am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Internship will be 50% clinical research facility, with an emphasis on interview and assessment of mentally ill individuals. The other 50% could be with adolescents, the chronically ill, or the counseling center. This placement will depend on interests and qualifications. Dissertation release time available. Stipend approximately $17,000.00 per year. Only applicants who meet the following requirements will be considered:

• APA approved doctoral program in clinical or counseling psychology
• Dissertation proposal approved by start of internship
•Basic knowledge of research practices and an appreciation of research work
•Willingness and ability to work in small research groups, present at conferences, and strong assessment background

Interested individuals should send cover letter and vita to: SWLAinternship@gmail.com . Interns selected to interview will be required to submit additional materials


Site: Talbert House
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2101)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://talberthouse.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Margaret Cornell, Psy.D., margaret.cornell@talberthouse.org, 513 541-7577 ext. 1567
Submit applications to: margaret.cornell@talberthouse.org
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 24, 3:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 9, 5:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, May 1, 11:00 pm Eastern Time (All Positions Filled or Closed)

PLEASE NOTE: ONE POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED AND ONE POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED.

UPDATE (4/9/15): We have filled one position and we have one position still open. The remaining position is best for applicants with an interest/background with youth and trauma since the primary rotation (3 days a week) will be with youth and their families some of which may or may not have a history of trauma (i.e. physical, sexual, and emotional abuse, neglect).

ORIGINAL POSTING:

The Talbert House Internship Program currently has two unfilled positions. Ideal candidates possess the following traits: flexibility, effective communication, organization, and writings skills, and a passion for working with diverse, underserved clinical populations in variety of public behavioral health settings (i.e. outpatient, residential, community corrections) located in the Greater Cincinnati region. Please submit a CV, cover letter, and AAPI to the Training Director, Margaret Cornell, Psy.D (margaret.cornell@talberthouse.org).


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: Pamela Abraham, PsyD; pabraham@immaculata.edu; 610-647-4400, ext. 3464
Submit applications to: Applicants should forward their cover letter and AAPI including DCT verification, letters of recommendation and CV to Dr. Abraham at pabraham@immaculata.edu.
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 1:45 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, March 29, 2:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, May 1, 11:00 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: ALL POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

UPDATE: The position at Joseph J. Peters - Adult track has been filled. The other positions remain available.

ORIGINAL POSTING:

2 Positions available at Upper Bay Counseling Center, Elkton, MD

1 Position available Joseph J. Peters-Adult Track, Philadelphia, PA

The Consortium actively seeks and recruits interns (from a wide range of diverse applicants) who have a strong interest in and sensitivity to diversity.


Site: Central Washington University Student Medical and Counseling Clinic
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1730)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.cwu.edu/medical-counseling/doctoral-internship
TD Name and Contact Info: Cindy Bruns, PhD (brunsc@cwu.edu or 509-963-1391)
Submit applications to: brunsc@cwu.edu
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, April 7, 10:45 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, April 29, 11:45 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Central Washington University Student Medical and Counseling Clinic (SMaCC) is a high volume, co-located medical and counseling clinic serving a diverse student body of approximately 9,000 students. Located in Central Washington State, we are 110 miles east of Seattle. Although theoretically eclectic in our approaches to therapy, the counseling clinic conducts ACT-based workshops for students and would be a good fit for someone with an interest in ACT. Stipend of $22,000 plus full medical and dental benefits, 15 vacation days, 6 sick days, and 5 professional development days provided. Please see our website for further information regarding our program.

Minimum application criteria: APA/CPA accredited graduate program, minimum of 500 hours assessment/intervention direct contact, minimum 1,000 hours of practicum experience, comprehensive exams passes, and dissertation proposed. Previous counseling center experience not required, but preferred. Please send, AAPI, Cover letter that includes update on hours accrued since November 1, CV (if not included in AAPI), and names and contact information for 3 references. Application deadline: Monday, April 13, 2015 for preferred review, but applications will be accepted until the position is filled.


Site: Carnegie Mellon University Counseling and Psychological Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2279)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.cmu.edu/counseling/a07-training/02-psych-interns.html
TD Name and Contact Info: Kurt Kumler; 412-268-2922
Submit applications to: mannella@andrew.cmu.edu
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, April 15, 12:30 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, April 25, 10:00 am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Carnegie Mellon is a global research university with more than 12,000 students and 5,000 faculty and staff. Recognized for its world-class arts and technology programs, collaboration across disciplines, and innovative leadership of education in the fields of Business Administration, Computer Science, Engineering, Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Public Policy & Information Systems, and Science, Carnegie Mellon is consistently ranked among the top 25 universities in the United States. At CaPS we practice session-limited psychotherapy utilizing developmental and psychodynamic theories of human experience and treatment, along with other ways of understanding. The core values of our therapeutic work include: emphasis on the therapeutic relationship; exploration of dynamics and styles of relating to self and others; and the identification of patterns in behaviors, relationships, thoughts and feelings. We welcome applications from students open to exploring a more depth oriented approach to therapy. Given our treatment philosophy, the pre- doctoral intern can expect supervision to be depth oriented, dynamic, and relational. Supervision is a place for the intern to examine the therapist - client relationship and engage in personal reflection.

This internship will begin on August 1, 2015 and run through July 31, 2016. The stipend for the internship year is $20,000 and interns receive the same health, vision, and dental benefits as regular full-time staff. Interns also have access to the campus library and fitness center. There is no dissertation release time; however, interns get 17 days of PTO and nine university holidays.


Site: Fraser Clinical Psychology Internship
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://fraser.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Kimberly Klein - KimK@Fraser.org - 612.728.5303
Submit applications to: PeterL@Fraser.org
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 31, 1:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, April 21, 1:30 am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Fraser is accepting applications for four pre-doctoral internship positions. Fraser is one of the Midwest’s largest and most experienced community mental health provider serving a culturally diverse range of families and children with over 60 developmental/behavioral disabilities. We serve thousands of clients each year across six metropolitan sites. Staff provide evaluation and treatment services to clients across the lifespan, but specializing in children and adolescents. We offer training rotations within our three major programs: Child and Family Mental Health; Fraser Autism Program; and Neuropsychology. Training in the Mental Health Department involves the provision of psychological evaluations, individual/family/group therapy and pre-school day treatment for children and adolescents. The Neuropsychology Clinic provides evaluations of children and adolescents with a variety of neurodevelopmental and neurologic disorders. The Fraser Autism Program offer evaluations, individual and group therapy, family therapy, and day treatment services for children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

The anticipated start date is August 24, 2015. Interested applicants should forward their APPI, CV, and a cover letter to PeterL@Fraser.org. Applicants will be reviewed based on experience with children, adolescents, and families as well as fit with Fraser’s mission of providing clients, families, and caregivers with the resources, services, and support to help people with special needs reach their full potential. For additional information, please contact Dr. Kimberly Klein, training director, at 612-728-5303 or by email at KimK@Fraser.org.


Site: Home of the Innocents
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.homeoftheinnocents.org/psychologicalservices
TD Name and Contact Info: Taryn Eisenbrey, Psy.D., teisenbrey@homeoftheinnocents.org, 502-596-1078
Submit applications to: teisenbrey@homeoftheinnocents.org
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 24, 1:30 am Eastern Time

Date/Time Updated: Friday, April 17, 6:00 pm Eastern Time (Position Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Home of the Innocents has one remaining psychology internship position. Interns have year-long concurrent rotations in: 1) intensive community based, 2) outpatient services, and 3) emergency shelter. Interns work with children, adolescents, and families through therapy, assessment, and consultation. Applicants should be from an APA-accredited doctoral program and must be eligible for Master’s level license (LPA) by the start of internship. Applicants are requested to submit a sample assessment report along with their AAPI.


Site: Range Mental Health Center, Inc.
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2153)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: N/A
TD Name and Contact Info: Victoria M. Othon, PsyD, LP - vothon@rangementalhealth.org - (218) 263-9237 ext. 1316 - cell 630-418-1115
Submit applications to: vothon@rangementalhealth.org
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 26, 3:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, April 17, 6:00 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Range Mental Health has two full-time internship positions currently open. Range Mental Health Center is a full service rural community health agency that offers a wide variety of training opportunities including: Chemical dependency (inpatient, outpatient, and detox), Partial Hospitalization programing, Inpatient Crisis stabilization unit (Wellstone), Psychiatry, CTSS, Community Support Programing, and Outpatient services. RMHC provides a well-rounded generalist practitioner training model that can be individualized to suite the learning needs and objectives of its doctoral interns. RMHC is a National Health Service Corps. Participating site.


Site: Wright State University Counseling and Wellness Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: https://www.wright.edu/counseling-and-wellness/training/training-professional-development
TD Name and Contact Info: Daniela Linnebach Burnworth, Ph.D., daniela.burnworth@wright.edu, (937) 775-3407
Submit applications to: daniela.burnworth@wright.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 11:00 am Eastern Time

Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, April 15, 12:30 am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

We are offering 2 internship positions for the 2015-2016 year. The program is based in the university counseling center at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. Interns would participate in all operations of the center; a full program description can be found at https://www.wright.edu/counseling-and-wellness/training/training-professional-development. Applicants are asked to provide by email a cover letter, updated CV, and the AAPI, including DCT verification of eligibility and readiness for internship. (If an applicant has not completed the AAPI, those individuals should please provide documentation of DCT signature of readiness for internship, number of direct hours completed of doctoral practicum experience, and the number of assessment reports completed with an adult population, as well as a cover letter and updated CV.) Minimum selection criteria include: approval for entry into internship by APA/CPA accredited doctoral program in clinical or counseling psychology; successful completion of all qualifying exams and proposed dissertation; minimum of 500 total intervention hours; minimum of one training year in a college/university counseling center; completion of all doctoral coursework by June 30, 2015; and experience in the provision of psychological assessments with adults.


Site: Northwest Suburban Internship Consortium (NSIC)
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2200)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: NSIC does not yet have a website. Please send an email to Dr. Kukoleck and he will forward NSIC current brochure.
TD Name and Contact Info: Kevin Kukoleck, PsyD - 773-573-5393 - kevinpsyd@yahoo.com
Submit applications to: kevinpsyd@yahoo.com
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 26, 1:45am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, April 15, 12:30 am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

PLEASE NOTE: Applications during the Post-Match are open to all who are interested. However, NSIC is a Partially Affiliated Consortium and as such preference is given to ISPP Schaumburg students.

The NSIC has two open positions, both within the Michiana Generalist Track. Interns selected to work within the Michiana Generalist Track of the NSIC see patients in two Psychiatric and Neuropsychiatric Hospitals in Rural Northwest Indiana. These hospitals provide comprehensive geriatric inpatient treatment, specializing in the assessment and treatment of patients suffering from psychiatric and behavioral difficulties. Psychology interns provide: Initial Psychological Diagnostic Interviews, Individual and Group therapy, Family supportive therapy and Psychological testing. Interns also have the opportunity to collaborate with treating Medical staff, including Psychiatry, Internal medicine and Neurology and are provided with intensive individual supervision on site from the Director of Psychological Services, Daniel Heiser, PsyD. Interested applicants should submit their APPI, cover letter, 2 letters of recommendation, transcripts, and a sample assessment report properly redacted to the email address above.


Site: London Clinical Psychology Residency Consortium
Accreditation: YES - CPA Accredited
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1815)
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: Program Information: http://www.lhsc.on.ca/Research_Training/Psychological_Services/ - Brochure: http://www.lhsc.on.ca/Research_Training/Psychological_Services/Brochure.htm
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Brent Hayman-Abello, C.Psych. - Brent.HaymanAbello@lhsc.on.ca - (519) 663-3466
Submit applications to: Brent.HaymanAbello@lhsc.on.ca
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 11:30 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 24, 4:00 pm Eastern Time

Date/Time Updated: Monday, April 13, 11:45 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

UPDATE (3/24/15): One position has been filled, one position still available. Applications are now being accepted for one position in either of the following tracks: Neuropsychology-Adult Emphasis and Neuropsychology-Paediatric Emphasis.

ORIGINAL POSTING:

2 Positions Available. The London Consortium is accepting applications to fill 2 positions for all three of the following Tracks:

- Adult Mental Health
- Neuropsychology - Adult Emphasis
- Neuropsychology - Paediatric Emphasis

Applicants are welcome to apply to more than one Track, but will only be accepted/matched into one. Minimum applications requirements must be met by the time of this application (NOT Nov. 3 2014 as listed on the website). Note that some applicants who did not meet minimum criteria in Phase I may meet them now, and are encouraged to apply. Please email a cover letter indicating your Track(s) of interest and copy of your curriculum vita to the Training Director, Dr. Brent Hayman-Abello at the email listed above.

Due to Canadian federal laws, we can currently only consider applications from Canadian Citizens or Canadian Permanent Residents.

The London Consortium has 14 pre-doctoral resident positions across 5 training Tracks. We emphasize training in clinical service, teaching, and research with the aim to prepare residents for post-doctoral supervised practice in psychology, particularly within the health care system.


Site: Baylor University Counseling Center - Doctoral Internship in Psychology
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.baylor.edu/counseling_center/index.php?id=871587
TD Name and Contact Info: Randal W. Boldt, PsyD - Assistant Director & Training Coordinator - (254) 710-2467 - Randal_Boldt@Baylor.edu
Submit applications to: Randal_Boldt@Baylor.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 11:00 am Eastern Time

Date/Time Updated: Monday, April 13, 11:45 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Baylor University is a nationally ranked institution with a strong Student Life Division that values diversity and training in cross-cultural competency, striving to be a transformative presence in the lives of our students. The Counseling Center is looking for its very first intern class ever, to start August 1st, 2015. Our philosophy is a practitioner-scientist model that integrates theory and research into our work, but focuses on clinical practice. This is captured by the training questions we will ask interns to reflect upon, “Who am I as a therapist?” and “What are the ways I am therapeutic?” We have established primary goals for the internship of 1) developing core clinical skills, 2) multicultural competencies, and 3) professional practice development. We are looking for prospective interns that want to work with adults in a college campus setting, and have opportunities for working with trauma survivors, addictions, groups, and a broad range of diverse experiences – including supervision of practicum trainees. As Baylor is a faith-based institution, interns are expected to be comfortable working with students who hold faith-based worldviews and to be aware of how their own religious and spiritual values impact their clinical work. Prior experience with college students, and APA-accredited home institutions are preferred. If you are interested in applying, please submit a cover letter, vita, and 3 professional letters of reference to the Training Director. Two of these should be from psychologists that have provided you with direct clinical supervision at a practicum.


Site: Rocky Mountain Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2104)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.prbhealth.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Don Benson, Psy.D., ABPP - donbenpsyd@yahoo.com - 307-251-2061.
Submit applications to: donbenpsyd@yahoo.com
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 26, 1:45am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, April 13, 11:45 pm Eastern Time (Position Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Rocky Mountain Internship Consortium (Program 2104) wishes to advertise an open predoctoral psychology internship position for the 2015-2016 internship year. The location will be at the Rocky Mountain Behavioral Healthcare site.

Rocky Mountain Behavioral Healthcare is a private, group psychology practice in Casper, Wyoming and offers a wide range of professional experiences in both psychological assessment and psychotherapy with various populations. It is staffed by six psychologists and other mental health professionals. Interns will have a broad exposure to a variety of experiences in professional psychology.


Site: New Mexico State University Counseling Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1438)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://counselingcenter.nmsu.edu/internship-training
TD Name and Contact Info: María P. Arizaga, Ph.D. - (575) 646-2731 - marizaga@nmsu.edu
Submit applications to: marizaga@nmsu.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 3:15 pm Eastern Time

Date/Time Updated: Monday, April 13, 12:30 am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Eligibility: Candidates must be doctoral students in APA or CPA accredited Counseling or Clinical Psychology programs who have completed A MINIMUM OF 400 HOURS OF DIRECT SERVICE AND 200 HOURS INDIRECT SERVICE IN PRE-INTERNSHIP SETTINGS BY THE TIME OF APPLICATION. AT LEAST ONE OF THE PRE-INTERNSHIP SETTINGS SHOULD BE IN A UNIVERSITY COUNSELING CENTER. In addition to having completed all required coursework prior to beginning the internship, candidates must have successfully completed their comprehensive examinations.

Selection Process: Candidates who meet the minimum requirements are asked to submit a cover letter, vita, and essays. These will be reviewed by members of the training staff. AAPIs may be requested at a later time along with verification of internship eligibility.


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

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.uww.edu/uhcs/counseling-services/internships#Doctoral
TD Name and Contact Info: Terri DeWalt, PhD, dewaltt@uww.edu, (262) 472-1305
Submit applications to: dewaltt@uww.edu
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 24, 1:30 am Eastern Time

Date/Time Updated: Saturday, April 11, 11:30 pm 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 remaining fulltime internship position available for the 2015- 2016 academic year. The 12 month –2,000 hour Internship is available with a stipend of $25,000 and full benefits.

Applicants must be enrolled in a Counseling or Clinical Psychology doctoral program and be certified by the academic program as being ready for internship. Preferred applicants possess strong clinical skills, experience handling crisis situations, experience working in a university counseling center and experience working with diverse populations.

Acceptance is contingent upon passing a background check. Please email a copy of your AAPI (including letters of recommendation), a current CV, and a cover letter 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: Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis
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: Julia Lash, jlash@iupui.edu , 317-274-2548
Submit applications to: Please submit a cover letter, vita, and verification of internship eligibility to jlash@iupui.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 30, 11:50 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, April 11, 11:30 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

IUPUI CAPS offers a fast-paced, challenging, and rewarding doctoral internship experience. Located in downtown Indianapolis, IUPUI is an urban research institution with a large number of non-traditional students and clients are diverse in age, gender, and race/ethnicity, country of origin, sexual orientation, religion, socio-economic status, and presenting concerns. Clinical experiences include crisis intervention, intake assessment, individual/group/relationship counseling, and delivery of outreach presentations. The internship experience will also consist of training in assessment and testing for learning disorders/ADHD, in addition to diagnostic assessment of ongoing therapy clients. Feedback from previous interns consistently identifies opportunities to hone and strengthen clinical skills, a diverse client population, high quality supervision and didactic trainings, a warm and supportive atmosphere, and the variety of experiences offered as being program highlights and strengths. Please submit a cover letter, vita, and verification of internship eligibility to jlash@iupui.edu.


Site: Riverview Psychiatric Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2091)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.maine.gov/dhhs/riverview/intern/index.html
TD Name and Contact Info: Elizabeth Houghton-Faryna, PsyD - (207) 624-4668 - Elizabeth.houghton-faryna@maine.gov
Submit applications to: Elizabeth.houghton-faryna@maine.gov
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 26, 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 9, 5:30 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

RPRC’s doctoral internship is designed to provide an intensive professional training experience in acute and chronic inpatient psychiatric care. Major rotations for all interns include acute inpatient psychiatry; psychological assessment and consultation; forensic assessment and treatment; group psychotherapy; and individual psychotherapy. Interns work as part of multi-disciplinary teams on treatment units and as full colleagues in the professional activities of the department, collaborating with medical doctors, social workers, nurses, and psychologists. RPRC’s training program is a rigorous practitioner-scholar model. Interns begin with significant supports engaging in milieu treatment interactions and co-facilitating groups with licensed clinicians. They are introduced to treatment planning and goal identification as well as brief cognitive screens. These skills progress gradually over the year. Students eventually develop and facilitate a treatment group and complete comprehensive psychological, neuropsychological, and risk assessments using a flexible battery of test measures and data.

Interested applicants may provide a letter of intent, CV, letters of recommendation, and a sample psychological report for our review.


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

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: Information about our program will be sent by email attachment upon request
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: Friday, March 27, 9:45 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 9, 5:30 pm 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; interns should attach their CV 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.


Site: Heart of America Psychology Training Consortium, Central Region – Pathways Community Behavioral Healthcare
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1925)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.haptconline.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Adam Andreassen, PsyD - aandreassen@haptconline.org - 417-812-6495
Submit applications to: kdixon@haptconline.org
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 24, 1:30 am Eastern Time

Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 27, 9:45 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, March 29, 11:45 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, March 30, 11:45 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, April 9, 5:30 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)


PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

UPDATE (3/27/15): Substantial changes have been made to this posting, including the addition of two new positions, resulting in three total positions being offered. Those who have already applied should see the note, below.

UPDATE (3/29/15): Clarification to application submission requirements: Please send a copy of your AAPI, cover letter, CV, report writing sample, essays, and three letters of recommendation. The contact phone number has been corrected.

UPDATE (3/30/15): The position in Nevada/Butler is now FILLED. The other two positions have not yet been filled.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The Heart of America Psychology Training Consortium has an accredited internship program and a non-accredited internship program. This position IS in an APA-Accredited program.

The Heart of America Psychology Training Consortium-Central Region has three vacancies available for Pathways Community Behavioral Healthcare and Royal Oaks Hospital:

• One intern position for the Nevada, MO and Butler, MO offices. Intern will travel between the two offices with primary location being Nevada, MO. See website for full description of this training opportunity.

• Two intern positions for a dual Pathways/Royal Oaks Hospital internship experience. Intern will split time and travel between Royal Oaks Hospital (Windsor, MO) and the Pathways office in Clinton, MO. See website for training opportunities available at Royal Oaks and the Clinton office.

All applications and cover letters should be directed to Dr. Cathy Grigg, Training Director at Pathways Community Behavioral Healthcare.

Note: If you have already sent in your application materials for Pathways, you can respond to that initial email (to kdixon@haptconline.org) indicating that you wish to also apply for the new positions and we will let Dr. Grigg know of your continued interest.

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: Community Services Institute, Inc. Predoctoral Psychology Internship
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2055)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.communityserv.com, jobs>internships
TD Name and Contact Info: Mark Gapen, Ph.D./BCN, 413-739-5572 x13, mark.gapen@communityserv.com
Submit applications to: mark.gapen@communityserv.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 1:45 pm Eastern Time

Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, April 7, 10:45 am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Community Services Institute, Inc. is a private full-service outpatient mental health clinic located in downtown Springfield, Massachusetts. We are currently seeking applicants to fill our 2015-2016 internship class. Interns gain experience with a diverse clientele including a large population of individuals who have migrated from Puerto Rico. Interns participate in providing services both in-clinic and on an outreach basis. Interns will gain experience working in multiple settings including: office, homes, schools, and other community settings. Interns will receive generalist training as well as specific training in issues of complex and developmental trauma. Additionally, all interns receive formal training in EEG biofeedback (neurofeedback) and ongoing supervision from a Board Certified mentor. Please review the brochure available on our website for further information.


Site: Applied Psychology Group of Texoma, Assessment Track
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2156)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.apgtexoma.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Mary L. Chlipala, 903-893-0298 - linda.chlipala@apgtexoma.com
Submit applications to: linda.chlipala@apgtexoma.com, purvi.patel@apgtexoma.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 3:15 pm Eastern Time

Date/Time Updated: Sunday, April 5, 1:30 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

APG Texoma is still interviewing for internship candidates for the 2015-2016 Internship year for Pre-Doctoral Internship in Psychology. We are seeking candidates for our assessment track. Please email Dr. Chlipala and/or Dr. Patel to schedule an interview.


Site: Bath VA Medical Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: Contact Danielle.terry@va.gov for program brochure.
TD Name and Contact Info: Danielle Terry, PhD; Danielle.terry@va.gov; 607-664-4000 x43935
Submit applications to: Danielle.terry@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 11:00 am Eastern Time

Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 2, 3:30 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

The Bath VA Medical Center is pleased to introduce its new predoctoral internship for the 2015-2016 training year. Internship graduates are prepared for professional practice in VA facilities as well as a wide range of health care settings, including medical centers and non-VA hospitals that primarily serve adults. In addition to core training rotations in outpatient mental health and substance use, interns are provided exposure to a number of specialty clinics (e.g., primary care, neuropsychology, community living center). This is a newly established program that is not currently accredited. In accordance with VA Psychology Qualification standards, VA psychology interns, even if from a not yet accredited internship, ARE ELIGIBLE for VA Postdoctoral Fellowships or VA employment. Contact Danielle.terry@va.gov for the program brochure and to apply.


Site: North Carolina State University's Counseling Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2312)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://healthcenter.ncsu.edu/counseling-center/training-opportunities/predoctoral-internship-psychology
TD Name and Contact Info: Chris Carden, Ph.D. Email: dccarden@ncsu.edu
Submit applications to: See below
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 11:00 am Eastern Time

Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 2, 3:30 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

To apply to North Carolina State University's Counseling Center for a full-time Doctoral Internship in psychology, please click on the following link: http://ncsu.qualtrics.com//SE/?SID=SV_e4MPAamas2R9JbL . You will be asked to submit a cover letter, your vita and your AAPI. We require that applicants have 400 or more direct hours of practicum experience. All formal academic coursework, accepted dissertation proposal and practicum training requirements should be completed prior to beginning the internship. Passing a criminal background check and signature of the agency confidentiality policy are required by the Counseling Center for any applicant accepted for this internship. Interviews will begin immediately, and we will continue to review applications until the position is filled.


Site: Columbia Valley Community Health
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2125)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.cvch.org/health-professionals/doctoral-internship
TD Name and Contact Info: Dominika Breedlove, Psy.D. - dbreedlove@cvch.org - 509.662.6000 ext. 1073
Submit applications to: dbreedlove@cvch.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 1:45 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 31, 1:30 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Columbia Valley Community Health (CVCH) Pre-Doctoral Internship Program offers an in-depth training experience in clinical and health psychology services at an integrated primary care community health center. The interns are considered part of the medical team and participate in provider meetings and are frequently sought after for their expertise. The interns work with children, adults, families, and groups throughout their training and provide a variety of services. We offer two intern positions and one postdoc position. CVCH is Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC).

Please note that we require all candidates to be licensed at the Master’s level at the start of their internship in Washington State. This requires 3,000 hours of post-master's supervised work or 36 months of full-time counseling experience. Please note that our agency provides extensive support for all candidates throughout the licensure application process prior to the start of internship. Please see our website for more details.

How to Apply: Interested applicants should send a cover letter, CV, and APPI to dbreedlove@cvch.org.


Site: Columbus VA, Chalmers P. Wylie Ambulatory Care Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: N/A
TD Name and Contact Info: Jennifer Finnerty, Psy.D, ABPP - 614-257-5861 - Jennifer.Finnerty2@va.gov
Submit applications to: Jennifer.Finnerty2@va.gov or Christopher.Ray5@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 3:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 31, 1:30 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

The Columbus VA, Chalmers P. Wylie VA Ambulatory Care Center (Columbus VA ACC) is accepting applications for two (2) Psychology Intern Positions. The Columbus VA internship has a focus on intraprofessional training and the psychology interns will be integrated throughout the facility in both the behavioral health and medical clinics. Psychology interns will have a full-time, year-long training experience with two 6-month rotations, a year-long minor rotation in evidence-based psychotherapeutic (EBP) interventions as well as an assessment enrichment experience.

Applicants for the internship must be attending APA-accredited doctoral programs in Clinical or Counseling Psychology. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. The Psychology Internship Program encourages applications from qualified candidates, regardless of gender, racial, ethnic, sexual orientation, disability or other minority status. Although the program is not yet accredited, interns will be eligible for employment as VA psychologists upon completion of the Psychology Internship Program.

Please contact Jennifer.Finnerty2@va.gov us for the brochure and application materials.


Site: Monterey County Behavioral Health Children’s Division
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2205)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/intern/
, http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/intern/pdf/APPIC-and-Monterey-County-Behavioral-Health-Internship-Information-2014.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Marni R. Sandoval, Training Director - sandovalmr@co.monterey.ca.us - 831-796-1512
Submit applications to: sandovalmr@co.monterey.ca.us
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 3:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, March 29, 2:00 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Monterey County Behavioral Health Children’s Division has two open positions for pre-doctoral interns. We are seeking students with interest and experience in assessment and treatment of children, youth, and families. Please see our website for a detailed program description. Within your cover letter please address the following: Languages spoken other than English; Number of completed Intervention Hours; Number of completed Assessment Hours; Professional Conduct: disciplinary actions, legal convictions, or academic program probation, suspension, or termination. Provide explanations. Please contact the Training Director if you have additional questions. Thank you.


Lakeview provides a pre-doctoral internship with a primary rotation on a child and adolescent residential treatment program, offering opportunities to work with children with emotional, behavioral, and learning disorders in the context of a multidisciplinary treatment team. A minor rotation on an adult neurobehavioral unit with neuropsychological assessment opportunities is also available. If interested, please request a copy of our internship manual, which thoroughly describes our training program by contacting me at csorenson@lakeview.ws and submit a cover letter and vita to apply.


Site: Miami Dade County Community Action and Human Services Psychology Internship Program
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1216)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.miamidade.gov/socialservices/psychology-internship.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Ana M. Faraci, Ph.D., LMFT, laj@miamidade.gov.
Submit applications to: laj@miamidade.gov
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 24, 4:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 26, 3:00 pm Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Miami Dade County Community Action and Human Services Psychology Internship Program currently has an unfilled position. Intern stipend is $15.999.20; fringe benefits consist of dissertation release time, licensing exam release time, professional development time, sick leave, vacation, and mileage reimbursement. The internship training program offers a general clinical experience where interns have the opportunity to work with a diversity of clients, early childhood, children/adolescents and adults throughout all departmental programs. The Community Action and Human Services Department's programs provide opportunities to work with the following populations: adults in inpatient substance abuse recovery, Head Start/preschool children, elderly/disabled adults, and child and adult domestic violence survivors. Interns will implement evidence based interventions tailored to meet clients' individual needs by simultaneously providing services to different departmental programs during the internship year. Clinical supervisors represent these service areas, mentoring the interns and exposing them to an array of theoretical orientations. Interns are an intricate part of the programs' multi-disciplinary teams and participate in professional development activities, such as staffings, program development, etc. Interns also work closely with the practicum students; they are exposed to a quasi-supervisory role with the master level students through our mentor-practitioner model. There are also opportunities for the interns to participate in providing professional presentations and staff trainings within the Department and the community, fostering scholarly inquiry and professional development. Interns must have a means of transportation available throughout the year, willing to make home visits of program clients, partake in a background check investigation/physical examination/drug screen; internship may require evening and holiday time. Program’s starting date is August 24, 2015. For detailed information about our internship program, download our Handbook on Psychology Internship Training from our website, http://www.miamidade.gov/socialservices/psychology-internship.asp or contact the training director Ana M. Faraci, Ph.D., LMFT, laj@miamidade.gov.


Site: Minnesota Department of Corrections - Shakopee
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1764)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.doc.state.mn.us/PAGES/index.php/employment-opportunities/intern-positions/pre-doctoral-psychology-internship/
TD Name and Contact Info: Terry Jorgenson, Psy.D., LP- terry.jorgenson@state.mn.us
Submit applications to: sara.prescher@state.mn.us, garry.allen@state.mn.us, terry.jorgenson@state.mn.us
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 24, 3:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Please refer to the above website and/or contact our Training Director for details related to our program. We will review application materials and contact suitable candidates to schedule brief phone interviews starting Wednesday 3/25/2015 and Thursday 3/26/15 (if necessary). After interviews are complete, we will then promptly contact our top candidate via phone to submit an offer.


Site: Lakeview Specialty Hospital and Rehab - Child and Adolescent Residential Treatment Program
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1916)

APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.lakeviewsystem.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Cynthia Sorenson, Psy.D. - csorenson@lakeview.ws
Submit applications to: csorenson@lakeview.ws
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 1:45 pm Eastern Time

Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 27, 9:45 am Eastern Time (Positions Filled)

PLEASE NOTE: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED