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Current List of Available Positions

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


Updated Saturday, June 15, 10:00 pm Eastern Time


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The APPIC Post-Match Vacancy Service (PMVS) provides a list of internship programs that are seeking applicants for unfilled positions for the 2019-20 training year. This list is NOT automatically generated, as internship Training Directors must submit information in order to be included on this list. This list is divided into two sections, open and filled/closed positions, and the most recent postings (including updates to earlier postings) will be added to the top of each section. Please check back regularly for new vacancies and updates, particularly during the first few days of operation. Those who wish to be notified via e-mail of updates to this list may sign up for such notifications here after March 1, 2019.

Information about the PMVS (including how to submit an application for these listed positions) is available here. Please note that all individuals who use the APPIC PMVS, including Training Directors and internship applicants, must abide by the APPIC Match Policies. The PMVS operates from March 25, 2019 through October 31, 2019.

Students must be enrolled in a PMVS-eligible doctoral program in order to use the PMVS and/or accept a position at an internship program that registered for the Match or PMVS. Information on PMVS eligibility for doctoral programs and students can be found here (see "APPLICANT FEES AND ELIGIBILITY"). A list of doctoral programs that are eligible for the PMVS can be found here (click on "Eligible Doctoral Programs").

IMPORTANT NOTE: Some sites that participate in the APPIC Post-Match Vacancy Service are not accredited and/or not APPIC members. The accreditation and APPIC membership statuses of programs in the Post-Match Vacancy Service are included in each listing, below.

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OPEN POSITIONS

Site: YCS Institute for Infant and Preschool Mental Health – Bilingual/Spanish Track
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1251)

Location: East Orange, NJ
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.ycs.org/index.php/internship-for-pre-doctoral-students/
TD Name and Contact Info: Amanda Poling-Tierney, PsyD (apoling@ycs.org; 973-395-5500)
Submit applications to: apoling@ycs.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, June 3, 8:00am Eastern Time

The YCS Institute has 1 NEW APA-accredited internship position for our Bilingual/Spanish track. The Bilingual/Spanish track intern predominately provides outpatient assessment and therapy services to children and adolescents aged 0-21 in our Union City, NJ, location. All interns also have a unique opportunity to provide dyadic psychotherapy and run Baby Steps groups for clients aged 0-3 and their caregivers. Ability to provide services in Spanish is required. As our internship begins on 07/08/19, we can only receive applications until 06/07/19 due to the time needed to complete the paperwork and requirements of our HR department (background check, fingerprinting, physical). Application materials required include: 1) AAPI brief application; 2) Cover Letter; 3) CV; 4) three letters of recommendation; 5) Transcript – unofficial acceptable; 6) De-identified testing report.



Site: Minnesota Sex Offender Program
Accreditation: NO (see additional info below)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2090)

Location: St. Peter, MN
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://mn.gov/dhs/general-public/about-dhs/employment/internships/doctoral-internship.jsp
TD Name and Contact Info: Lauren Herbert, Psy.D., LP - lauren.a.herbert@state.mn.us
Submit applications to: lauren.a.herbert@state.mn.us
Date/Time Added: Monday, May 27, 6:30pm Eastern Time

The Minnesota Sex Offender Program would like to announce that we have one additional internship slot remaining for the 2019-2020 training year. We have been awarded an accreditation site visit by APA; however, please be advised that there are no guarantees that we will ultimately achieve accreditation. Please contact Dr. Herbert directly for a copy of our internship manual, any questions, and to apply to our internship program. We will be accepting applications through 11:59pm CST, May 31, 2019 (or until the position is filled) and will hold interviews as applications come in.



Site: Frostburg State University
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2311)

Location: Frostburg, MD
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.frostburg.edu/student-life/campus-services/caps/
TD Name and Contact Info: Patricia Robison, Ph.D., 301-687-4234; probison@frostburg.edu
Submit applications to: probison@frostburg.edu
Date/Time Added: Sunday, May 19, 8:00pm Eastern Time

Frostburg State University’s Psychology Internship Program (2311) now has one vacant position in our internship program and we are currently accepting applications for the position. Applicants should send the required items: a .pdf copy of the “basic” AAPI application; a cover letter specific to our site; a curriculum vita. We are also requesting the following: the standardized reference forms from the interns reference-writers; the DCT’s “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness; and answers to the 4 essay questions on the AAPI. In addition to the $24,000 annual salary, we are now providing RENT-FREE, on-campus housing to our interns during the year that they are at our site. The housing consists of a modestly furnished 2-bedroom apartment and is available only to the intern. More details regarding housing will be provided to interested applicants. You can see more details regarding our internship program at https://www.frostburg.edu/student-life/campus-services/caps/



Site: Harbor Care Health and Wellness Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Nashua, NH
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.harborhomes.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Susan G. Vonderheide, Ph.D., APRN - s.vonderheide@nhpartnership.org
Submit applications to: s.vonderheide@nhpartnership.org
Date/Time Added: Sunday, May 19, 8:00pm Eastern Time

One internship opening is available for a combination Integrated Health/Traditional Psychotherapy Internship at Harbor Care Health and Wellness Center. This site specializes in Integrated Healthcare, a future goal of healthcare in the United States which emphasizes behavioral health in the context of Medical Care. We also offer Dental Services, Substance Use Disorder Treatment, Pharmaceutical Services, and Laboratory Services at our Federally Qualified Health Center. The internship will consist of half the hours spent in the Medical Clinic and half the hours on the Behavioral Health floor of the site. The program is run by two New Hampshire licensed psychologists, with additional adjunct psychologists who are professors at Antioch University and Rivier University. We offer services to low-income individuals and families in our community, as well as middle-class residents. The population is extremely diverse, spanning all ages and many ethnic groups. Interns will have the opportunity to be involved in a Partial Hospital Program for patients with Substance Use Disorder and co-morbid diagnoses, as well participating in crisis-oriented counseling in our medical clinic and Mobile Crisis Response Team. Medical clinic hours will be focused on issues such as improving health-related behaviors and educating patients in regard to such issues as stress reduction, smoking cessation, parenting skills, and a myriad of concerns. Traditional psychotherapy, as well as family therapy, is conducted on the behavioral health floor of the building with patients seen in an office setting. Supervising psychologists have both Social Learning Theory/Cognitive-Behavioral and Psychodynamic backgrounds. Dr. Vonderheide, the program director, also has a license as a psychiatric nurse practitioner and can prescribe medication. Interns will have the opportunity to refer appropriate patients for medication and sometimes attend their pharmacological appointments with Dr. Vonderheide. The successful candidate will have an interest in treating patients from all walks of life, and with various modalities of intervention, including psychological and pharmacological, with an emphasis on health and wellness. Annual stipend is $30,000 with 2 weeks vacation, and employer-sponsored health insurance individuals and families is available.



Site: Middlesex Hospital (now Middlesex Health) Center for Behavioral Health - Adult Track
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2273)

Location: Middletown, CT
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://middlesexhospital.org/healthcare-professionals/doctoral-internship-in-professional-psychology
TD Name and Contact Info: Marlene Baldizon, Ph.D. - 860-358-3439 - marlene.baldizon@midhosp.org
Submit applications to: marlene.baldizon@midhosp.org
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 27, 11:45pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, May 13, 3:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATED 5/13/19: Our internship program has been accredited by the American Psychological Association.

ORIGINAL LISTING: We are welcoming applications to the Adult Track of Middlesex Hospital Center for Behavioral Health. Our internship program offers outpatient services for adults although the hospital also offers inpatient and partial hospitalization services. We see clients with a range of diversity and psychiatric difficulties as well as dual diagnoses. Middlesex Hospital, now renamed Middlesex Health, has also earned designation as a Human Rights Campaign LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Leader. Further training opportunities are available through our transgender programs and opportunities for bariatric evaluations are also available.



Site: Twin Cities Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2308)

Location: St. Paul, MN
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.careprofiler.org/tc-pic.html
TD Name and Contact Info: Casey Lankow, PsyD, LP (casey.lankow@careprofiler.com; 218-371-9438)
Submit applications to: casey.lankow@careprofiler.com
Date/Time Added: Thursday, May 2, 11:45am Eastern Time

Twin Cities Psychology Internship Consortium (TCPIC) is pleased to announce that we have one doctoral internship position to be filled for the 2019-2020 training year. TCPIC, located in Minneapolis/St. Paul, is committed to providing trainees with a well-rounded training experience, offering opportunities for experiencing the breadth of the professional practice of psychology. Consortium opportunities include opportunities in organizational psychology, community mental health, geriatric psychology, private practice, assessment, consultation, research, and supervision. Application materials: (1) A completed AAPI (APPIC’s standard application). (2) Cover letter (part of on‐line AAPI). (3) A current Curriculum Vitae (as part of the on‐line AAPI). (4) Supplementary materials: One de-identified, integrated assessment report or equivalent writing sample



Site: Rutgers School Psychology Internship Consortium - Center for Children with Special Needs
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2380)

Location: Glastonbury, CT
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://gsapp.rutgers.edu/programs/psy-internship-consortium
TD Name and Contact Info: Patrick Connelly, Psy.D. - piconn@gsapp.rutgers.edu, (732) 241-2154
Submit applications to: v
Date/Time Added: Friday, April 19, 8:45pm Eastern Time

The Center for Children with Special Needs provides a full range of psychological services to individuals with complex developmental disabilities. This includes comprehensive assessments and a broad range of interventions. As part of the Rutgers School Psychology Internship Consortium, interns receive additional didactic and supervision opportunities.



Site: Nebraska Internship Consortium of Professional Psychology - Department of Health and Human Services
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1416)

Location: Beatrice, NE
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://cehs.unl.edu/nicpp/beatrice-state-developmental-center/
TD Name and Contact Info: Dennis E. McChargue, Ph.D. - dmcchargue2@unl.edu
Submit applications to: tessa.svoboda@nebraska.gov
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, April 10, 3:30pm Eastern Time

We currently have one open intern position with the Department of Health and Human Services, Developmental Disability Division. Our internship program offers a wide variety of training with adults with developmental disabilities in an Integrated Care Facility. Interns gain experience working on interdisciplinary teams as well as writing and implementing behavior support programs. Interns are also responsible for training staff on how to implement the plans as well as monitoring and analyzing the data related to these plans. Interns also have the option to obtain BCBA supervised fieldwork hours throughout the internship year. Interested candidates are asked to email a cover letter, copy of the APPI, essays, references, graduate school transcripts, and a CV to the above address.



Site: Idaho Psychology Internship Consortium (ID-PIC)
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2080)

Location: Boise, Idaho
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://idaho-pic.org/
TD Name and Contact Info: Susan Martin, PsyD, susan.martin@FMRIdaho.org
Submit applications to: susan.martin@FMRIdaho.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 12:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, April 9, 1:30pm Eastern Time

UPDATED 4/9/19: ID-PIC is still accepting applications for the following sites within our consortium: Boise State University Counseling Services and Pearl Health Clinic.

ORIGINAL LISTING: ID-PIC (https://idaho-pic.org/) has the following positions remaining for the Post Match Vacancy Service: Boise State University Counseling Services in Boise, ID, Idaho State University Family Medicine Residency in Pocatello, ID, State Hospital South in Blackfoot, ID, and Pearl Health Clinic in Idaho Falls, ID. ID-PIC is comprised of five agencies organized to provide a broad, high-quality and culturally-relevant training program to support the preparation and retention of doctoral­ level psychologists in Idaho. Please note that current psychology licensure rules in the state of Idaho do not require an APA-accredited internship program, meaning that applicants/interns wishing to practice in Idaho or in many other states will be license eligible.

Please submit your AAPI/Basic AAPI, CV, cover letter, essays, reference letters, and DCT “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness” form to Training Director Susan Martin, PsyD at susan.martin@FMRIdaho.org. Interviews will be held via videoconference. Please contact Program Director Susan Martin, PsyD or Program Consultant Bethany Rigles, PhD (brigles@wiche.edu) with any questions.



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

Location: Fayetteville/Hope Mills/ Raeford, NC
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 - (910) 860-7008
Submit applications to: Dr.ketchman@yahoo.com
Date/Time Added: Friday, April 5, 11:30am Eastern Time

The Haymount Institute has offered exceptional training in the area of psychodiagnostic assessment since 2009. The breadth of training is extensive, inclusive of all individuals ages three and up, and interns are afforded the opportunity to work with individuals from all cultural backgrounds. The internship predominately focuses on psychological assessment, with experiences in forensics, neuropsychology, pre-surgical evaluations, and a broad range of general psychological assessment. Haymount Institute provides a flexible work schedule, a strong family-oriented atmosphere, and unparalleled training in the integral parts of private practice development, including mental health advocacy, private practice management, navigation of managed care, billing, credentialing, and general business of psychology. Exposure to such a wide range of experiences will fully prepare interns for all aspects of clinical practice following the internship year. Postdoctoral residency positions are also available.

Currently, the Haymount Institute has two positions open, one for the General Testing Track, and one for the ASD Track. 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.

Visit our website for more information: www.haymountinstitute.com/. Specific information related to the Doctoral Internship is available by clicking the Internship tab on the Home page of the Haymount Institute website. Please respond to Dr. Christopher Ketchman at dr.ketchman@yahoo.com if you are interested in applying for the Doctoral Internship position.



Site: L.U.K. Crisis Center, Inc.
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2277)

Location: Fitchburg, MA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.luk.org
TD Name and Contact Info: David J. Hamolsky, PsyD - dhamolsky@luk.org - 978-829-2236
Submit applications to: dhamolsky@luk.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:50pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, March 30, 2:30pm Eastern Time

UPDATED 3/30/19: This internship is a 12-month, 1,800-hour training experience (with up to 2,000 hours of training available, if preferred). Interns receive a stipend of $25,000 and a total of seven (7) weeks (35 days) of time off during the twelve (12) month period. Time off may be utilized with approval for vacation, holidays, sick time, dissertation release time, and professional development time. Travel reimbursement is provided for Internship-related activities. We are happy to consider applicants from non-APA accredited programs.

ORIGINAL LISTING: The L.U.K. Crisis Center, Inc. welcomes qualified applicants to submit applications for our Doctoral Internship Program in Clinical Psychology. Located in Central Massachusetts (Fitchburg, MA) LUK has one (1) full-time Internship position available for the 2019-2020 Internship Year. Interns are placed in our Behavioral Health Services Division and work as full members of multi-disciplinary teams providing individual, group and family therapy to children, youth, families, and adults. Interns also conduct psychological testing with children and youth utilizing full standard batteries and completing integrated psychological evaluations. Interns provide services in outpatient, school-based, and community-based settings and will learn an ecosystemic, trauma-informed treatment approach. Interns will participate in individual and group supervision, didactic seminars (i.e., Psychological Testing and Family Systems Seminar), and a rich variety or other training opportunities. Interns may also gain experience by accessing LUK’s wide continuum of services including group care, foster care, and transition to independent living services.

Only applicants who meet eligibility criteria for the APPIC Post-Match Vacancy Service may apply. Please submit applications via email to David J. Hamolsky, PsyD at dhamolsky@luk.org.

Please include the following in your application: (1) A .pdf copy of your "basic" AAPI (2) A cover letter describing your interest in LUK’s Internship Program (3) A curriculum vita (4) Your answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI (5) Standardized Reference Forms (If you have copies of Reference Forms, please include them. If you do not have copies, it is acceptable not to include the Reference Forms.) (6) Your Director of Clinical Training’s (DCT) "Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness" (If you have a copy of the DCT’s "Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness", please include it. If you do not have a copy, it is acceptable not to include.) (7) Graduate Transcripts (It is acceptable to include your copy of your Graduate Transcripts.)

If you have any questions regarding LUK’s Doctoral Internship Program, please contact David Hamolsky, PsyD at dhamolsky@luk.org.



Site: Utah Psychology Internship Consortium (UT-PIC)
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: American Fork, UT
Website: http://ut-pic.org/
TD Name and Contact Info: Cathie Fox, Ph.D., cathie.fox@imail.org
Submit applications to: cathie.fox@imail.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, March 30, 2:30pm Eastern Time

UPDATED 3/30/19: Our stipend is $26,000 per year plus full benefits. Southwest Behavioral Health focuses on child and adolescent populations while Valley Behavioral Health offers a combination of child, adolescent, and adult experiences. Dixie State University is college counseling center.

ORIGINAL LISTING: UT-PIC (https://ut-pic.org/) has the following positions remaining for the Post Match Vacancy Service: Dixie State University in St. George, UT, Southwest Behavioral Health Center in St. George, UT, and Valley Behavioral Health in Salt Lake City, UT. UT-PIC is comprised of four agencies organized to provide a broad, high-quality and culturally-relevant training program to support the preparation and retention of doctoral­ level psychologists in Utah. UT-PIC is happy to offer a $5,000 housing stipend for all interns in addition to the training stipend. Please note that current psychology licensure rules in the state of Utah do not require an APA-accredited internship program, meaning that applicants/interns wishing to practice in Utah or in many other states will be license eligible.

Please submit your AAPI/Basic AAPI, CV, cover letter, essays, reference letters, and DCT “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness” form to Program Director Cathie Fox at cathie.fox@imail.org. Interviews will be held via videoconference. Please contact Program Director Cathie Fox, Ph.D. (cathie.fox@imail.org) or Program Consultant Hannah Koch, Psy.D. (hkoch@wiche.edu) with any questions.



Site: Mid-Michigan Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2447)

Location: Ann Arbor, Brighton, and Saginaw, Michigan
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://education.msu.edu/cepse/school-psychology/mmpic/
TD Name and Contact Info: Jana Aupperlee (AUPPERL3@msu.edu) and Blake Lancaster (blancast@med.umich.edu)
Submit applications to: AUPPERL3@msu.edu
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 27, 11:45pm Eastern Time

The MMPIC trainers wish to announce that we still have 4 unfilled psychology intern positions.

Available positions are as follows:
Saginaw Public Schools (Saginaw, MI) (2 interns)
Sunfield Center for Autism, ADHD, and Behavioral Health (Ann Arbor, MI)
Thriving Minds Behavioral Health (Brighton, MI)

MMPIC offers intensive, structured, training experiences with a school-aged population at the individual, family, school, and systems-level. MMPIC values evidence-based practices that take into consideration individual, cultural, ethnic, and societal differences. Our training sites include a hospital, clinical settings, and school districts.

The consortium accepts applicants with a child and adolescent focus from school and clinical psychology doctoral programs; preference is given to interns from accredited programs. To apply, please contact Dr. Aupperlee via email. In addition to the required application materials, please include the Standardized Reference Forms (sent by the applicant OR a reference-writer), graduate transcripts, and answers to the four essay questions in the APPI.



Site: Edmonton Health and Counselling Psychology Residency Consortium
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Website: N/A
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Kevin Wallace, 780-492-8963, kevin.wallace@ualberta.ca
Submit applications to: kevin.wallace@ualberta.ca
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

NOTE FROM APPIC: Please be aware that this consortium is one of two similarly-named consortia that are both located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Health/Psychosocial Oncology Major Rotation: The Edmonton Health and Counselling Psychology Residency Consortium (EHCPRC) is a consortium of 4 sites including the University of Alberta, Alberta Health Services, the YWCA, and Millard Health (WCB). Our Main areas of training is Clinical and Counselling psychology across the lifespan with specialized training in interventions, formal assessment and health psychology. We presently have one remaining major rotation available at the Cross Cancer Institute (Alberta Health Services). This is primarily a Psychosocial Oncology rotation that includes very diverse experiences working with inpatients and outpatients in a rich multidisciplinary team environment. If you are interested in more information or to receive a brochure about our consortium, please contact Dr. Kevin Wallace at kevin.wallace@ualberta.ca.



Site: Northern California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Consortium (NCDCRC) - California Men’s Colony
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2363)

Location: San Luis Obispo, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://cchcs.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/60/Careers/NCDCRCPsychologyInternshipHandbook.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Frank Weber - frank.weber@cdcr.ca.gov
Submit applications to: frank.weber@cdcr.ca.gov
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

The Northern California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Consortium (NCDCRC) is a consortium of 4 correctional facilities in Northern California and is an APPIC member. The consortium is currently involved in the APA accreditation process and a site visit is scheduled for May 2019. Please be advised that there is no assurance that we will be able to successfully achieve accreditation. Each site offers experiences in both treatment and psychological assessment, in addition to a robust didactic schedule. The interns are salaried employees of the State of California (approx. $3600/mo) and full medical benefits are provided. There are currently openings at California Men’s Colony in San Luis Obispo, CA. Interested applicants please email Dr. Weber at frank.weber@cdcr.ca.gov.



Site: Aleda E. Lutz VA Medical Center – Mental Health Clinic/Pain Resource Team
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2464)

Location: Saginaw, MI
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.saginaw.va.gov/careers/PsychologyTrainingProgram.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Amie Paradine, Psy.D. (amie.paradine-hawver@va.gov) and Adrienne West, Ph.D. (Acting Director, Adrienne.West@va.gov)
Submit applications to: amie.paradine-hawver@va.gov and Adrienne.West@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

The Aleda E. Lutz VA in Saginaw, Michigan is recruiting to fill one psychology internship position in the combined Mental Health Outpatient/Pain Resource Team track. Interns in this rotation work on multidisciplinary teams at our health care center to provide outpatient mental health services. Interns also work on an interprofessional team at our medical center campus to help patients and medical staff gain deeper insight into a biopsychosocial understanding of the patient’s chronic pain. Minor rotations are also offered in neuropsychology, health behavior, community living center/palliative care, and compensation & pension. Interested candidates are asked to email a cover letter, copy of the APPI, essays, references, graduate school transcripts, and a CV to the above addresses.



Site: Northern Arizona Healthcare
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2418)

Location: Flagstaff, AZ
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.nahlink.com/education-home/northern-arizona-healthcares-psychology-doctoral-training-program
TD Name and Contact Info: John B Martin, PhD - johnb.martin@nahealth.com
Submit applications to: johnb.martin@nahealth.com
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

The Psychology Doctoral Training Program at Northern Arizona Healthcare has one opening in its Health Psychology Internship for 2019-2020. This is an exciting opportunity to pursue internship training in a dynamic and diverse environment at 7,000 feet above sea level. For more information, see our webpage and/or contact our Training Director: JohnB.Martin@nahealth.com



Site: Fairfax Behavioral Health (inpatient services)
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2131)

Location: Kirkland (Seattle), WA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.Fairfaxhospital.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Debra Horowski, Ph.D. - debbie.horowski@uhsinc.com; 425-821-2000 ext. 1999
Submit applications to: debbie.horowski@uhsinc.com
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

Fairfax Behavioral Health has one remaining opportunity to join the doctoral internship training program (cohort of 4 trainees) from 7/1/19 – 6/30/20. This training site provides a rich environment for team based interventions provided to patients in an acute setting through individual assessment, collateral coordination, group therapy and psychological testing. It affords a unique opportunity to engage patients of all diagnostic groups including clinical presentations not typically seen in outpatient settings. Training is supported by individual supervision as well as didactics ranging from psychological testing with an emphasis on the Exner Rorschach scoring system, group dynamics, and treatment theory and approaches including for example systems theory, behaviorism and object relations.



Site: VA Illiana Health Care System
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1269)

Location: Danville, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.danville.va.gov/careers/Psychology_Internship_and_Practicum_Program.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Tressa H. Crook, Psy.D. - Tressa.Crook@va.gov
Submit applications to: Tressa.Crook@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 3:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

UPDATED 3/27/19: Please note that we are not accepting applications from students interested in pursuing a Neuropsychology postdoc; our Neuropsychology Track is full.

ORIGINAL LISTING: The VA Iliana Health Care System, accredited by the American Psychological Association since 1976 and recently re-accredited through 2028, is pleased to offer a Standard Clinical Track internship position for the 2019-2020 training year. Please visit our webpage for more information. To apply, please submit the following: (1) AAPI (2) Cover Letter – please be sure to include a list of the three placements you believe you would select for your internship year from the Specialized Training Options described on page 13 of our web brochure, (3) Curriculum Vita, (4) Three Standardized Reference Forms (sent by you or your reference-writers), (5) DCT's "Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness" (sent by you or your or your DCT), (6) Answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI, (7) Graduate Transcripts, (8) A treatment or case summary, and (9) A psychological evaluation report



Site: Desert Psychological
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2370)

Location: Las Vegas, NV
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.desertpsychological.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Stephanie Holland - drholland@desertpsychnv.com - 702-650-6508
Submit applications to: drholland@desertpsychnv.com (Please indicate in Subject Line that you are submitting your application)
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:50pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

UPDATED 3/27/19: Our stipend is $26,000 per year with 5 paid holidays and 5 personal days.

ORIGINAL LISTING: Our practice has openings in Clinical, Forensic and Neuro Psychology. Las Vegas is a growing and vibrant city with an expanding mental health community. Since our inception in 1997 Desert Psychological has grown into a large practice offering comprehensive mental health services including psychological testing, psychotherapy, and rehabilitative services. We also serve as a research affiliate of the University of Nevada Las Vegas.

We collaborate with community partners including the Department of Children and Family Services, Caliente Youth Center, Family Court, and other stakeholders who strive to serve at-risk children and their families in the greater Las Vegas community. We are an approved Medicaid provider as well as Anthem Medicaid, and have contracts with the State of NV, the Bureau of Disability and the Veterans Administration to provide various types of assessments.

If interested, please send the following materials. Do not hesitate to reach out to us with any questions you may have. We will be scheduling interviews by video conference. (1) A pdf copy of your "basic" AAPI application (2) A Cover Letter (i.e., describing your specific interests in our program) (3) A Curriculum Vita (4)Answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI



Site: Valley Health Systems, Department of Behavioral Medicine
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Huntington, WV
Website: http://valleyhealth.org/doctoral-internships/
TD Name and Contact Info: Rebecca Denning, Psy.D., ABPP - rdenning@valleyhealth.org, 304-399-3310
Submit applications to: rdenning@valleyhealth.org with Doctoral Internship in subject line
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 26, 1:45pm Eastern Time

The Doctoral Internship at Valley Health Systems is designed to train future psychologists to work in integrated primary care settings. Interns provide services in integrated primary care clinics, outpatient behavioral health clinics, psychological assessment clinics, and through our Medication Assisted Therapy (MAT) for opioid addiction program. Training experiences in the DBT program are possible, if desired. For additional information about the program, please review the materials on the website and direct questions to the Director of Training. Applicants must hold a master’s degree in psychology due to credentialing constraints. Applicants should submit a copy of their AAPI, a cover letter, CV, standardized reference forms and a Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness from the Director of Clinical Training.



Site: University of Dayton Counseling Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2357)

Location: Dayton, OH
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://udayton.edu/studev/health_wellness/counselingcenter/internship/index.php
TD Name and Contact Info: Matt Heiner, Ph.D.; 937-229-3141; mheiner1@udayton.edu
Submit applications to: mheiner1@udayton.edu
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 26, 1:45pm Eastern Time

The University of Dayton Doctoral Internship Program has two internship positions open for the 2019-20 year. Doctoral interns will gain experience providing individual and group therapy to a college population. Other opportunities include providing supervision to a graduate trainee and participating in outreach and consultation across campus. This is a great fit for those wishing to start a career in college mental health. Please submit applications by email.



Site: Liberty Healthcare Corp. - Clinical Psychology Forensic Training Program
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2040)

Location: Rushville, IL
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: Tuesday, March 26, 1:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 26, 1:45pm Eastern Time

UPDATED 3/26/19: Stipend is $45,000.

ORIGINAL LISTING: Liberty Healthcare in coordination with the Illinois Department of Human Services-Treatment & Detention Facility is offering the unique Internship opportunity to complete a Doctoral Psychology Internship specializing in Sex Offender Treatment. Preferred applicants are in a doctoral program completing a doctorate in clinical, counseling or clinical forensic psychology. This one-year Psychology training will offer the selected candidates the opportunity to participate in intensive sex offender-specific group therapy with an experienced co-therapist. During this treatment-intensive, pre-doctoral internship training, the Interns will function as a member of a multidisciplinary team providing psychological testing and report writing; treatment planning; as well as, group and individual treatment. The Intern will participate in weekly training provided in multiple formats including case conferencing, multidisciplinary treatment plan staffing, staff trainings and didactic seminars. Two licensed psychologists will provide supervision to the Intern. We have five open positions.



Site: West Chester University Community Mental Health Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2469)

Location: West Chester, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://wcupa.edu/communitymentalhealth
TD Name and Contact Info: Leanne Valentine, Ph.D. - evalentine@wcupa.edu
Submit applications to: evalentine@wcupa.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 2:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 26, 1:45pm Eastern Time

UPDATED 3/26/19: The WCU Community Mental Health Services Pre-Doctoral Internship Training program offers opportunities to provide psychotherapy to children, adolescents and adults in a community mental health setting. We offer training in individual, couples, family and group therapy. We also provide psychoeducational and psychodiagnostic assessments at low cost to WCU students and members of the greater West Chester community. Our interns are involved in the training and supervision of practicum students (under supervision) as well as outreach and consultation with organizations in the community.

ORIGINAL LISTING: WCU Community Mental Health Services has two pre-doctoral internship positions available. If interested, please submit the basic APPIC application, DCT Verification of Internship Eligibility, cover letter and CV to Dr. Valentine at evalentine@wcupa.edu.



Site: Wheeler Clinic
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Plainville, CT
Website: https://www.wheelerclinic.org/careers/integrated-healthcare-psychology-internship
TD Name and Contact Info: Elisabeth Cannata, Ph.D. - ecannata@wheelerclinic.org - 860 793-3547
Submit applications to: ecannata@wheelerclinic.org
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 26, 1:00pm Eastern Time

New Psychology Internship Program in Integrated Healthcare at Wheeler Clinic in Connecticut is accepting intern applications for two openings for September 2019. This internship will provide exceptional opportunity to develop skills for working in a fully integrated healthcare setting through a primary rotation in one of the agencies Family Health and Wellness Centers. In addition, interns have the opportunity to select secondary rotations from an outstanding array of cutting-edge behavioral health programs across the lifespan. Please visit our website to learn more about Wheeler Clinic, our 50 year history of being a leader in behavioral health innovation, and our new integrated healthcare psychology internship.

Applications will be accepted from doctoral students of clinical, counseling or health psychology. Application materials should include: PDF of basic AAPI, Cover letter indicating why you are interested in Wheeler’s Integrated Healthcare Psychology Internship, Curriculum vitae, 2 references, Director of Clinical Training Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness, Graduate Transcript(s), responses to four essay questions from the AAPI.

All applicants will be notified of receipt of their application and whether they will be offered an interview. Interviews will be conducted in person or by videoconferencing based on the applicant’s preference. Candidates remaining under serious consideration will be requested to submit sample Psychological Evaluation or comprehensive clinical assessment.

Questions about the internship and applications should be directed to Dr. Elisabeth Cannata at: ecannata@wheelerclinic.org.



Site: University of Colorado Colorado Springs – Mental Health Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Colorado Springs, CO
Website: https://www.uccs.edu/recwellness/mental-health-services/training
TD Name and Contact Info: Cathy Calvert, PsyD - 719-255-3660 - ccalvert@uccs.edu
Submit applications to: ccalvert@uccs.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:50pm Eastern Time

Our Mental Health services at University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) is a part of an integrated health care setting. Within our facility we have the mental health services, medical services, recreational facilities and dietetic services providing a collaborative wellness approach for our students. Colorado Springs, CO sits at the base of the beautiful Pikes Peak mountain and our mountains provide a wonderful opportunity for our community to enjoy the outdoors. Our campus, as well as our city, is focused on creating a wholistic approach to health and wellbeing. We provide mental health services for a campus with traditional students, as well as commuter students. Additionally, because of our many military bases in the area we have a significant number of our students who are military affiliated and we serve a number of veterans and their families. The internship program at UCCS provides many opportunities for direct service to our students through a variety of mental health issues, psychological assessments/testing, as well as being a part of a proactive team that is educating our students on achieving health and wellness. When applying please submit the required application items (copy of the basic AAPI, cover letter, and curriculum vita) along with the standardized reference forms, DCT’s verification of internship eligibility and readiness form, your answers to the four essay questions on AAPI, and your graduate transcripts.



Site: Brain and Body Integration-Colorado Springs
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2416)

Location: Colorado Springs, CO
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.brainandbodyintegration.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Ryan Cole, drcole@brainandbodyintegration.org
Submit applications to: drcole@brainandbodyintegration.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 4:00pm Eastern Time

Our program has 3 openings for pre-doctoral internship. Our program has a special emphasis on psychological/neuropsychological evaluation. Please send applications to drcole@brainandbodyintegration.org if you are interested in applying to program.



Site: Brain and Body Integration-Denver
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2417)

Location: Denver, CO
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.brainandbodyintegration.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Ryan Cole, drcole@brainandbodyintegration.org
Submit applications to: drcole@brainandbodyintegration.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 4:00pm Eastern Time

Our program has 2 openings for pre-doctoral internship. Our program has a special emphasis on psychological/neuropsychological evaluation. Please send applications to drcole@brainandbodyintegration.org if you are interested in applying to program.



Site: Buffalo Psychiatric Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2390)

Location: Buffalo, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.omh.ny.gov/omhweb/facilities/bupc/index.html
TD Name and Contact Info: William Reynolds, 716-816-2297, William.Reynolds@omh.ny.gov
Submit applications to: William.Reynolds@omh.ny.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 4:00pm Eastern Time

The Buffalo Psychiatric Center (BPC) internship is New York State inpatient psychiatric facility currently looking to fill two slots. Interested applicants should contact the Training Director at BPC at William.Reynolds@omh.ny.gov



Site: Jamaica Hospital Medical Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2434)

Location: New York, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://jamaicahospital.org/clinical-services/psychiatry/clinical-psychology-training-for-doctoral-students/
TD Name and Contact Info: Pravina Nair, PsyD - 718-206-7344 - pnair@jhmc.org
Submit applications to: pnair@jhmc.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 3:30pm Eastern Time

Jamaica Hospital Medical Center has one remaining position available for the 2019-2020 Internship year. The position is full time and has $25,000 yearly stipend with fringe and benefits. This internship allows trainees to obtain 2000 hours of supervised experience.

Jamaica Hospital Medical Center is located in the Queens county, NYC, one of the most diverse places in the world and our patient population reflect this diversity as well. At our site, our interns have an enriching experience providing treatment to both adults and children with varying degrees of psychopathology and psychosocial issues. Some of our patients also have co-morbid substance use problems and personality disorders. Our program is unique due its structure which allows interns to gain a well rounded experience working with a diverse population in 4 separate divisions of the psychiatry department. They receive training in the outpatient mental health clinic, inpatient unit, consultation/liaison team and comprehensive psychiatric emergency program!

If interested, please send a CV, 3 letters of reference, one writing sample (assessment, case conceptualization, intake, treatment summary etc), transcript and eligibility letter from DCT to pnair@jhmc.org.



Site: Clifford Beers Doctoral Psychology Internship Program
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1721)

Location: New Haven, CT
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.cliffordbeers.org/psychology-and-doctoral-internships
TD Name and Contact Info: Alana Embriano, PsyD - 516-502-5892 - Aembriano@cliffordbeers.org
Submit applications to: Aembriano@cliffordbeers.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 3:30pm Eastern Time

2 positions open at our Marne Street clinic track (172111) and 1 position open for our general outpatient clinic (172113). Descriptions of both can be found in detail on our website. Additional materials to include are a de-identified psychological report, 3 references, and graduate transcripts. We are not APA accredited but have submitted our self-study; please be advised that there is no guarantee that we will ultimately achieved accreditation.



Site: Wilmington VA Medical Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2303)

Location: Wilmington, DE
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.wilmington.va.gov/careers/Psychology_Internship_Training.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Claire Wu - 302-994-2511x4356, claire.wu@va.gov
Submit applications to: claire.wu@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 3:30pm Eastern Time

The Wilmington VA Medical Center is located 3 miles from Wilmington, DE, and 40 miles from Philadelphia. We are seeking to fill the 1 remaining position in our 2-position program. To apply, please submit the entire AAPI (including application, cover letter, essays, CV, references and DCT verification of internship eligibility and readiness) via email to Dr. Wu.

The mission of the Wilmington VAMC’s Psychology Internship Program is to develop competent psychologists dedicated to delivering proficient, ethical, evidenced-based psychological treatment in a multitude of interdisciplinary settings. We are committed to the provision of recovery-oriented care that maximizes individual strengths, promotes human dignity, and values individual differences. Interns will work primarily in our Recovery Clinic (general outpatient mental health), with specialized rotations available in Military Sexual Trauma, Combat Trauma, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (HPDP), and the Geropsychology/Palliative Care clinic. The Primary Care Mental Health Integration (PCMHI) clinic may also be available, pending staffing.

Internship appointments are for 2080 hours, which is equivalent to full-time status for one year. The current stipend is $28,257, to be paid in biweekly installments. Interns are eligible for health insurance and for life insurance. Interns will also receive paid time off for 10 annual federal holidays and will accrue approximately 13 days each of annual and sick leaves. Although our program is newly established and therefore not yet accredited by the American Psychological Association, in accordance with VA psychology qualification standards, graduates of this internship program prior to accreditation ARE eligible to apply for postdoctoral fellowship positions and employment within the VA.



Site: CBT Associates
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1870)

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.cbtassociates.com/about-us/train-with-us/clinical-psychology-residency-program/
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Khush Amaria, 416-363-4228 - dramaria@cbtassociates.com
Submit applications to: residency@cbtassociates.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 3:30pm Eastern Time

We are excited to announce two openings in our Clinical Psychology Residency Program. We are committed to the Scientist-Practitioner model, which is reflected through the use of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) as our main treatment modality, but also includes other evidence-based approaches. Rotations are available in adult mental health, child and/or adolescent mental health streams, with the possibility of a minor rotation in BEACONTM (therapist-assisted internet cognitive behavioural therapy. A revised 2019-2020 Residency Brochure is available and includes information about additional Supervisors and rotation expectations. We are a member of The Canadian Council of Professional Psychology Programs.



Site: University of Iowa Counseling Service
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1247)

Location: Iowa City, IA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://counseling.uiowa.edu/services/training/
TD Name and Contact Info: Julie Corkery, Ph.D., 319 335-7294, Julie-corkery@uiowa.edu
Submit applications to: Julie-corkery@uiowa.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 3:30pm Eastern Time

The University of Iowa (UI) University Counseling Service (UCS) provides an APA-accredited internship in Health Service Psychology. The UCS has a long-standing commitment to train ethical, multiculturally competent psychologists. Interns will have the opportunity to provide supervised individual and group psychotherapy, clinical consultation, and clinical supervision. Interns receive focused supervision for organizational consultation/ outreach, and each intern receives supervision for an area of clinical emphasis. Please note the requirement that the sum of adult and adolescent individual and group psychotherapy hours, plus intakes, must exceed 299 hours. Interested applicants are asked to submit an AAPI, cover letter, CV, transcript, essays, and 3 letters of recommendation. Please visit our website for more detailed information on the internship program.



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

Location: Augusta, ME
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.maine.gov/dhhs/riverview/intern/index.html
TD Name and Contact Info: Elizabeth Houghton, Psy.D. - Elizabeth.houghton@maine.gov
Submit applications to: Elizabeth.houghton@maine.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 3:00pm Eastern Time

Riverview Psychiatric Center (RPC) has one psychology internship position vacant remaining at this time. RPC is a 92-bed state psychiatric facility located in Augusta, ME that serves patients with severe mental illness who have been civilly or forensically committed from throughout the state of Maine. RPC just recently completed a rigorous audit and obtained accreditation from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). RPC is currently working to expand our training program to include practicum students and substance abuse counselors from the University of Maine at Orono, Farmington and South Portland, New England University, and Antioch, and this may open opportunities to gain experience ng in the practice of supervision. RPC is a rich training environment providing interns with exposure to the spectrum of severe mental illness, individualized treatment plans, and a holistic approach to each individual centered in dignity. Due to the diversity of experiences offered, training can be tailored to meet the interests and goals of the trainee (e.g., more or less psychological, risk, neuropsychological testing, forensic work versus civil, acute versus more psychiatrically stable).

Please email application materials to Elizabeth Houghton, Psy.D. at Elizabeth.houghton@maine.gov and include the following:
(1) .pdf copy of your “basic” AAPI materials
(2) Cover letter
(3) Curriculum vita
(4) Letter of Recommendation
(5) DCT “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness”
(6) Answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI
(7) Deidentified assessment report

Selected candidates will have the option to schedule interviews in person, over the phone, or via online video conferencing (i.e. Google Hangouts).



Site: Indiana Consortium
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2411)

Location: Indianapolis, IN
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.JanePauleyCHC.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Sharon McNeany - smcneany@JanePauleyCHC.org
Submit applications to: smcneany@JanePauleyCHC.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 3:00pm Eastern Time

The mission and primary goal of our doctoral internship program is to provide comprehensive clinical training to attain entry level competence in health service psychology. Interns participate in a broad range of experiences in an integrated medical and behavioral health setting and school-based health center Additional program development and outreach opportunities within our community are also available to enrich the internship experience. The members of our training program include 8 highly trained doctoral-level psychologists. We encourage applicants to visit our website at www.JanePauleyCHC.org for more information or contact Dr. Sharon L. McNeany, Indiana Consortium Training Director, at smcneany@JanePauleyCHC.org . Applicants may submit the 3 required forms (AAPI application, cover letter, and CV) to smcneany@JanePauleyCHC.org .



Site: Central State Hospital
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2430)

Location: Petersburg, VA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.csh.dbhds.virginia.gov/PsychologyFellowship.html
TD Name and Contact Info: Brandon Riley, Ph.D. (brandon.riley@dbhds.virginia.gov / 804-524-5724)
Submit applications to: brandon.riley@dbhds.virginia.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 2:30pm Eastern Time

Central State Hospital has one unfilled intern position available for the 2019-2020 year. We are seeking applicants who are knowledgeable in diagnosis, assessment, and both individual and group treatment modalities, and who are motivated to develop their expertise working with individuals with severe mental illness in a forensic context. There will also be opportunities for supervision of practicum students in psychology.

The position is full time (40 hours/week) with a $30,000 yearly stipend. Applicants must be able to pass a background check and pre-employment drug screening. To coincide with on-boarding of new hospital employees, the internship begins on August 12 and will run through Aug 11. In addition to a .pdf of their AAPI, CV, and cover letter, we request that applicants provide three letters of recommendation from persons familiar with an applicant's professional skills and development, as well as official transcripts of graduate work, and a sample assessment report.



Site: Trinity Services, Inc. Behavioral Health Department
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2252)

Location: New Lenox, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.trinityservices.org/careers/internship-externship-and-practicum-opportunities
TD Name and Contact Info: Carl V. Indovina, Psy.D. - cindovina@trinityservices.org - (815) 717-1700
Submit applications to: cindovina@trinityservices.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 2:30pm Eastern Time

The Trinity Services Behavioral Health Department provides a rich training experience that includes weekly individual supervision, group supervision, and didactic seminars. An average of four hours per week is spent participating in these training activities. In addition, students have the opportunity to gain competence applying Third Wave models, such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy.

Interns spend 4 days per week within a psychosocial rehabilitation program (PSR) and one day per week is spent at Trinity’s diagnostic clinic. At the PSR, the intern is assigned a caseload of individual therapy clients. Interns also facilitate weekly psychoeducational group sessions. Additionally, interns provide input at weekly staff meetings as well as annual and semi-annual treatment plan reviews. Finally, team members often seek consultation from interns; and interns may participate in the development of group curricula.

The Psychosocial Rehabilitation programs are concerned with the development, implementation, and testing of empirically-based interventions for adults with severe and persistent mental illness. The goal is to improve independence and actualize success across a variety of important spheres of functioning. All of the clients are adults, and they typically attend the PSR programs Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 3:00 pm.

At the diagnostic clinic, interns perform diagnostic assessments with persons seeking out-patient services. The intern also develops psychological reports and conducts feedback sessions. In addition, interns have the opportunity to gain experience performing neuropsychological assessment and autism screening is at the clinic.



Site: Healthy Minds
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Las Vegas, NV
Website: https://www.healthymindslv.com/careers/
Website: https://www.healthymindslv.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/HMPI-program-description-brochure.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: David Brownstein, Psy.D., (702) 983-3235; david.brownstein@healthymindslv.com
Submit applications to: david.brownstein@healthymindslv.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 2:00pm Eastern Time

We are excited to announce two available Doctoral Psychology Internship positions for the 2019-2020 training year in lovely Las Vegas, NV! Join our dynamic team of mental health professionals including psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, and clinical professional counselors (also known as mental health counselors). Ideal applicants will have an interest in working with children and families in foster care and/or adults with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Many of our adult and child clients have histories of trauma and neglect, including physical, emotional, and/or sexual abuse. However, any applicant with a passion for learning, growth, and development toward being an independently functioning psychologist is welcome to apply. Our Healthy minds values are Integrity, Flexibility, Empathy, and Excellence, and those values permeate all aspects of the work we do. Please visit our website at healthymindslv.com for more information about Healthy Minds. Please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Brownstein with any questions or for additional information.

Interested applicants are requested to email their CV, cover letter, basic AAPI, standardized reference forms/letters of reference from up to three people, four essays, DCT verification, and transcripts.



Site: Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility, Health Service Psychology Internship
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2456)

Location: San Diego, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: Job Bulletin: https://cchcs.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/60/Careers/ClinicalPsychIntern-OS-C.pdf
Website: Internship handbook: https://cchcs.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/60/Careers/RJDPsychologyInternshipHandbook.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Kristin Francis, 619-653-8745, Kristin.francis@cdcr.ca.gov
Submit applications to: Kristin.francis@cdcr.ca.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 2:00pm Eastern Time

Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility, Health Service Psychology Internship Program still has positions available for the 2019-2020 internship year. This is a 1 year full time internship position with a starting salary range of $3,220.00 – $3,841.00/month. Our facility houses male and transgender offenders and is the largest correctional mental health program in the state. Our APA accreditation site visit has already occurred and we are awaiting a final decision from the APA; please be advised that there are no guarantees that we will ultimately achieve accreditation. To apply for an internship position, please send your required documents (APPI, Cover Letter, CV), along with at least 1 reference letter, DCT Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness Form, and a redacted writing sample to Dr. Kristin Francis at Kristin.francis@cdcr.ca.gov. Benefits Information: http://www.calhr.ca.gov/employees/pages/salary-and-benefits.aspx .



Site: Connections Internship Consortium
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2134)

Location: Chicago, Illinois (programs in Palatine, Libertyville, and Lake Forest)
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://campussuite-storage.s3.amazonaws.com/prod/1558542/03524b50-2668-11e8-9ad2-0a97518bb624/1878952/76517816-1577-11e9-8070-0afaa1942206/file/CIC%20-%20Temporary%20Website%20Content%20-%2001.08.19.pdf and https://www.connectionsdayschool.net/clinical-training-program/index
TD Name and Contact Info: Kathryn Hefferon, Psy.D. - khefferon@counselingconnections.net - 847-680-2715
Submit applications to: Dr. Kati Hefferon at khefferon@counselingconnections.net
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 12:30pm Eastern Time

The Connections Internship Consortium is excited to be accepting applications for 2019-2020 Internship Training Year at each of our 4 therapeutic day school programs: Connections Day School, South Campus, New Connections Academy, and Connections Academy East! Please send your application (Basic APPI and CV, cover letter, 3 letters of recommendation) to the CIC Training Director Kati Hefferon via email at khefferon@counselingconnections.net. We will be conducting immediate interviews this week via phone, skype/google hangout, or in person. Please indicate in your cover letter by which sites you wish to be considered. If you have any questions please contact Dr. Kati Hefferon at 847-680-2715. Thank you.



Site: Dr. Angela Fountain & Associates
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
Website: http://www.drfountain.ca OR https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/a49ad7_55fcea296ad4499c9219d9c08e6ddf06.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Patricia Zimmerman, Ph.D., C.Psych. (patricia@drfountain.ca; (905) 655-5813)
Submit applications to: patricia@drfountain.ca
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 12:30pm Eastern Time

We have vacant positions available for our internship program in clinical psychology with children, adolescents and their families. Being a unique, farm-based psychology practice, we strive to promote creative applications of evidence-based practices through the use of our outdoor and therapeutic farm facilities. In addition to traditional training in psychological therapy and assessment with children and youth, we also provide training and support in our unique equine and animal-assisted therapies. Please send applications to patricia@drfountain.ca. Applications should include: AAPI, cover letter, and CV. Applicants will be contacted directly if additional application materials (as permitted by APPIC policies) are requested for consideration.



Site: CARES Psychology Internship Program
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2472)

Location: New York, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://caresnyc.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Sharon Shkedi, 212-420-1970, sshkedi@caresnyc.org
Submit applications to: sshkedi@caresnyc.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 12:30pm Eastern Time

The Pre-doctoral Internship Program in developmental disabilities at CARES, Inc. follows a Practitioner-Scholar Model of clinical training incorporating 2,000 hours of supervised clinical experiences. Interns will spend 20 hours per week delivering face-to-face direct services. The program has been in existence since 2010 and has provided internship training to 10 previous interns trained in Clinical and School Psychology. The goal of the CARES Clinical Psychology Internship Program is to prepare doctoral candidates for careers as psychologists proficient in assessment and intervention with individuals who have developmental and other disabilities. Particular emphasis is given to intensive training in ABA, behavioral therapy, and diagnostic testing. A core focus of internship training is the impact of multicultural values, language, and behavioral principles on the therapeutic process. The vast age range of individuals served at CARES (birth to adulthood) allows for rich experiences of how developmental disabilities manifest themselves across the lifespan. CARES is located on the Lower Eastside of Manhattan in New York City with a second office in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. CARES programs serve a historically underserved population of recent Chinese and Hispanic immigrant families. Many staff are bilingual and we can provide interpretation in the native language of the patient. Our clinicians develop targeted culturally sensitive behavioral interventions to enhance skills and achieve personal outcomes across multiple settings. This multicultural diversity provides our interns with a profuse opportunity to learn how diversity informs and interfaces with clinical practice.



Site: Acclaim/JPS Health Network
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2468)

Location: Fort Worth, TX
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.jpshealthnet.org/sites/default/files/acclaim_jps_doctoral_manual_12.4.18_final_12_10_18.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Alan B. Frol, PhD - 214.702.5344 - AFrol@jpshealth.net
Submit applications to: AFrol@jpshealth.net
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:45am Eastern Time

The Clinical Psychology Doctoral Internship at Acclaim/JPS Health Network has several internship positions available for the upcoming academic year. The Division of Psychology falls within the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health that serves the behavioral health needs of a diverse population within Tarrant County. The Department of Psychiatry has over forty-five providers including Psychiatrists, Advanced Practice Providers, and Psychologists. The Psychology Division has been involved with training practicum students in partnership with various Universities within the Dallas Fort Worth area since 2007 and has recently added an internship program. Psychology provides neuropsychological / psychological evaluations, psychotherapy, and consultation within both inpatient and outpatient settings. The focus of our program is primarily assessment including helping to inform challenging differential diagnosis, although psychotherapy is also provided for a few clients weekly. Applicants with an interest in our program can contact the Clinical Training Director, Alan B. Frol, PhD, at AFrol@jpshealth.net for further information and/or review the Psychology Internship Manual on the JPS Health Network website. Applicants are encouraged to submit their basic AAPI materials, cover letter, and curriculum vita by email to AFrol@jpshealth.net.



Site: Martinsburg VA Medical Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2349)

Location: Martinsburg, WV
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.martinsburg.va.gov/services/Psychology_Predoctoral_Internship_Program.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Jason Malcy, Psy.D. – Jason.Malcy@va.gov – (304) 263-0811 ext 4659 or (954) 895-3100
Submit applications to: Jason.Malcy@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time

Martinsburg VA Medical Center is seeking to fill the final internship position for our internship training program. Martinsburg is located The Martinsburg VAMC is located on 175 scenic acres in the Shenandoah Valley yet only 90 minutes of the Nation’s Capital. The internship consists of 2,080 training hours over one calendar year. Interns will complete three major rotations of four months in duration and two to four minor rotations of three to six months in duration. Major rotations include Behavioral Health, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, and Outpatient Mental Health. Minor rotation options include: Neuropsychology, VISN Administration, Home Based Primary Care, Telepsychology, Geriatric/Dementia, Suboxone, and option for individually developed rotation. Thus a typical week would include approximately four days in the major rotation and one day in the minor rotation. The stipend offered this year is $26,086. Please contact me with any questions.



Site: Franciscan Health – St. James
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1661)

Location: Olympia Fields, IL approximately 20min south of Chicago
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: Please e-mail the Training Director for a brochure.
TD Name and Contact Info: Mark Conard, PhD, mwc13c@gmail.com
Submit applications to: mwc13c@gmail.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time

Franciscan St. James has two internship openings in Behavioral Health for PhD or PsyD candidates with an interest in Health Psychology and Behavioral Health. We are a consultative service within a community hospital, covering wide array of behavioral health and psychological issues affecting medical patients. Please submit your AAPI, letters of recommendation, and graduate transcript(s) for consideration.



Site: The League Education and Treatment Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Brooklyn, NY
Website: https://www.leaguecenter.org/predoctoral-psychology-internship
TD Name and Contact Info: Sara Elnahal - 718 498-2500 x149, selnahal@leaguecenter.org
Submit applications to: selnahal@leaguecenter.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time

The League Education and Treatment Center currently has two positions available in the PMVS. We are a day treatment/ school serving children and adolescents ages 3-21. Interns gain training in a milieu setting, conducting individual and group therapy with extensive family and consultation work.



Site: Potomac Behavioral Solutions
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Arlington, VA
Website: https://www.pbshealthcare.com/training
TD Name and Contact Info: Joanna Marino, PhD - JMarino@pbshealthcare.com
Submit applications to: JMarino@pbshealthcare.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time

We are still accepting applicants for the 2019-2020 internship year. We have 3 positions open. Please see our website https://www.pbshealthcare.com/training for information on our training in evidence-based treatments including our adherent DBT program. Please submit answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI and Standardized Reference Forms/Letters of Recommendation in addition to CV, APPI, and cover letter.



Site: Ottawa Carleton District School Board (OCDSB) - Internship Program in School Psychology
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Website: We do not currently have a website, but applicants are encouraged to email Dr. Gillian Stanley for information or our handbook
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Gillian Stanley, gillian.stanley@ocdsb.ca
Submit applications to: gillian.stanley@ocdsb.ca
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time

The Internship Program in School Psychology at the Ottawa Carleton District School Board is a training program that is designed to provide training in school psychology with children and adolescents. Interns will have the opportunity to provide consultation, assessment, and intervention services to students, families, and school staff in both elementary and secondary schools. Clinical research and didactic training are also emphasized. Given the wide variety of opportunities available within the school system, this internship can be tailored to meet the intern's training goals and interests.

The internship begins on August 12, 2019, and ends on July 24, 2020. Interns will be provided with a stipend of $30,000.00.

Applicants are required to submit the required three documents (the "basic" AAPI, a cover letter, and a curriculum vita). We will be accepting applications from students in either clinical or school psychology. Applicants must have completed their mandatory coursework, comprehensive exams, and dissertation proposal prior to the start of the internship; completion of the dissertation is not necessary. A recent criminal record check, including a vulnerable sector check, will be required (within the past 6 months) before starting the internship.

Please contact Dr. Gillian Stanley for more information.



Site: The Child and Adolescent Psychology (CAP) Centre
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Aurora, Ontario
Website: http://www.thecapcentre.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Daliah Chapnik - 905-841-7886 ext. 102 - drdaliah@thecapcentre.com
Submit applications to: admin@thecapcentre.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time

We are a busy psychological services practice in Aurora, Ontario, with a wide range of referrals, a large team of Psychologists available for consultation, and rich didactic training opportunities. We are offering 2 full-time internship/residency positions for 2019/2020 term in the areas of assessment and treatment of children and adolescents. The clinical population ranges from preschool to university age. Our program offers particular rounds in: 1) Learning Disorders, Gifted and Intellectual Disabilities, 2) Social and Behavioural Disorders (i.e ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder and Autism Spectrum Disorder), 3) Anxiety and Mood Disorders. In order to apply or be considered for a position please submit the following documents: (1) A .pdf copy of your "basic" AAPI, (2) A cover letter, (3) A curriculum vita, (4) 3 references, (5) Graduate Transcripts, (6) A sample psychology evaluation report.



Site: Central New York Psychiatric Center (CNYPC)
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2330)

Location: Marcy, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.omh.ny.gov/omhweb/facilities/cnpc/cnypc-internship.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Nichole L. Marioni, PhD, ABPP (Forensic); nichole.marioni@omh.ny.gov; 315-765-3656
Submit applications to: nichole.marioni@omh.ny.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time

Central New York Psychiatric Center (CNYPC) announces two full-time, paid internship positions from September 1, 2019 through August 31, 2020. CNYPC provides a full range of psychiatric services to persons incarcerated in the New York State and county correctional systems, individuals who are civilly confined for sex offender treatment, and persons in need of secure psychiatric hospitalization who are deemed at high risk of imminent and serious harm to others. The aim of the Internship is to train ethical, competent, and culturally responsive psychologists for future clinical practice in varied settings, with an emphasis on provision of mental health services in forensic and correctional environments. The training is generalist in nature, albeit within a forensic context, such that the knowledge and skills acquired may be applied to a wide range of future clinical endeavors in private and public sector settings. Interns complete their major rotation in the inpatient setting, with two supplemental rotations at nearby state prisons, Mid-State Correctional Facility (CF) and Marcy CF Residential Mental Health Unit. Interns may also choose to participate in an elective rotation in the on-site Sex Offender Treatment Program (SOTP).

Interested applicants may contact the Training Director and access the brochure at the URL listed above for more information. To apply, applicants should email the following materials directly to the Training Director: 1) Basic AAPI, 2) Cover letter, 3) Curriculum vita, 4) Minimum of 2 standard references by individuals familiar with the applicant’s clinical work, 5) DCT’s Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness, 6) Answers to the 4 standard AAPI essays, 7) Graduate transcripts, and 8) One redacted comprehensive psychological report. Telephone and video interviews will be held. Placement at CNYPC is contingent upon the results of background screenings.



Site: Piedmont Geriatric Hospital (PGH)
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Burkeville, VA
TD Name and Contact Info: Lewis P Hackett, Ph.D., LCP - 434-767-4996 - lewis.hackett@dbhds.virginia.gov
Submit applications to: lewis.hackett@dbhds.virginia.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time

The primary goal of the Piedmont Geriatric Hospital (PGH) pre-doctoral internship training program is to produce practitioners with a high level of competence in the area of geropsychology, specifically in an inpatient psychiatric setting. Throughout the PGH internship year, interns will be responsible for providing psychological assessments and interventions for PGH patients. Evaluations performed vary widely and include risk assessments, neurocognitive evaluations, and decision-making capacity. Interventions include individual psychotherapy, group therapy, psycho-educational sessions, and behavior planning. In order to ensure breadth of training, interns are provided the opportunity to treat individuals with a range of psychiatric, medical, neurological, and legal challenges. The PGH Psychology Department currently has three full-time licensed clinical psychologists on staff and one psychology post-doctoral fellow.

For more information regarding the program, please email the training director (Lewis Hackett, Ph.D., LCP). If you wish to apply for the position, please submit your AAPI and one psychological report to the training director. We are not APA accredited and are currently non-members of APPIC.



Site: Illinois Psychological Association PreDoctoral Internship Consortium (IPAPIC)
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2158)

Location: Various locations in Illinois
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://IPAPIC.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Gregory Sarlo - dr.gregorysarlo@gmail.com
Submit applications to: dr.gregorysarlo@gmail.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time

CENTER FOR PERESONAL GROWTH (CPG) TRACK: Part of the IPAPIC Consortium. CPG’s staff consists of two Illinois Licensed Psychologists, two Post-Doctoral Fellows, two Licensed therapists, and several assessment, therapy, and advanced externs. Staff members carry clinical responsibility for the cases being supervised and provide supervision. Dr. Liebich and Dr. Tipping provide at least two hours per week of regularly scheduled individual supervision. Center for Personal Growth is a private group practice located in Carol Stream, a western suburb of Chicago, Illinois. Interns at CPG provide psychological services to diverse populations, most especially clients with motor and neurodevelopmental disabilities, childhood trauma, eating disorders, and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) clients. For more information about Center for Personal Growth, visit IPAPIC.com.

LIFEWORKS PSYCHOTHERAPY CENTER TRACK: LifeWorks Psychotherapy Center (LPC) is an “explicitly inclusive” practice — embracing diversity in all its forms and welcoming clients of all ages, ethnicities, races, spiritual practices and religious traditions, genders and sexual orientations. LifeWorks staff have many years of experience working with transitions, issues and conflicts related to relationships and identities that are marginalized or largely unsupported by society such as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, queer, intersex, asexual, kink/BDSM, non-monogamy, open relationships, polyamory, sex work, etc. LifeWorks provides individual and relationship psychotherapy as well as support groups for adults.



Site: Jordan School District
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2318)

Location: West Jordan, Utah
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://jordandistrict.org/wp-content/uploads/054_APPICInternshipHandbook.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Fulvia Franco, Ph.D. - fulvia.franco@jordandistrict.org
Submit applications to: fulvia.franco@jordandistrict.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time

The Jordan School District has 2 openings for APPIC interns for the 2019-20 school year, including a $3000 signing bonus for new hires. The link to a complete review of our training program is listed above. It should be noted that these internships are only open to individuals from school psychology programs or those who hold a school psychology certification at a master's or specialist level. Because of our school district status, all employees must be in a position to be appropriately licensed by the Utah State Board of Education (USBE) to work in the schools.

FILLED/CLOSED POSITIONS

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

Location: Westfield, MA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://bhninc.org/about/internships/doctoral-degree/
TD Name and Contact Info: Susan Quigley, PsyD - Susan.quigley@bhninc.org - 413-658-8851
Submit applications to: Susan.quigley@bhninc.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 3:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 28, 12:15pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, June 15, 10:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATED 3/28/19: CORRECTION: This program IS accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). The accreditation information was initially posted incorrectly; APPIC apologizes for the mistake.

UPDATE 6/15/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Doctoral Psychology Internship Program at The BHN Carson Center for Adults and Families in Westfield, MA, is an APA accredited, two-year, half-time internship in provision of outpatient psychological services to adults in a community based setting, including individual and group psychotherapy, psychological testing, consultation, research and supervision practice. Our internship emphasizes trauma informed, evidence based practices and provides intensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy. This internship is 20 hours per week over two years, affording our interns the opportunity for greater integration of learning from training, as well as for other employment within the larger agency of BHN during internship.

Requirements for internship are completion of academic coursework and verification of readiness for internship, a masters degree in psychology or related field, a minimum of 1,500 hours of clinical practicum experience by start of internship, including a minimum of 500 intervention hours (direct service) and 100 assessment hours (administration, scoring, interpretation and write-up of reports). Interested applicants please submit a letter of interest, your CV, and APPI materials to Susan.quigley@bhninc.org. Please view our brochure at https://bhninc.org/about/internships/doctoral-degree/



Site: VA Central Texas Health Care System
Accreditation: YES
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1591)

Location: Waco, TX
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.centraltexas.va.gov/services/Psychology_Internship/Psychology_Internship.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Andrew J. Cook, PhD (254) 742-4982; andrew.cook@va.gov & Erin E. Andrews, PsyD, ABPP, 512-797-7919; erin.andrews2@va.gov)
Submit applications to: Email your materials to Erin E. Andrews, PsyD, ABPP (erin.andrews2@va.gov) and Andrew Cook, PhD (andrew.cook@va.gov)
Date/Time Added: Saturday, April 6, 3:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, May 27, 6:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, June 15, 10:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATED 5/27/19: We are no longer accepting applications for this position. We are still reviewing applications that have already been received.

UPDATE 6/15/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Central Texas VA Health Care System is recruiting for one vacancy at our Waco campus only. CTVHCS is an APA-Accredited Program. Waco is a beautiful and historical city situated on the Brazos river, home to Baylor University and the birthplace of Dr. Pepper. There are many attractions including the renowned Cameron Park Zoo and Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Magnolia Market. The Waco VA is a lovely campus with several unique programs, including the Blind Rehabilitation Center, the VISN 17 Center of Excellence of Research on Returning War Veterans, Serious Mental Illness Life Empowerment Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program, and a new Women’s PTSD and military sexual trauma (MST) residential program, RISE.

Interns are selected for primary placements at the major training site (Waco). There is no difference in program philosophy, goals or structure across our training sites. All sites emphasize development of core competencies to allow development of broad entry level professional skills. Interns are required to do two of the three major rotations at their primary site. If rotations are available at a secondary site, interns are allowed to do one of their three major rotations at a secondary site. However, interns primarily placed at a site are given priority for all training opportunities at the site to which they are primarily assigned. All interns meet together on Wednesdays for didactics in Temple.

Materials Required for Submission: "Basic" AAPI, a cover letter, a curriculum vita, Standardized Reference Forms (to be sent by the student or by her/his reference-writers), DCT's "Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness" (to be sent by the student or by her/his DCT), answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI, graduate transcripts, Supplemental Materials: sample integrated assessment report (de-identified).



Site: Anka Behavioral Health, Inc
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2155)

Location: Pleasant Hill, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.ankabhi.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Jessica Apfel, PsyD - japfel@ankabhi.org
Submit applications to: Jessica Apfel, PsyD at japfel@ankabhi.org & Matthys Moreno-Derks, PsyD at MMoreno-Derks@ankabhi.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, June 15, 10:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 6/15/19: THIS AGENCY HAS PERMANENTLY CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLING ITS POSITIONS

Anka Behavioral Health, Inc. still has Doctoral internships slots available. Please refer to the APPIC directory as well as the Intern Handbook found on the following website to learn more information about the program: https://www.ankabhi.org/clinicaltraining.html



Site: VA Texas Valley Coastal Bend Health Care System
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2213)

Location: Harlingen, TX
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.texasvalley.va.gov/VA_Texas_Valley_Coastal_Bend_Psychology_Internship_Program_two_column.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Jina Jensen, PsyD; Jina.Jensen@va.gov
Submit applications to: Ashley.Longoria@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 27, 11:45pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, June 4, 1:30pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 6/4/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The VA Texas Valley Coastal Bend Health Care System is an APA-Accredited Psychology Internship Program that has one available position in the Health Psychology Track. U.S. citizens who are pursuing a doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA-accredited or CPA-accredited institution are encouraged to apply. To be considered, students must demonstrate completion of at least three years of graduate course work and a minimum 50 hours of assessment and 450 hours of intervention with a range of psychopathology across varied populations and settings. Only 52-week full-time internships are available. The following supplemental materials are requested in addition to the Basic AAPI: Standardized Reference Forms, the Director of Clinical Training “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness” form, and answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI. We encourage all eligible applicants to visit our webpage at https://www.texasvalley.va.gov/VA_Texas_Valley_Coastal_Bend_Psychology_Internship_Program_two_column.asp and review our brochure for additional information about our Internship Program.



Site: Edison Court, Inc.
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2257)

Location: Doylestown, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.edisoncourt.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Elizabeth Palumbo , Psy.D.; 215-345-8828 x 135; epalumbo@edisoncourt.com
Submit applications to: epalumbo@edisoncourt.com
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, April 3, 8:30am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, June 3, 8:00am Eastern Time

UPDATE 6/3/19: THESE POSITIONS (2) HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Edison Court, Inc. (ECI) would like to announce two vacancies for the doctoral psychology internship position. ECI is a multi-agency nonprofit located in suburban Philadelphia, PA (Doylestown) that specializes in the treatment of adolescents and adults who are forensically-involved (due to sexually problematic behavior and/or other areas of delinquency) and referred to one of three residential treatment programs or to our array of outpatient services. Doctoral interns are provided with a wide range of experiences commensurate with those of practicing psychologists in institutional and group practice settings. Interns maintain a fixed and balanced residential or outpatient client caseload, and gain graduated autonomy toward completing full psychological evaluations, forensic risk assessments and mental health diagnostic assessments used within court proceedings. A relatively large proportion of completing interns remain with ECI for post-doctoral placement. Stipend: $28,000; health insurance included; meals included at our residential treatment facility; 12 Paid Time Off (PTO) days provided. Contact and/or submit applications to Training Director Elizabeth Palumbo, Psy.D. at the above email address or phone number.



Site: University of Victoria Counselling Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1869)

Location: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.uvic.ca/services/counselling/opportunities/internship/index.php
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Ai-Lan Chia, R. Psych., achia@uvic.ca
Submit applications to: Send to both wilsonlj@uvic.ca AND achia@uvic.ca
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:45am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, May 27, 6:30pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 5/27/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Doctoral Internship Program at Counselling Services at the University of Victoria adopts a scientist-practitioner model, is designed to be generalist in nature, and embraces an inter-disciplinary emphasis in providing psychological services to UVic students. As part of the post-vacancy match application process, we would like applicants to include: the DCT’s verification of internship eligibility and readiness, answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI, and graduate transcripts. We recognize that obtaining the standardized reference forms may take some additional time, and request that applicants arrange to have the reference forms available at the time of the interview. Interviews will be held via skype. No in person interviews will be arranged.



Site: Florida State University Multidisciplinary Center
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1224)

Location: Tallahassee, FL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://mdc.fsu.edu/training/doctoral-psychology-internship
TD Name and Contact Info: Lauren M. Hutto (lmhutto@fsu.edu)
Submit applications to: lmhutto@fsu.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:50pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, May 19, 8:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 5/19/19: THESE TWO POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The Florida State University Multidisciplinary Center (FSU MDC) is seeking to fill two positions for its doctoral internship in psychology for the 2019-2020 training year. Interns placed at this site can expect to receive training in both school and clinical settings, with the goal of being broadly prepared to work with children and adolescents across multiple contexts. Each intern is assigned a school placement for approximately 10 months, in which they are exposed to a Response to Intervention model of disability identification, gain experience working in a problem-solving model, conduct traditional psycho-educational assessments, engage in teacher consultation, and provide intervention (mental health) services to individuals and groups. Interns are further provided with extensive training in the assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorders and Attention Disorders in a clinical setting, including using gold standard assessment tools and protocols. The internship experience incorporates Supervision of Supervision throughout the respective school placements and culminates in designing and co-leading an intervention group with a junior colleague. Being a primarily rural area, interns have the opportunity to work with a unique student population, including children who are underserved, low SES and/or ethnic minorities. Interns receive a $20,000.00 stipend, accompanied by options for health care benefits, sick and annual leave, all University holidays, and reimbursement for weekly travel to and from their respective school district(s). Interested applicants should forward the required documents (i.e., APPI, cover letter, and vita), as well as the DCT “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness” form and answers to all four essays on the APPI. Applicants who are being seriously considered will also be asked to forward Standardized Reference Forms.



Site: Student Wellness and Counselling Centre, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Accreditation: YES (CPA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1811)

Location: St. John's, NL Canada
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.mun.ca/counselling/residency/
Website: Brochure: http://www.mun.ca/counselling/residency/2019-2020_Residency_Brochure_June_20.pdf TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Lisa Moores - lmoores@mun.ca
Submit applications to: lmoores@mun.ca
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 2:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, May 19, 8:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 5/19/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The CPA ACCREDITED TRAINING PROGRAM of the Student Wellness & Counselling Centre (SWCC) at Memorial University of Newfoundland is accepting applications for one internship position for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Located in St. John's, NL, our long-standing accredited generalist training program offers candidates experience with a wide array of clinical presentations and complexities (e.g. depression, anxiety, trauma and abuse, personality disorders, sexual and gender identity, eating disorders, LDs, psychiatric concerns etc.), formal assessment opportunities, clinical supervision of doctoral students, crisis work, outreach and advocacy, group counselling, and interprofessional competency areas, within a post-secondary environment. We provide weekly training in a wide array of areas including ACT, DBT, advanced assessment, multicultural counselling, mindfulness, positive psychology etc., along with multiple supervision and interprofessional learning opportunities.

Our stipend is $35,500 plus health coverage through the provincial medical care program, in addition to travel support to and from the residency, up to $500. Intern leave includes 2 weeks vacation, 14 days of scheduled university holidays (including end of year clinic closure) and 5 PD days, as well as sick leave as university staff members. Please email your completed APPI, CV, cover letter, 3 letters of reference and your DCT's signed certificate of readiness to the Internship Training Director Dr. Lisa Moores (lmoores@mun.ca). For more information, please review the website and training brochure: http://www.mun.ca/counselling/residency

Our site prides itself on providing a supportive and challenging training experience tailored to the clinical and developmental needs of each resident, to ensure that they leave our program well-prepared, confident, and ready for the next steps in their career. In short, our residents leave us as colleagues. SWCC supervisors and team members place a high value on our residency program and its contributions to both the health of our community and the field of professional psychology. We enjoy our roles as supervisors and mentors and welcome the energy and perspective brought to our centre by each new cohort of interns.



Site: El Paso VA
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2400)

Location: El Paso, TX
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.elpaso.va.gov/services/psychology.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Emilia Campos, Ph.D., ABPP, Emilia.Campos@va.gov , (915) 491-7580 (mobile)
Submit applications to: Emilia.Campos@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 27, 11:45pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, May 13, 3:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATED 5/13/19: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

We currently have 3 open intern positions. Our internship program offers a wide variety of training in evidence-based treatments (EBT) including Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Interpersonal Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia, Depression, and Chronic Pain, EMDR, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. We also offer flexibility in the selection or crafting of minor rotations to support career goals.



Site: Northern Arizona University - Counseling Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1107)

Location: Flagstaff
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://nau.edu/campus-health-services/doctoral-internship-in-health-service-psychology/
TD Name and Contact Info: Christopher Margeson, Ph.D. - Christopher.margeson@nau.edu - 523-2261
Submit applications to: Christopher.margeson@nau.edu
Date/Time Added: Friday, March 29, 5:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, May 13, 3:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 5/13/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

We are pleased to announce that we are looking to fill one (out of two) intern positions. Counseling Services at Northern Arizona University is part of an integrated health care setting that offers high quality, holistic counseling services to all of our diverse university students. We are located in a modern building that houses medical, healthy promotions, urgent care, and a state of the art recreation facility to work out during your lunch break. We have beautiful mountains and lots of outdoor activities that enhance an already robust doctoral internship training program. We are a tight knit department that is energetic and enthusiastic about providing high quality training and services to our students. We are have numerous Native American reservations located with a two hour drive that enhances our student diversity. To apply, please submit the required application items (copy of the basic AAPI, cover letter, and curriculum vita) along with the standardized reference forms, DCT’s verification of internship eligibility and readiness form, your answers to the four essay questions on AAPI, and your graduate transcripts.



Site: University of Vermont Medical Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Burlington, VT
Website: https://www.uvmhealth.org/medcenter/Pages/Departments-and-Programs/Psychology-Services.aspx#TabThree
TD Name and Contact Info: Tara McCuin, PhD, Tara.McCuin@uvmhealth.org, 802-847-0873
Submit applications to: Tara.McCuin@uvmhealth.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, March 25, 11:45 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, March 27, 11:45pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 29, 5:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, May 13, 3:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATED 5/13/19: ONE POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED AND ONE POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

UPDATED 3/29/19: Our adult med psych position has been filled. Our lifespan position is still available.

UPDATED 3/27/19: We are happy to consider applicants from non-APA accredited programs.

UPDATED 3/25/19: The UVMC Medical Center has two unfilled positions for our 2019-2020 internship. There is one adult medical psychology position open and a lifespan position that combines training experiences from both our pediatric and adult rotations.

ORIGINAL LISTING: The aim of the University of Vermont Medical Center Clinical Psychology Internship program is to provide generalist training in an intellectually stimulating and respectful environment that prepares interns to deliver effective, entry level psychological services to diverse populations in multidisciplinary settings across a continuum of care. We also strive to offer students opportunities to explore and gain experience in more specialized service areas to enhance their understanding of themselves as clinicians and inform their future training and career choices. Please see our web page and Intern Handbook for more specifics on what our training has to offer.

In addition to sending your AAPI, cover letter, and CV, please send: (1) Three references, (2) DCT’s Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness, and (3) Answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI.



Site: Correctional Services Canada
Accreditation: YES (CPA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1858)

Location: Kingston, ON, Canada
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.csc-scc.gc.ca/careers/003001-9000-eng.shtml
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Geris Serran; Geris.Serran@csc-scc.gc.ca
Submit applications to: Geris.Serran@csc-scc.gc.ca
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 2:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, May 2, 11:45am Eastern Time

UPDATE 5/2/19: BOTH POSITIONS (2) HAVE BEEN FILLED

Candidates must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents. Our ideal applicant has a strong clinical background and is interested in working with an under-served population with complex needs. Counselling students with training and experience in working with this kind of population may also apply. An interest in correctional psychology is an advantage and commitment to working with challenging populations is essential.



Site: Regina Area Clinical Psychology Doctoral Residency, Saskatchewan Health Authority
Accreditation: YES (CPA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1853)

Location: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.rqhealth.ca/careers/careers-files/internship.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Amy Janzen Claude; 306-766-7738; amy.janzenclaude@saskhealthauthority.ca
Submit applications to: amy.janzenclaude@saskhealthauthority.ca
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 26, 1:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, May 2, 11:45am Eastern Time

UPDATE 5/2/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The adult stream of the Regina Area Clinical Psychology Doctoral Residency with the Saskatchewan Health Authority is designed to support the development and application of professional Psychology skills to address the clinical needs of clients in a culturally diverse environment adhering to a scientist-practitioner model of practice. The current opening is for the adult stream which operates within a diverse community mental health setting with opportunities for additional experiences within health and rehabilitation psychology. Preference will be given to applicants who hold Canadian citizenship and training programs that adhere to a scientist-practitioner model. In addition to the required submission materials, please submit: two standardized reference forms and verification from your DCT about your internship eligibility and readiness.



Site: Casa Pacifica
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1516)

Location: Camarillo, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.casapacifica.org/programs_services/clinical_training_supervision
TD Name and Contact Info: Robert Kretz, Psy.D. - rkretz@casapacifica.org
Submit applications to: svorhees@casapacifica.org
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, April 19, 8:45pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/19/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Casa Pacifica has one internship spot in the Transitional youth Services Track at our APA accredited doctoral internship in Camarillo, CA. Casa Pacifica is a leader in providing residential and community based mental health service for at risk youth ages 8 to 25. The TYS Internship track works with youth in extended foster care, ages 18 to 25, coaching independent living skills and providing group and individual therapy for a wide range of clinical issues. The TYS intern also provides group and testing services for youth in other programs, including the non-public school and adolescent residential treatment center. The Casa Pacifica program trains interns in the treatment of complex trauma to the most vulnerable to youth in our community. Interested interns should submit via email an application along with a de-identified psychological assessment report.



Site: Torrance State Hospital
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1546)

Location: Torrance, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: Please contact the TD for a brochure
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Camille Velazquez, camvelazqu@pa.gov, (724)-459-4486
Submit applications to: camvelazqu@pa.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:50pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, April 15, 1:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/15/19: BOTH (2) POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Torrance State Hospital Internship Program is accepting applications for 2 internship positions. The program located in Torrance, PA offers training in both forensic and general psychology. Interns rotate through 3 rotations (Assessment, Forensic and Personality Disorders). We offer excellent training experiences, competitive stipends, and healthcare coverage in an area well-known for its low cost of living. Please contact Dr. Camille Velazquez, if interested to see our brochure. If interested, please send a CV, 3 letters of reference, one writing sample (assessment, case conceptualization, intake, treatment summary etc), transcript and eligibility letter from DCT to camvelazqu@pa.gov.



Site: Westchester Institute for Human Development
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Valhalla, NY
Website: https://www.wihd.org/training/graduate-students-training-opportunities/psychology-training/
TD Name and Contact Info: Trupti Rao, Psy.D. - trao@wihd.org
Submit applications to: trao@wihd.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:45am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, April 15, 1:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/15/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Westchester Institute for Human Development (WIHD) has an open slot in its internship program. Interns can participate in a variety of activities, depending on interest and experience. These activities can include child and/or parent focused assessments, trauma-focused therapy, play therapy, early childhood assessments (Birth-5 years old), and out-patient therapy services (ABA, CBT, feeding, parent training) for children adolescents, transition age, and/or adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ASD). BCBA certification supervision hours available. All Psychology Interns also take part in a 9-month Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) training program. Please include 3 completed reference forms with your application.



Site: University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Doctoral Internship Program in Health Service Psychology
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2287)

Location: Lincoln, Nebraska
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://caps.unl.edu/caps-internship-information
TD Name and Contact Info: Belinda Hinojos, Ph.D. - 402-472-7450 - bhinojos3@unl.edu
Submit applications to: bhinojos3@unl.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:45am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, April 15, 1:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/15/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Doctoral Internship Program in Health Service Psychology will be entering the post-match vacancy. We have 1 open position and will accept applications until that position is filled. Please visit our website at https://caps.unl.edu/caps-internship-information for more information, or contact Dr. Belinda Hinojos at bhinojos3@unl.edu. Please submit the following materials to Dr. Belinda Hinojos, Training Director at Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL): a .pdf copy of the AAPI, cover letter, CV, DCT’s verification of internship eligibility and readiness, answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI, graduate transcripts, and standardized reference forms.



Site: Mental Health Center of Florida
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2235)

Location: Orange City, FL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.mhcflorida.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Elizabeth Hooper, Psy.D. - drbetsi@mhcflorida.com - 954-885-9500
Submit applications to: drbetsi@mhcflorida.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:50pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, April 15, 1:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/15/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Mental Health Center of Florida is currently accepting applications to fill one remaining internship spot. Interested candidates should review the website and contact Dr. Elizabeth Hooper with questions or to submit an application.



Site: The Tree House Child Advocacy Center of Montgomery County, MD
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Rockville, MD
Website: http://treehousemd.org/get-involved/employment
TD Name and Contact Info: Jenna Calton, PhD, jenna.calton@montgomerycountymd.gov, (240) 777-4389
Submit applications to: jenna.calton@montgomerycountymd.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, April 1, 11:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, April 9, 1:30pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/9/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

UPDATED 4/1/19: The Tree House is still accepting applications for 1 internship position. The position includes ample paid time off and covers the cost for an intern to attend an in-person trauma-focused training (e.g., TF-CBT). We are excited to have matched with 1 intern already, and we hope to have a cohort of 2 interns for the training year. We are happy to consider applicants from non-APA accredited programs.

ORIGINAL LISTING: The Tree House Child Advocacy Center is a multidisciplinary center that treats and coordinates care of children who have experienced abuse and neglect. The Tree House is seeking 1 intern for a full-time internship position for the 2019-2020 internship year. Interns receive a stipend of $28,500 per year plus healthcare and additional benefits. The Tree House is an ideal setting for psychology students who are interested in building expertise in trauma and corresponding mental health issues. Interns provide evidenced-based assessment, consultation, and therapy services to children and families who have a trauma history. Interns collaborate closely with professionals in law enforcement, the county and state's attorney, and child welfare services to provide services to families. The center serves a diverse population within Montgomery County, Maryland, located approximately 30 minutes from Washington, DC. For more information, please review the website and training brochure: http://treehousemd.org/get-involved/employment.

To apply, please email your application materials (a .pdf copy of basic AAPI, cover letter, CV, answers to the 4 essay questions on the AAPI, two standardized reference forms, and a DCT verification of internship eligibility and readiness) to the Internship Training Director, Dr. Calton (jenna.calton@montgomerycountymd.gov).



Site: University of Arkansas Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2481)

Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://health.uark.edu/mental-health/trainingprograms.php
TD Name and Contact Info: Elizabeth Stout, Ph.D., ekstout@uark.edu, (479) 575-5276
Submit applications to: ekstout@uark.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, March 30, 2:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, April 9, 1:30pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/9/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

UPDATED 3/30/19: The University of Arkansas Fayetteville counseling center is still accepting applications for one internship position. In addition to our competitive stipend ($30,000 plus full benefits and unused leave paid out, up to $3,230), the program also covers intern’s fees and travel to attend the local psychological association’s conference.

ORIGINAL LISTING: Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) at the University of Arkansas Fayetteville is accepting applications for one internship position (APPIC Member # 2481). Our program’s strengths include a monthly intensive training day in psychological assessment, a full year of providing supervision to a practicum student, customized rotations, and a weekly diversity seminar. Located in Northwest Arkansas, our stipend is competitive at $30,000 plus full benefits. Any unused leave will be paid out at the end of the training year, up to $3,230. Fayetteville Arkansas has been voted as the 5th best place to live by the U.S. News and World Report for the past 3 years. Please email your completed APPI, CV, cover letter, 3 letters of reference (2 of whom must be familiar with your clinical work), and certification of readiness to begin internship by your DCT to Elizabeth Stout at ekstout@uark.edu. Candidates with diverse identities are strongly encouraged to apply, as we believe diverse interns and staff enrich our work experience. CAPS is not accredited by APA. We are excited to read your application, and please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Stout with any questions. More information about our program, including our brochure, can be found on our website at https://health.uark.edu/mental-health/trainingprograms.php.



Site: Keene State College Counseling Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2238)

Location: Keene, NH
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.keene.edu/life/services/counseling/practicum/#predoctoral_internship_program
TD Name and Contact Info: Joe Yazvac, Ph.D. - jyazvac@keene.edu - (603) 358-2867
Submit applications to: jyazvac@keene.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:45am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, April 5, 11:30am Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/5/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Keene State College Counseling Center is pleased to announce that we are seeking to fill one additional Doctoral Psychology Internship position. Interviews will be offered on a rolling basis. Applicants who have an interest in working with a college population presenting with a wide array of concerns and who seek to gain experience with developing and delivering leading edge programming and outreach services are invited to apply. Our site offers rigorous training balanced with strong supervision and staff support within a work culture emphasizing work-life balance. Additional information for interested applicants may be found on our website at: https://www.keene.edu/life/services/counseling/practicum/#predoctoral_internship_program



Site: Northeastern Oklahoma Psychology Internship Program – Oklahoma Forensic Center
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1521)

Location: Tulsa, OK
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.nopip.org/ofc
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Richard Walton ( drw@tc4cp.com )
Submit applications to: Dr. Scott Orth (sorth@odmhsas.org)
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 26, 1:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, April 5, 11:30am Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/5/19: BOTH (2) POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

PLEASE NOTE: This is the second PMVS listing for the Northeastern Consortium.

The Oklahoma Forensic Center (OFC) has two intern positions available for the Post Match Vacancy Service in our APA accredited internship. OFC is the largest inpatient behavioral health facility, serving both men and women with 200 inpatient beds, in the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services system. OFC serves all 77 counties of Oklahoma; focusing on pretrial defendants who were deemed incompetent for adjudication and individuals adjudicated as Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity (NGRI)/Not Guilty by Reason of Mental Illness (NGRMI). In addition, OFC provides outpatient evaluations of adjudicative competency throughout the state of Oklahoma. OFC offers a stipend of $25,000.00 for each intern, as well as state benefits (i.e., health, vision, dental insurance) and 11 paid state holidays.

Please submit your AAPI/Basic AAPI, CV, cover letter, essays, reference letters, and DCT “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness” form to the Director of Psychology, Scott Orth, Psy.D. (sorth@odmhsas.org). Interviews will be held via phone. Please contact Dr. Orth with any questions.



Site: Eastern Oklahoma VA Health Care System
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2426)

Location: Tulsa, OK
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.muskogee.va.gov/services/Doctoral_Psychology_Internship_Program.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Patricia Byrd, Ph.D.; patricia.byrd@va.gov; 918-610-2001
Submit applications to: Please e-mail applicants and three letters of reference to patricia.byrd@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, April 5, 11:30am Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/5/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Eastern OK VA Health Care System has one available intern position available.

EOVAHCS’s Doctoral Psychology Internship Program is a newly funded VA internship site; therefore, it is not accredited by the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Commission on Accreditation (CoA). Our self-study was submitted October 1, 2018 and we are scheduled for our APA site visit on May 13-14. Please note there is no guarantee of accreditation based on the self-study submission or scheduling of the site visit. Trainees should be aware that the Office of Academic Affiliation indicates that any individual who completes a VA psychology internship IS ELIGIBLE for VA employment and VA Postdoctoral Fellowships.

We specialize in generalist training with an emphasis on evidence-based assessment and interventions. We have the following rotation options: PTSD Clinical Team, Women’s Mental Health/Military Sexual Trauma, Acute Psychiatric Inpatient Unit, General Mental Health, Home Based Primary Care, Rural Telemental Health, Special Populations, Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Recovery Center, and Substance Use Disorder Team.



Site: Immaculata University Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2036)

Location: Philadelphia, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.immaculata.edu/academics/degrees-programs/clinical-psychology-psy-d-graduate-studies/psychology-internship-consortium/
TD Name and Contact Info: Catrina Vitagliano, PsyD (cvitagliano@immaculata.edu; 484-324-3464)
Submit applications to: cvitagliano@immaculata.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 3:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, April 3, 8:30am Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/3/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Immaculata University Psychology Internship Consortium currently has 1 position open at Joseph J. Peter’s Institute (JJPI): Safety and Responsibility. JJPI’s Safety and Responsibility program is dedicated to providing specialized outpatient assessment and treatment services for individuals with sexual behavior problems and individuals who have engaged in relational violence. The position is described in our brochure which can be accessed through the link above. Complete applications should include your AAPI, CV, cover letter, essays, reference letters, and DCT Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness form. Please contact Training Director Catrina Vitagliano, PsyD (cvitagliano@immaculata.edu) with any questions.



Site: WellSpan Philhaven CBT
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2164)

Location: York, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.wellspan.org/for-medical-professionals/education/behavioral-health-clinical-psychology-internship-program/
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Wendy Wild, wwild@wellspan.org
Submit applications to: gkeeney@wellspan.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, April 2, 12:15pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/2/19: SIX POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED; SEVEN ARE CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

WellSpan Philhaven CBT is an APA accredited internship seeking to fill 13 additional positions to the 11 positions already filled. Interns spend their time divided into three main tasks: addressing population health by serving as a Behaviorist in Primary Care, honing their assessment and therapy skills in traditional outpatient settings, and training to extend proficiency in cognitive behavioral psychotherapy with an emphasis in behavioral medicine and community behavioral health. Applicants should submit their APPI, cover letter, essays, references, graduate transcripts, and CV to gkeeney@wellspan.org.



Site: VA Western NY Healthcare System
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1455)

Location: Buffalo, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.buffalo.va.gov/psychintern/index.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Sheila Donovan, Ph.D. and Denise Mercurio-Riley, Ph.D. - (716) 862-7330; sheila.donovan@va.gov or (716) 862-8581; denise.mercurio-riley@va.gov
Submit applications to: Please submit application materials to sheila.donovan@va.gov or denise.mercurio-riley@va.gov.
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 29, 5:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, April 2, 12:15pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/2/19: BOTH (2) POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

UPDATED 3/29/19: The Health Psychology position has been filled. The position in our Mental Health Track remains unfilled.

ORIGINAL LISTING: The VA Western NY Healthcare System , an APA accredited site in Buffalo, NY, is pleased to offer a Mental Health Track internship position opening and a Health Psychology Track internship position opening. Please visit our webpage for more information at https://www.buffalo.va.gov/psychintern/index.asp. In addition to the required materials, please also submit the following: (1) Standardized Reference Forms (to be sent by the student or by her/his reference-writers), (2) DCT's "Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness" (to be sent by the student or by her/his DCT), (3) Answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI, and (4) Graduate Transcripts.



Site: Kane County Diagnostic Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1250)

Location: St. Charles, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: N/A
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Elisa Lancaster, LancasterElisa@16thCircuit.IllinoisCourts.gov, 630-262-4480.
Submit applications to: LancasterElisa@16thCircuit.IllinoisCourts.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 2:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, April 1, 11:30pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/1/19: BOTH (2) POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

The Kane County Diagnostic Center (KCDC) is the designated psychology department of the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit Court. KCDC provides direct services to offenders including diagnostic evaluations, crisis intervention, and individual, group and family therapy. The Diagnostic Center extended training in the form of a doctoral internship in 1995. Interns spend five days a week at the Diagnostic Center for a period of 12 months starting September 1st of each year. We are currently accepting applications for the 2019-2020 training year. Please direct your application materials and any questions you may have to our training director, Dr. Elisa Lancaster at LancasterElisa@16thCircuit.IllinoisCourts.gov. Please e-mail the Training Director for a copy of our training brochure. Thank you.



Site: University of Northern Colorado Counseling Center
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2011)

Location: Greeley, CO
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.unco.edu/counseling-center/training/doctoral-internship/
TD Name and Contact Info: Renee Gilkey, Psy.D. - renee.gilkey@unco.edu - 970-351-2496
Submit applications to: renee.gilkey@unco.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 12:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, March 30, 10:30pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/30/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The University of Northern Colorado Counseling Center is an APA accredited internship in Health Services Psychology. We are seeking to fill one position. Candidates with an interest in gaining a broad generalist training with an emphasis focused on diversity and multiculturalism are encouraged to apply. Our program offers opportunities for interns to engage in group and individual therapy, assessment, supervision, outreach and crisis work. Interested applicants are asked to submit an AAPI, cover letter, CV, transcript, essays, and 3 letters of recommendation (2 of whom are familiar with your clinical work). Please visit our website for more detailed information on the internship program.



Site: University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology Internship Consortium - University of Denver Health and Counseling Center Site
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1176)

Location: Denver, CO
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.du.edu/gspp/programs/consortium/index.html
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Jenny Cornish (jennifer.cornish@du.edu)
Submit applications to: Dr. Carolee Nimmer (carolee.nimmer@hcc.du.edu)
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, March 30, 2:30pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/30/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

We have an unexpected position open at the University of Denver Health and Counseling Center site. Please submit AAPI, cover letter, CV, transcript, essays, letters of recommendation, and psychological assessment report. While our internship consortium gives priority to applicants from DU during Phases I and II, this is not true in the PMVS so we are now encouraging applicants from all eligible doctoral programs.



Site: NC Dept. of Health and Human Services – Cherry Hospital
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Goldsboro, NC
Website: https://files.nc.gov/ncdhhs/Clinical%20Psychology%20Internship%20Program%20Manual%20-%20Cherry%20Hospital%20final%209-24.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Astrid Ertola, Ph.D. - (919) 947-8320 - Astrid.ertola@dhhs.nc.gov
Submit applications to: Astrid.ertola@dhhs.nc.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 2:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 29, 5:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/29/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Cherry Hospital is a state psychiatric hospital setting that offers inpatient psychiatric treatment to individuals starting at age 12. The hospital offers individual therapy, diagnostic assessment, psychoeducational groups, school psychology services, and capacity restoration services (when needed) for all ages. It is preferred that individuals who apply to the internship program at Cherry Hospital possess an interest and some experience with individuals who have severe and persistent mental illness. The expected start date for this internship with be August 1, 2019.



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

Location: Stillwater, Minnesota and Shakopee, Minnesota
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://mn.gov/doc/employment-opportunities/intern-opportunities/intern-positions/mentalhealth/doctoral-psychology-internship/
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Adam Piccolino, PsyD, ABN, LP - (952) 233-3897; Adam.piccolino@state.mn.us
Submit applications to: Adam.piccolino@state.mn.us
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 29, 5:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/29/19: BOTH (2) POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

The Minnesota Department of Corrections has two internship positions out of four available (the other 2 positions were filled during Phase I of the match process), with one internship position at Minnesota Correctional Facility (MCF)-Oak Park Heights and one at MCF-Shakopee. MCF-Oak Park Heights is an adult male, maximum level security prison that offers the intern experience working in an inpatient setting in the Mental Health Unit (MHU) and in outpatient mental health services. MCF-Shakopee is the state’s only female prison. It houses offenders with all custody levels. Interns will gain experience at both facilities providing a variety of service and service intensity levels including mental health intakes, crisis interventions, individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, and psychological assessments. Along with direct clinical contact, interns will be gather weekly for didactics and may have opportunity for additional training experiences throughout the year. Interns are entitled to an annual stipend of $30,000, and are eligible for health insurance benefits. Psychology interns do not receive holiday, sick or vacation pay. Instead they are allowed up to fifteen Personal/Educational/Dissertation (PED) days away from the facility. For more information, please refer to the website.

To apply, please submit the following to the email designated above: (1) A .pdf copy of AAPI, (2) Cover letter, (3) Curriculum vita, (4) Graduate Transcripts, (5) DCT’s Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness, and (6) Three standardized references.



Site: Sagamore Children’s Psychiatric Center Internship
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Dix Hills, NY
Website: N/A
TD Name and Contact Info: Shira Weiss, PsyD - (631) 370-1837 - Shira.Weiss@omh.ny.gov
Submit applications to: Shira.Weiss@omh.ny.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 29, 5:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/29/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Sagamore Children’s Psychiatric Center is a New York State Office of Mental Health facility that provides long term hospitalization to Children and Adolescents with severe and persistent mental illness across Long Island. For a brochure about our program, please contact Shira Weiss, Director of Psychology, at Shira.Weiss@omh.ny.gov or 631.370.1837

Sagamore Children’s Psychiatric Center has one unfilled position for our 2019-2020 Psychology Internship. In order to apply to our program, please submit the following materials via email: A .pdf copy of the "basic" AAPI, Cover Letter, CV, Standardized Reference Forms, DCT's "Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness,” sample Psychological Evaluation and answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI.



Site: Northeastern Oklahoma Psychology Internship Program – Indian Health Care Resource Center
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1521)

Location: Tulsa, OK
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.nopip.org/ihcrc
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Richard Walton ( drw@tc4cp.com )
Submit applications to: Dr. David Bright ( dbright@ihcrc.org )
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 3:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 29, 5:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/29/19: BOTH (2) POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Indian Health Care Resource Center (IHCRC) has two internship positions. Applicants seeking a diverse generalist experience and whom have an interest in working with a unique and underserved population in a multidisciplinary full-service medical facility are encouraged to apply. Please see our website for additional information. Any further questions about the positions should be directed to Dr. Bright.



Site: Dorothy B. Hersh Child Protection Center, at Saint Peter’s University Hospital
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2332)

Location: New Brunswick, NJ
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.saintpetershcs.com/Locations/Dorothy-B-Hersh-Child-Protection-Center/Clinical-Forensic-Internship-Training-Program
TD Name and Contact Info: Brett A. Biller, Psy.D. - babiller@saintpetersuh.com, 732-448-1000 x2218
Submit applications to: babiller@saintpetersuh.com - Please include a cover letter of interest, a current CV, and two letters of recommendation.
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 29, 5:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/29/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Dorothy B. Hersh Child Protection Center is excited to announce the availability of one internship training position for the 2019-2020 academic year. Our site is dedicated to guiding doctoral students in achieving their goals in achieving clinical excellence. Throughout the internship training year, interns gain a comprehensive knowledge of working with children and families who have experienced child maltreatment. Interns will learn how to work in an integrative manner with other professionals including, physicians, nurses, child protective service workers, and law enforcement officers. Interns conduct evaluations and mental health treatment. At the conclusion of the internship year, interns will have clinical skills that will serve them well in any clinical setting they eventually seek employment.



Site: Kern Behavioral Health & Recovery Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2009)

Location: Bakersfield, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/2d0775_4e7eeaf90680426abc1cdf0c9b0b9827.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Joy Quiton-Buaya, Psy.D. - 661-868-7852 - jquiton@kernbhrs.org
Submit applications to: jquiton@kernbhrs.org and slara@kernbhrs.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 3:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 26, 1:45pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 29, 1:00am Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/29/19: ALL FOUR POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

UPDATED 3/26/19: The Kern Behavioral Health & Recovery Services Psychology Internship Program has updated its’ required application materials to include letters of recommendation and personal statements, in addition to the required application materials.

ORIGINAL LISTING: The Kern Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Psychology Internship Program is accepting applications for 4 internship positions. The program located in Bakersfield, CA offers training in both forensic and child psychology. We offer excellent training experiences, competitive stipends, and healthcare coverage in an area of nearly 400,000 residents, well-known for its low cost of living. Please see our brochure and contact Dr. Joy Quiton-Buaya if interested.



Site: University of North Florida Counseling Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2435)

Location: Jacksonville, FL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.unf.edu/counseling-center/Doctoral_Internship.aspx
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Bogomaz - m.bogomaz@unf.edu - 904-620-2602
Submit applications to: m.bogomaz@unf.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 29, 1:00am Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/29/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

UNF Counseling Center is still looking to fill one intern position. Please look at the description of our program and don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions.



Site: University of Cincinnati, Counseling & Psychological Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1505)

Location: Cincinnati, OH
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.uc.edu/campus-life/caps/training-program/predoctoral-training-program.html
TD Name and Contact Info: Elizabeth Lehman, Ph.D. 513-556-0648, lehmanea@ucmail.uc.edu
Submit applications to: lehmanea@ucmail.uc.edu
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 26, 1:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 29, 1:00am Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/29/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The University of Cincinnati, Counseling and Psychological Services would like to announce one opening for our internship program. We are a student-focused, diversity-minded center that offers excellent training in individual therapy, group therapy, outreach, and assessment. We have a particularly robust group program, offering interpersonal process, identity-based, and psychoeducational groups. We also offer areas of concentration for Trauma-Informed Care and Suicide Prevention/Mental Health Promotion. From our meditation room, to our Let’s Talk drop in appointments, to our practical skills workshops, our center focuses on meeting the needs of the whole student. We are seeking motivated, curious-minded, and self-aware interns to join our team of professionals for their training year. Please email Elizabeth Lehman, Ph.D. at lehmanea@ucmail.uc.edu if you have any questions.

The University of Cincinnati requires that applicants complete an additional short application to the university, before any interviews take place. This helps us ensure that we are following equitable hiring practices. To apply, please complete the information at this address: https://jobs.uc.edu/job/Cincinnati-Psychological-Intern-CAPS-%28Counseling-and-Psychological-Services%29-OH-45201/543006400/ Please also send the required documents (AAPI, Cover Letter, CV) along with the DCT’s “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness” and standardized reference forms to lehmanea@ucmail.uc.edu. DCT verification and reference forms may be sent by student or by DCT/letter writer.



Site: National Psychology Training Consortium, Great Lakes Region
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2288)

Location: Logansport, IN
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.psychologyinterns.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Adam Andreassen, PsyD - aandreassen@psychologyinterns.org - 417-812-6495
Submit applications to: kdixon@psychologyinterns.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 12:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 26, 1:45pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, March 27, 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 29, 1:00am Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/29/19: ALL THREE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

UPDATED 3/27/19: The Four County IHC position has been filled.

UPDATED 3/26/19: The Valley Oaks / Riggs CHC position has been filled.

ORIGINAL LISTING: National Psychology Training Consortium – Great Lakes Region still has 3 available positions in our APA-Accredited internship. These positions include:

1. Four County Counseling Center / IHC Grant Funded Internship – 1 positions (Integrated health care experience as a part of a grant). Placement location would be IU Tipton.
2. Bowen Center Traditional – 1 position (Community Mental Health Center)
3. Valley Oaks Health / Riggs CHC IHC Grant Funded – 1 position (Integrated health care experience as a part of a HRSA grant)

Links to site bios can be found here: http://psychologyinterns.org/great-lakes-current-sites/

While our sites prefer you include all aspects of the AAPI when applying, we understand the difficulty in obtaining letters of reference. Applicants may submit all application materials without letters of reference, with the understanding that they will be sent as soon as possible. You can find our list of eligibility requirements here: http://psychologyinterns.org/internship-application/. All application materials should be sent to kdixon@psychologyinterns.org.

If you have any questions about any of these positions please don’t hesitate to contact us via phone or email.



Site: Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
Accreditation: YES, on contingency (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2391)

Location: Rochester, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.rit.edu/healthsciences/graduate-studies/clinical-psychology-internship/placements​​
TD Name and Contact Info: Caroline Easton, Ph.D. (203-915-4923 / caroline.easton@rit.edu)
Submit applications to: caroline.easton@rit.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 1:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 29, 1:00am Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/29/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

RIT is pleased to announce that we have 1 paid internship placement. This rotation provides trainees with opportunities to support trauma-informed care to schools, consultation to behavioral health organizations and it involves program evaluation /analyzing data pertaining to adolescent risk behaviors.



Site: University of Memphis Student Health and Counseling Services/ Counseling Center
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1559)

Location: Memphis, TN
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.memphis.edu/counseling/training/index.php
TD Name and Contact Info: Linh P. Luu, Ph.D. - lluu1@memphis.edu - 901.678.2068
Submit applications to: lluu1@memphis.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 12:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, March 27, 11:45pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/27/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

University of Memphis Counseling Center internship training program has one unfilled position for the 2019-2020 class. Intern’s stipend for 12 months is $30,000 with full benefits (24 days annual leave, 12 days sick leave, 13 holidays, EAP, Retirement benefits, medical/ dental insurance available). For more information, please visit our website or contact Dr. Linh Luu- Training Director at lluu1@memphis.edu



Site: Southwest Behavioral & Health Services
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2035)

Location: Phoenix, AZ
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.sbhservices.org/doctoral-internship-psychology
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Lynette Livesay - lynettel@sbhservices.org
Submit applications to: lynettel@sbhservices.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 12:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, March 27, 12:00 noon Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/27/19: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Southwest Behavioral & Health Services is pleased to announce that we have two positions in our School and Community Based Counseling Services program and one in our Recovery College/Community Living Program. The positions are described in our brochure which can be accessed in the link above. Applicants should specify which position is of interest in their email/cover letter addressed to Dr. Livesay. Complete applications should include the APPIC required items, three reference letters, as well as the four essay questions from the AAPI.



Site: Mississippi State University Student Counseling Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Starkville, MS
Website: http://www.health.msstate.edu/scs/internship.php
TD Name and Contact Info: Ty Stafford, PhD; tws37@msstate.edu, 662-325-2091
Submit applications to: tws37@msstate.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, March 27, 12:00 noon Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/27/19: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Mississippi State University Student Counseling Services (SCS) currently has 2 open internship positions. Applicants who are interested in working in a dynamic, interdisciplinary setting at a rural university with a student body from diverse and often underserved populations are encouraged to apply. Positions include a stipend of $30,000 with full benefits. Interns will also be eligible to participate in our staff housing program. Interns can expect to receive a variety of experiences including: Individual therapy, group therapy, crisis and after-hour experience, outreach, and supervision. Additionally, SCS offers a variety of specialized rotations to choose from including LGBT+ students, sexual assault and trauma work, and specialized rotations within our satellite offices at the MS State’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Athletics Department.



Site: Manchester VAMC
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2431)

Location: Manchester, NH
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.manchester.va.gov/careers/Psychology_Internship_Program.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Sherry Thrasher, Psy.D. - sherry.thrasher@va.gov
Submit applications to: sherry.thrasher@va.gov and Sandra.Lawrence-Clarke@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/27/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Manchester VAMC is seeking applicants from APA accredited Clinical or Counseling Psychology Programs. Please submit a copy of the APPI, standardized reference forms, essay questions on the AAPI and DCT’s, “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness.”

Manchester VAMC (Manchester NH) would like to announce one open position for the 2019-2020 training year. Rotations are available in primary care mental health integration, mental health, psychological assessment, health psychology, and neuropsychological assessment. The program is a member of APPIC. At this time the program is not APA accredited program although in accordance with VA psychology qualification standards, interns who successfully complete an internship at the VA, even if the program is not yet accredited, ARE eligible for VA postdoctoral fellowships and/or VA employment. For more information on our program please visit: https://www.manchester.va.gov/careers/Psychology_Internship_Program.asp or contact the training director.



Site: Southern California DOC & Rehab Consortium - California Institution for Women
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2343)

Location: Corona, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://cchcs.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/60/Careers/SCDCRCPsychologyInternshipHandbook.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Mark Wrathall, Psy.D., Training Director - 909-217-5989 - Mark.wrathall@cdcr.ca.gov
Submit applications to: Please submit your AAPI to: Jennifer Foote, Psy.D. - Jennifer.Foote2@cdcr.ca.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 2:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/27/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The California Institution for Women (CIW) is looking to fill one internship position for the 2019-2020 year. Not APA Accredited, but we recently had a site visit from APA and are awaiting results; please be advised that there is no guarantee that we will ultimately achieve accreditation.

CIW’s inmate population is diverse. There is a wide range of inmates with respect to age, ethnicity, socio-economic status, medical issues, mental health issues, and crimes of commitment. Some diagnostic examples include but are not limited to: traumatic brain injuries, neurological impairments, substance abuse disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, personality disorders, etc. Interns are placed in one primary rotation based in an inpatient or outpatient setting. Once accepted as an intern, placement into a primary rotation is determined based on interest and suitability for the program. In addition, there is the opportunity to complete six comprehensive assessments, and supervision of a practicum student.



Site: Geisinger Medical Center, Adult Psychology and Behavioral Medicine Track
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1530)

Location: Danville, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.geisinger.edu/education/residencies-fellowships/residencies/psychology-internship-residency
TD Name and Contact Info: Laura K. Campbell, PhD, ABPP; (570) 271-6516; lkcampbell@geisinger.edu
Submit applications to: lkcampbell@geisinger.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 25, 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, March 25, 12:45 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/25/19: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Geisinger Medical Center has one open position for its APA-accredited internship in the Adult Psychology and Behavioral Medicine Track. Interns will have the opportunity to round out their generalist clinical training in evidence-based assessment and intervention while also gaining experience in integrated health and behavioral medicine. Clinical experiences include pre-surgical evaluations for bariatric and spine surgery programs, cognitive-behavioral group interventions for chronic pain and weight management, integrated primary care, and multidisciplinary oncology or cystic fibrosis clinics. Interns will have protected time to work on clinical research and program development.