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Current List of Available Positions

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


Updated 5:00 PM Eastern Time - Sunday, September 9, 2018


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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 2018-19 training year. 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. Those who wish to be notified via e-mail of updates to this list may sign up for such notifications here after March 1, 2018.

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 will operate from March 26, 2018 through October 31, 2018.

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: Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI)
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2136)

Location: San Jose, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.aaci.org or http://mh-internship.aaci.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Anthony Miner, 408-975-2730, ext. 143
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, June 27, 1:00pm Eastern Time

AACI currently has an opening for 1 full-time intern (1 full year) in our Family and Children (F&C) program. Duties of this position include individual and family therapy with youth (office-based and community-based), psychological assessment (6 batteries required for the training year), clinical documentation, didactic training, participation in rotations in school-based counseling, peer supervision of a practicum student, as well as 2 case assignments from the Center for Survivors of Torture (CST).

Travel is required and expected; It is expected that you have a working vehicle to travel to and from community locations for client contact. You will be required to provide a copy of your auto insurance and driver’s license as part of our onboarding process. While caseloads may vary, it can be expected that at least half of your caseload will be at community locations (client’s home, other locations, etc.).

Required documents from applicants: 1. a cover letter that describes your interest in the training program at AACI, as well as your comfort level and experience with providing community-based therapy services in a client’s home or other community environment(s), and why you think that placement in the Family and Children (F&C) program would be a good fit for your professional goals; 2. Current Curriculum Vitae; 3. 3 letters of recommendation; 4. A copy of graduate school transcripts; and 5. a copy of a de-identified integrated psychological assessment completed by the applicant.

The stipend for this position is $25,000.



Site: Mid-Michigan Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Ann Arbor, Brighton, Mason, and Saginaw, Michigan
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://education.msu.edu/cepse/school-psychology/mmpic/
TD Name and Contact Info: Jana Aupperlee ([email protected]) and Courtenay Morsi Barrett ([email protected])
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, July 17, 1:30 am Eastern Time (Change to listing description)

UPDATED 7/17/18: The description below has been updated to reflect changes in available positions.

The MMPIC trainers would like to announce that we have 5 unfilled psychology intern positions. Two positions have just been added.

Available positions are as follows:
• *NEW* Integrated Behavioral Health and Pediatric Psychology, housed in Michigan Medicine, Department of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases, Division of Pediatric Psychology (Ann Arbor, MI) (2 interns)
• Saginaw Public Schools (Saginaw, MI) (2 interns)
• Sunfield Center for Autism, ADHD, and Behavioral Health (Ann Arbor, 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. Only interns from school psychology programs will be considered for placement at Saginaw Public Schools.

To apply, please contact Dr. Aupperlee via email. Applicants who completed an AAPI prior to May 31 must submit a completed AAPI. Please include DCT verification of eligibility and current responses to the "Professional Conduct" questions from the AAPI.



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. - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, April 9, 12:15am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, July 15, 1:30 pm Eastern Time (Availability of free housing)

UPDATED 7/15/18: We are pleased to add that free housing for this position includes a small, one-bedroom, modestly furnished apartment with utilities and internet access. As part of our on-campus community, you will be expected to be available to provide some outreach and consultation for resident directors and resident assistants.

Frostburg State University Internship Program is accepting applications for 2018-2019. We are pleased to announce that the annual stipend has been increased from $19,000 to $23,000. We have one unfilled position at this time. Please check out our website https://www.frostburg.edu/student-life/campus-services/caps/ and choose the Doctoral Internship button on the left for details about our program. Any questions or requests for additional information may be directed to Dr. Patricia Robison, the current Acting Training Director. Our counseling center sees a diverse population of college students; many are first generation students and we have a large number of international students on campus as well.

Applicants should email Dr. Patricia Robison the required documents (.pdf copy of their “basic” AAPI, a tailored cover letter and a curriculum vita), as well as the Standardized Reference Forms of his/her reference-writers; the DCT’s “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness;” answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI; and a copy of his/her graduate transcripts. Thank you for your interest in our program.



Site: Sharp HealthCare
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1153)

Location: San Diego, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.sharp.com/interns-fellows/doctoral-psychology-internship/
TD Name and Contact Info: Lynn Northrop, PhD - 858-836-8394 - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, June 27, 1:00pm Eastern Time

The APA accredited internship Sharp HealthCare in sunny San Diego is excited to announce the funding of (1) additional intern position – bringing us from 7 to 8 funded positions.

Sharp HealthCare is a large not-for-profit health care system. Sharp interns complete three four-month rotations. Rotations are available Sharp Mesa Vista Hospital (153 bed psychiatric hospital with more than a dozen outpatient programs) and the Sharp McDonald Center (a free-standing, joint-commission-accredited CD treatment facility). Sharp faculty are dedicated to competency-based training and empirically supported treatments. Interns also receive extensive training and experience in psychological assessment and in clinical supervision. All that we do is guided by values of person-centered care, The Recovery Model, Trauma Informed Care, and Cultural Competence. And did I mention we are in San Diego?

Qualified applicants: (1) Are enrolled in APA-accredited doctoral program in psychology. (2) Have accumulated at least 500 intervention and 50 assessment hours at practicum sites approved by their doctoral program. (3) Have passed their comprehensive exams and will have proposed dissertation before July 30, 2018. (4) Are able to start internship on July 30, 2018. (5) Have a healthy sense of humor, a strong work ethic, a commitment to self-awareness and self-care, a belief in the inherent worth and dignity of all human beings, a devotion to empiricism (big E and little e), a strong commitment to cultural competence, a strong interest in assessment (you'll do a lot of it here), strong interpersonal skills and a demonstrated ability to work effectively as part of a team, excellent time-management skills, advanced fluency in behavioral, third-wave, and cognitive-behavioral theory and technique, interest in developing competence as a clinical supervisor, interest in leadership and organizational/systems level influence, interest in serious mental illness and the inpatient psychiatric environment, interest in developing group therapy skills.

Much information about our training program can be obtained in the APPIC directory (1153) and at the website noted above. Please note that we are awaiting update of these documents, and the they might not yet reflect the addition of the 8th position and an additional rotation option at the Sharp McDonald Center (i.e., new rotation in Substance Use Disorder Intensive Outpatient Program).

If you are interested in being considered for our additional position, please EMAIL the following to Lynn Northrop, PhD, training director at [email protected]: (1) A .pdf copy of your "basic" AAPI (2) A cover letter, describing your training goals and their fit with training opportunities at Sharp HealthCare (3) A curriculum vita (4) DCT's "Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness" (5) Answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI (6) Graduate Transcripts (unofficial copy is acceptable) (7) Three letters of recommendation emailed directly to Dr. Northrop from your letter writers. No other supplemental materials are required.

If you have ANY questions, do not hesitate to reach out to Dr. Northrop by email or phone (858-836-8394). We are also happy to put you in touch with current interns. We are looking forward to hearing from you!



Site: Nebraska Mental Health Centers
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1781)

Location: Lincoln, Nebraska
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.nmhc-clinics.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Lisa Logsden, Psy.D. ([email protected])
Submit applications to: Rose Zlomke ([email protected])
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, May 30, 2:15 am Eastern Time (See updates below)

UPDATED 5/30/18: (1) We have 2 positions left to fill for our 2018-19 intern cohort and are eager to fill them! Both our internship program and agency have received information in the past month that provide validation for the efforts in training doctoral interns and service to the community, as well as new opportunities for our upcoming internship class.

(2) Nebraska Mental Health Centers Psychology Internship Program recently received notification of approval for an accreditation site visit by APA in response to our submitted self-study in November 2017. The dates for the upcoming site visit are pending at this time. Please be advised that this does not guarantee that our program will receive accreditation.

(3) We are also pleased to announce expanded training opportunities such as providing services in local-area schools, integrating with primary care practices, and working closely with various non-profit and government agencies. These opportunities are in addition to the already diverse generalist focused training in therapeutic intervention and psychological evaluation while serving rural communities.

The Nebraska Mental Health Center Psychology Internship Program is currently looking to fill two positions for the upcoming 2018-2019 internship year. NMHC-PIP offers an internship program that is designed to offer a structured experience covering not only a wide variety of psychological services across diverse populations, but also the business and administrative knowledge necessary for today's practitioners via dynamic and service oriented agencies. Interns will have a variety of training opportunity providing therapeutic interventions to persons across the lifespan and conduct psychological evaluations. Our self-study was submitted to APA for review in November 2017. Please be advised that there is no assurance that we will be able to successfully achieve accreditation. Please contact us if you have any questions about the opportunities at our internship.



Site: Federal Bureau of Prisons, Federal Medical Center, Fort Worth, TX
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1575)

Location: Fort Worth, TX
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.bop.gov/jobs/docs/ftw_internship_201709.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Pamela Morris, Ph.D., [email protected], 817-413-3130
Submit applications to: Via USAJobs first, and then upon request to [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, May 9, 9:00pm Eastern Time

The Federal Medical Center, Fort Worth, TX is an APA accredited Doctoral Psychology Internship site which has one (1) available Doctoral Psychology Intern position for the 2018 - 2019 year. The Doctoral Psychology Internship Program at FMC Fort Worth will provide one year of full-time training (approximately 2,000 hours) and will begin during the week of August 5, 2018. FMC Fort Worth Doctoral Psychology Internship positions are available to students enrolled in APA-accredited Clinical Psychology and Counseling Psychology doctoral programs. Eligible Psychology Intern candidates will have successfully completed all graduate level coursework and practicum requirements, and should have demonstrated progress in the completion of their dissertation, to include approval of their dissertation proposal. Prior experience working in corrections is not required, however, demonstrated prior pursuit of clinical experience in correctional settings, with challenging populations and providing crisis interventions are considered positively. FMC Fort Worth Doctoral Psychology Internship staff are dedicated to attracting, supporting, and retaining diverse Psychology Interns and staff.

FMC Fort Worth Doctoral Psychology Interns will have the opportunity to complete a year-long general rotation and select from two of five six-month rotations in the areas of psychology in corrections, behavioral medicine, drug abuse treatment, forensic evaluations, and mental illness. Detailed information about the structure of the internship can be found via review of the internship brochure located at: https://www.bop.gov/jobs/docs/ftw_internship_201709.pdf or via email contact with the Internship Training Coordinator, Dr. Pamela Morris, at [email protected].

In order to be considered for the internship position you must have completed the application process on USAJobs between April 27 and May 4. This link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/498166400 takes you to the vacancy announcement. Additionally, you will need either a statement from the Training Director presiding over the doctoral program validating completion of the AAPI and matriculation at a clinical or counseling doctoral program, or a copy of confirmation of completion of the AAPI and registration for the APPIC Match (i.e. proof of payment or APPIC Match ID number). Importantly, this application MUST be completed in order to be considered for an on-site interview. However, an on-site interview will be conducted ONLY if you are assessed as qualified and included among the Best Qualified Category after the processing of the vacancy by the Consolidated Staffing Unit.

Upon successful completion of the USAJOBS portion of the application process, those who remain under consideration for an internship position will be asked to provide other relevant information (e.g, complete APPI), and may subsequently be invited to interview with FMC Fort Worth staff via an on-site interview at FMC Fort Worth, TX. Participation in an on-site interview is considered to be a requirement within the interview process. Finally, due to the fact that all Bureau of Prisons positions are designated as "sensitive," Psychology Intern candidates must meet the same eligibility and pre-employment requirements as permanent staff members before assuming the position. This process includes successful completion of a USAJOBS application (as noted above), passing score on the Core Values Assessment (CVA), and successful completion of a background investigation, drug screen, panel/pre-employment interview, and two-week Institution Familiarization course.



Site: Ohio Psychology Internship
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1500)

Location: Akron, OH
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.summit-psychological.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Deborah R. Walsh, Ph.D., [email protected]
Submit applications to: Send applications to Crystal Ankney at [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, May 9, 2:30pm Eastern Time

The Ohio Psychology Internship has just been able to open up two new internship positions for the July 2018 to June 2019 internship year. These positions are full time training positions at a State Psychiatric Hospital, Heartland Behavioral Health. Interns at the state hospital will complete forensic and diagnostic evaluations, provide individual treatment and facilitate groups with clients on acute care and long term forensic units. Interns will receive individual supervision from psychologists on staff at the hospital and will attend daily multidisciplinary staffings with medical, social work, nursing and psychology staff. Didactic training will occur with the other six interns who are matched with the outpatient forensic services track. Please email the APPI, a vita and a cover letter to Crystal Ankney.



Site: Federal Correctional Complex, Petersburg (FCC Petersburg)
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2169)

Location: Petersburg, Virginia
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.bop.gov/jobs/docs/pex_internship_201709.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Kelli L. Heck, Ph.D. - [email protected]ov, (804) 690-5329 x4249
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Saturday, April 28, 4:00am Eastern Time

The Federal Correctional Complex in Petersburg, Virginia is an APA accredited Doctoral Psychology Internship site which has three (3) available Doctoral Psychology Intern positions. The Doctoral Psychology Internship Program at FCC Petersburg will provide one year of full-time training (approximately 2,000 hours) and will begin during the week of August 5, 2018. FCC Petersburg Doctoral Psychology Internship positions are available to students enrolled in APA-accredited Clinical Psychology and Counseling Psychology doctoral programs. Eligible Psychology Intern candidates will have successfully completed all graduate level coursework and practicum requirements, and should have demonstrated progress in the completion of their dissertation. Prior experience working in corrections is not required, however, demonstrated prior pursuit of clinical experience in correctional settings, and expressed interest in obtaining future employment in a correctional setting, are considered positively. FCC Petersburg Doctoral Psychology Internship staff are dedicated to attracting, supporting, and retaining diverse Psychology Interns and staff.

FCC Petersburg Doctoral Psychology Interns will have the opportunity to complete a four month rotation on each of the available primary rotations (e.g., Drug Abuse Program, General Population/Mental Health, and Sex Offender Management Program). Psychology Interns will additionally complete a year-long secondary general population/mental health focused rotation, where each Psychology Intern will have the opportunity to provide longer term care to their caseload. Detailed information about the structure of the internship can be found via review of the internship brochure located at: https://www.bop.gov/jobs/docs/pex_internship_201709.pdf or via email contact with the Internship Training Coordinator, Dr. Kelli Heck, at [email protected].

In order to be considered for the internship position you must complete the application process on USAJobs between April 27 and May 4. This link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/498166400 will take you to the vacancy announcement. Please insure that you read the announcement fully and that your transcript provides all the required information that is listed in the announcement. We do not recommend using online transcripts, as they rarely have all the required information. You should use an unofficial or official copy from your school's registrar's office. Additionally, you will need either a statement from the Training Director presiding over the doctoral program validating completion of the AAPI and matriculation at a clinical or counseling doctoral program, or a copy of confirmation of completion of the AAPI and registration for the APPIC Match (i.e. proof of payment or APPIC Match ID number). Importantly, this application MUST be completed in order to be considered for an on-site interview. However, an on-site interview will be conducted ONLY if you are assessed as qualified and included among the Best Qualified Category after the processing of the vacancy by the Consolidated Staffing Unit.

Upon successful completion of the USAJOBS portion of the application process, those who remain under consideration for an internship position will be asked to provide other relevant information (e.g, complete APPI), and may subsequently be invited to interview with FCC Petersburg staff via an on-site interview at FCC Petersburg. Participation in an on-site interview is considered to be a requirement within the interview process. Finally, due to the fact that all Bureau of Prisons positions are designated as "sensitive," Psychology Intern candidates must meet the same eligibility and pre-employment requirements as permanent staff members before assuming the position. This process includes successful completion of a USAJOBS application (as noted above), passing score on the Core Values Assessment (CVA), and successful completion of a background investigation, drug screen, panel/pre-employment interview, and two-week Institution Familiarization course.

FCC Petersburg staff would like to train enthusiastic and motivated students in 2018-2019. If you believe you would be a good fit with FCC Petersburg, please forward your application materials to [email protected], or contact the Internship Training Coordinator for more information.



Site: Federal Bureau of Prisons, Federal Correctional Institution, Terminal Island
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1167)

Location: San Pedro, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.bop.gov/jobs/docs/cpdiptrm.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Terra Follick, Psy.D., [email protected], 310-732-5304
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Saturday, April 28, 4:00am Eastern Time

The APA accredited internship at FCI Terminal Island has one vacancy for the upcoming training year. Interns will work in a low security federal prison and provide evidence based treatment to incarcerated men. Please review the on-line brochure for additional information. To apply, please email your curriculum vita, AAPI, three letters of reference and four essay questions to [email protected].

In order to be considered for the internship position you must complete the application process on USAJobs between April 27 and May 4. This link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/498166400 will take you to the vacancy announcement. Please insure that you read the announcement fully and that your transcript provides all the required information that is listed in the announcement. We do not recommend using online transcripts, as they rarely have all the required information. You should use an unofficial or official copy from your school's registrar's office. Additionally, you will need either a statement from the Training Director presiding over the doctoral program validating completion of the AAPI and matriculation at a clinical or counseling doctoral program or a copy of confirmation of completion of the AAPI and registration for the APPIC Match (i.e. proof of payment or APPIC Match ID number). Importantly, this application MUST be completed in order to be considered for an on-site interview. However, an on-site interview will be conducted ONLY if you are assessed as qualified and included among the Best Qualified Category after the processing of the vacancy by the Consolidated Staffing Unit.



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

Location: Tallahassee, FL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.bop.gov/jobs/docs/tal_intern.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Hunter McIntyre, Ph.D.: [email protected] - (850-878-2173 ext. 1298)
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Saturday, April 28, 4:00am Eastern Time

FCI Tallahassee is a low security, female facility housing offenders who have been convicted of a range of federal crimes, while the Federal Detention Center (or FDC) houses up to 300 male offenders. The primary mission of the Psychology Department at FCI/FDC Tallahassee is to provide mental health services for designated and holdover inmates. In addition to crisis intervention, long- and short-term mental health treatment, the Psychology staff at FCI/FDC Tallahassee offer a Residential Drug Abuse Program, Nonresidential Drug Abuse Program, Drug Abuse Education, Resolve Program, and the APA-Accredited Doctoral Internship Program. Each treatment program has been developed by the Bureau of Prisons with a focus on empirically supported interventions. In order to be considered for the internship position you must complete the application process on USAJobs between April 27 and May 4. This link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/498166400 will take you to the vacancy announcement. Please insure that you read the announcement fully and that your transcript provides all the required information that is listed in the announcement. We do not recommend using online transcripts, as they rarely have all the required information. You should use an unofficial or official copy from your school's registrar's office. Additionally, you will need either a statement from the Training Director presiding over the doctoral program validating completion of the AAPI and matriculation at a clinical or counseling doctoral program or a copy of confirmation of completion of the AAPI and registration for the APPIC Match (i.e. proof of payment or APPIC Match ID number). Importantly, this application MUST be completed in order to be considered for an on-site interview. However, an on-site interview will be conducted ONLY if you are assessed as qualified and included among the Best Qualified Category after the processing of the vacancy by the Consolidated Staffing Unit.



Site: OhioGuidestone
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2054)

Location: Brook Park, OH (Greater Cleveland Metropolitan Area)
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://ogsnew.wpengine.com/social-work-jobs/social-work-internships/doctoral-internships/
TD Name and Contact Info: Robert B. Denton, PsyD. - [email protected] - 440-260-6870 office 216-952-5272 cell
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Saturday, April 21, 11:15pm Eastern Time

The Doctoral Internship in Health Service Psychology at OhioGuidestone has one position open for the upcoming 2018-2019 internship year. This position has major track rotations in Home-Based psychotherapy and Psychological Testing. We are dedicated in assisting Doctoral Interns in building psychological intervention assessment skills with children, adolescents, and families, to develop professional competency through hands-on direct service, and analysis of that contact. We emphasize ongoing reflection and dialogue between supervisors and supervisees and in expose interns to research-based empirical and theoretical knowledge in the field.



Site: Goodman Psychological Services Center
Accreditation: NO (See additional information below)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1212)

Location: Miami, Florida
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.albizu.edu
TD Name and Contact Info: Maria Alonso-Mahoney, Psy.D. – [email protected] - 305-593-1223 Ext. 3185
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Saturday, April 21, 11:15pm Eastern Time

The Goodman Psychological Services Center Doctoral Internship Program in Miami, Florida currently has 3 full-time internship positions available for the 2018-2019 training year. The 3 vacancies are for the Goodman Center clinic, which is located within Albizu University, our sponsoring agency. The Goodman Center is a private, nonprofit community outpatient mental health facility, serving children, adolescents, and adults. Interns will have the opportunity to conduct individual, couples and family psychotherapy to a culturally diverse population, crisis intervention, mentor and supervise practicum students, as well as gain extensive experience in assessment, and particularly psychoeducational evaluations. For more information and detail regarding the internship training, please follow the link to our Training Manual located in the Albizu University website.

The internship program recently underwent a site visit in March 2018 and is awaiting a review and a decision by the Commission on Accreditation regarding APA accreditation. Please be aware that there is no guarantee that our program will ultimately achieve accreditation.

The internship program is currently open nationally and accepting applicants from APA-accredited Psy.D. programs in clinical psychology.

Please submit: a copy of your AAPI, a cover letter, and an updated vita. If you are granted an interview you will be asked to submit a redacted psychological evaluation report and a verification of eligibility for internship from your DCT.

Submit applications to Dr. Maria Alonso-Mahoney (Training Director) at [email protected] or feel free to email or call for any specific questions.



Site: Puget Sound Psychiatric Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2327)

Location: Bothell, WA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://pspctraining.org/
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Max Hines, [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Saturday, April 21, 11:15pm Eastern Time

We have two internship openings and share with you the desire to find a good match. As a fairly new and non-accredited site, we are like a young parent, with lots of enthusiasm and energy to invest in you. We are dedicated to offering a safe, supportive yet rich and engaging learning environment where practice with feedback facilitates you becoming the clinical psychologist we both know you can become. It's a process as reflected in the stages of development of a competent sense of self as a clinical psychologist. We all know about the "imposter syndrome." Let's accept that and talk about it without judgment. Then you can implement theory and techniques, engaging in the process of learning and growing. Even the application is a process, one in which you and we can gain clarity regarding whether we're a "match" at a deeper level. If you have any specific questions before applying, feel free to ask [email protected]



Site: Illinois School Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1132)

Location: Normal, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://psychology.illinoisstate.edu/ispic/partners/onarga_full.shtml
TD Name and Contact Info: Brenda J. Huber, PhD, ABPP, [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Thursday, April 12, 11:45am Eastern Time

The Illinois School Psychology Internship Consortium is seeking applicants from school psychology programs interested in joining with 14 other matches in our cohort for 2018-2019. The vacant internship position involves three placements: a residential program for sexually reactive youth, a community mental health center, and a school district. Please see the link above for additional information about the position, our consortium, and our diversity plan.



Site: Rutgers School Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2380)

Location: Piscataway NJ (positions available in Newark, NJ and Glastonbury, CT)
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://gsapp.rutgers.edu/programs/psy-internship-consortium
TD Name and Contact Info: Erin McDonough, Ph.D. - [email protected] - 848-445-7793
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Friday, April 6, 2:15pm Eastern Time

The Rutgers School Psychology Internship Consortium has three open positions in the post-match vacancy service; two positions are available at the Rutgers – Newark Counseling Center, and one position is open at the Center for Children with Special Needs in Glastonbury, CT. At the Rutgers University-Newark (RUN) Counseling Center, interns serve students of America’s most diverse national university. It is with this pride that we work with several departments around campus to promote psychological well-being in a multiculturally competent manner to all of our students. Under supervision, the pre-doctoral interns provide direct therapeutic services; administer cognitive and personality testing protocols/batteries; plan and deliver outreach; and consult with staff and faculty. The Center for Children with Special Needs is the largest private outpatient assessment and treatment facility specifically for Autism and related neurodevelopmental disorders in Connecticut. We are an interdisciplinary center specializing in the diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of children, adolescents, and adults with complex developmental disabilities.



Site: Jamaica Hospital Medical Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: New York City, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: Please email the program director for a copy of the brochure.
TD Name and Contact Info: Pravina Nair, PsyD - 718-206-7344 - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 4:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, April 3, 1:30 pm Eastern Time (Updated brochure; changes to program description)

UPDATED 4/3/18: An updated brochure is available by e-mailing the Training Director. Program description has been updated.

Jamaica Hospital Medical Center is a private general teaching hospital located in NYC with psychiatric services including comprehensive psychiatric emergency program (CPEP), inpatient care, consultation/ liaison (C/L) services and outpatient mental health treatment. Our internship program consists of placement in all of the settings mentioned above and allows our interns to gain a broad experience preparing them to work in various settings within hospital systems. Interns will have opportunities to treat both adults and children (5+), who are diverse in age, race, ethnicity, SES etc utilizing various psychotherapeutic techniques (psychodynamic, CBT, supportive, family systems, play therapy, evidence based treatment etc.)

At our site, interns will have the opportunity to provide services to patients with varying severity of psychopathology including but not limited to Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, Personality Disorders, ADHD, legal/criminal history, substance abuse history etc . Interns provide individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, family interventions, intake evaluations and psychological evaluations. In addition to learning how to treat patients with severe and persistent mental illness, our program also emphasizes multicultural competence. The population served at Jamaica Hospital is exceptionally culturally diverse. Majority of our patients come from the neighborhood in which we are located, which is Queens, NY, one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the world. However, what makes us unique is that our location near John F Kennedy International Airport brings us patients who reside in other states and even other countries (France, Italy, Egypt etc) which adds an extra element to the multicultural learning experience! The position has a stipend of $25,000 with fringe and benefits. At this time, we have submitted application for APPIC membership and are expected to be reviewed within the next couple of months. Please note a review does not guarantee membership. For any further questions, please feel free to call or email to the contact information provided above.



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

Location: Valley State Prison in Chowchilla, CA and California State Prison – Sacramento in Folsom, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: N/A
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Frank Weber - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Saturday, March 31, 3:30am Eastern Time

The Northern California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Consortium (NCDCRC) is a consortium of 5 correctional facilities in Northern California and has full APPIC membership. 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 Valley State Prison in Chowchilla, CA and California State Prison – Sacramento in Folsom, CA. Interested applicants please email Dr. Weber at [email protected] Thank you for your interest.



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 & Dr. Joshua Houseman – [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected] and [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 30, 11:50am Eastern Time (Increased stipend; corrected location)

UPDATED 3/30/18: Stipend has been increased to $28,257; corrected location to Wilmington DE

The Wilmington VAMC has 1 remaining position to fill in our 2-position program. Please submit the entire AAPI (including application, cover letter, essays, CV, references and DCT verification of internship eligibility and readiness) via email to both Dr. Houseman and Dr. Salber-Black. The psychology internship at the Wilmington VA is newly established and therefore not yet accredited by the American Psychological Association. Graduates of this internship program prior to accreditation are eligible to apply for postdoctoral fellowship positions and employment within the VA.

We offer two, full-time, one year doctoral internships in Clinical Psychology, with the goal of developing competent and ethical Psychologists with the requisite knowledge and skills required to practice as generalists in a multitude of clinical settings. The Wilmington VA program appointment is for 2080 hours, which is equivalent to full-time status for one year. Training experience will be shared between Outpatient and Primary Care rotations, with specialized training in treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and Military Sexual Trauma (MST). All clinical activities will occur in the context of recovery-oriented, interdisciplinary care. For more information, please review our Training Brochure.

The current intern 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. Administrative leave for events related to professional development may also be granted. All other leaves, such as Family leave, will be discussed on an individualized basis. This program aims to uphold an accommodating training atmosphere and strives to collaborate with interns to ensure all training requirements are met in a timely manner.

VA training occurs in a health care setting. Some of the patients served by VA are elderly or infirm, and could succumb to common illnesses like influenza. It is important to be able to document that your vaccinations are up to date and that you have been screened for active tuberculosis prior to starting your training at VA or other hospitals. Securing a statement from university student health center, your regular health provider, or an urgent care clinic can expedite your appointment. Additionally, maintaining a current flu vaccination during the training year (or taking additional preventative measures to limit patient exposure to the flu) will be required. Please discuss this with the program training director after you have matched and well before to your start date to facilitate your onboarding.



Site: Alaska Psychology Internship Consortium (AK-PIC)
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2149)

Location: Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Nome, Alaska
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.ak-pic.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Sarah Dewane, PhD, ABPP, [email protected] – 907-212-9334 and Seth Green, PhD, [email protected] -
Submit applications to: Both Dr. Dewane [email protected] AND Dr. Green [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 29, 1:00am Eastern Time

The Alaska Psychology Internship Consortium (AK-PIC) is an APA accredited internship that represents the collaborative effort of five Alaska agencies to share resources and faculty for the purpose of providing a diversified educational program for doctoral psychology interns. The consortium was designed to prepare interns to meet the unique challenges of practicing psychology in rural and remote settings and to ensure clinical competency in working with Alaska’s various cultural groups.

6 Available Positions:
• 1 Position: Hope Counseling Center in Fairbanks, AK – (Faith-based outpatient mental health center)
• 3 Positions: Norton Sound Health Corporation – Behavioral Health Services in Nome, AK – (Outpatient community mental health and village-based counseling services)
• 2 Positions: Providence Family Medicine Center/Alaska Family Medicine Residency in Anchorage, AK – (Integrated behavioral health in primary care clinic)

Interns have a primary placement at one site and complete mini-rotations at other sites within the consortium. Please visit AK-PICs website (www.ak-pic.org) for specific descriptions of each training site. Also refer to the AK-PIC 2018-2019 Internship Brochure for details of the state-wide consortium training experience.

Applicants may apply to as many or as few of the available training sites within AK-PIC as they choose. Please specify which training site(s) you are interested in applying to when submitting your application. Applicants should submit the following required materials: (1) AAPI application; (2) Cover Letter – specifying which site(s) you are interested in and why; (3) CV; (4) Three letters of recommendation; (5) Academic Transcript.



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

Location: Augusta, ME
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.maine.gov/dhhs/riverview/intern/index.html
TD Name and Contact Info: Elizabeth Houghton-Faryna, Psy.D. - [email protected] - (207)624-4668
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 29, 1:00am Eastern Time

Riverview Psychiatric Center is pleased to announce that we have one doctoral internship positions to be filled for the 2018-2019 training year. Riverview Psychiatric Recovery Center (RPC), located in historic Augusta Maine, is a state psychiatric hospital that serves patients who are under civil commitment and forensic patients referred by the criminal justice system. Applicants must be from APA-accredited clinical psychology programs, be in good academic standing, received formal approval from their Training Director to apply for internships, and have completed all coursework prior to beginning internship training. RPC prefers applicants have approximately 500 intervention hours, 50 assessment hours, desire to work with forensic populations, interest in neuropsychological test measures, and a desire to work with patients with severe and persistent mental illnesses.

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: Devereux Institute of Clinical and Professional Training and Research
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1548)

Location: Newfoundland, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.devereux.org/site/PageServer?pagename=icptr_internships
TD Name and Contact Info: Barry McCurdy, Ph.D, NCSP, BCBA-D; [email protected]
Submit applications to: See below for instructions
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 28, 5:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 29, 1:00 am Eastern Time (New position added)

The Devereux Institute of Clinical and Professional Training and Research has an open position with the Poconos Program and Services Track. The Devereux Pocono Programs and Services serves approximately 86 adults (in residential programs) aged 18 through the lifespan with intellectual and developmental disabilities, co-occurring diagnoses (i.e., intellectual disability and mental illness), mental illness only, and Traumatic Brain Injury. Individuals have a variety of psychiatric, medical and behavioral needs that are met through an interdisciplinary team process. Internships begin on August 1, and end on July 31 of each year. The internship position offers a yearly stipend of $28,000, paid bi-weekly, in addition to 19 vacation days/holidays, up to eight paid sick days, and up to four university contact/interview days. Interested applicants should forward their cover letter, PDF copy of their AAPI, and CV to Dr. Michelle Wonders at [email protected].

ADDED 3/29/18: The Devereux Institute of Clinical and Professional Training and Research has an open position with the Children’s Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services Intellectual Disability Track. CIDDS provides assessment, intervention, and consultation services to approximately 250 children and adolescents in 10 campus-based and 7 community-based residential treatment facilities, treatment foster care homes, and approved private school educational placements. The youth are referred for services due to intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and concomitant psychiatric and behavioral challenges. The internship position offers a yearly stipend of $28,000, paid bi-weekly, in addition to 19 vacation days/holidays, up to eight paid sick days, and up to four university contact/interview days. Interested applicants should forward their cover letter, PDF copy of their AAPI, and CV to Dr. Carol Anne McNellis at [email protected].



Site: High Plains Psychology Internship Consortium - Colorado Center for Counseling and Assessment
Accreditation: NO (See below for more information)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2406)

Location: Fort Collins, CO
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.highplains-pic.org/
TD Name and Contact Info: Robyn S. Hess, PhD, [email protected], 970 351-1636
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 29, 1:00 am Eastern Time (No longer accepting applications)

UPDATED 3/29/18: We are no longer accepting applications.

While we are not currently accredited, we have submitted a self-study to APA. Please note that there are no guarantees that we will ultimately achieve accreditation.

High Plains Psychology Internship Consortium has one opening at The Colorado Center for Assessment and Counseling (CCAC) is a multidisciplinary, outpatient private practice specializing in comprehensive, strengths-based psychological and neuropsychological evaluation and psychotherapy with children and adults. The intern experience will include psychological/neuropsychological evaluation of children and adults and individual psychotherapy with children, families, and adults utilizing evidenced-based practices. Primary supervision is provided by Dr. Jeremy Sharp and his team with additional group supervision from members of the training team at High Plain PIC. We are seeking an applicant with strong assessment experience, a desire to work with child/adolescent populations, as well as adults. To apply, please submit a cover letter, APPI, and vita as well as 2-3 Standardized Reference Forms.



Site: University of Pennsylvania -- Department of Psychiatry -- Center for Mental Health Policy and Services Research
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2453)

Location: Philadelphia, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.cmhpsr.org/internships/
TD Name and Contact Info: Keiran Rump ([email protected])
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 28, 5:00am Eastern Time

Our internship program in school psychology in the Center for Mental Health Policy Research and Services (CMHPSR) in the Department of Psychiatry in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania is offering two internship positions for the 2018-2019 academic year. The primary goal of the School Psychology Internship program in CMHPSR is to train entry level school psychologists who are highly competent in best practices for children with autism spectrum disorders, and in the application of those practices within public schools and community settings. The internship has been developed to provide doctoral training consistent with NASP guidelines for internships in school psychology. Detailed information about our internship can be found on the website: http://www.cmhpsr.org/internships

To apply, please submit AAPI Application including cover letter, application, CV, and letters of reference. Applicants are also asked to include one psychological evaluation report.



Site: Northwest Neurobehavioral Health, LLC
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Meridian, ID
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.nnhidaho.com - Informational brochure: http://nnhidaho.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/NNH-Internship-Information.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Carolyn S. Golden, PsyD - [email protected] - (208) 955-7339
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 28, 5:00am Eastern Time

Northwest Neurobehavioral Health, LLC announces a new pre-doctoral internship with four positions for Phase II Match of the 2018-2019 year. Interns in this comprehensive program will receive training in and conduct individual and family therapy, and assessments, including general, neuropsychological, and autism diagnostic assessments. Opportunities to run groups and participate in research conducted at NNH are available. Interns will have opportunities to learn a variety of evidence-based treatments from an array of skilled psychologists in a multidisciplinary outpatient setting. For more detailed information, please see the informational brochure at the internship tab on our website: http://www.nnhidaho.com.

Applicants are requested to send their AAPI, Cover Letter and CV to [email protected] along with graduate transcripts, AAPI essays, and a deidentified psychological evaluation report.



Site: Wichita Collaborative Psychology Internship Program
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1308)

Location: Wichita, KS
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.wcpip.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Amy Barfield: [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 1:00pm Eastern Time

The Wichita Collaborative Psychology Internship Program (WCPIP) has three positions open for next year: One at the Wichita State University Counseling & Testing Center (WSU CTC), and two positions at South Central Mental Health Counseling Center (SCMHCC) . The primary function of our internship program is to provide quality clinical training to interns by providing comprehensive experiential opportunities across diverse settings. WCPIP interns spend 3.5 work days at their primary site (see site descriptions below), and one work day at a secondary agency that is chosen after the start of internship. Interns at both Wichita State University and South Central Mental Health Counseling Center receive stipends of $24,000. WSU CTC (One open position): WSU is the only urban-serving university in the state of Kansas and has the most diverse student body of all of the Kansas universities. Clients at our center are diverse in terms of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, and disability. We work with clients with a range of presenting concerns—from temporary life stressors to chronic, severe mental illness. As such, our interns are able to gain a range of experiences during their training here. In a typical week, an intern at our center will see approximately 15-20 clients. Interns are also expected to provide supervision to a master’s level practicum student, engage in outreach and consultation, and conduct at least four comprehensive LD/ADHD assessments during the training year. Interns attend a two hour didactic each week, and also spend one full day at a secondary site of their choosing (one of our partner agencies: University of Kansas Med School, South Central, or Prairie View). While WCPIP encourages breadth in training, we also strive to provide interns with an individualized experience specific to their unique training needs. As such, interns are expected to set their own training goals at the beginning of the year and these are closely monitored throughout internship. SCMHCC (Two open positions): SCMHCC is a community-based outpatient mental health agency that serves children and adults with a full range of diagnoses. Each of our three offices is strategically located throughout Butler County, Kansas in order to facilitate client access. All three Counseling Centers are within a twenty-five mile drive to Wichita. Our site provides generalist training with an emphasis on individual and family needs. Prevention, assessment, and treatment techniques are conducted with an emphasis on empirically-based methods. Interns gain experience with a variety of prevention, assessment, and intervention techniques appropriate to specific populations and settings, including individual, group, and family approaches. Mentoring relationships with primary supervisors are a key component of training with additional instruction and supervision provided by interaction with other psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, and mental health support staff. Interns will assume increasingly independent professional and clinical roles as the training year progresses. Please refer to our website for more information: www.WCPIP.org. Interested applicants should submit their AAPI, Cover Letter, CV, and a list of references to the WCPIP Training Director, Amy Barfield, at [email protected]



Site: El Paso VA Healthcare System
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: Emilia Campos, Ph.D., ABPP; (915) 564-6100 ext 5086 or work cell (915) 491-7580; [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 1:00pm Eastern Time

The El Paso VA HCS offers opportunities for training in a range of Evidence-Based Treatments such as Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Motivational Interviewing/Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MI/MET), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and many others. Our training program provides extensive training in a wide range of disorders using many different treatment modalities including Telehealth, Individual, Group, Couples, and Family therapy. We have 2 open positions. Please send your basic APPI, essays, CV, and DCT Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness.



Site: CARES Psychology Internship Program
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: New York, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://caresnyc.org/
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Sharon Shkedi, 212-420-1970, [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 1:00pm Eastern Time

CARES, Inc. Pre-doctoral Internship Program in developmental disabilities currently has two positions available. Interns will be provided with a $36,000 stipend and benefits.

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 experience 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. This multicultural diversity provides the interns with a profuse opportunity to learn how diversity informs and interfaces with clinical practice.

Interested individuals are invited to submit the entire AAPI (including application, cover letter, essays, CV, references and DCT verification of internship eligibility and readiness) as well as a de-identified psychological evaluation to our Training Director, Dr. Sharon Shkedi.



Site: Liberty Healthcare
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 Reid, PhD - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 1:00pm Eastern Time

Liberty Healthcare, in conjunction with the Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS), is offering up to four Doctoral Internships for the 2018-2019 training year at the IDHS Treatment and Detention Facility (TDF) in Rushville, IL. in our APPIC member program. Applicants must be in a doctoral program completing a doctorate in clinical, counseling, or clinical forensic psychology. The TDF houses approximately 560 adult male residents in a maximum-security inpatient treatment facility. The Residents are sexual offenders who have been civilly committed or detained under Illinois’ Sexually Violent Persons Act. Clinical duties include co-facilitating sex offender specific group treatment with a seasoned clinician, completing a minimum of six psychological batteries during the training year, and other duties as assigned.

The Internship is a one calendar year (2000) Doctoral Internship effective from August 27, 2018 until August 23, 2019. The stipend for the Internship is $45,000. Benefits include 180 hours (22.5 eight hour days) of paid time off (PTO), which should be taken during the doctoral year. Unused PTO benefits are not usually convertible to cash. Medical insurance is available with a premium paid by the Fellow.

Offers are contingent on successfully passing all pre-employment security procedures required by the Illinois Department of Human Services and Liberty Healthcare. Applicants must meet licensure eligibility requirements for the Illinois Licensed Associate Sex Offender Treatment Provider (http://www.idfpr.com/renewals/apply/Forms/LASOP.pdf). Please contact us for guidance about the process of obtaining the license or if you have questions about obtaining the license.

To Apply: Send a current curriculum vita, letter of interest, and a de-identified work sample to Dr. John Reid at [email protected] Supplemental materials may be requested (i.e. letters of recommendation, official or un-official transcripts). Review of applications will begin immediately and involve telephone interviews and continue until the positions are filled.

The Intern will be selected without discrimination for any non-merit reason such as race; color; religion; national origin; sex; sexual orientation; gender identity, status as a parent; age; physical disability; marital status or, membership in an employee organization. Applicants from a diverse background are encouraged to apply. The Illinois Department of Human Services provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please notify the Director of Training & Research. The decision on granting reasonable accommodation will be on a case-by-case basis



Site: Southern California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Consortium
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2343)

Location: Chino, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://cchcs.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/60/2017/12/SCDCRCPsychologyInternshipHandbook.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Mark Wrathall, Psy.D. - [email protected] - 909-217-5989
Submit applications to: Please email all application materials to [email protected] if applying to the California Institution for Men and to [email protected] if applying to the California Institution for Women
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 1:00pm Eastern Time

The Southern California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Consortium is seeking to fill 6 of 8 internship positions for the 2018-2019 year. This unique training experience offers the opportunity to complete your internship in one of two minimum to moderate security correctional settings in the greater Los Angeles area. One is the California Institution for Men (2 positions) and the other is the California Institution for Women. (4 positions). This internship offers the opportunities for individual, group, assessment, crisis intervention, and supervision experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings. We feature excellent pay and benefits which you can read about here: https://cchcs.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/60/2017/12/ClinicalPsychIntern-OS-C.pdf. Please submit the following along with your APPIC Application: Curriculum Vitae, Cover Letter, and three standardized reference forms or letters of recommendation.



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.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Ryan Cole, [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 1:00pm Eastern Time

Brain and Body Integration-Colorado Springs would like to announce that we have two internship positions open at this time.



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.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Ryan Cole, [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 1:00pm Eastern Time

Brain and Body Integration-Denver would like to announce that we have two internship positions open at this time.



Site: Allendale Association
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1278)

Location: Lake Villa, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://allendale4kids.org/internships-post-doc-residency/pre-doctoral-psychology-internship-progam-in-clinical-psychology/
TD Name and Contact Info: Sandra Clavelli, Psy.D. - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 2:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 27, 2:30 am Eastern Time (Added application requirement)

UPDATED 3/27/18: Updated to add essays as an application requirement.

Please send your cover letter, CV, basic AAPI, and essays. The full AAPI will be requested at the time of interview. In the cover letter, please answer the following two questions: (1) In terms of self-awareness, what have you observed about yourself while doing clinical work with regard to strengths and issues in need of further development, and (2) In addition to gaining more experiences, what are you hoping to gain out of your internship this year?



Site: Healthy Minds
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Las Vegas, NV
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.healthymindslv.com/. Program Brochure: https://tyrant.s3.amazonaws.com/Clients/Healthy%20Minds/HMPI_program_description__brochure_.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: David Brownstein, Psy.D., (702) 983-3235; [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 27, 2:30 am Eastern Time (Added application requirements)

UPDATED 3/27/18: 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.

We are excited to announce one available Doctoral Psychology Internship positions for the 2018-2019 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, many of whom 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. Interns will have the option of training in our brand new Intensive Outpatient program for Co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. Healthy Minds will be offering programming to adolescents and adults. 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 http://www.healthymindslv.com/ for more information about Healthy Minds. Please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Brownstein with any questions or for additional information.



Site: South Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center, Correct Care Solutions
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1218)

Location: Florida City, FL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.correctcarers.com/sfetc/
TD Name and Contact Info: Jaime R. Picanol, Psy.D., [email protected], 786-349-6056
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

South Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center (SFETC) currently has three positions available. Interns have a stipend of $20,176 per year and are paid bi-weekly. Their benefit package is standard for all SFETC employees and includes medical, vision, dental, life, and disability insurance, flexible spending accounts, and 401(k). The cost and functions of the Internship are fully integrated within the budgetary and administrative support structure of SFETC. Interns receive free lunch from the hospital cafeteria each work day.

SFETC provides evidence-based, trauma-informed behavioral health services to individuals found incompetent to proceed to trial and not guilty by reason of insanity. Services include individualized assessment, multidisciplinary treatment planning, psychiatric services, competency restoration, integrated treatment for co-occurring psychiatric and substance disorders, court reports, court testimony, psychosocial rehabilitation, discharge planning, medical care, pharmacy, food/nutrition, facility maintenance, transportation, and safety/security.



Site: Hawaii School of Professional Psychology Internship Consortium (Argosy University)
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1239)

Location: Honolulu, HI
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: None
TD Name and Contact Info: Steven J. Choy, Ph.D. - (808) 223-8483 - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

Our Internship Program has openings at our Family Strengthening Center site, which is a Non-Profit Community Mental Health Center for Children and their families. The mission of the center is to protect children and facilitate health development by strengthening their families. The Interns will have the opportunity to obtain training in Forensic Psychological Evaluations, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Child Parent Psychotherapy, Trauma related Children’s Group Therapy, Crisis Child and Family Therapy and individual psychotherapy using evidence based trauma focused treatment modalities. The interns will also have the opportunity to participate in court proceedings, obtain training is supervision of the Psy.D. practicum students, Program Development and Management, Grant Writing and clinical research. The internship provides one year 2,000 hours of supervised clinical training. We have 6 staff licensed clinical psychologists to provide supervision. Training Salary is $24,000/year, which include full Medical/Dental/Drug and Vision benefits, 2 weeks of vacation/sick paid time off and 13 paid holidays. Starting date at or around September 1, 2018.



Site: Waterloo Region Psychology Consortium
Accreditation: YES (CPA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1866)

Location: Waterloo, Ontario
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.lutherwood.ca/assets/documents/WRPC-Guide-2017-18.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Karen MacLeod, [email protected] , phone: 519 884 1470 x2287
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

The Waterloo Region Psychology Consortium (WRPC) has two positions available in the Adult Track of its CPA-Accredited pre-doctoral residency program for 2018-19. Located one hour from Toronto, the WRPC is a partnership between four organizations, and the available positions offer training at the Centre for Mental Health Research and at Campus Wellness services at the University of Waterloo.

The Centre for Mental Health Research offers the opportunity to work in the Operational Stress Injury Clinic, completing assessments with individuals who have served in the Canadian Forces or RCMP and are experiencing trauma, mood, or other mental health issues. The CMHR also offers specialized focus on gaining training and experience in providing supervision, as well as in program evaluation and applied research, in addition to opportunities to provide assessment, individual intervention, and group therapy to adults with complex mental health issues.

Training at UW’s Campus Wellness offers the opportunity to work in a vibrant multidisciplinary outpatient setting where disciplines including psychiatry, general medicine, nursing, and social work, among others, are represented. In addition, residents interface and coordinate care with a variety of service providers and sectors both on campus and in the surrounding urban community. With a multicultural student body of over 30,000 undergraduates and over 5000 graduate students, along with one of the continent’s leading cooperative education programs, Campus Wellness provides services to adults experiencing a wide variety of mental health difficulties, including complex and comorbid issues such as PTSD, personality disorders, mood disorders, addictions, gender identity issues, suicidality, psychosis, and eating disorders. Residents have the opportunity to participate in assessment and intervention from a variety of modalities, including both individual and group treatment, as well as crisis intervention and management of risk.

Interested individuals are invited to gain further information at our website, listed above, or by contacting Training Coordinator Dr. Karen MacLeod. To apply, please submit AAPI Application including cover letter, application, CV, and letters of reference.



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

Location: Bakersfield, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/2d0775_dd78e828d5df4b9580287d73a3f33c1b.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Bradley S. Cloud, Psy.D., [email protected], (661) 868-6622
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

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. Cloud if interested.



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

Location: Cincinnati, OH
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.uc.edu/content/dam/uc/counseling/docs/CAPS_Internship_Brochure_2017.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Elizabeth Lehman, Ph.D, 513-556-0648, [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

The University of Cincinnati, Counseling and Psychological Services would like to announce two openings 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 [email protected] if you have any questions or to apply. To apply, please send the required documents (AAPI, Cover Letter, CV) along with the DCT’s “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness” and standardized reference forms. DCT verification and reference forms may be sent by student or by DCT/letter writer.



Site: Center for Anxiety
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Brooklyn, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.centerforanxiety.org/psychology-internship/. Training brochure: https://drive.google.com/file/d/105pzD6qvFSqpX8LzlX0Vk9OP02E3Q2J_/view
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Ariel Campbell, [email protected], 646-837-5558
Submit applications to: Dr. Ariel Campbell, [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

The Center for Anxiety has 2 available internship positions at our Brooklyn site. Our program offers a two-year training opportunity in clinical psychology, consisting of a one-year pre-doctoral internship program followed by a one-year postdoctoral fellowship. Trainees will have the opportunity to gain extensive outpatient experience with children, adolescents, and adults presenting with a variety of psychological concerns in our general outpatient and intensive outpatient programs as well as training and supervision in a number of evidence-based treatment approaches. For more detailed information about our training program please refer to our website and training brochure (links included above). Eligible applicants must be in their final year of a clinical, counseling, or school psychology doctoral program, are expected to have completed all pre-internship coursework and other requirements (including an approved dissertation proposal prior to the start of the internship year), and must have at least two years of supervised externship/practicum experience. To apply, applicants should email the following materials to our Training Director, Dr. Ariel Campbell, at [email protected]: 1. PDF copy of their “basic” AAPI, 2. Cover letter, 3. CV. When submitting applications via email, please make sure to send one email with three separate attachments. Please note, as part of our application review process we may request that certain applicants provide additional materials (i.e., letters of reference, verification of internship eligibility and readiness from DCT, and/or graduate program transcript). Applicants will be emailed directly regarding requests for additional materials. For questions about our training program or the application process, please email Dr. Campbell.



Site: Ohio Psychology Internship
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1500)

Location: Akron, OH
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.summit-psychological.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Deborah R Walsh, Ph.D. - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

We have multiple openings in our forensic services internship through our the Ohio Psychology Internship consortium. Internship runs between July 2018 and June 2019 with an increase in our stipend to $22,000. Interns conduct individual and group counseling with sex offenders, DV perpetrators and federal and local probation and parole clients. Also complete all types of forensic evaluations including competency, sanity and risk. Interns also work in the community corrections location. Please visit our website for additional information.

Applications should include APPI, vita and cover letter. We would be happy to answer any questions through the [email protected] email.



Site: Nystrom & Associates, Ltd.
Accreditation: YES (APA, On Contingency)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2144)

Location: Twin Cities, MN
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://nystromcounseling.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Heather Bodurtha - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

Nystrom & Associates, Ltd. Currently has 4 vacant internship positions for the 2018/2019 internship year. Our internship provides intervention and assessment experience with ages 6 and up. Please send the basic AAPI along with a cover letter and CV to [email protected]. Any questions related to the internship can be directed to Heather Bodurtha at [email protected].



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

Location: Torrance, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.dhs.pa.gov/citizens/statehospitals/torrancestatehospital/
TD Name and Contact Info: Danielle Adamsky, Psy.D.; [email protected]; 724-675-2110
Submit applications to: Camille Velázquez, Ph.D.; [email protected]; 724-459-4486
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

Torrance State Hospital (TSH) is a state psychiatric facility in Torrance PA. TSH provides care to over 300 severely and persistently mentally ill adults from Western Pennsylvania. Interns will rotate through the various hospital programs, including the Sexual Responsibility and Treatment program. Training within the Regional Forensic Psychiatric Center on hospital grounds is also available to those interns who are interested. Our interns are vital members of the TSH psychology department and work yearlong with our patients offering such services as psychological assessment as well as individual/group psychotherapy. TSH provides training in a wide range of psychological topics including Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment, Dialectical Behavioral Treatment, and services for individuals who have sexually offended. We currently have 2 positions available. Please send all application material as well as a de-identified psychological evaluation with diagnosis and formal testing, directly to Dr. Velázquez.



Site: Tennessee Internship Consortium in Psychology
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1556)

Location: Loudon, TN
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.ltvec.org/tic/
TD Name and Contact Info: Brian Wilhoit, PhD (865-924-3009; [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

The Tennessee Internship Consortium in Psychology has an opening for 1 position for the 2018-2019 year. We are accepting applicants from accredited school psychology programs. The position is split between a school-based placement (K-8) and a university-based clinic placement. Traditional school psychology services are provided at both locations. Please submit a copy of your basic AAPI, cover letter to our site, current contact information, standardized reference forms, and your DCT’s verification form.



Site: Rikers Island/NYC Health + Hospitals CHS
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: New York, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://c.ymcdn.com/sites/www.nyspa.org/resource/resmgr/RI_Psychology_Internship_Tra.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Cindy Ho, Psy.D.; 347-774-7778
Submit applications to: [email protected] and [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

There is one predoctoral internship vacancy at Rikers Island/NYC Health + Hospital CHS. This is a non-APPIC, non-APA internship. Stipend for the 2018-2019 is $25,000 plus benefits, including health insurance coverage. The New York City jail system is the second largest in the nation, with approximately 10,000 individuals aged 16 years and older incarcerated at any given time in 12 facilities (9 facilities on Rikers Island and 3 borough jails). Approximately 55,000 patients move through the system every year with 89% males and 11% females in the jail population. The population is racially diverse with 54% non-Hispanics blacks, 33% Hispanics, and 9% non-Hispanic white. The interns will also be exposed to a wide range of psychopathology as 43% of the population receives mental health services, 11% are diagnosed with a severe mental illness and 48% report substance abuse upon admission. To apply, please submit the APPI along with a copy of recent psychological assessment that represent your current level of competence at testing and evaluation. A phone or video interview is required if the applicant is located outside of New York, otherwise, an in-person interview is required.



Site: Valley Health Systems
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Huntington, West Virginia
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://valleyhealth.org/pre-doctoral-internships/
TD Name and Contact Info: Rebecca Denning, Psy.D., (304)399-3310, [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

The Doctoral Internship at Valley Health Systems is designed to train future psychologists to work in primary care settings as providers of comprehensive psychological services that collaborate with other disciplines to improve patient care. Interns will receive training through didactics, supervision, and clinical work in integrated primary care, outpatient behavioral health, psychological assessment, and in substance abuse through our Medication Assisted Treatment program for opioid addiction.

Applicants must have completed all on-campus requirements in degree granting clinical or counseling psychology doctoral program in the United States by the time the internship is scheduled to begin. The applicant must also have been awarded a Master’s Degree in Psychology during their training.

Interested applicants are invited to email the Director of Training ([email protected]) with questions. Additionally you are encouraged to review the materials available on the website that offer specific information about the training experience as well as start dates, salary, and requirements for selection (including HR requirements such as drug screening).

To apply please submit via email to [email protected]: a copy of your basic AAPI, a cover letter, CV, reference forms (sent by the student), verification of internship eligibility and readiness (sent by the student), and essay responses from the AAPI



Site: Seasons Center for Behavioral Health
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2393)

Location: Spencer, IA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://seasonscenter.org/
TD Name and Contact Info: Rebecca McCrackin, Psy.D. - [email protected] - 1-800-242-5101 ext. 1371
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time

Seasons Center for Behavioral Health (Seasons) is a community mental health center in rural northwest Iowa. Seasons provides an integrative mental health approach to care for children, adolescents and adults. Seasons has one (1) position available. Interns will provide psychological testing and outpatient therapy services to children, adolescents, and adults as part of a treatment team. Interested applicants who have met all the requirements of their program for application for Doctoral Internship, should submit their AAPI (including DCT Verification), Standardized Reference Forms, Cover Letter and CV to Training Director at [email protected].



Site: South Campus Therapeutic Day School
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1941)

Location: Palatine, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.southcampus.net
TD Name and Contact Info: Vanessa Davidson, Psy.D. / 847.924.0822 / [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]

Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 4:30pm Eastern Time

The Doctoral Internship program in Clinical Psychology at South Campus Day School is now accepting applications for two remaining Internship positions. South Campus is a private, therapeutic alternative school that serves students between the ages of 7 and 18 with behavior and/or emotional difficulties. The training program has been designed to help interns acquire and refine their clinical skills in key areas of practice, while functioning as a valued member of a multi-disciplinary team. There is an emphasis on training in fundamental clinical skills with a primary focus on individual, group and family therapy. Interns are provided with opportunities to work with high-risk children, adolescents and their families. Please refer to our website under the Clinical Training tab for more information. To apply: Please e-mail your Basic APPI, Cover Letter, and Curriculum Vitae to Dr. Vanessa Davidson, Clinical Director & Director of Clinical Training at [email protected].



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

Location: Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area in Minnesota
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://mn.gov/doc/employment-opportunities/intern-opportunities/intern-positions/
TD Name and Contact Info: Terry Jorgenson, Psy.D., LP - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 4:30pm Eastern Time

The Minnesota Department of Corrections has internship openings at several different sites all within the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metropolitan area. The sites range from Medium to Maximum custody. Interns gain valuable experience working with offenders inside a correctional facility. The internships are primarily focused in following areas: psychological testing and assessment, individual and group intervention, suicide risk assessment and consultation, along with weekly didactic trainings.

To apply, please submit your complete a cover letter, curriculum vita, AAPI (3 Standardized Reference Forms, DCT’s “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness,” 4 essay questions, graduate transcripts) and a redacted psychological evaluation to Dr. Jorgenson at the above indicated email address. Applications will be reviewed as they are received.



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: Matthew Heiner, Ph.D, [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 4:30pm Eastern Time

The University of Dayton Doctoral Internship Program has two internship positions open for the 2018-19 year. 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: Southeastern Idaho Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2080)

Location: Blackfoot, Idaho
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.seidahopsyconsortium.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Richard Baker, PhD - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 4:30pm Eastern Time

Southeastern Idaho Internship Consortium currently has 2 open positions. It is located in the southeastern corner of Idaho, part of the Intermountain West with an abundance of recreational activities. Health West - ISU Family Medicine is located within the city of Pocatello, State Hospital South is located just 25 miles north in the city of Blackfoot and Pearl Health Clinic is located 45 miles north in the city of Idaho Falls.

State Hospital South is a State of Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (DHW) adult and adolescent inpatient psychiatric facility located in Blackfoot. SHS is a 136-bed inpatient psychiatric facility providing assessment, diagnosis, treatment and psychosocial rehabilitation services to the severe and chronically mentally ill members of Idaho communities and to the forensic patients admitted for competency restoration. Intern’s work as a members of an interdisciplinary treatment team, conducting group therapy and administering psychological assessments to assist with diagnostic clarification and treatment planning.

Health West - ISU Family Medicine provides primary medical care, including psychological services, to a diverse population of individuals, families, children, teens and seniors from all over Southeastern Idaho. Interns are provided a wide range of opportunities to master core clinical skills of cognitive, psychological assessment, neuropsychological screening, evidence-based therapy, and clinical consultation. Interns receive specialty training in cognitive assessment, psychological testing, integrated primary care interventions and health psychology, and interdisciplinary patient care by interacting closely with family medicine and pharmacy residents.

Pearl Health Clinic provides a collegial atmosphere where interns will have the opportunity to work with a wide range of behavioral health professionals (e.g., psychiatrists, psychologists, LCSWs, LCPCs, case managers). Interns will gain valuable clinical experience in clinical interviews, individual/group/family therapy, neuropsychological, and psychological testing. As an NHSC approved site, licensed clinicians at PHC are provided the opportunity to receive repayment of student loans. Pearl Health Clinic specializing in the treatment of mental health in both individual and group settings.

The internship program is a 12 month, 2000 hour training program in which consortium interns have the opportunity to provide services in each setting. Each intern is assigned a major rotation for 12 months and participates in two 6 month minor rotations at each of the alternate sites, consisting of two days per week at each site. One day per week is devoted to two hours of group supervision, one hour of didactic teaching, and 1.5 hours of diagnostic video review rounds and 2 hours to videotape a psychiatric interview. There will also be some time for dissertation release as needed.



Site: Karen Horney Clinic
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: New York City, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.karenhorneyclinic.org/education-training/
TD Name and Contact Info: Craig Fuller, Ph.D. - 212-828-4333 x159; [email protected] (email is preferred)
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 2:00pm Eastern Time

We are pleased to offer internship positions to students interested in psychodynamic & psychoanalytic psychotherapy in a diverse outpatient not-for-profit mental health clinic located in New York City. Upon graduation, interns will get priority consideration for our post-doctoral fellowship, allowing for the accumulation of licensure hours. Applicants may also audit courses for free at the American Institute of Psychoanalysis. A stipend of $23,000 will be provided. Internship will begin September 2018. Please submit a cover letter and CV to the training director via email.



Site: Talbert House
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2101)

Location: Cincinnati, OH
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.talberthouse.org/careers/internships-4/
TD Name and Contact Info: Karen Graves, Ph.D. - [email protected] - (513) 751-7797 ext. 1084
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 2:00pm Eastern Time

The APA-Accredited Doctoral Psychology Internship Program at Talbert House utilizes the practitioner-scholar model. By serving the unique needs of a large, diverse, and clinically-underserved population, interns are exposed to a wide array of service modalities and settings. The range of sites from which interns may select ensures exposure to and experience with a variety of clinical presentations and community-based programs.



Site: Kingston Internship Consortium
Accreditation: YES (CPA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1838)

Location: Kingston, Ontario
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.ongwanada.com/index.cfm?action=main&CategoryID=18&SubCategoryID=56
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Katherine Buell - (613) 548-4417 x 2211 - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 2:00pm Eastern Time

The Kingston Internship Consortium has one position to fill. Please submit the entire AAPI, including application, cover letter, essays, references and CV (transcripts are NOT required). The Kingston Internship Consortium offers an exciting opportunity for psychology interns to expand their clinical skills and apply their acquired knowledge working with clients across the lifespan, including children and adolescents, adults, and seniors. The Kingston Internship Consortium (KIC) was thoughtfully designed to emphasize training that best meets the needs of the trainee. Our generalist approach develops psychologists whose broad knowledge, skills and values can be applied to working within a wide range of clinical areas and populations, by providing training experiences across the lifespan with individuals who have issues in their physical, emotional, cognitive, social and/or occupational participation that have occurred as a result of developmental, illness, trauma, or injury processes. The KIC prepares a psychology intern to practice in the many roles of a Clinical Psychologist. The KIC combines the resources of five well-established Kingston agencies, which each provide a unique perspective on the role and skills required of psychologists. The agencies are Ongwanada, Queen’s University, Providence Care Hospital, KidsInclusive (formerly the Child Development Centre (CDC)) and Maltby Centre (formerly Pathways for Children and Youth).

We are accredited by the Canadian Psychological Association and have been on "inactive" status for 2017-18. For the upcoming 2018-19 training year, we will be accredited. Our site visit was deferred from last year and will occur in September of 2018.



Site: WCU Community Mental Health Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: West Chester, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.wcupa.edu/communitymentalhealth
TD Name and Contact Info: Leanne Valentine, Ph.D. - 610-436-2510 - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 2:00pm Eastern Time

West Chester University Community Mental Health Services is excited to announce that we are recruiting our first cohort of Doctoral Psychology Interns. We are a brand new program and therefore not a member of APPIC or accredited by APA. However, we are working hard to provide our interns with an excellent training experience.

WCU Community Mental Health Services provides generalist training, including individual, couples, family and group therapy. If an Intern is ready to begin specialized training, we have staff and faculty available to provide supervision of evidence based treatments for trauma-related disorders and child & adolescent mental health. Our program operates from a practitioner-scholar model and emphasizes multicultural competence in every aspect of training and service provision. In fact, we encourage students who are fluent in Spanish to apply, as we serve a growing population of Spanish-speaking clients and, as such, have supervision available for students who would like to provide therapy in Spanish.

West Chester University is a rapidly growing institution that has a current enrollment of approximately 17,000 students. It is located in West Chester, PA an historical and thriving city 35 miles west of Philadelphia. Because of its location and mission to provide access to higher education, WCU’s student body and clientele are rich in all aspects of diversity.



Site: Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut
Accreditation: NO (See below for additional information)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1605)

Location: Stamford, CT
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://childguidancect.org/app/uploads/2018/01/Internship-Manual_FINAL-2018-2019.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Julie Ringelheim, Psy.D.; [email protected]; 203-517-3378
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 12:00 noon Eastern Time

The Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut (CGC) is an independent not-for-profit agency that has served southwestern Fairfield County for over 60 years. Located in Stamford, Connecticut, CGC provides care to children and families in the form of Crisis Services, Specialized Treatment Programs, and Prevention Programs. CGC serves a diverse population and provides services in three languages: English, Spanish, and Haitian-Creole. Interns are primarily involved in the Child and Family Program and Mobile Crisis Intervention Service. CGC currently has 2 positions available. While not currently accredited, we have completed the site visit for APA accreditation; please be advised that there are no guarantees that we will ultimately achieve accreditation. Please send all application material, including a case summary and psychological evaluation report, directly to Dr. Ringelheim.



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

Location: Immaculata, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.immaculata.edu/academics/departments/graduate_psychology/iupic
TD Name and Contact Info: Catrina Vitagliano, Psy.D. - 484-323-3464 - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]immaculata.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 12:00 noon Eastern Time

Immaculata University Psychology Internship Consortium has positions open for the 2018-2019 training year across 3 different sites: Elwyn, Inc. (1 position at Elwyn Outpatient an Recovery Services, 1 position at Elwyn Treatment Foster Care), Midatlantic Behavioral Health, LLC (1 position), and Northern Childrens Service’s (1 position). Interested applicants from APA accredited Doctoral programs in clinical (preferred) or counseling (acceptable) psychology, who have met all the requirements of their program for application for Doctoral Internship, should submit their AAPI, DCT Verification, Standardized Reference Forms, Cover Letter, and CV, to the Executive Training Director at [email protected].

2 vacant positions are available at Elwyn, Inc: (a) Elwyn Outpatient and Recovery is located in Philadelphia, PA, and serves children, adolescents and adults who have social, emotional, behavioral, developmental, and/or intellectual challenges. Interns have the opportunity to conduct psychological assessments and provide individual and group therapy for all ages groups. Clients present with a wide variety of mental health issues and are from diverse backgrounds. (b)Elwyn Treatment Foster Care (TFC) is located in Philadelphia, PA, and serves children and adolescents with involvement in the foster care system, presenting with multiple treatment needs (trauma, learning disabilities, developmental delays, etc.). Interns provide psychological assessment, as well as individual and group psychotherapy. Interns conduct family therapy for the child and biological family in order to prepare the family system for re-unification. Interns also have the opportunity to supervise Individual Support Staff who provide services in the foster homes.

1 vacant position is available at Midatlantic Behavioral Health, LLC, which is a diverse group of licensed psychologists, psychiatrists and therapists with a wide range of expertise. Interns have the opportunity to provide individual, group and family therapy, as well as psychological and neuropsychological testing. Interns will work with clients of all ages (children to seniors), with a range of clinical presentations. Interns may also have the opportunity to work with, supervise, and provide consultation to practicum students. 1 vacant position is available at Northern Children’s Services. Interns gain clinical experience in the Outpatient Clinic, providing services to a culturally diverse population of children, adolescents, and families. Interns provide assessments including biopsychosocial and psychodiagnostic testing for children and adolescents. Individual, group and family psychotherapy services are also provided. Interns work closely with members of a treatment team.



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

Location: New Lenox, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.trinity-services.org/overview
TD Name and Contact Info: Carl V. Indovina. - (815) 717-1700 - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 12:00 noon Eastern Time

Position open within a psychosocial day treatment program, working with adults diagnosed with chronic mental illness and with individuals dually diagnosed with mental illness and developmental disability. A diagnostic minor rotation is also available to interns seeking such experience.



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

Location: Goldsboro, NC
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
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 - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 12:00 noon Eastern Time

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 interest and experience working with individuals who have severe/persistent mental illness. The expected start date for this internship with be August 1, 2018



Site: Community Services Institute, Inc.
Accreditation: NO (See below for additional information)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2055)

Location: Springfield, MA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://communityserv.com/wp-content/uploads/CSI_PsychologyPreDocInternshipBrochure_Current_9.7.16.docx
TD Name and Contact Info: Mark Gapen, Ph.D./BCN, [email protected], 413-739-5572 x13
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time

While we are not currently accredited, our accreditation site visit by APA has already occurred and we are awaiting a final decision. Please be advised that there is no guarantee that we will ultimately achieve accreditation.

Community Services Institute, Inc. is a full-service outpatient mental health clinic located in downtown Springfield, MA. We specialize in training interns to work effectively with a hard-to-reach, historically under-served predominately Puerto Rican population. Our internship is unique in offering training in outreach psychotherapy. Thus, interns get the opportunity to work in multiple systems including homes, schools, and our clinic. Additionally, we are the only Doctoral Internship to sponsor training in EEG biofeedback (neurofeedback) for all interns. If you are interested in working with the interface of intergenerational trauma, deep poverty, and systemic racism, our training site is unparalleled. Springfield, MA is located in the heart of Western Massachusetts, and offers an excellent quality of life at a reasonable cost. We are located within three hours of New York City, Hartford, Boston, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Maine. Stipends for the 2018-2019 are $20,500 plus benefits and coverage of the neurofeedback training course. To apply, submit your cover letter, APPI, and CV.



Site: Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2368)

Location: Huntington, WV
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://marshallhealth.org/services/psychiatry/education-research/pre-doctoral-internship-in-clinical-psychology/
TD Name and Contact Info: Tracy L. LeGrow, Psy.D. - [email protected] - 304-691-1572
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time

The Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Pre-doctoral Internship training program provides opportunities for advanced students in clinical psychology to complete generalist training that will prepare them for entry level work in the field of behavioral health. In addition, the program helps engender a sensitivity to working with underserved populations with a special emphasis on rural communities. Thru a combination of both required and recently added elective rotations, Interns have the opportunity to work in inpatient, outpatient and partial hospitalization settings as well as other departments within the medical school including Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Edwards Comprehensive Cancer Center. Opportunities for inter-professional education are available with medical students, residents and pharmacy students. Populations served include children, adolescents, adults and geriatric patients. Interns will develop skills in individual and group therapy as well as assessment and consultation.



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

Location: Olympia Fields, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: N/A
TD Name and Contact Info: Mark Conard, PhD, [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time

Provides Behavioral Health consultations throughout community hospital to various types of medical patients. Psychological issues cover adjustment/coping to illness, depression, anxiety, noncompliance, perceptual disturbances, suicidal ideation, dementia, cognitive impairments, etc. Patients range from 3 to 100 years of age, various ethnicities and SES levels. Interact with various medical personnel including physicians, medical residents, social workers, nursing, etc. Participate in medical rounds on the acute rehabilitation unit. Provide assistance with psycho-pharmacological recommendations. Provides consultative services to Cancer Center and cardiac rehab patients undergoing treatment.

Please submit APPI, cover letter, CV, 3 letters of reference and graduate transcript.



Site: Truman Medical Centers
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2299)

Location: Kansas City, MO
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.trumaninternship.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Shawn McDaniel, Psy.D., [email protected], 816-404-3715
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time

Truman Medical Centers has 1 remaining internship position for its 50-bed psychiatric inpatient location. Medical consultation services at the primary hospital, supervision experience, and exposure to civil commitment hearings are also provided. There is also a heavy emphasis on psychological assessment. Please visit http://www.trumaninternship.org for more information. It is an hourly position at a rate of $25,000/year with excellent medical and additional benefits beginning August 6th. Applicants must pass a pre-employment drug screen and background check prior to the start date. Please submit a cover letter, CV, and AAPI to [email protected].



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

Location: Kingston, Ontario
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, C. Psych. - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time

Please note: 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. Interested candidates can find information at the following site: http://www.csc-scc.gc.ca/careers/003001-9000-eng.shtml



Site: Ball State University Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Muncie, IN
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://cms.bsu.edu/academics/collegesanddepartments/educational-psychology/clinics-community-service/internship-consortium
TD Name and Contact Info: Janay B. Sander, Ph.D., HSPP - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time

This full-time 2,000 hour 12 month internship provides training to prepare interns for entry to practice in health service psychology based on broad profession-wide competencies. Weekly didactics and group supervision are provided. All interns meet weekly with an individual supervisor who is licensed to practice health service psychology for a minimum of 2 hours per week. There are six licensed psychologists affiliated with the internship, including four participating sites. Applicants should indicate which site(s) they would be interested in as part of their application. Interns are typically placed at one one site, but rotations or splitting time between two sites is available. Sites include private practice, neuropsychology, behavioral health and school settings. Applicants should submit the AAPI materials, including cover letter, AAPI essays, hours log, verification of internship eligibility and readiness from the student’s DCT (applicants may submit this with the application or the DCT may email it separately), and curriculum vitae. School psychology applicants are preferred, and clinical and counseling applicants are accepted. Internship start date is mid-July.



Site: Connections Day School
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1777)

Location: Libertyville, Illinois
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: For General Program info: http://www.connectionsdayschool.net. For Clinical Training Program/Internship Program info: http://www.connectionsdayschool.net/pages/Connections_Day_School/Clinical_Training_Program
TD Name and Contact Info: Kristen Mittl Pollina, Psy.D. - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time

Connections Day School (CDS) is now accepting applications for the ONE Doctoral Internship position that remains available after the 2018 Phase II Match. CDS is a private, therapeutic alternative school that serves students, between the ages of 8 and 18, who have emotional and/or behavioral challenges as a primary disability. We are seeking dynamic, independent, highly-motivated individuals; and give preference to those who have experience working with high-risk children, adolescents and/or their families. Please see the two weblinks above for more information about our program, and our Internship.

TO APPLY…Please e-mail your “Basic” APPI, Cover Letter, and Curriculum Vitae to: Dr. Kristen Mittl Pollina, Clinical Director & Director of Clinical Training, at [email protected]



Site: Piedmont Geriatric Hospital (PGH) Doctoral Internship in Clinical Psychology
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Burkeville, Virginia
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.pgh.dbhds.virginia.gov/
TD Name and Contact Info: Lewis Hackett, Ph.D., LCP - [email protected] - (434) 767-4996
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time

Piedmont Geriatric Hospital (PGH) will be offering two pre-doctoral internship positions at Piedmont Geriatric Hospital (program code 2448) from September 2018 to September 2019 and are participating in the Post-Match Vacancy Service. We strongly welcome doctoral students with an interest in geropsychology and aging to apply! Each intern is paid $27,000 for the training year plus full benefits. The internship is currently not APA or CPA accredited and is not an APPIC member. 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 with patients over the age of 65. Throughout the PGH internship year, interns will be responsible for providing psychological assessments and interventions for PGH patients. For more information or to apply, please email Dr. Hackett directly at: [email protected].


FILLED/CLOSED POSITIONS

Site: National Psychology Training Consortium, Central Region
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1925)

Location: Springfield, MO
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.psychologyinterns.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Adam Andreassen, PsyD - [email protected] - 417-812-6495
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 4:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, May 9, 2:30 pm Eastern Time (Still accepting applications)
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, June 27, 1:00 pm Eastern Time (List of open positions)
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, September 9, 5:00 pm Eastern Time (Positions Closed)

UPDATED 9/9/18: SOME POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED AND SOME POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

UPDATED 6/27/18: The following positions are still open: (a) Burrell Behavioral Health – Columbia, MO – 1 position (Community Mental Health office in Columbia, MO), (b) Compass Health – 1 position (Community Mental Health office in Lebanon, MO), (c) Midwest Assessment / Jordan Valley – 1 position (Integrated health care rotation with experience in a private practice model located in Springfield, MO), (d) Royal Oaks Hospital – 3 positions (Inpatient hospital in Windsor, MO), (e) Royal Oaks Hospital/Compass Health Dual Track – 1 position (CMH/Inpatient Hospital in Clinton/Windsor, MO).

UPDATED 5/9/18: We would like to let prospective applicants know that we are still accepting applications for all the positions listed below.

National Psychology Training Consortium – Central Region is excited to announce that we have increased the salary for all matched and unmatched positions to $25,001.60 for the 2018-2019 training year. We still have 11 available positions in our APA-Accredited internship. These positions include:

• Burrell Behavioral Health – Columbia, MO – 1 position (Community Mental Health office in Columbia, MO)
• Compass Health – 1 position (Community Mental Health office in Lebanon, MO)
• Midwest Assessment / Jordan Valley – 2 positions (Integrated health care rotation with experience in a private practice model located in Springfield, MO)
• Royal Oaks Hospital – 4 positions (Inpatient hospital in Windsor, MO)
• Royal Oaks Hospital/Compass Health Dual Track – 2 positions (CMH/Inpatient Hospital in Clinton/Windsor, MO)
• Ozark Center/Freeman Health – 1 position (Inpatient psychiatric unit and outpatient clinic in Joplin, MO)

Bios for each of the sites above can be found at this link: http://psychologyinterns.org/central-current-sites/ Please note that although two of our positions are inpatient units (Ozark Center/Freeman Health and Royal Oaks Hospital), we do not require previous inpatient experience.

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



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 - [email protected] - 417-812-6495
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 4:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, April 2, 4:30 pm Eastern Time (Stipend Change)
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, May 9, 2:30 pm Eastern Time (Still accepting applications)
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, June 27, 1:00 pm Eastern Time (List of open positions)
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, September 9, 5:00 pm Eastern Time (Positions Closed)

UPDATED 9/9/18: SOME POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED AND SOME POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

UPDATED 6/27/18: The following positions are still open: (a) Four County Counseling Center / Centerstone – 1 position (Community mental health center), (b) Wabash Valley Alliance / Family Health Center IHC Grant Funded – 1 position (Integrated health care experience as a part of a grant).

UPDATED 5/9/18: We would like to let prospective applicants know that we are still accepting applications for all the positions listed below.

UPDATED 4/2/18: We are excited to announce that we have increased the salary for the traditional internship positions to $23,004.80. The salary for all IHC Grant positions is $28,352.

National Psychology Training Consortium – Great Lakes Region still has 6 available positions in our APA-Accredited internship. These positions include:

• Four County Counseling Center / Traditional Internship – 1 position (Community mental health center)
• Four County Counseling Center / IHC Grant Funded Internship – 2 positions (Integrated health care experience as a part of a grant)
• Four County Counseling Center / Centerstone – 1 position (Community mental health center)
• Bowen Center / Parkview Pain Clinic – IBD IHC Grant Funded – 1 position (Integrated health care experience as a part of a grant)
• Wabash Valley Alliance / Family Health Center IHC Grant Funded – 1 position (Integrated health care experience as a part of a 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 [email protected]. If you have any questions about any of these positions please don’t hesitate to contact us via phone or email.



Site: Southwest Virginia Psychology Doctoral Internship Consortium
Accreditation: YES
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2231)

Location: Radford, VA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://swvapsychinternshipconsortium.weebly.com/index.html
TD Name and Contact Info: James Werth, Jr., PhD, ABPP - 276-870-3008; [email protected]
Submit applications to: Dr. Ryan Weatherford: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, September 9, 5:00pm Eastern Time (Position(s) closed/unfilled)

UPDATED 9/9/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Radford University Student Counseling Services offers 1 University Counseling Center Doctoral Internship position for the APA-accredited Southwest Virginia Psychology Doctoral Internship Consortium. The Intern will provide short-term individual therapy, group therapy, initial assessment, and crisis assessment/management to the Radford University student body. They also will provide consultation and outreach to the campus community and clinical supervision of doctoral students. The Intern also will receive extensive assessment experience and training on Radford’s campus. All Intern activities are supervised by licensed psychologists. Radford University is a state university with approximately 8500 undergraduate and 1000 graduate students. It is located in the beautiful Blue Ridge and Appalachian mountains in southwest Virginia. Applicants can email Dr. Ryan Weatherford, Ph.D. at [email protected] to indicate your interest in the intern position. Please submit the following as attachments: (a) A .pdf copy of your "basic" AAPI. (b) A cover letter, tailored to our site (i.e., describing your interest in college counseling and training goals). Please include a phone number that is available throughout the day. (c) Your curriculum vita. (d) Standardized Reference Forms (to be sent by the you or by your reference-writers). (e) DCT's "Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness" (to be sent by you or by your DCT). (f) Answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI. (g) Graduate Transcripts.



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

Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.JanePauleyCHC.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Sharon L. McNeany - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 2:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, September 9, 5:00pm Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATED 9/9/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

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 a clinical 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 4 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 [email protected] . Applicants should submit the 3 required forms (AAPI application, cover letter, and CV) via e-mail to the address listed above.



Site: The Sullivan Center for Children
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1122)

Location: Fresno, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.sullivancenterforchildren.com/
TD Name and Contact Info: Jason Christopherson - (559) 271-1186 ext. 122 - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 28, 5:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, September 4, 3:00pm Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATED 9/4/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

The Sullivan Center for Children is a private outpatient clinic that provides most of its fees for service to members of the greater Central San Joaquin Valley, but predominately in Fresno and the immediate surrounding area. The internship is focused on training clinicians to work with children and families with a range of psychopathology varying from adjustment difficulties to severe long term mental illness. The company has multiple licensed and unlicensed psychologists and one Board Certified Pediatric Psychiatrist. This is a full-time (40 hour per week) internship that includes both therapy and psychological testing. Along with your APPIC application, please submit a psychodiagnostic evaluation report OR treatment summary (strong preference for reports of child/adolescent patients). Please redact all information in the report.



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

Location: Immaculata, 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, Psy.D. - 484-323-3464 - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, June 25, 3:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, August 13, 2:00am Eastern Time (Position(s) filled/closed)

UPDATED 8/13/18: SOME POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED AND SOME POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Immaculata University Psychology Internship Consortium has one position available at Rowan University Counseling and Psychological Services for the 2018-2019 training year. Interested applicants from APA accredited Doctoral programs in clinical (preferred) or counseling (acceptable) psychology, who have met all the requirements of their program for application for Doctoral Internship, should submit their AAPI, DCT Verification, Standardized Reference Forms, Cover Letter, and CV, to the Executive Training Director at [email protected]

Rowan University Counseling and Psychological Services (Glassboro, NJ) provides services to a diverse undergraduate and graduate student population at Rowan University. Interns would have the opportunity to conduct mental health triage evaluations, intake evaluations, drug and alcohol screenings, and maintain a caseload of 10-14 individual clients with varying diagnoses and levels of functioning. Interns also typically co-facilitate one or two therapy groups each semester, and also have opportunities for training in DBT and participation in outreach programming.



Site: Institute for Multicultural Counseling and Education Services
Accreditation: YES
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2141)

Location: Los Angeles, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.imces.org/psychology-doctoral-internship
TD Name and Contact Info: Tara Pir, Ph.D. - [email protected]
Submit applications to: Dr. Gilbert Morquecho at [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Saturday, March 31, 3:30am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, July 17, 2:00pm Eastern Time (Position(s) closed/unfilled)

UPDATED 7/17/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

IMCES provides culturally responsive and linguistically proficient services in diverse languages including but not limited to Arabic, Armenian, English, Farsi, Russian, Spanish, Bengali, Hindi, and Eastern European languages. IMCES contributes to the wellness of our community by promoting social justice and striving to eliminate stigma and discrimination associated with mental illness through advocacy projects based on identifying disparities in health and mental health services. We are looking for applicants who have cultural and linguistic expertise and interest in serving our underserved target population.

Applicants for IMCES’ doctoral internship training program are requested to submit a copy of their AAPI application. Please send the AAPI application to Dr. Gilbert Morquecho at [email protected] For more information, please see our website and review our Psychology Doctoral Internship brochure at https://www.imces.org/psychology-doctoral-internship



Site: Fulton State Hospital
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1783)

Location: Fulton, Missouri
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://dmh.mo.gov/fulton/pip_home.html
TD Name and Contact Info: Jessica Sergio, Ph.D., [email protected], 573-592-2628
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, July 17, 1:30am Eastern Time (Position(s) closed/filled)

UPDATED 7/17/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Fulton State Hospital has three (3) doctoral internship positions available in their APA-accredited internship program. One position is in the Forensic Evaluation Track, and the other two are with our General Treatment Track. All positions involve minor rotations in Psychological Assessment and Program Evaluation. Fulton State Hospital (FSH) is a 399-bed unit comprised of four levels of security (maximum, intermediate, minimum, and high security). We provides services to individuals with a broad array of disabilities, emphasizing services for those with serious mental illnesses using empirically supported treatment modalities. Students in APA or CPA-accredited doctoral programs in clinical or counseling psychology, who have completed their institution’s academic coursework, passed their comprehensive or qualifying exam, completed a minimum of 500 intervention and assessment hours of clinical or counseling practica, passed their doctoral program’s comprehensive or qualifying exam, successfully proposed their dissertation prior to applying for internship, and have been approved by their graduate training director, are eligible to apply. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, or eligible to work in the U.S. Ensuring cultural competence and respect for diversity is a priority to Fulton State Hospital in general and to the Psychology Internship in specific. We encourage diverse students of varying ethnic, racial, and personal backgrounds to apply.



Site: Superior Court of the District of Columbia: Child Guidance Clinic
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1747)

Location: Washington, DC
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.dccourts.gov/services/juvenile-matters/psychology-internship
TD Name and Contact Info: Jennifer Christman, PsyD; [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Friday, July 6, 3:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, July 15, 1:30pm Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATED 7/15/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

One position is available for an APA-accredited internship at the DC Superior Courts' Child Guidance Clinic in Washington, DC. Interns' primary clinical duties are performing clinical and forensic psychological evaluations, and facilitating individual and group therapy with court-involved youth. Interns have opportunities for forensic-specific interventions such as sex offender treatment and competency restoration, as well as broader training opportunities for original research, therapy with adults in the community, child advocacy, parenting mediation, and more.

Application Instructions: In addition to a cover letter, CV, and APPI, applicants should also submit two letters of reference and documentation verifying the applicant's internship eligibility. Letters of reference can be submitted via email directly from the references, or as email attachments from the applicant. Verification of Internship Eligibility can be emailed directly from the training director of the applicant's doctoral program, or as an email attachment from the applicant. If letters of reference and/or Verification of Internship Eligibility are not included in the original email application, the applicant should include with their original application the names and contact information for the references and/or training director, and an estimated time frame for email delivery of the documents. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt of all materials. If an offer for an interview is extended to an applicant, the applicant may also be asked to submit a writing sample, such as an evaluation report.



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. [(716) 862-7330; [email protected]] and Denise Mercurio-Riley, Ph.D. [(716) 862-8581; [email protected]]
Submit applications to: [email protected] or [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Thursday, April 12, 11:45am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, July 15, 1:30pm Eastern Time (Position(s) closed/unfilled)

UPDATED 7/15/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

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



Site: Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility (RJD)/Mental Health Services Delivery System
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2456)

Location: San Diego, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.cphcs.ca.gov/hodes/mental-health-careers.aspx
TD Name and Contact Info: Kristin Francis, PsyD, 619-6500 ext. 8454
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 28, 5:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, April 21, 11:15 pm Eastern Time (Change of Training Director)
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, July 15, 1:30pm Eastern Time (Position(s) filled/closed)

UPDATED 4/21/18: Change of Training Director and application submission address

UPDATED 7/15/18: SOME POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED AND SOME POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The RJD Health Service Psychology Internship provides a Generalist Model for interns interested in an internship experience in corrections where the skills gained can be applied to any clinical setting. An internship at RJD is an opportunity to provide care as part of an integrated healthcare team to a diverse population of inmate patients with a variety of disorders and comorbidities. RJD has multiple missions including a medical mission wherein we care for inmate patients with medical illnesses, including HIV, hepatitis, asthma, high blood pressure, chronic pain, etc. Additionally, RJD is an institution designated to care for transgender patients as well as inmates with disabilities such as development (cognitive), physical, and mental disorders. Approximately 64% of the total inmate population receives treatment from the Mental Health department with the full range of disorders represented, including but not limited to, psychosis, mood, and anxiety disorders. Interns will choose a minimum of two rotations allowing for experience across custodial levels. Interns will also pick one learning activity to complete such as, a Behavioral Health Unit group, Art and Rehabilitation Therapy group, Mock Trial, or Extended Supervision Training.



Site: Auburn University Student Counseling Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Auburn, AL
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://wp.auburn.edu/scs/pre-doctoral-internship-training/
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Brandy Smith ([email protected], 334-844-5123)
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 12, 11:45 am Eastern Time (Revised program description)
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, May 13, 11:45 pm Eastern Time (Salary increase; Revised program description)
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, July 15, 1:30pm Eastern Time (Position(s) closed/unfilled)

UPDATED 4/12/18: Revised program description

UPDATED 5/13/18: We are pleased to announce a salary increase from $28,000 to $31,000. We have 2 positions left to fill for our 2018-19 intern cohort and are eager to fill them!

UPDATED 7/15/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Student Counseling Services is the counseling center for Auburn University students so provides opportunities to work with a range of clinical concerns and diverse aspects of identity. Candidates interested in a wide variety of settings can learn readily transferable skills through this 2000-hour placement. Service activities include individual and group counseling, emergency/on-call, intakes, supervision of a practicum student, and outreach. The Diversity, Supervision of Supervision, and Didactic seminars all will meet year-round, and there are optional rotations that include Eating Concerns, Diversity, Group, and Academic/Research.

Please submit the requested materials below as timely as possible since the internship begins on July 16th.

If a candidate believes they would be a good fit for the training program but have not yet met one of the minimum requirements, such as the hours, the candidate is still encouraged to apply. The cover letter can address how they are a good fit for the training program despite not yet meeting a requirement. Requirements to apply: (a) a minimum of at least 500 direct hours in which at least 400 of those hours are doctoral hours of intervention (excluding assessment); (b) passed comprehensive exams; (c) experience with individual therapy and assessment (no specific assessments have to have been completed).

Materials to Submit: (a) PDF version of AAPI, (b) cover letter, tailored to our site, (c) CV, (d) 3 Letters of Reference (using the Standardized Reference Forms and can be sent by the student or by their reference-writers), (e) DCT's "Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness" (can be sent by the student or by their DCT), (f) Answers to the four AAPI essay questions, and (g) Graduate Transcripts.



Site: Huntington VA Medical Center
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2175)

Location: Huntington, WV
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.huntington.va.gov/careers/PsychologyIntern_Program2017.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Denise Harris, PsyD; [email protected]; 304-429-6741; ext 2713
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, July 6, 3:30pm Eastern Time (Position(s) filled/closed)

UPDATE 7/6/18: ONE POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED AND TWO HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The Doctoral Internship in Health Service Psychology at the Huntington VA Medical Center is an APA-accredited program located in the beautiful state of WV, 15 minutes from the states of OH and KY. Ours is a small program, with 25 full-time psychologists, most of whom are involved in our training program in some way. We pride ourselves in our flexibility, focus on Appalachian culture, and commitment to training. Our interns complete 4 major rotations, an optional minor rotation, an EBT mentorship, and in-depth assessment training, allowing exposure to a broad array of training experiences throughout the year. Please include your Standard Reference Forms, Verification of Internship Readiness from your DCT and essays along with your AAPI, cover letter and curriculum vita when applying.



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/twin-cities-psychology-internship-consortium.html
TD Name and Contact Info: Casey Lankow, PsyD, LP ([email protected]; 218-371-9438)
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Friday, March 30, 3:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, June 25, 3:00am Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATE 6/25/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

Twin Cities Psychology Internship Consortium (TCPIC) is pleased to announce that we have one doctoral internship position to be filled for the 2018-2019 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: Wake Forest University School of Medicine
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2386)

Location: Winston-Salem, NC
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: email training director with any questions
TD Name and Contact Info: Linda Nicolotti, Ph.D.; [email protected]; 336-716-0894 (phone)
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Saturday, April 28, 4:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, June 25, 3:00am Eastern Time (Position(s) closed/unfilled)

UPDATE 6/25/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Wake Forest University School of Medicine has 2 internship openings for the 2018-2019 academic year. This internship program is housed at Brenner Children's Hospital at Wake Forest Baptist Health, an academic medical center with a medical school and pediatric residency program. We are located in Winston-Salem, NC, a medium-sized city known for education, innovation, arts, and proximity to outdoor activities.

The internship program is pediatric-focused with an emphasis on integrated care within the children’s hospital and child/adolescent psychiatry. Interns will participate in pediatric clinical experiences including GI clinic, hematology/ oncology, NICU, inpatient consultation/liaison, child and adolescent inpatient psychiatry including group therapy, and chronic illness and somatization clinic. Clinical experiences might also include developmental pediatrics and crisis management. In addition, interns will participate in regular supervision, didactics, case conference, grand rounds, and co-therapy. Program development, quality improvement projects, or participation in research is also part of the internship experience.

Applicants are required to submit all three of these items with initial application: (1) A .pdf copy of the "basic" AAPI, (2) A cover letter (i.e., describing your specific interests in our program) (3) A curriculum vitae

Applicants extended interviews will also be asked to submit the following items: (1) Standardized Reference Forms (to be sent by the student or reference-writers) (2) DCT's "Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness" (to be sent by the student or DCT) (3) Answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI (4) Graduate transcripts (5) A treatment or case summary (identifying information eliminated) (6) A psychological evaluation report (identifying information eliminated)



Site: The Derner Internship Consortium​
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2224)

Location: Garden City, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://derner.adelphi.edu/wp-content/blogs.dir/181/files/2015/10/Derner-Internship-Consortium-Handbook.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: J​onathan Jackson - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 28, 5:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, June 25, 3:00am Eastern Time (Position(s) closed/unfilled)

UPDATE 6/25/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The Derner Internship Consortium invites applicants to the training position located at our participating member site, the Center for Motivation and Change, an expanding and cutting edge treatment facility for individuals with substance use. ​Applicants should clearly state their interest in working​ in this area. ​ Detailed i​nformation about the Consortium and about this particular site is available at ​the URL listed above. In addition to your APPI, cover letter and CV, please send two letters of recommendation and a psychotherapy treatment summary. Please feel free to email the Training Director with questions about the training.



Site: WellSpan Philhaven CBT
Accreditation: APA (Yes)
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: Wendy Wild, Psy.D., 717-812-2285, [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, May 9, 2:30pm Eastern Time (Position(s) closed/unfilled)

UPDATE 5/9/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The doctoral internship at WellSpan Philhaven CBT is designed to train future psychologists to work in health care settings, especially large, integrated health systems such as ours, as providers of comprehensive psychological services with an emphasis on multidisciplinary collaboration. The internship has a strong cognitive behavioral orientation aimed to address the physical and emotional health of the population. Interns participate in this effort by spending 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. We are seeking to fill 5 positions to add to the 10 currently matched. To apply, please contact Dr. Wild 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, answers to the four essay questions in the AAPI, and your DCT’s “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness." Applications will be reviewed as they are received. Skype or in person interviews will be offered.



Site: Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2171)

Location: Tuscaloosa, AL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.tuscaloosa.va.gov/TUSCALOOSA/services/Psychology.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Audrey L. Austin, MPH, PhD – [email protected] / 205-554-2000 Ext 3028
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, May 9, 2:30pm Eastern Time (Position(s) closed/unfilled)

UPDATE 5/9/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center is seeking applicants to complete its 2018-2019 internship class. Interested applicants should email the following information: cover letter, CV, full AAPI (including DCT verification of eligibility/readiness, standardized reference forms, essays, and transcripts), and a de-identified evaluation report.



Site: Eastern Oklahoma VA Healthcare System
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Tulsa/Muskogee, Oklahoma
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http:///www.muskogee.va.gov/services/Doctoral_Psychology_Internship_Program.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Patricia Byrd, Ph.D. - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, April 28, 4:00am Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATE 4/28/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

Eastern OK VA Healthcare System (EOVAHCS) located in Tulsa and Muskogee Oklahoma is seeking to fill one internship position for the 2018 – 2019 internship year with training opportunities at the Community Based Outpatient Clinic in Tulsa and the VA Medical Center in Muskogee. We are not APA accredited as this will be our first training year; however, if you have an interest in a VA career, completing a VA internship will enable you to be eligible for future VA employment. We have 16 psychologists serving as supervisors in the program and 11 rotations to choose from for the training year including a Neuropsychological Testing Rotation! Interns will have the unique opportunity to be trained and supervised by VA National consultants in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression (CBT-D) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I). This will give interns the opportunity to fulfill the training requirements to be ‘grandfathered’ in to receiving VA provider status in CBT-D and CBT-I once they are licensed if they decide to continue their career with the VA. In addition, we offer unique opportunities for working with rural and Native American Veterans.



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

Location: Erie, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: https://www.psychologytraining.va.gov/Erie/index.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Kelly R. Gerhardstein, PsyD, 814-860-2318, [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, March 28, 5:00am Eastern Time (Updated application requirements)
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, April 21, 11:15pm Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATED 3/28/18: Added "VA training sites may only consider applicants from accredited graduate programs."

UPDATE 4/21/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

The Erie VA Medical Center has one (1) pre-doctoral internship position available. We are a newly funded program for this academic year, and not APA-accredited, but individuals who complete a VA internship ARE ELIGIBLE for employment and post-doctoral training at VA facilities nationwide. In addition, the program is being modeled after established VA psychology training programs. Erie, PA is centrally located in northwestern Pennsylvania on Lake Erie about 75 miles from both Cleveland, OH and Buffalo, NY. Please note: our stipend was increased after our brochure was published to the website. The stipend for our program is $26,166 for the 2018-2019 academic year. Please use the contact information above to make inquiries about the program or submit your application. VA training sites may only consider applicants from accredited graduate programs. Applications should include the 3 required documents (AAPI, Cover Letter, and CV), as well as DCT’s “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness,” the four essays, graduate transcripts, and standardized reference forms. We look forward to hearing from you.



Site: Central Texas Internship in Clinical and Forensic Psychology
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1924)

Location: Rockdale, TX
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://rrjjc.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Nicolas Carrasco, Ph.D. - 512-446-3930 x 501 - 512-845-7105 - [email protected] - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 1:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, April 21, 11:15pm Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATE 4/21/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

The Central Texas Internship in Clinical and Forensic Psychology offers an organized training program in professional and forensic psychology. It is designed to provide doctoral interns a broad range of supervised professional experiences with children and families involved in the criminal justice system. The internship program follows the guidelines of the Association of Psychology and Postdoctoral Internship Centers (APPIC).

Interns will be employed full-time (40 hours) at the Juvenile Center. A weekly internship seminar is held to provide interns with structured training experience and an opportunity to interact with the other interns. In addition, there are times set aside for supervision, staff meetings, seminars, and training workshops. The program accepts applicants who have completed practica and course requirements for a Ph.D. or Psy. D. in Clinical, Counseling, or Forensic Psychology. A master’s degree in a mental health field is preferred but not required for doctoral students. At least three interns participate in the program during a training period. The training is completed with a minimum of 2,000 hours. Stipends are offered at a rate of $25,000.00 per year.



Site: Spokane VA Medical Center
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2215)

Location: Spokane, WA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.wallawalla.va.gov/services/bh/Psychology_Internship.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Ken Cogswell, PhD, [email protected], 509-434-7013, x6269
Submit applications to: Applicants should send application materials to both [email protected] and to [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 2:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, April 21, 11:15pm Eastern Time (Position(s) closed/unfilled)

UPDATE 4/21/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The Spokane VA Medical Center’s Psychology Internship Program has 1 vacancy in our 4 position program. The Spokane VA is a medium sized VA located in beautiful Spokane, WA, and we have 14 staff psychologists to provide a diverse and comprehensive training experience. Our program was previously co-located with the Walla Walla VA Medical Center, but in late 2017 we consolidated the program in Spokane as the Co-Training Director, Sarah Oslund, PhD, accepted a position as the Substance Abuse Treatment Coordinator at the Spokane VA, leaving Walla Walla without enough psychologists to support the internship. In addition to the General Behavioral Health primary rotation, we offer minor rotations in the following areas: the PTSD treatment team, Neuropsychology, the Community Living Center, Outpatient Substance Abuse, Primary Care Mental Health Integration, and Inpatient Psychiatry. Our interns have done very well in obtaining postdoctoral fellowships in their fields of interest, and our Behavioral Health staff is warm, welcoming, and very cohesive. Please submit the Standardized Reference Forms, the DCT’s “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness” statement, and the answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI.



Site: University of North Florida Counseling Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Jacksonville, FL
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: https://www.unf.edu/counseling-center/Doctoral_Internship.aspx
TD Name and Contact Info: Misha Bogomaz, Psy.D., ABPP - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 12, 11:45am Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATE 4/12/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

UNF Counseling Center is looking forward to recruiting a third intern for 2018-2019 year. Please include in your application the standardized reference forms, DCT’s “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness”, answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI, and graduate transcripts. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions and we are looking forward to reviewing your application.



Site: Saint Joseph Mercy Health System Ann Arbor - Pre-Doctoral Neuropsychology Internship Training Program
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Ann Arbor, MI
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: None
TD Name and Contact Info: Alfred Mansour, Ph.D., LP, CBIS - [email protected] - 734-712-2751
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 12, 11:45am Eastern Time (Position(s) closed/unfilled)

UPDATE 4/12/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The pre-doctoral Internship Program in Clinical Neuropsychology at Saint Joseph Mercy Health System Ann Arbor provides the opportunity to develop and apply psychological knowledge and skills to a rehabilitation population in a complex medical setting. We are recruiting two interns for the 2018-2019 training year. This program adheres to the Houston Conference on Specialty Education and Training in Clinical Neuropsychology. Training opportunities include neuropsychological evaluation, psychotherapy, and consultation. A focus on interdisciplinary team collaboration is emphasized as well. The primary setting for this internship is the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department, which includes a wide spectrum of services (i.e., neuropsychology/rehabilitation psychology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech and language therapy, and recreational therapy). Interns will complete rotations on the inpatient (acute care) and outpatient rehabilitation services and gain experience evaluating and treating patients with a variety of conditions. Our patient population is diverse and generally consists of adults with complex medical, neurological, physical, and co-morbid psychiatric disorders. The most frequent diagnoses include stroke, traumatic brain injury, and dementia. Given the rehabilitation emphasis, clinical work often involves adjustment problems related to physical and cognitive loss, as well as functional and emotional recovery and community reintegration. Neuropsychology interns will also receive training within the Department of Psychiatry, with rotations and didactic experiences. This program follows a Practitioner-Scholar Model of clinical training and includes 2,000 hours of supervised clinical training over a 12-month period.

To be considered, applicants should be completing a doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA-accredited institution and have completed of at least three years of graduate coursework as well as a minimum of 300 assessment hours and 150 intervention hours. Applicants must also be certified as ready for internship by their Director of Training. The Internship Program is supported by hospital-based funding.



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/doc/psychologyinternshipmanual17-18.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: William Reynolds, Psy.D., 716-816-2297, [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 1:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 12, 11:45am Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATE 4/12/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

The Doctoral Internship in Clinical Psychology at BPC currently has 1 position available for the 2018-2019 internship year. BPC provides clinical treatment and evaluation services for individuals involved in an inpatient psychiatric hospital. Interns have the opportunity to conduct individual and group therapy and a variety of diagnostic evaluations in this setting. Training emphasizes overall clinical competence and skills within an inpatient setting. Supervision is a core component of the program. Applicants should submit the standard AAPI. If not already included in the AAPI provided, students should also submit at least 2 Standardized Reference Forms, their DCT’s Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness, answers to the 4 essay questions on the AAPI, and graduate transcripts (copies acceptable). Applicants who are selected for interview will be asked to submit a redacted psychological evaluation report. Interviews may occur via telephone or in-person. Offers for positions are contingent on passing fingerprinting and other background checks.



Site: Columbia Valley Community Health (CVCH)
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2125)

Location: Wenatchee, WA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://cvch.org/training-programs/pre-doctoral-internship
TD Name and Contact Info: Dominika Breedlove, Psy.D.; [email protected]; 509.664.3531
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, April 3, 1:30 pm Eastern Time (Announcement of stipend)
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 12, 11:45am Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATED 4/3/18: The stipend amount for incoming interns is $29,120. We are still accepting applications for our one remaining opening.

UPDATE 4/12/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

Columbia Valley Community Health (CVCH) is a non-profit Federally Qualified Community Health Center (FQHC) providing quality healthcare to families and individuals of all ages, regardless of ability to pay. CVCH is a Joint Commission certified Primary Care Medical Home. Our internship program offers a comprehensive clinical and health psychology experience in a fully Integrated Primary Care setting. The areas of focus at our site include the following: Integrative healthcare, health psychology, interdisciplinary consultation, chronic and acute illness management, trauma-informed care, crisis management, and issues of diversity and working with underserved populations. For over 40 years, CVCH has served the low-income, uninsured, and migrant and seasonal farm worker populations of North Central Washington State as its target population. Please note that our site requires that you are eligible to apply for Master’s-level licensure in Washington at the time of application. For details regarding this requirement, please follow the link to our website. Interested applicants should submit their AAPI, cover letter, and CV to [email protected]



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 ([email protected]; 973-395-5500)
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 2:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 12, 11:45am Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATE 4/12/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

The YCS Institute has 1 open 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. We will review applications on a rolling basis until the position is filled. 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: Utah State University Counseling and Psychological Services
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1592)

Location: Logan, UT
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://counseling.usu.edu/
TD Name and Contact Info: Eri Bentley, [email protected] 435-797-1012
Submit applications to: [email protected] and [email protected] (please cc applications to both of us)
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, April 9, 12:15am Eastern Time (Position(s) closed/unfilled)

UPDATE 4/9/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Utah State University Counseling Psychological Services (USU CAPS) offers an APA-accredited internship program to provide a strong training in 8 primary areas (individual therapy, group therapy, assessment, diversity, supervision/training, professional development, outreach/consultation, ethics). To apply, you must be from an APA or CPA accredited program and have a minimum of 450 intervention hours (including 150 with adult individual therapy). Please see our internship brochure for more detail about our program http://counseling.usu.edu/docs/Internship_Brochure_Spring_2018.pdf. If interested, please email both [email protected] and [email protected], and send us your cover letter, CV, and a copy of your complete APPI (i.e., including the reference letters, essays, and transcripts). We look forward to hearing from you.



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 - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 2:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, April 6, 2:15pm Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATE 4/6/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

Southwest Behavioral & Health Services (SB&H) has one position open in our School and Community Based Counseling Services program and one position open in our Recovery College/Community Living Program. Please see our website/brochure by clicking on the link above for a detailed description of our APA accredited internship program. There is a link to our brochure on the bottom of that webpage. Applicants need to submit the Standardized Reference Forms, and answers to the four essay questions in addition to the three items required by APPIC.

The School and Community-Based Counseling Services program provides comprehensive behavioral health services to youth and their families in school and community settings in the greater Phoenix area. These services span a continuum of care ranging from prevention services through individualized behavioral health interventions. Through partnerships with schools and communities, staff are able to meet children where they are. All behavioral health services are developed in collaboration with the youth and family and are created to be flexible and adjustable as the youth and family progress and grow.
The Recovery College/Community Living program provides community and home based counseling services and therapeutic activities to adult clients. The Intern in this position becomes part of the treatment team in SB&H’s community living and in-home program and provides a combination of group and individual therapy, depending on the setting. A key component of this placement is assisting adults with community integration. Interns will gain proficiency in working with voluntary and court ordered adults, addressing substance abuse issues, assessing and treating adults manifesting a variety of psychiatric symptoms, and navigating public health systems within Maricopa County to increase client supports and resources. Coordination of care and client advocacy is a key component in this track.



Site: Wright State University
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1513)

Location: Dayton, OH
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://psychology.wright.edu/apa-internship
TD Name and Contact Info: Janeece Warfield Psy.D. - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, April 3, 1:30pm Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATE 4/3/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

The Wright State University School of Professional Psychology’s Internship Program has one position open for Summit Behavioral Health Care which is an external rotation with the internal rotation being at the Counseling Wellness Service. Summit Behavioral Health Center is the largest public state psychiatric hospital in Ohio. Interns are engaged in individual and group psychotherapy, milieu therapy, psychological assessments, multidisciplinary treatment team meetings, case conference, group supervision, and other clinical and administrative activities. Applicants are required to submit via e-mail to Stevie Woolf: their pdf copy of their APPI, cover letter, curriculum vita, and their DCT’s Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness.



Site: University of Arkansas Counseling & Psychological Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: https://health.uark.edu/_resources/documents/mental_health/caps-doc-intern-application-packet-2018-2019.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Elizabeth Stout, Ph.D., [email protected]; (479) 575-5276
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, April 3, 1:30pm Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATE 4/3/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

The University of Arkansas Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) is excited to offer a final position for their doctoral internship in Health Service Psychology. The internship position offers an annual salary of $26,400, paid monthly. As an additional bonus, any unused vacation leave will be paid out at the end of the year, up to $3,600. Interns receive annual and sick leave for activities such as dissertation defense, job interviews, and conferences. In addition, there are approximately 12 university holidays. Application requirements may be found on page 5 of the program brochure, available at https://health.uark.edu/_resources/documents/mental_health/caps-doc-intern-application-packet-2018-2019.pdf. The CAPS doctoral internship prepares interns to be competent, confident, and autonomous entry-level psychologists. We offer a comprehensive and structured training program with the flexibility to address individual learning needs. The program emphasizes the nine profession-wide competencies defined by the APA. The program aims to prepare successful generalist practitioners in college or university counseling centers or similar Health Service Psychology (HSP) environments (HSPEC, 2013, August 5). CAPS values a multidisciplinary culture and foundational to the entire program is the belief that competence includes sensitivity to individual & cultural differences.



Site: Central New York Psychiatric Center
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 or https://www.omh.ny.gov/omhweb/facilities/cnpc/employment.htm
TD Name and Contact Info: Nichole L. Marioni, PhD, ABPP; 315-765-3656; [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, April 2, 4:30pm Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATE 4/2/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

The Doctoral Internship in Health Service Psychology at CNYPC currently has 2 positions available for the 2018-2019 internship year. CNYPC provides clinical treatment and evaluation services for individuals involved in the criminal justice system in 3 settings: secure inpatient psychiatric hospital, sex offender treatment program, and prison-based mental health units. Interns have the opportunity to conduct individual and group therapy and a variety of diagnostic and forensic evaluations across these settings. Training emphasizes overall clinical competence and skills within a forensic setting. Supervision is a core component of the program. Applicants should submit the standard AAPI. If not already included in the AAPI provided, students should also submit at least 2 Standardized Reference Forms, their DCT’s Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness, answers to the 4 essay questions on the AAPI, and graduate transcripts (copies acceptable). Applicants who are selected for interview will be asked to submit a redacted psychological evaluation report. Interviews may occur via telephone or in-person. Offers for positions are contingent on passing fingerprinting and other background checks. Please note: If you have difficulty accessing the brochure links posted, you may receive a copy by emailing Dr. Marioni directly.



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

Location: Martinsburg, WV
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: None
TD Name and Contact Info: Jason Malcy, Psy.D. – [email protected] – (304) 263-0811 ext 4659 or (954) 895-3100
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, April 2, 4:30pm Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATE 4/2/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

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 2,000 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 rotations include Neuropsychology, VISN Administration, Telepsychology, plus many other additional options. Thus a typical week would include approximately 3.5 days in the major rotation and 1 day in the minor rotation, and approximately half day for training experiences. The stipend offered this year is $26,086. Please contact me and I will happily send you our brochure.



Site: VA Nebraska-Western Iowa
Accreditation: YES (APA, on contingency)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2217)

Location: Grand Island, VA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.nebraska.va.gov/nemprov/Student_Training_Information/Psychology_Internship.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: A. Jocelyn Ritchie, JD PhD - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 27, 1:00pm Eastern Time (Corrected salary; updated application requirements)
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, March 31, 3:30am Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATED 3/27/18: The 2018-19 stipend is $26,166 (stipend listed in brochure is incorrect). Applicants may send letters of reference (and other requested components) separately prior to the interview if not immediately available.

UPDATE 3/31/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

The VA NWI Psychology Internship has 2 open positions in our Grand Island VA training site. We are a unified internship with intern positions based in four training sites: Grand Island, Lincoln, Norfolk and most recently Omaha. Our goal is to train “excellent generalists” and includes 3 rotations and a year-long assessment clinic. The stipend for 2018-19 is $26,166.

To be considered for an interview, please send a cover letter and as much of the following as possible: your complete APPI including Training Director statements, clinical and assessment hours and measures, and Letters of Recommendation. We recognize that Letters of Recommendation in particular may be difficult for some of you to obtain on short notice; if this is the case, we will ask you to please send the remaining application materials ASAP but at least a day or so prior to the interview.



Site: John Peter Smith Hospital
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Fort Worth, TX
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: http://www.jpshealthnet.org/sites/default/files/psychology_jps_pre-doctoral_manual_ocr.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Ed Miles, PhD, Director of Psychology/Training Director 817-702-1965 - [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, March 31, 3:30am Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATE 3/31/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

We have one (1) Internship position available and a phone interview is required.



Site: Samaritan Health Services Psychology Internship
Accreditation: NO (See below for additional information)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2361)

Location: Corvallis, OR
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.samhealth.org/careers-education/graduate-medical-education/our-programs/psychology-internship-program
TD Name and Contact Info: Michael Herman, PsyD ([email protected] or 541.286.8844)
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 4:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 30, 3:00am Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATE 3/30/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

While we are not currently accredited, we had our accreditation site visit by APA in October of 2017. Please be advised that there is no guarantee that we will ultimately achieve accreditation.

The Samaritan Health Services Psychology Internship currently has 2 available doctoral internship positions for the Medical/Health Psychology track (NMS#: 236112). In this track, at least two of your three rotations during the training year consist of experiences emphasizing integration of mental and behavioral health services within primary care. The Medical/Health Psychology track is devoted to training clinical health psychologists capable of functioning as scientific investigators and as practitioners, consistent with the highest standards of clinical health psychology. Additionally, students who choose this track have the option to do a more assessment based third rotation with neuropsychology or bariatrics. Samaritan Health Services (SHS) is a network of hospitals, clinics, and health services located throughout the beautiful Willamette Valley and central coast region of Oregon. Please refer to our website or contact the training director for further info on the program. Please include the PMVS required items AND verification of internship readiness for consideration: 1) PDF of “basic” APPI, 2) Cover letter, 3) Curriculum Vitae, and 4) DCT verification of internship readiness



Site: Wasatch Mental Health
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1595)

Location: Provo, UT
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.wasatch.org/blog/psychology-internships/
TD Name and Contact Info: Randal S. Pennington, Psy.D./ [email protected] / (801) 852-1452
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 30, 3:00am Eastern Time (Position(s) filled/closed)

UPDATE 3/30/18: TWO POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED AND TWO HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The internship training program is housed in a community mental health center setting and is organized with a year long assignment in family clinics and psychological assessment services. These assignments are concurrent with each intern spending a part of each week in each assignment. Supervised practice is required in the following areas: (1) psychotherapy with youth, families and adults through our family clinics, (2) intake evaluations, (3) psychological evaluations including disability determination, (4) neuropsychological and (5) general psychological evaluations. The internship program utilizes the local clinical scientist model. Interns are highly involved in program evaluation research that assist the community mental health center to improve service delivery and client outcomes.



Site: Bexar County Juvenile Probation-MHAT (BCJPD-MHAT)
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1946)

Location: San Antonio, TX
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.bexar.org/1436/Residency-Program
TD Name and Contact Info: Mary Collins, Psy.D.: [email protected] (email is preferred): 210-335-7732
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 30, 3:00am Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATE 3/30/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

BCJPD-MHAT has 2 openings for the 2018-2019 internship class. BCJPD-MHAT is not a traditional forensic site and students without previous forensic experience have thrived with us. We are an assessment-heavy internship, with the majority of evaluations focusing on recommendations; applicants with experience administering and writing personality measures are preferred. Please see our website or APPIC listing for additional report and hour requirements. Interns typically complete 15-20+ reports per year and carry 4-8 individual clients, along with providing group therapies. We also offer experiential therapeutic group activities, in which interns participate.

To apply, please submit your complete AAPI (3 Standardized Reference Forms, DCT’s “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness,” 4 essay questions, graduate transcripts) and a redacted psychological evaluation to Dr. Collins. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and phone interviews will be offered beginning on Monday, 3/26. There is a written component to our interview which will be emailed at the close of each interview.



Site: The Children’s Center
Accreditation: NO (See below for additional information)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1596)

Location: Salt Lake City, UT
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://childrenscenterutah.org/training-and-internships/psychology-internship-doctoral-candidates
TD Name and Contact Info: Jennifer Mitchell, PhD, BCBA-D, [email protected]
Submit applications to: Both [email protected] AND [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 29, 1:00am Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATE 3/29/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

While not currently accredited, we have received approval for an accreditation site visit by APA. Please note that there is no guarantee that we will ultimately achieve accreditation.

The Children's Center provides mental health services for families with infants, toddlers, and preschool aged children who are experiencing behavioral and emotional problems. Interns gain exposure to a breadth of psychiatric disorders ranging from ADHD, to Anxiety and Depression. The children have typically experienced high levels of trauma in their young lives. We also work with families whose children are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The Center provides a range of treatment including a Therapeutic Preschool Program, parent-child psychotherapy, and trauma work with young children. The treatment modality is relationship based and the application of attachment theory to clinical practice is emphasized. In addition, The Children's Center is an affiliate member of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN). As a result, interns have the opportunity to be trained in the use of multiple evidence-based trauma treatments (TF-CBT, CPP, and ARC) with a preschool population. These evidenced based practices are essential tools for anyone working with families with very young children. Interns receive intensive supervision and effectively learn how to conduct comprehensive psychological evaluations on infants, toddlers and preschool aged children. By the conclusion of the internship, students have learned to diagnose and treat most of the DSM disorders impacting young children. The internship placement is ideal for students planning a career that focuses on early intervention and treatment with infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Students interested in applying should submit a cover letter, PDF copy of their AAPI, and CV to [email protected] AND [email protected].



Site: Larned State Hospital
Accreditation: YES
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2015)

Location: Larned, KS
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.kdads.ks.gov/state-hospitals-and-institutions/larned-state-hospital/larned-state-hospital---training-internships
TD Name and Contact Info: David Barnum, PhD; 620-804-2165; [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 29, 1:00am Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATE 3/29/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

Larned State Hospital has two (2) doctoral internship positions available in their APA-accredited internship program. Both positions are primary rotations in the Forensic Psychology program housed in the State Security Program which serves as the State Psychiatric Forensic Hospital for the State of Kansas. Both positions involve minor rotations in the Psychiatric Services Program, a traditional state psychiatric inpatient program that serves the western 2/3 of the State of Kansas.

Application requirements: Applicants should submit the following documents, preferably via e-mail: (a) Cover Letter (b) Curriculum Vita (c) AAPI, including; Standardized Reference Forms, DCT Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness, Answers to the 4 essay questions on the AAPI, Graduate Transcripts, A professional writing sample, preferably an de-identified copy of a psychological evaluation report.



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: Jonathan A. Roberds, Psy.D.; 215-343-7720 x130; [email protected]
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 29, 1:00am Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATE 3/29/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

Edison Court, Inc. (ECI) would like to announce a single vacancy 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 comensurate with those of practicing psychologists in institutional and group practice settings. Interns maintain a fixed and balanced residential and outpatient client caseload, gain graduated autonomy toward completing full psychological evaluations, forensic risk assessments and mental health diagnostic assessments used within court proceedings. Interns also gain co-supervisory experiences with docatoral practicum students, who are primarily responsible for our clinical evaluation logic model (clinical impact and evaluation research). A reletively large proportion of completing interns remain with ECI for post-doctoral placement. Stipend: $28,000; health insurance included; meals included; 12 Paid Time Off (PTO) days provided. Contact and/or submit applications to Training Director Jonathan A. Roberds, Psy.D. at the above phone number/email address.



Site: Christiana Care Health System
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2404)

Location: Newark, DE
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://christianacare.org/forhealthprofessionals/education/psychologyinternship/
TD Name and Contact Info: Diane McGuffin, Psy.D. - [email protected] - Phone: 302-623-2944
Submit applications to: [email protected]
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 26, 2:00pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 27, 2:00pm Eastern Time (Position(s) filled)

UPDATE 3/27/18: THESE POSITION(S) HAVE BEEN FILLED

Christiana Care Health System is taking applications for our Oncology and Primary Care track. This track provides training 3 days per week in our Helen H. Graham (http://christianacare.org/facilities/helenfgrahamcancercenter/) Cancer Center. Two days per week are spent training in a Primary Care office. We offer exceptional training in Integrated Behavioral Health, Performance Improvement and Leadership. Opportunities to conduct psychological assessment and research are also available. The stipend is competitive at $32,000. Benefit package includes health and dental insurance, as well as 31 paid days of leave. See our website for more information: https://christianacare.org/forhealthprofessionals/education/psychologyinternship/