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Current List of Available Positions

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


Updated Thursday, September 17, 2020 - 1:00 pm Eastern Time


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The APPIC Post-Match Vacancy Service (PMVS) provides a list of internship programs that are seeking applicants for unfilled positions for the 2020-21 training year. This list is NOT automatically generated, as internship Training Directors must submit information in order to be included on this list. This list is divided into two sections, open and filled/closed positions, and the most recent postings (including updates to earlier postings) will be added to the top of each section. Please check back regularly for new vacancies and updates, particularly during the first few days of operation. Those who wish to be notified via e-mail of updates to this list may sign up for such notifications here.

Information about the PMVS (including how to submit an application for these listed positions) is available here. Please note that all individuals who use the APPIC PMVS, including Training Directors and internship applicants, must abide by the APPIC Match Policies. The PMVS operates from March 23, 2020 through October 31, 2020.

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: Allendale Association/Bradley Counseling Center
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1278)

Location: Lake Villa, Illinois
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.; sclavelli@allendale4kids.org; 847-245-6469
Submit applications to: sclavelli@allendale4kids.org
Date/Time Added: Saturday, August 1, 2020 - 2:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 14, 2020 - 1:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATED 9/14/20: The Training Director has confirmed that this program is still seeking intern applicants for 2020-21

Allendale Association has a last minute internship opening for the 2021-2022 internship year as a result of travel restrictions due to the pandemic. We are in the process of finalizing the paperwork with APPIC to officially open the position and are looking for an intern to work in our therapeutic day school and community mental health center. Please see our website at https://allendale4kids.org/internships-post-doc-residency/pre-doctoral-psychology-internship-progam-in-clinical-psychology/ . Details about information to include with your cover letter are included on our website, and you can send your completed AAPI and cover letter via email to sclavelli@allendale4kids.org.



Site: South Florida Evaluation and Treatment
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1218)

Location: Florida City, FL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://wellpathcare.com/recovery-solutions-locations/south-florida-evaluation-treatment-center-sfetc/
TD Name and Contact Info: Yumay Grillo, 786-349-6056, ygrillo@wellpath.us
Submit applications to: ygrillo@wellpath.us
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 1:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, June 23, 2020 - 5:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, August 1, 2020 - 2:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 14, 2020 - 1:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATED 9/14/20: The Training Director has confirmed that this program is still seeking intern applicants for 2020-21

UPDATED 8/1/20: The start date is now flexible. Our web site URL has changed (see above). We currently have two Pre-doctoral Intern position available and are still seeking applicants for these positions.

UPDATED 6/23/20: We now have two positions available and are still seeking applicants for these positions.

We currently have one (1) Pre-doctoral Intern position available. South Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center (SFETC) is a 249-bed forensic psychiatric hospital serving adults adjudicated by the court as Incompetent to Proceed to Trial or Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity. The internship has a clinical and forensic scope. Nearly all mental disorders are encountered at SFETC, though the most frequent diagnoses are those of schizophrenia, bipolar disorders, personality disorders (specially borderline and antisocial), substance use disorders, neurocognitive disorders, and malingering. The hospital serves a multi-lingual and multicultural population. A number of forensic services are provided by the professional staff to restore individuals to competency or to assist them in living safely in a less restrictive setting. If interested in applying for the position, please email the following: A .pdf copy of their "basic" AAPI, a cover letter, a curriculum vita, the DCT's "Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness", and Graduate Transcripts.



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

Location: Fayetteville/ Raeford North Carolina
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.haymountinstitute.com/internship/
TD Name and Contact Info: Christopher J. Ketchman, Psy.D., ABPP. - Dr.ketchman@yahoo.com; (910) 860-7008
Submit applications to: Dr.ketchman@yahoo.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, June 26, 2020 - 4:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATED 6/26/20: We are still seeking students to fill our two vacant positions for this coming year. While any eligible student is welcome to apply, we are particularly open to considering students who have lost their internships (e.g., due to funding issues related to the global pandemic).

The Haymount Institute for Psychological Services is one of the largest privately owned mental health practices in the state of North Carolina, with three locations serving Fayetteville, Ft. Bragg, and surrounding areas. Haymount Institute has offered exceptional training in the area of psychodiagnostic assessment since 2009. The breadth of training is extensive, inclusive of all individuals ages three and up, and interns are afforded the opportunity to work with individuals from all cultural backgrounds. The internship predominately focuses on psychological assessment, with experiences in forensics, neuropsychology, pre-surgical evaluations, and a broad range of general psychological assessment. Haymount Institute provides a flexible work schedule, a strong family-oriented atmosphere, and unparalleled training in the integral parts of private practice development, including mental health advocacy, private practice management, navigation of managed care, billing, credentialing, and general business of psychology. Exposure to such a wide range of experiences will fully prepare interns for all aspects of clinical practice following the internship year. Postdoctoral residency positions are also available. For additional information, please visit our website or contact that training director at any time.

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



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

Location: Training sites are scattered around Chicagoland. Some sites are in the city, while others are in the suburbs. For specific locations, please reference membership site websites.
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://ipapic.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Gregory Sarlo - (773) 880-2235 - dr.gregorysarlo@gmail.com
Submit applications to: Dr.gregorysarlo@gmail.com
Date/Time Added: Saturday, May 23, 2020 - 2:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 14, 2020 - 1:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATED 9/14/20: The Training Director has confirmed that this program is still seeking intern applicants for 2020-21.

IPAPIC has three openings; one at Psychological Consultations, one at Khalil Center, and one at LifeWorks Psychotherapy Center. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions about any of the sites. All of the site’s websites can be found on the IPAPIC.com website, as well as our current training manual.



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

Location: Petersburg, Virginia (30 minutes south of Richmond)
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: N/A
TD Name and Contact Info: Brandi Justice, Psy.D. - brandi.justice@dbhds.virginia.gov
Submit applications to: john.benesek@dbhds.virginia.gov, 804/524-7054
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, April 7, 2020 - 1:45 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 14, 2020 - 1:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATED 9/14/20: The Training Director has confirmed that this program is still seeking intern applicants for 2020-21

Central State Hospital is accepting applications for two internship positions for the 2020-2021 training year. We offer a wide variety of clinical and forensic experiences in an inpatient environment, to include the opportunity to work in Virginia's only maximum security psychiatric facility. Please contact Dr. Benesek for our program manual and to submit your application.



Site: Nebraska Mental Health Centers Psychology Internship Program
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1781)

Location: Lincoln, NE
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://nmhc-clinics.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Lisa Logsden, llogsden@nmhc-clinics.com
Submit applications to: llogsden@nmhc-clinics.com
Date/Time Added: Saturday, March 28, 2020 - 1:00 pm Eastern Time

Nebraska Mental Health Centers Psychology Internship Program is seeking to fill two psychology internship positions for the 2020-2021 internship year. We are a generalist training site within a large private practice setting that offers strong supervision with a developmental focus, an emphasis on multicultural awareness, and opportunities for interns to become integral parts of the clinical treatment team. Interns are actively involved in providing short and long-term individual and family psychotherapy for a wide variety of psychological problems/diagnoses, a variety of group therapies, a diverse array of assessment, assessment, and intervention within a school setting, consultation, outreach programming, program evaluation/research, and administrative functions. Unique to our training program is the cultural understanding of rural offices and the difference in service provision between rural and more urban settings. In addition, psychological assessment is an emphasized component of our training program, opportunity to gain experience in psychological, neuropsychological, substance use, and forensic specific measures for both adults and youth. Overall, the breadth of experience that is available and received provides a solid foundation for a psychology intern to successfully and confidently transition into the next phase of their career. Please visit our website to learn more about our internship training program, and our agency page on Facebook to learn about the culture of our agency and the effort to integrate with the community.

Please be advised the internship stipend on our website has not yet been updated; the stipend for the internship for the 2020-2021 training year is $27,000. Interested candidates are encouraged to contact the Training Director, Dr. Lisa Logsden, as soon as possible to communicate intent to apply and/or completed application. To apply to our site, please email Dr. Lisa Logsden (llogsden@nmhc-clinics.com) your basic application (basic APPI, cover letter, and CV), as well as, the DCT’s verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness, standardized reference forms, and completed four essays from APPI.



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

Location: St. Charles, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: N/A
TD Name and Contact Info: Elisa M. Lancaster, Psy.D., LancasterElisa@16thCircuit.IllinoisCourts.gov
Submit applications to: LancasterElisa@16thCircuit.IllinoisCourts.gov
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 26, 2020 - 12:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 14, 2020 - 1:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATED 9/14/20: The Training Director has confirmed that this program is still seeking intern applicants for 2020-21

The Kane County Diagnostic Center currently has two open internship positions for the upcoming 2020-2021 training year. We are the psychology department for the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit Court and complete court-ordered evaluations and treatment for individuals involved with the legal system. Please contact the Training Director for a copy of our brochure. To submit an application, please e-mail Dr. Lancaster at the provided email. Thank you.



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://jcesom.marshall.edu/departments-divisions/psychiatry-behavioral-medicine/clinical-psychology-internship/
TD Name and Contact Info: Tracy L. LeGrow, Psy.D. - legrow1@marshall.edu - 304-691-1572
Submit applications to: legrow1@marshall.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 15, 2020 - 3:30 pm Eastern Time

UPDATED 9/15/20: The Training Director has confirmed that this program is still seeking intern applicants for 2020-21

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. Through a combination of both required and recently 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.


FILLED/CLOSED POSITIONS

Site: Potomac Behavioral Solutions
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2504)

Location: Arlington, VA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.pbshealthcare.com/careers-training
TD Name and Contact Info: Elizabeth Wine, PsyD - EWine@pbshealthcare.com
Submit applications to: EWine@pbshealthcare.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 8:45 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, September 17, 2020 - 1:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/17/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

We are still accepting applicants for the 2019-2020 internship year. We have 1 position open. Please see our website https://www.pbshealthcare.com/careers-training for information on our training in evidence-based treatments including our adherent DBT program. Please submit answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI and Standardized Reference Forms/Letters of Recommendation in addition to CV, AAPI, and cover letter.



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

Location: Knoxville, TN
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.tennesseeinternshipconsortium.org/
TD Name and Contact Info: Brian Wilhoit / 865-974-6395 / bwilhoit@utk.edu
Submit applications to: cblondin@utk.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 4:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, September 17, 2020 - 1:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/17/20: SOME POSITIONS FILLED / SOME CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The Tennessee Internship Consortium in Psychology has openings for up to 3 positions for the 2020-2021 Aug-July academic year. We are accepting applicants from school psychology programs. The positions are school-based placements (K-12) with an opportunity to provide clinic-based services near the end of the internship year. Traditional school psychology services are provided at all locations. Please submit a copy of your basic AAPI that should include current contact information, standardized reference forms, and your DCT’s verification form. All positions are located within the Knoxville metro area.



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

Location: Cincinnati, OH
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.uc.edu/campus-life/caps/training-program/predoctoral-training-program.html
TD Name and Contact Info: Betsy Lehman, lehmanea@ucmail.uc.edu
Submit applications to: lehmanea@ucmail.uc.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, September 15, 2020 - 3:30 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/15/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

UC CAPS is happy to announce that we have two openings for interns to join our multi-disciplinary team of passionate and heart-forward professionals. We have a generalist program that is especially strong in group therapy and trauma-focused therapy. Come join our team!

The doctoral internship has its foundation in a generalist, practitioner-scholar model, which is a refinement of the traditional scientist-practitioner model and incorporates a developmental learning model. We have submitted our self-study for APA accreditation; however, that does not guarantee that we will be accredited.



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

Location: Ann Arbor, Brighton, and Saginaw, Michigan
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://education.msu.edu/cepse/school-psychology/mmpic/
TD Name and Contact Info: Jana Aupperlee (AUPPERL3@msu.edu) and Blake Lancaster (blancast@med.umich.edu)
Submit applications to: AUPPERL3@msu.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, September 15, 2020 - 3:30 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/15/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

MMPIC trainers have submitted an accreditation self-study to APA. Please be advised that there is no assurance that we will be able to successfully achieve accreditation.

The MMPIC trainers wish to announce that we still have 2 unfilled psychology intern positions. Available positions are as follows:
Saginaw Public Schools (Saginaw, MI) (1 intern)
Sunfield Center for Autism, ADHD, and Behavioral Health (Ann Arbor, MI) (1 intern)

MMPIC offers intensive, structured, training experiences with a school-aged population at the individual, family, school, and systems-level. MMPIC values evidence-based practices that take into consideration individual, cultural, ethnic, and societal differences. Our training sites include a hospital, clinical settings, and school districts. The consortium accepts applicants with a child and adolescent focus from school and clinical psychology doctoral programs; preference is given to interns from accredited programs.

To apply, please contact Dr. Aupperlee via email. Please include the PDF of your AAPI online and one cover letter indicating your MMPIC site(s) of interest in separate paragraphs.



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

Location: New Lenox, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.trinityservices.org/careers/internship-externship-and-practicum-opportunities
TD Name and Contact Info: Carl V. Indovina, Psy.D. - cindovina@trinityservices.org - (815) 717-1700
Submit applications to: cindovina@trinityservices.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, September 15, 2020 - 3:30 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/15/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Trinity Services Behavioral Health Department provides a rich training experience that assists interns in gaining the skills necessary to function as an independent professional. Each week, interns receive two hours of individual supervision, two hours of group supervision, and ninety minutes of didactic training. In addition, students have the opportunity to gain competence applying Third Wave models, such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy.

Interns spend 4 days per week within a psychosocial rehabilitation program (PSR) and one day per week at Trinity’s diagnostic clinic. The Psychosocial Rehabilitation programs are concerned with the development, implementation, and testing of empirically based interventions for adults with severe and persistent mental illness. The goal is to improve independence and actualize success across a variety of important spheres of functioning. All of the clients are adults, and they typically attend the PSR programs Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. While at the PSR, the intern meets with a caseload of individual therapy clients and facilitates weekly psychoeducational group sessions. Additionally, interns work with the team to coach clients in implementing important skills within the milieu and the community.

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



Site: VA Nebraska-Western Iowa Psychology Internship
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2217)

Location: Grand Island, NE; Norfolk NE; Omaha, NE
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.nebraska.va.gov/nemprov/Student_Training_Information/Psychology_Internship.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: A. Jocelyn Ritchie, JD PhD - jocelyn.ritchie@va.gov
Submit applications to: Jocelyn.Ritchie@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, September 15, 2020 - 3:30 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/15/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

The VA NWI Internship has four (4) open positions for the Post-Match process:
221711 - NWI-Rural Outpatient Focus-Omaha VA - 1 position
221713 - NWI - Rotation Based - Grand Island VA - 2 positions
221715 - NWI - NO Rotations - Rural Norfolk CBOC - 1 position

The VA Nebraska-Western Iowa internship now unites 7 APA-accredited internship positions across 4 training sites (with 5 tracks) through an “excellent generalist” focus. During the Match I process it became clear due to staffing changes that we would have to adjust our offerings at two of our sites - Grand Island and Lincoln. In response, we “moved” two positions to two new tracks in Omaha to accommodate these changes (one of which is open in the Post-Match). This has also meant some changes to the rotation structure at Lincoln and possibly in Grand Island. Interns at all sites and tracks engage in a diverse array of intervention cases including PTSD and General outpatient MH cases, and all tracks continue to be designed to meet APA’s 9 Profession-Wide Competencies, with particular attention on learning the nuances of serving rural Veteran populations.

Please see the APPIC website for the updated description of our programs reflecting the changes through the course of Match I, as well as our updated brochure currently up on our website (URL listed above).


Site: Southeast Human Service Center
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1789)

Location: Fargo, ND
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.nd.gov/dhs/info/pubs/docs/sehsc-apa-psychology-internship--information.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Nancy Hein-Kolo - 701-298-4547 - nheinkolo@nd.gov
Submit applications to: nheinkolo@nd.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 4:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 24, 2020 - 8:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, September 15, 2020 - 3:30 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/15/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

UPDATED 3/24/20: Added the following info: "The internship provides a generalist training, with an emphasis on assessment, including evaluations of a forensic nature (e.g., risk assessment for sexual recidivism and parental capacity evaluations)."

Southeast Human Service Center has an opening for one intern for the 2020-2021 training year. The internship provides a generalist training, with an emphasis on assessment, including evaluations of a forensic nature (e.g., risk assessment for sexual recidivism and parental capacity evaluations). Please visit our website to learn more about our program and reach out with any questions you may have. To apply, please email Dr. Nancy Hein-Kolo the following materials: “Basic” AAPI, Cover letter, CV, Standardized Reference Forms, DCT’s “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness,” Answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI, and Graduate Transcripts.



Site: Nebraska Internship Consortium In Professional Psychology
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1416)

Location: Grand Island and Rushville, Nebraska
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://cehs.unl.edu/nicpp/
TD Name and Contact Info: Michael Scheel, PhD, mscheel2@unl.edu
Submit applications to: akushner2@unl.edu
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 25, 2020 - 12:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 16, 2020 - 11:45 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, September 15, 2020 - 3:30 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/15/20: SOME POSITIONS FILLED / SOME CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

UPDATE 4/16/20: Two internship positions are still available in NICPP. We are encouraging students who are still seeking an internship position to apply. The two positions still available are an internship in the Child-Adolescent Outpatient unit of Grand Island, Nebraska affiliated with Boys Town; and a Rural Integrated Care position in Western Nebraska in the Chadron/Rushville area affiliated with the Munroe-Meyer Institute.

NICPP has two unfilled positions, one at each of the following locations:

1. Boys Town Grand Island-Child/Adolescent Outpatient: Interns work in a community based setting providing mental health services to youth and families from the Grand Island and central Nebraska region. This region is a predominantly rural setting. Clients range in age from preschool through age 22. Diagnostic profiles for clients vary. Training focuses on the delivery of evidence based treatment, consultation, primary care integration, and behavioral pediatrics with opportunities for assessment. For questions about this site, contact Kim Haugen, PhD at Kimberly.haugen@boystown.org.

2. Munroe-Meyer Institute, Rural Integrated Care -West: The MMI RIC-W program offers outpatient behavioral assessment and treatment in primary care settings across rural western Nebraska in the Rushville/Chadron are. Interns will have the opportunity to work working alongside physicians and other health professionals and learn outpatient behavioral assessment and treatment techniques for common developmental and behavioral problems encountered by children, adolescents, and their families. Outpatient services for children with developmental disabilities and interdisciplinary clinics (e.g., Genetics clinic) are also provided. Other opportunities involve performing school consultation and/or interventions. For questions about this site, contact Allison Grennan, PhD at allison.grennan@unmc.edu.

Applicants should indicate in their cover letters the position(s) in which they are interested. Please submit the AAPI to Alisa Kushner at akushner2@unl.edu along with the following items: Standardized Reference Forms (to be sent by the student or by her/his reference-writers), DCT's "Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness" (to be sent by the student or by her/his DCT), answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI, and Graduate Transcripts.



Site: SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1854)

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.sickkidscmh.ca/Home/Educational-Placement/Psychology-Placements/Psychology-internship-brochure-revAug2019.aspx
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Susan Yabsley, C.Psych. - syabsley@sickkidscmh.ca
Submit applications to: syabsley@sickkidscmh.ca
Date/Time Added: Friday, April 24, 2020 - 1:45 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, September 15, 2020 - 3:30 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/15/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health has 3 full-time internship positions to offer for 2020-21 internship year. SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health (SickKids CCMH) is a multi-professional, not-for-profit, children’s mental health centre located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Internships are 12-month full-time and begin on the first working day of September and ends on the last working day of August of the following year. Internship full-time equivalency means an intern will complete a minimum of 35 hours per week and attain a minimum of 1,500 hours.

The Internship program is designed to provide interns with the opportunity to become familiar with a broad bio-psychosocial, multi-systemic orientation, utilizing a variety of interventions (e.g., individual therapy, family therapy, parent counseling, and community consultation) in accordance with client needs and the training objectives of the student. This is accomplished through direct service activities, didactic seminars and supervision. The program is comprised of five main components and each intern will undertake each of the following components: (1) provision of direct service activities to a case load of clients, typically individual, family or parent-child dyadic psychotherapy, (2) completion of comprehensive psychological assessments on the Psychological Assessment Service, (3) membership on two interprofessional direct service training teams one of which must be a Child and Adolescent Assessment Team (CAAT), (4) participation in educational seminars, and (5) both individual and group supervision.

Interested applicants should provide the required application materials (PDF of AAPI, Cover Letter, Curriculum Vita, ). Application materials should be emailed to the site director, Dr. Susan Yabsley (email address noted above). Interviews can be conducted via secure video conference depending upon applicant availability.



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

Location: Torrance, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: Email training director for brochure camvelazqu@pa.gov
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Camille Velazquez (724-459-4486) camvelazqu@pa.gov
Submit applications to: camvelazqu@pa.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 16, 2020 - 11:45 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, July 4, 2020 - 3:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, September 15, 2020 - 3:30 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/15/20: SOME POSITIONS FILLED / SOME CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

UPDATE 7/4/20: Torrance State Hospital Internship Program is changing its start date to August 24, and is still accepting applications for 2 internship positions.

UPDATE 4/16/20: Torrance State Hospital Internship Program is still accepting applications for 3 internship positions.

Torrance State Hospital Internship Program is accepting applications for 3 internship positions. The program located in Torrance, PA offers training in both forensic and serious mental illness. Interns rotate through 3 rotations (Assessment, Forensic and Personality Disorders). We offer excellent training experiences, competitive stipends, and healthcare coverage in an area well-known for its low cost of living. Please contact Dr. Camille Velazquez, if interested to see our brochure.

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



Site: Oklahoma Health Consortium
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1518)

Location: Norman, OK
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.ou.edu/ucc/training/APADoctoralInternship
TD Name and Contact Info: Justin Wyckoff, PhD - jwyckoff@ou.edu; 405 325-2911
Submit applications to: jwyckoff@ou.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 14, 2020 - 1:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/14/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The Oklahoma Health Consortium is looking to fill two primary rotations positions at the University Counseling Center on the University of Oklahoma Norman campus. Interns at the Consortium receive strong generalist training in the provision of therapy services through a variety of modalities, psychoeducational assessment, and outreach at two university campuses. Please see our brochure at the address above for more detailed information.



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

Location: Rushville, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.libertyhealthcare.com/upload/112.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: John R. Reid. PhD. - John.R.Reid@illinois.gov - 217-322-3204 x5075
Submit applications to: John.R.Reid@illinois.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 14, 2020 - 1:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/14/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Liberty Healthcare in coordination with the Illinois Department of Human Services-Treatment & Detention Facility is offering the unique Internship opportunity to complete a Doctoral Psychology Internship (3 positions) specializing in Sex Offender Treatment. Preferred applicants are in a doctoral program completing a doctorate in clinical, counseling or clinical forensic psychology. This one-year Psychology training will offer the selected candidates the opportunity to participate in intensive sex offender-specific group therapy with an experienced co-therapist. During this treatment-intensive, pre-doctoral internship training, the Interns will function as a member of a multidisciplinary team providing psychological testing and report writing; treatment planning; as well as, group and individual treatment. The Intern will participate in weekly training provided in multiple formats including case conferencing, multidisciplinary treatment plan staffing, staff trainings and didactic seminars. Two licensed psychologists will provide supervision to the Intern. We have five open positions.

Stipend is $45,000.



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

Location: North and Northwest Chicago suburbs, Illinois
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.connectionsinternshipconsortium.net
TD Name and Contact Info: Kathryn Hefferon, PsyD - khefferon@counselingconnections.net
Submit applications to: khefferon@counselingconnections.net
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 14, 2020 - 1:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/14/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

The CIC had our Accreditation site visit by APA in September 2019 and is awaiting final decision. We must advise that we have no guarantee that we will be able to successfully achieve accreditation.

The Connections Internship Consortium is excited to announce that we have positions open for the Post-Match Vacancy process. The CIC is comprised of four therapeutic day schools in the north and northwest suburbs of Chicago. Our training program offers an extremely comprehensive training experience in individual, group, and family therapy as well as crisis management and risk assessment with a diverse population of youth ages 6-21. Our trainees work closely with the dynamic school treatment teams (teachers, restorative staff, occupational therapists, CADC, music therapists, art therapists, and administration) to serve students with various presentations including but not limited to: mood disorders, anxiety, personality disorder features, substance use, developmental delays, psychosis, family discord, attachment issues, and high functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder. Trainees work under the guidance of highly trained and supportive clinical psychologists/supervisors who are on site 40 hours a week. Visit our website or email the training director for more information. Please send applications to the Training Director’s email address listed above. All interviews will be conducted remotely using a web video platform or phone.



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

Location: Wilmington, DE
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.wilmington.va.gov/careers/Psychology_Internship_Training.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Claire Wu, Psy.D. - Claire.wu@va.gov - 302-994-2511 ext 4356
Submit applications to: Claire.wu@Va.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 14, 2020 - 1:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/14/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The Wilmington VAMC is offering two internship positions for the 2020-2021 training year. Interested applicants can review our listed website or directly contact Dr. Claire Wu (Claire.wu@va.gov) for more information and to submit application packets.



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

Location: Phoenix, Arizona and Flagstaff, Arizona
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.sbhservices.org/doctoral-internship-psychology
TD Name and Contact Info: Lynette Livesay, PsyD - lynettel@sbhservices.org
Submit applications to: lynettel@sbhservices.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 14, 2020 - 1:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/14/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Southwest Behavioral & Health Services has three positions available. Two positions are in our School and Community Based Counseling Services program in Phoenix, Arizona and one positions is in our Outpatient Program in Flagstaff, Arizona. Please refer to our brochure available on our webpage for a detailed description of our internship program. Applicants need to submit the three required application items as well as three reference forms and answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI.



Site: Sagamore Children’s Psychiatric Center Internship
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2506)

Location: Dix Hills, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: For a brochure about our program, please contact Shira Weiss, Director of Psychology, at Shira.Weiss@omh.ny.gov
TD Name and Contact Info: Shira Weiss, PsyD - (631) 370-1837 - Shira.Weiss@omh.ny.gov
Submit applications to: Shira.Weiss@omh.ny.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 1:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 14, 2020 - 1:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/14/20: SOME POSITIONS FILLED / SOME CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

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

Sagamore Children’s Psychiatric Center has two unfilled position for our 2020-2021 Psychology Internship. The salary for our program is at least $33,000. In order to apply to our program, please submit the following materials via email: A .pdf copy of the "basic" AAPI, Cover Letter, CV, Standardized Reference Forms, DCT's "Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness,” sample Psychological Evaluation and answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI.

Sagamore Children’s Psychiatric Center is not accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). Sagamore Children’s Psychiatric Center is a member of APPIC.



Site: Colorado Department of Corrections
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1795)

Location: Canon City & Pueblo, Colorado
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: N/A
TD Name and Contact Info: Jessica Flermoen, PsyD - 719-269-4843 - jessica.flermoen@state.co.us (preferred)
Submit applications to: jessica.flermoen@state.co.us
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 24, 2020 - 8:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 14, 2020 - 1:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/14/20: SOME POSITIONS FILLED / SOME CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The Colorado Department of Corrections (CDOC) offers a year long internship among several correctional facilities. The CDOC has two remaining vacant positions. If interested in applying, please submit application materials (AAPI, Cover Letter, and CV) to jessica.flermoen@state.co.us. Feel free to direct any questions to the same email.

Interns have the opportunity to choose two rotations out of five options to make up their internship year. The rotations include:
1. Centennial Correctional Facility - Diagnostic Unit - Students focus primarily on completing psychological testing batteries and integrated reports, but also have some opportunity to conduct group and individual therapy, as well as crisis assessment.
2. Centennial Correctional Facility/Fremont Correctional Facility - Sex Offender Treatment and Management Program - Interns assigned to this rotation will be trained in completing Offense Specific Evaluations that will help guide treatment. Students will also be able to co-facilitate sex offender treatment groups.
3. Colorado State Penitentiary- CSP is a maximum security facility. Interns would primarily offer brief therapeutic contacts to offenders and conduct crisis assessment.
4. Colorado Territorial Correctional Facility - Interns assigned to this rotation would offer crisis assessment and intervention in the infirmary. Additionally they would manage a caseload, conduct group therapy, and complete cognitive testing batteries.
5. San Carlos Correctional Facility - This is a residential treatment program which would require the student to focus primarily on facilitating group and individual therapy for offenders suffering from major mental illness. This facility also houses a Dementia Unit and offenders who are on Involuntary Medications due to the severity of illness.



Site: NC Dept. of Health and Human Services – Cherry Hospital
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2438)

Location: Goldsboro, NC
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.ncdhhs.gov/divisions/dsohf/cherry-hospital
TD Name and Contact Info: Astrid Ertola, Ph.D. - (919) 947-8320 - Astrid.ertola@dhhs.nc.gov
Submit applications to: Astrid.ertola@dhhs.nc.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 24, 2020 - 8:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 14, 2020 - 1:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/14/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Cherry Hospital is a state psychiatric hospital setting that offers inpatient psychiatric treatment to individuals starting at age 12. The hospital offers individual therapy, diagnostic assessment, psychoeducational groups, school psychology services, and capacity restoration services (when needed) for all ages. It is preferred that individuals who apply to the internship program at Cherry Hospital possess an interest and some experience with individuals who have severe and persistent mental illness. The expected start date for this internship with be August 1, 2020.



Site: Minnesota Sex Offender Program
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2090)

Location: Moose Lake, MN
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://mn.gov/dhs/general-public/about-dhs/employment/internships/doctoral-internship.jsp
TD Name and Contact Info: Lauren Herbert, Psy.D., LP - lauren.a.herbert@state.mn.us
Submit applications to: lauren.a.herbert@state.mn.us
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 30, 2020 - 7:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 14, 2020 - 1:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/14/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

We have been approved for an APA site visit. It is important to note that, while we have been approved, a site visit does not ultimately guarantee accreditation.

The Minnesota Sex Offender Program would like to announce that we have one additional internship slot remaining for the 2020-2021 training year. Please contact Dr. Herbert directly for a copy of our internship manual, any questions, and to apply to our internship program. We will be accepting applications until the position is filled and will host interviews as applications come in.



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

Location: Onarga, IL (Onarga/Iroquois); Park Ridge, IL (Maine East)
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://psychology.illinoisstate.edu/ispic/
TD Name and Contact Info: Paula Allee-Smith; pjallee@ilstu.edu
Submit applications to: Paula Allee-Smith; pjallee@ilstu.edu
Date/Time Added: Thursday, April 16, 2020 - 11:45 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, April 24, 2020 - 1:45 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 14, 2020 - 1:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/14/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

UPDATE 4/24/20: A second internship position is now available in ISPIC: A member site of the Illinois School Psychology Internship Consortium, Onarga Academy/Iroquois Special Education Association, has one internship position available. The internship prepares an intern to become a dually-credentialed (Licensed Clinical Psychologist and credentialed School Psychologist) professional psychologist. This site combines experiences from three agencies, including 1) Onarga Academy (OA), 2) Iroquois Mental Health Center (IMHC), and 3) Iroquois Special Education Association (ISEA). OA is a community-based residential treatment facility for boys ages eleven to twenty displaying psychiatric, psychological, behavioral, and sexually reactive behaviors. The intern completes psychological evaluations and engages in therapy, while also serving general and special education students at the private school operating on the campus. IMHC provides mental health and addiction treatment services to over 1,000 adults, children and adolescents annually, serving multiple counties in east central Illinois and west central Indiana. ISEA is a co-op serving a large rural area in Iroquois County, which includes six school districts. The intern will also participate in the consortium-wide didactic training curriculum. Stipend: $20,000, benefits available. Please review the website for more details.

4/16/20: A member site of the Illinois School Psychology Internship Consortium, District 207 Maine East High School, has one internship position available. The internship prepares an intern to become a dually-credentialed (Licensed Clinical Psychologist and credentialed School Psychologist) professional psychologist. Maine East High School is widely acknowledged to be one of the most culturally rich, ethnically and socio-economically diverse high schools in the country. Having over fifty different languages and nationalities and a range of socio-economical classes well represented, the intern has the opportunity to have many unique and challenging experiences. The intern will also participate in the consortium-wide didactic training curriculum. The intern at Maine East High School is part of the Student Services department. This unique placement of a School Psychology position offers the intern training opportunities with both the general education and special education departments. Maine East has strong programs in place that provide multi-tiered social emotional supports. There are opportunities for individual and group counseling, initial and reevaluation psychological reports, and participation on various teams providing a range of clinical and school experiences. Prospective interns should have a strong interest in working with high school-aged students from a variety of cultures and socioeconomic statuses. Stipend: $20,000. Please review the website for more details.

ISPIC requires applicants to be from School Psychology doctoral programs. Interested applicants should provide the required application materials (PDF of AAPI, Cover Letter, Curriculum Vita); applicants to Onarga should also include standardized reference forms, a treatment or case summary, and a psychological evaluation report.



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

Location: New York, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.caresnyc.org/CARES%20Internship%20Brochure.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Sharon Shkedi, 212-420-1970, sshkedi@caresnyc.org
Submit applications to: sshkedi@caresnyc.org
Date/Time Added: Thursday, May 14, 2020 - 11:15 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 14, 2020 - 1:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/14/20: SOME POSITIONS FILLED / SOME CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The CARES psychology internship program offers unique and comprehensive opportunities to work with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities across a wide range of ages (between 2 to adulthood) and settings (pre-school, licensed out-patient clinic, and homes). In addition, we have an out-patient mental health clinic providing services to children and adults presenting with anxiety, depression, ADHD, and behavioral problems. Interns will receive intensive training in ABA, cognitive-behavioral therapy, diagnostic testing, and comprehensive report writing. Interns will have a chance to work with ethnically diverse populations as our programs have historically worked with underserved Chinese and Hispanic immigrant families. This multicultural diversity provides our interns with a profuse opportunity to learn how diversity informs and interfaces with clinical practice. CARES is a multidisciplinary agency which employs a number of Psychologists, Social Workers, Certified Special Educators, Board Certified Behavior Analysts, Speech and Language Pathologists, Occupational, and Physical Therapists. Interns will be able to work together with professionals of different disciplines and be exposed to a systems-based approach to treatment. More information about our program can be found in our brochure. https://www.caresnyc.org/CARES%20Internship%20Brochure.pdf



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

Location: Las Vegas, NV
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.desertpsychological.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Stephanie Holland - drholland@desertpsychnv.com or 702-650-6508
Submit applications to: hannahs@desertpsychnv.com and drholland@desertpsychnv.com
Date/Time Added: Friday, April 24, 2020 - 1:45 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 7, 2020 - 4:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/7/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Our practice has 2 openings for interns seeking learning opportunities in clinical assessment of children/adolescents and forensics. Since our inception in 1997, Desert Psychological has grown into a large practice offering comprehensive mental health services to at-risk populations such as the Department of Children and Family Services, Caliente Youth Center, and adjudicated youth. Las Vegas is a vibrant city with an expanding mental health provider community. If interested in what we have to offer, please send the following materials: A pdf copy of your "basic" APPIC application, a Cover Letter (i.e., describing your specific interests in our program), and a Curriculum Vita.



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

Location: Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: www.drfountain.ca; internship training manual: https://e30dbbbc-aee2-4154-a130-a7daf3807c34.filesusr.com/ugd/a49ad7_715303f601e0442b9a705bbda19e7197.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Patricia Zimmerman, Ph.D., C.Psych. (email: patricia@drfountain.ca; phone: (905) 655-5813)
Submit applications to: patricia@drfountain.ca
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 7, 2020 - 4:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/7/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

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



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

Location: Olympia Fields, IL - approximately 20min south of Chicago
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: Please contact Dr. Conard for program brochure and additional information about our site.
TD Name and Contact Info: Mark Conard, PhD, mark.conard@franciscanalliance.org
Submit applications to: mark.conard@franciscanalliance.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 7, 2020 - 4:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/7/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Franciscan St. James has two internship openings in Behavioral Health for PhD or PsyD candidates with an interest in Health Psychology and Behavioral Health. We are a consultative service within a community hospital, covering wide array of behavioral health and psychological issues affecting medical patients, offering a great deal of hands-on practice within the medical setting. Please submit your APPI, letters of recommendation, and graduate transcript(s) for consideration. Please contact Dr. Conard for program brochure and additional information about our site.



Site: University of Arizona Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Tucson, AZ
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: https://new.coe.arizona.edu/uarizona-psychology-internship-consortium
TD Name and Contact Info: Jennifer Kirkpatrick, Ph.D. - kirkpatrickj@arizona.edu/520-621-3086
Submit applications to: coe-uapic@email.arizona.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 24, 2020 - 8:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 7, 2020 - 4:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/7/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The University of Arizona Psychology Internship Consortium is accepting applicants for the 2020-2021 internship year. Located in the beautiful Sonoran Desert of Tucson Arizona, the UArizona PIC prepares psychologists with the skills, competencies, and professional identity to provide quality psychological services in diverse school settings. Interns learn from a multidisciplinary team of professionals with broad developmental training approaches to achieve training goals. We have one 10.5 internship position open beginning in July of 2020. The stipend for the 2020-2021 training years is $24,000. The remaining site is located in the Sunnyside Unified School District.

To apply for this position, please submit a cover letter, a .pdf copy of your basic AAPI, CV, .pdf copies of your standardized reference forms, and answers to the four essay questions. Interviews will be conducted via secure video conference. Submit materials to coe-uapic@email.arizona.edu .



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

Location: Colorado Springs, CO
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.brainandbodyintegration.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Ryan Cole, Psy.D. - Drcole@brainandbodyintegration.org
Submit applications to: drcole@brainandbodyintegration.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 8:45 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 7, 2020 - 4:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/7/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

I would like to announce two vacant internship positions with Brain and Body Integration in Denver, Colorado. Brain and Body Integration offers a one-year, full time doctoral level training program in the areas of assessment, diagnosis, consultation, supervision, and individual therapy. Training takes place in a large private practice setting and includes preparation for professional practice in Clinical Psychology, as well as the opportunity to provide individual therapy and a diverse array of psychological assessments. The internship program is a 40-hour week, for 12 months position. Interns spend an average of 15-24 hours per week of face-to-face time with clients. This program also includes time-off for holidays, sick days, and vacation. The program begins the first week of August and is completed one year later. The total training comprises approximately 2000 hours of supervised experience.

Applicants should submit relevant essays, a cover letter, current CV, transcripts, and letters of reference. Interviews can be conducted on-site or via secure video conference depending upon applicant availability.



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

Location: Colorado Springs, CO
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.brainandbodyintegration.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Ryan Cole, Psy.D. - Drcole@brainandbodyintegration.org
Submit applications to: drcole@brainandbodyintegration.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 8:45 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 7, 2020 - 4:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/7/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

I would like to announce two vacant internship positions with Brain and Body Integration in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Brain and Body Integration offers a one-year, full time doctoral level training program in the areas of assessment, diagnosis, consultation, supervision, and individual therapy. Training takes place in a large private practice setting and includes preparation for professional practice in Clinical Psychology, as well as the opportunity to provide individual therapy and a diverse array of psychological assessments. The internship program is a 40-hour week, for 12 months position. Interns spend an average of 15-24 hours per week of face-to-face time with clients. This program also includes time-off for holidays, sick days, and vacation. The program begins the first week of August, and is completed one year later. The total training comprises approximately 2000 hours of supervised experience. Applicants should submit relevant essays, a cover letter, current CV, transcripts, and letters of reference. Interviews can be conducted on-site or via secure video conference depending upon applicant availability.



Site: The League Education and Treatment Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2483)

Location: Brooklyn, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.leaguecenter.org/predoctoral-psychology-internship/
TD Name and Contact Info: Sara Elnahal, Psy.D. - 718 498-2500 x149; selnahal@leaguecenter.org
Submit applications to: selnahal@leaguecenter.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 7, 2020 - 4:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/7/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

The League Education and Treatment Center currently has two positions available in the PMVS. We are a day treatment/ school serving children and adolescents ages 3-21. Interns gain training in a milieu setting, conducting individual and group therapy with extensive family and consultation work. All interested candidates, please email your application to Dr. Sara Elnahal at selnahal@leaguecenter.org including (1) a copy of your basic AAPI, (2) a cover letter, and (3) a copy of your curriculum vitae with Psychology Internship in the subject line.



Site: High Plains Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: YES (APA, On Contingency)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2406)

Location: Scottsbluff, NE
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.unco.edu/cebs/high-plains/
TD Name and Contact Info: Robyn S. Hess, PhD, ABPP, (970) 351-1636, robyn.hess@unco.edu
Submit applications to: robyn.hess@unco.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 1:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 7, 2020 - 4:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/7/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

High Plains PIC has two open positions at Educational Services Unit #13 in Scottsbluff, NE. These unique positions offer applicants who interested in working with child and adolescent populations in a rural environment. The role provides a heavy emphasis on delivering individual and group counseling to students from diverse ethnic backgrounds, conducting assessments, and providing consultation and program development to school staff and administration. Additional opportunities include preschool observations, working with students who have high level needs, and delivering social emotional learning in a Migrant program setting. This position pays $22,000 with potential opportunities to receive ABA supervision. To apply, please attach a copy of your APPI, cover letter, and your CV. Additionally, please have your DCT (or you) send your “verification of internship readiness”.



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 - Use the internship tab.
TD Name and Contact Info: Deborah R. Walsh, Ph.D.; dwalsh@summit-psychological.com
Submit applications to: cankney@summit-psychological.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 1:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 7, 2020 - 4:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/7/20: SOME POSITIONS FILLED / SOME CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The Ohio Psychology Internship has one opening in our Adult Inpatient Hospital Services at Heartland Behavioral Health. We also have two openings for our Outpatient Forensic Services at Summit Psychological Associates, Inc. Please email your APPI and a vita to Crystal Ankney-Scherba at cankney@summit-psychological.com. Please visit the internship tab of our website.



Site: Eating Recovery Center- Insight Behavioral Health
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2150)

Location: Chicago, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.eatingrecoverycenter.com/recovery-centers/chicago/training
TD Name and Contact Info: Anne Kubal, PhD, CEDS-S, 773-321-2839, Anne.Kubal@ercinsight.com
Submit applications to: Anne.Kubal@ercinsight.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 4:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 7, 2020 - 4:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/7/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Eating Recovery Center-Insight Behavioral Health has one internship position unfilled, and we are searching for a strong candidate who is interested in training in our adult Mood and Anxiety Program at an IOP and PHP level of care, or in our Adolescent IOP and PHP program, treating adolescent patients with mood and anxiety disorders and treating adolescent patients with primary eating disorder diagnoses.

§ ERC-Insight is firmly committed to providing a comprehensive training experience designed to encourage the deepening of clinical skills and to prepare interns for the next stage of their career. We offer a dynamic, enriching learning environment with many opportunities for individual and group supervision, didactic seminars, specialty trainings, case conferences, and team staffing with experts in the field. Our interns receive generalist training as well as the opportunity to specialize within 1-2 clinical specialty areas. Interns gain experience with individual, family, and group therapy in a large, multidisciplinary treatment center. Interns are part of the large multidisciplinary team at ERC Insight as well as a member of a specific treatment program. Please see our training website for additional information about the training program in general, and for specific information about our internship program. Please be advised the internship stipend on our website has not yet been updated; the stipend for the internship for the 2020-2021 training year is $35,568. Please do not hesitate to reach out to Dr. Anne Kubal, Director of Clinical Training, with any questions, at Anne.Kubal@ercinsight.com. To apply, please submit the following via email to Dr. Kubal: 1. A .pdf copy of your AAPI; 2. A cover letter describing your specific interests in the ERC-Insight internship; and 3. a curriculum vita.



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

Location: Kirkland, WA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.fairfaxhospital.com/
TD Name and Contact Info: Michael A Archer. Psy.D., CMHS - Michael.Archer@uhsinc.com
Submit applications to: Michael.Archer@uhsinc.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 4:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, September 7, 2020 - 4:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/7/20: SOME POSITIONS FILLED / SOME CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Fairfax Behavioral Health is seeking motivated and skilled interns who can work in a high acuity setting focusing on moderate to severe psychopathology in adults and adolescents. Multidisciplinary, critical thinking and adaptive skills are a essential.



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

Location: Clinics in the Twin Cities and surrounding areas in Minnesota
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.nystromcounseling.com
TD Name and Contact Info: Heather Bodurtha; hbodurtha@nystromcounseling.com
Submit applications to: hbodurtha@nystromcounseling.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 1:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, September 6, 2020 - 7:30 am Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/6/20: SOME POSITIONS FILLED / SOME CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Nystrom & Associates, Ltd. is a year long internship program that provides experience with assessments and individual therapy. Interns obtain a diverse experience testing all ages from 6 and up. In addition, experience in providing therapeutic intervention services to individual clients is provided. Interns work at two different Nystrom clinics in the area in order to further increase the diversity of the experience. Interns are provided extensive supervision as well with two individual hours of supervision each week and two hours of group supervision each week. Interns also obtain a variety of didactic trainings, including supervision training.



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

Location: Larned, KS
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.kdads.ks.gov/state-hospitals-and-institutions/larned-state-hospital/larned-state-hospital---training-internships
TD Name and Contact Info: Debra Vondracek, Psy.D. - 620-804-1020 - debra.vondracek@ks.gov
Submit applications to: debra.vondracek@ks.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, September 6, 2020 - 7:30 am Eastern Time

UPDATE 9/6/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Larned State Hospital has 1 position open with our forensic program the State Security Program. Interns typically author their own forensic evaluation and perform competency treatment. Applicants should send a writing sample with their application.



Site: Western Kentucky Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1310)

Location: Hopkinsville, KY
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.wkpic.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Susan Redmond-Vaught, Ph.D. - 270-889-2819, susan.vaught@ky.gov
Submit applications to: susan.vaught@ky.gov
Date/Time Added: Saturday, June 20, 2020 - 8:30pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, August 23, 2020 - 2:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 8/23/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

WKPIC would like to extend two additional internship positions for the 2020-2021 internship year. These positions would be adult inpatient only. Western State Hospital faced an outbreak of COVID-19 early in the pandemic, affecting both patients and staff. Through diligent modifying of how we provide services, we have been able to return to a COVID-free status, and we believe our experience and learning through this process has helped us to create a work environment that safely accommodates intern training. Relocation to Hopkinsville would be required, as would licensing at a Master’s level in the State of Kentucky close to or just following our start date of 9/1/2020. These two positions offer the same salary and benefits and same didactics/supervision curriculum as our traditional slots. Preference will be given to interns who Matched this year, but have been stranded by program closures; however, any student eligible for internship who meet our program requirements may apply. Please send letter of interest with contact information to Dr. Vaught at the email address noted above.



Site: Eastern Oklahoma VA Health Care System
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2426)

Location: Tulsa, OK
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.muskogee.va.gov/Behavioral_Medicine_Doctoral_Psychology_Internship_Program.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Patricia Byrd, Ph.D.; patricia.byrd@va.gov; 918-610-2001
Submit applications to: patricia.byrd@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, July 24, 2020 - 11:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 7/24/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Eastern OK VA Health Care System has one position open and participating in PMVS. We are a new program that is currently accredited, on contingency by the American Psychological Association (APA) Commission on Accreditation (CoA) as of July 23, 2019 following our initial site visit in May of 2019. The internship program was established in 2018 and will be accepting its 3rd class of interns for the 2020-2021 academic year.

We specialize in generalist training with an emphasis on evidence-based therapeutic assessment and interventions and give interns the opportunity to gain provider status during the internship year once licensed in CBT for Insomnia and Cognitive Processing Therapy. We have the following rotation options: PTSD Clinical Team, Women’s Mental Health/Military Sexual Trauma, Acute Psychiatric Inpatient Unit, General Mental Health, Home Based Primary Care, Rural Telemental Health, Special Populations, Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Recovery Center, and Substance Use Disorder Team.



Site: Tarzana Treatment Centers, Inc.
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2019)

Location: Tarzana, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.tarzanatc.org/careers/internships/
TD Name and Contact Info: Mimi Curtis, Ph.D., mcurtis@tarzanatc.org, 818-654-3908
Submit applications to: mcurtis@tarzanatc.org
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, June 23, 2020 - 5:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, July 24, 2020 - 11:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 7/24/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Tarzana Treatment Centers is a Dual Diagnosis, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment facility that focuses on providing Integrated Behavioral Health Care. Our client population is extremely diverse, with presenting problems that include substance-related disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders (especially trauma-related), psychotic disorders, and personality disorders. Clients are referred from private insurance companies, the community, the court and prison systems, and psychiatric hospitals. Interns work in our Inpatient unit where they are responsible for conducting Initial Assessments (using the Addiction Severity Index) that include an in-depth drug and psychosocial history, a Mental Status Exam, formulating a DSM-V diagnosis and a written report of the findings. Clinical activities also include individual and group psychotherapy, crisis intervention and consultation. Supervision in Cognitive-Behavioral, Psychodynamic, Humanistic Psychotherapy, Group Psychotherapy, Crisis Intervention, Mindfulness and Psychological Emergency Assessments are core areas of the training program. Interns receive two hours of individual supervision weekly by licensed clinical psychologists, and receive four more hours of supervision and training on (1) individual psychotherapy, (2) group psychotherapy, (3) assessment & supervision, and (4) professional issues that address transitioning from the intern role to that of a psychologist. Also, interns attend a weekly 90 minute didactic training seminar on substance abuse and psychotherapeutic techniques that addresses a broad range of assessment, diagnostic, intervention, and ethical topics and issues. Additional training seminars and case conferences are also scheduled or available. Interns may be certified in 1-2 EBPs and have 8 hours of training in HIV/AIDS.



Site: Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System – Joint Ambulatory Care Center (JACC)
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2374)

Location: Pensacola, FL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.biloxi.va.gov/services/Psychology/Overview.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Daniel Proto, Ph.D., ABPP; Daniel.Proto2@va.gov
Submit applications to: Daniel.Proto2@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, July 24, 2020 - 11:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 7/24/20: ONE POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED AND ONE HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The Joint Ambulatory Care Center (JACC) of the Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System is pleased to announce that we will be recruiting to fill ONE (1) open internship position during the Post-Match Vacancy Service. Our site offers a full-time, one year generalist training experience. We are not presently APA-accredited, but we are an APPIC Member program. The anticipated annual stipend is just over $26,000. For additional information, interested applicants are encouraged to email Dr. Proto for an updated copy of or Training Brochure.

In addition to the required application materials, please submit via email to Daniel.Proto2@va.gov: three (3) standardized letters of reference, Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness from your Director of Clinical Training (DCT), your responses to the four APPI essay questions, and a copy of your graduate transcripts. Applicants must be attending an APA-accredited doctoral program in clinical or counseling psychology. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and all interviews will be conducted by telephone. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Proto directly.



Site: Appalachian Psychology Internship/Hopewell Health Centers, Inc.
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2304)

Location: Gallipolis, Ohio
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.hopewellhealth.org/internship.php
TD Name and Contact Info: Jennifer Lackey, Ph.D., Jennifer.lackey@hopewellhealth.org
Submit applications to: Jennifer.lackey@hopewellhealth.org
Date/Time Added: Saturday, March 28, 2020 - 1:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, July 4, 2020 - 3:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 7/4/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Appalachian Psychology Internship at Hopewell Health Centers is seeking to fill 1 remaining position for our APA accredited internship program during the 2020-2021 training year. The Appalachian Psychology Internship is housed within Hopewell Health Centers, Inc. a large integrative health care system in southeastern Ohio. The agency serves primarily a rural population. The internship emphasizes a generalist training program, and our interns have the opportunity to engage in a range of experiences during their internship year including individual outpatient therapy, group therapy, psychological assessment, crisis stabilization, and consultation with a large integrative care team. Interested applicants should email their AAPI Online application materials, including a writing sample of a de-identified psychological report, and cover letter to Jennifer.lackey@hopewellhealth.org.



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

Location: Philadelphia, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.immaculata.edu/academics/degrees-programs/clinical-psychology-psy-d-graduate-studies/psychology-internship-consortium/
TD Name and Contact Info: Catrina Vitagliano, PsyD (cvitagliano@immaculata.edu; 484-324-3464)
Submit applications to: cvitagliano@immaculata.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 4:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, July 4, 2020 - 3:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 7/4/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

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



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

Location: Alberta, Canada
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: N/A
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Kevin Wallace, 780-492-8963, kevin.wallace@ualberta.ca
Submit applications to: kevin.wallace@ualberta.ca
Date/Time Added: Friday, April 24, 2020 - 1:45 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, July 4, 2020 - 3:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 7/4/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

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



Site: Samaritan Health Services Psychology Internship
Accreditation: YES (APA, On Contingency)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2361)

Location: Corvallis, Oregon
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.samhealth.org/careers-education/graduate-medical-education/our-programs/psychology-internship-program
TD Name and Contact Info: Michael Herman, PsyD, mherman@samhealth.org, 503.804.8197
Submit applications to: mherman@samhealth.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 1:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, May 23, 2020 - 2:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, June 23, 2020 - 5:30 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 6/23/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

UPDATE 5/23/20: Search re-opened due to unanticipated vacancies. Please see the description below for more information.

The SHS Psychology Internship program has 2 unanticipated openings:

1. Medical/Health Track: 1 position
2. Neuropsychology Track: 1 position

In the Medical/Health Psychology track, at least two of the three major rotations during the training year consist of experiences emphasizing integration of mental and behavioral health services within primary care. Typically, a caseload will include each of: patients with a primary mental health diagnosis, patients with a primary medical diagnosis or condition, and a high level of comorbidity of both mental and behavioral health conditions.

In the Neuropsychology track, we abide by the Houston Conference Guidelines and have several ABPP boarded neuropsychologists practicing across the lifespan. In addition to outpatient work, we have innovative opportunities for training including access to integrated and co-located primary care neuropsychology, a telehealth outreach clinic, and sports concussion neuropsychology.

The SHS Internship is located in the beautiful Willamette Valley, our program is central to many Pacific Northwest attractions, from hiking/skiing in the cascades, boating/whale watching in the Pacific Ocean, fishing in numerous rivers and lakes, all while having access to Portland, Salem, and Eugene and none of that traffic. Our start date for the incoming class is July 20th, please contact Dr. Michael Herman for more information and please consider visiting our website in your consideration: https://www.samhealth.org/careers-education/graduate-medical-education/our-programs/psychology-internship-program



Site: The League Education and Treatment Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2483)

Location: Brooklyn, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.leaguecenter.org/predoctoral-psychology-internship/
TD Name and Contact Info: Sara Elnahal, Psy.D. - 718 498-2500 x149 - selnahal@leaguecenter.org
Submit applications to: selnahal@leaguecenter.org
Date/Time Added: Friday, April 3, 2020 - 11:45 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, June 23, 2020 - 5:30 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 6/23/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The League Education and Treatment Center now has one position available in the PMVS. The primary placement is in our therapeutic nursery school, with one day per week in our school age program. Interns gain training in a milieu setting, conducting individual and group therapy with extensive family and consultation work. All interested candidates, please email your application to Dr. Sara Elnahal at selnahal@leaguecenter.org including (1) a copy of your basic AAPI, (2) a cover letter, and (3) a copy of your curriculum vitae with Psychology Internship in subject line.



Site: Springfield Hospital Center
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1354)

Location: Sykesville, MD
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://health.maryland.gov/springfield/Documents/internship_brochure.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Lindsey Peterson, JD, PhD - 410-970-7143 - Lindsey.peterson@maryland.gov
Submit applications to: lindsey.peterson@maryland.gov
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 26, 2020 - 12:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, June 15, 2020 - 3:30 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 6/15/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Springfield Hospital Center has one internship position available. The internship is based on the Practitioner-Scholar model and is designed to prepare entry-level psychologists who practice ethically and with sensitivity to diversity. Rotations may include Acute Care, Recovery Program, Office of Forensic Services, and the Addiction, Co-Occurring, and Trauma Recovery Services Program. Interns also participate in providing individual therapy services through the Springfield Counseling Center, peer supervision of externs, and comprehensive psychological assessments. Our department provides cognitive remediation for patients, and interns have the opportunity to take part in the cognitive remediation lab. The internship employs diverse didactic training to complement the clinical work performed by the intern. While we offer a generalist training program, the majority of current admissions are patients with forensic involvement. Group therapy is a primary treatment modality in the hospital, and interns are expected to implement a group intervention of their choosing during their final rotation.

Please review our brochure for more information about our hospital and program. Applicants who meet our eligibility requirements can submit the following via email: 1) Basic AAPI, 2) Cover Letter (Please include any updates to your assessment, intervention, and supervision hours since the original application), 3) CV, 4) Three Standardized Reference Forms from psychologists, 5) the DCT’s Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness, and 6) Responses to the four AAPI essay questions. Phone interviews will be held.



Site: Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility
Accreditation: YES (APA, On Contingency)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2456)

Location: San Diego, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://cchcs.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/60/Careers/RJDPsychologyInternshipHandbook.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Kristin Francis - 619-653-8745 - kristin.francis@cdcr.ca.gov
Submit applications to: kristin.francis@cdcr.ca.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, June 15, 2020 - 3:30 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 6/15/20: SOME POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED AND SOME HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility Health Service Psychology Internship Program is excited to announce that we have 4 internship positions available in the Post Match Vacancy Service. Interested applicants should email application materials directly to the training director, Dr. Kristin Francis at kristin.francis@cdcr.ca.gov. Applicants are required to submit their basic APPI, CV, cover letter which should include updated hours of experience, Standardized Reference Form(s), DCT Verification of Readiness, Graduate Transcripts, and a Redacted Psychological Evaluation. Eligibility criteria includes a minimum of 600 intervention hours and 120 assessment hours by the start of internship. Please contact the training director with any questions about the internship program.



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

Location: Morris Plains, NJ
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.nj.gov/health/integratedhealth/hospitals/greystone/
TD Name and Contact Info: Jennifer Romei, PhD - Jennifer.Romei@doh.nj.gov
Submit applications to: Jennifer.Romei@doh.nj.gov
Date/Time Added: Thursday, May 7, 2020 - 2:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, June 1, 2020 - 10:15 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 6/1/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

GPPH has an opening to our APA accredited internship program. We serve adults with serious mental illness, dementia, developmental disabilities, substance abuse, trauma histories, and personality disorders utilizing group and individual psychotherapy. Interns are integrated into the multidisciplinary treatment teams as they rotate through three training rotations over the course of the year. Interns also spend one day per week at nearby Summit Oaks Hospital treating adolescents and adults on inpatient and outpatient substance abuse and psychiatric services. Please email Dr. Romei for a brochure or with any questions.



Site: Wright State University School of Professional Psychology
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1513)

Location: Dayton, Ohio
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://psychology.wright.edu/apa-internship
TD Name and Contact Info: Janeece Warfield, Psy.D., 937-775-4338, Janeece.warfield @wright.edu
Submit applications to: carol.smart@wright.edu copied to: janeece.warfield@wright.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, June 1, 2020 - 10:15 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 6/1/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Summit Behavioral Health Care (APPIC number#151320) has one position open and requires the regular APPI application along with a redacted treatment case summary and redacted psychological evaluation. The rotation at Summit Behavioral Healthcare will give you the opportunity to serve forensic, underprivileged and Severe Mentally Ill populations in a state hospital, inpatient setting. Across the training year you will experience increasing exposure and autonomy with acute, complex and high need cases through individual and group therapy, psychiatric assessments, and consultative interdisciplinary work. Postdoctoral training opportunities available.

Eastway Behavioral Health Care- Forensic Psychology Cneter for Western Ohio ( APPIC# 151321) has one position open and requires the regular APPI application along with a redacted treatment case summary and redacted psychological evaluation. The rotation at Eastway will give you the opportunity to engage in forensic assessments with juvenile and adult defendants who are charged with misdemeanor or felony-level offenses. Individual therapy with clients who are living with a severe and persistent mental illness.

For further information about this site refer to our brochure: https://psychology.wright.edu/sites/psychology.wright.edu/files/page/attachments/2020-2021%20Internship%20Brochure_FINAL_0.pdf



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

Location: Harlingen, TX
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.texasvalley.va.gov/VA_Texas_Valley_Coastal_Bend_Psychology_Internship_Program_two_column.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Jina Jensen, Psy.D., Jina.Jensen@va.gov
Submit applications to: Jina.Jensen@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 25, 2020 - 12:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, June 1, 2020 - 10:15 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 6/1/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

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




Site: Acclaim / John Peter Smith Health Network
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2468)

Location: Fort Worth, TX
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.jpshealthnet.org/sites/default/files/inline-files/acclaim_jps_doctoral_manual_12.4.18_final_12_10_18.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Alan B. Frol, PhD - personal cell: 214-335-9036 - work: 817.702.5344 - AFrol@jpshealth.org
Submit applications to: AFrol@jpshealth.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, May 23, 2020 - 2:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATE 5/23/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Acclaim / John Peter Smith Health Network has a primary focus on intern training and experience for psychological and neuropsychological assessment across both inpatient and outpatient settings in a large county hospital with a diverse and underserved population. A variety of referral questions include differential diagnosis of cognitive impairments (mild cognitive impairment, dementia), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, psychiatric disorders, personality disorders, and other issues including capacity for medical treatment decision-making, over reporting/feigning, and suicidal/violence risk assessment. Limited opportunity for brief psychotherapy experience is available. Applicants from psychology programs can submit their application by e-mailing the downloaded basic APPI online application materials as .pdf documents, cover letter of specific interests in our internship site, curriculum vita, and graduate transcripts to Interim Clinical Training Director at AFrol@jpshealth.org. Contact for further information: Dr Frol by e-mail (preferred) or work phone: 817.702.5344



Site: Utah Psychology Internship Consortium (UT-PIC)
Accreditation: YES (APA, on contingency)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2487)

Location: Richfield & St. George, Utah
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://ut-pic.org/
TD Name and Contact Info: Cathie Fox, Ph.D., cathie.fox@imail.org
Submit applications to: cathie.fox@imail.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 4:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, May 7, 2020 - 2:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, May 17, 2020 - 5:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATED 5/7/20: We are pleased to announce that UT-PIC has been awarded APA accreditation, on contingency status. We continue to accept applications for our position at Intermountain Sevier Valley Clinic, an integrated primary care site. The position at Southwest Behavioral Health Center has been filled.

UPDATE 5/17/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

UT-PIC (https://ut-pic.org/) has the following positions remaining for the Post Match Vacancy Service: Southwest Behavioral Health Center in St. George, UT and Intermountain Sevier Valley Clinic in Richfield, UT. UT-PIC is comprised of four agencies organized to provide a broad, high-quality and culturally-relevant training program to support the preparation and retention of doctoral­ level psychologists in Utah. We offer training sites in community mental health, integrated primary care, and a college counseling center, with a focus on rural and underserved populations. UT-PIC is happy to offer a $5,000 housing support for all interns in addition to the training stipend of $26,000. We are pleased to report we completed an APA site visit for accreditation in January 2020 and are awaiting a final decision. Be advised that the completion of a site visit does not guarantee accreditation.

Please submit your Basic AAPI, CV, cover letter, essays, 3 reference letters, and DCT “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness” form to Program Director Cathie Fox at cathie.fox@imail.org. Interviews will be held via videoconference. Please contact Program Director Cathie Fox, Ph.D. (cathie.fox@imail.org) or Program Consultant Daria Redmon, Psy.D. (dredmon@wiche.edu) with any questions.



Site: Jordan Valley Community Health Center
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Springfield, MO
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: https://www.jordanvalley.org/psychologyinternship
TD Name and Contact Info: nsummer@jordanvalley.org (417) 831-0150 ext. 1236
Submit applications to: nsummer@jordanvalley.org and banash@jordanvalley.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, May 17, 2020 - 5:00 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 5/17/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Jordan Valley Community Health Center’s Department of Behavioral Health Integration has submitted accreditation self-study to the American Psychological Association and a Provisional Membership application to APPIC. Please note that there are no guarantees that we will ultimately achieve APPIC membership or APA accreditation.

We have two 12-month internship positions characterized by a wide variety of clinical activities (individual therapy with children and/or adults, groups, psychological evaluations, and case consultation), supervision by licensed Psychologists, a wide array of didactics, opportunities to learn several evidence based therapies (PCIT, TF-CBT, CPT), among other educational experiences. If you have any questions or want additional information, please do not hesitate to contact our training director, Dr. Netti Summer at nsummer@jordanvalley.org or our Director of Behavioral Health, Dr. Barb Nash at banash@jordanvalley.org. Or visit our website: https://www.jordanvalley.org/psychologyinternship



Site: University of Vermont Medical Center
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2474)

Location: Burlington, VT
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.uvmhealth.org/medcenter/Pages/Departments-and-Programs/Psychology-Services.aspx#TabOne
Intern Handbook: https://www.uvmhealth.org/medcenter/Documents/Departments-and-Programs/Psychology-Internship-Manual.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Tara McCuin, PhD; Tara.McCuin@uvmhealth.org; 802-847-0873
Submit applications to: Tara.McCuin@uvmhealth.org
Date/Time Added: Friday, March 27, 2020 - 11:15 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, May 1, 2020 - 1:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, May 14, 2020 - 11:15 am Eastern Time

UPDATED 5/1/20: We’re pleased to announce that our internship has been awarded APA accreditation, as of April 5th, 2020. We’re continuing to recruit for our one unfilled intern position in Adult Medical Psychology.

UPDATE 5/14/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

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

Please see our web page and Intern Handbook for more specifics on what our training site has to offer.

The UVM Medical Center has one unfilled position in Adult Medical Psychology for our upcoming training year. To apply, in addition to sending your AAPI, cover letter, and CV, please send: (1) three letters of reference, (2) DCT’s verification of Internship eligibility and readiness, and (3) your answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI.



Site: Ball State University Counseling Center
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1297)

Location: Muncie, IN
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.bsu.edu/campuslife/counselingcenter/trainingprograms
TD Name and Contact Info: Brenda Karns, Ph.D., HSPP - bmkarns@bsu.edu
Submit applications to: bmkarns@bsu.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, May 7, 2020 - 2:15 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 5/1/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Ball State University Counseling Center is seeking to 1 internship position for the 2020-2021 training year. Please visit our website for information about our program. Interested applicants should submit the three documents required by APPIC along with copies of their personal essays as soon as possible. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt. All interviews will be scheduled online.



Site: University of Colorado Colorado Springs - Wellness Center Mental Health Services
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Colorado Springs, CO
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: https://www.uccs.edu/recwellness/mental-health-services/training
TD Name and Contact Info: Cathy Calvert, PsyD - ccalvert@uccs.edu
Submit applications to: ccalvert@uccs.edu
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, April 8, 2020 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, May 1, 2020 - 1:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATE 5/1/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) Wellness Center Mental Health Services (WCMHS) offers two Psychology Internship opportunities. Interns are given a stipend of $34,800 plus benefits. Here at UCCS we are leading the way in collegiate wellness by having Campus Recreation, Health Services, Mental Health Services, Nutrition Services, and Wellness Promotion together in the expanded Gallogly Recreation and Wellness Center. This innovative model provides integrated and collaborative services and programming to help enhance student’s health and wellness. We provide mental health services for a campus with traditional students, as well as commuter students. Additionally, because of our many military bases in the area we have a significant number of our students who are military affiliated, and we serve a number of veterans and their families. Psychology interns at WCMHS have the opportunity to provide individual, couple’s and/or family therapy. Interns will also facilitate groups that fit within their area of interest or provide expansion of current group offerings. As a part of the direct service hours, interns will carry out psychological evaluations to have the opportunity to learn to administer and interpret psychological test batteries. Interns will also learn the process of providing clinical supervision. The remaining time may be spent developing and presenting psychoeducational materials that are relevant and appropriate for the university campus community, in collaboration with the wellness promotion team.

Please apply with the following materials: a .pdf copy of your "basic" AAPI, a cover letter, tailored to our site, and a curriculum vita.



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

Location: Pittsburgh, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.cmu.edu/counseling/professional-training/pre-doctoral-psych-interns.html
TD Name and Contact Info: Michele Keffer, PhD - mkeffer@andrew.cmu.edu
Submit applications to: mannella@andrew.cmu.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 4:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, April 24, 2020 - 1:45am Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/24/20: ONE POSITION FILLED AND ONE HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Our training program is designed to allow the doctoral intern to experience a university counseling center at its full breadth. This includes intake evaluations, psychotherapy, crisis/triage counseling, consultation, and outreach programming. Additionally, other projects and clinical experiences may be available (i.e. an administrative research opportunity, co-facilitation of groups). The training program at CaPS is a member of APPIC, however, it is not APA accredited.

The training program is for a full calendar year (August 1st through July 31st ) and interns must be able to commit 37.5 hours a week to this training program (1750 hours total). During the academic year up to 45% of this time is in direct service; this will decrease during academic breaks and the summer months. CaPS will provide the following on a weekly basis: 2 hours of weekly individual supervision with the primary supervisor (additional supervision will be provided by the Outreach Coordinator and a member of the Triage team), 1 hour of psychotherapy didactic or case conference, 1 hour of professional development group, 1 hour of multicultural seminar, 1 hour of psychiatric rounds, and during the spring and summer semesters 1 hour of a trauma focused seminar. Attendance for psychiatric rounds and training activities (as previously described) is mandatory. All interns are based out of the counseling center but may spend time at other sites on campus (i.e. offering outreach programming). Services at the counseling center are provided primarily between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday; there may be additional opportunities for interns to provide clinical services and outreach activities after hours and on weekends.



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

Location: Flagstaff, Arizona
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://in.nau.edu/campus-health-services/training-overview/
TD Name and Contact Info: Christopher Margeson, Ph.D. - Christopher.margeson@nau.edu - 928-523-2261
Submit applications to: christopher.margeson@nau.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 8:45 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, April 24, 2020 - 1:45am Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/24/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

We just submitted our initial APA Self-Study for accreditation, but this does not guarantee APA accreditation.

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



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

Location: Marcy, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://omh.ny.gov/omhweb/facilities/cnpc/cnypc-internship.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Nichole L. Marioni, PhD, ABPP (Forensic); nichole.marioni@omh.ny.gov; 315-765-3656
Submit applications to: nichole.marioni@omh.ny.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, April 24, 2020 - 1:45am Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/24/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Central New York Psychiatric Center (CNYPC) announces one full-time, paid internship position from September 1, 2020 through August 31, 2021. CNYPC provides a full range of psychiatric services to persons incarcerated in the New York State and county correctional systems, individuals who are civilly confined for sex offender treatment, and persons in need of secure psychiatric hospitalization who are deemed at risk of imminent and serious harm to themselves or others. The aim of the Internship is to train ethical, competent, and culturally responsive psychologists for future clinical practice in varied settings, with an emphasis on provision of mental health services in forensic and correctional environments. The training is generalist in nature, albeit within a forensic context, such that the knowledge and skills acquired may be applied to a wide range of future clinical endeavors in private and public sector settings. Interns complete their major rotation in the forensic inpatient setting, with two supplemental rotations at nearby state prisons, Mid-State Correctional Facility (CF) and Marcy CF Residential Mental Health Unit. Interns may also choose to participate in an elective rotation in the on-site Sex Offender Treatment Program (SOTP).

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



Site: The Center for Psychological Services and Research at the University of Ottawa
Accreditation: YES (CPA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1827)

Location: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://socialsciences.uottawa.ca/psychology/centre-psychological-services-research/internship
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Sophie Lebel, C.Psych - slebel@uottawa.ca
Submit applications to: slebel@uottawa.ca
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 8:45 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, April 24, 2020 - 1:45am Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/24/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Center for Psychological Services and Research has one remaining position available to either doctoral candidates from the University of Ottawa clinical psychology program or external candidates. This is a bilingual position with a rotation in an external setting to be determined (182718). We strongly prefer candidates who are functionally bilingual in French and English. Please submit the following: a) basic APPI application; b) cover letter; c) CV; d) DCT's "Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness"; and e) graduate transcripts (unofficial copies will be accepted) to Dr. Sophie Lebel, Interns Coordinator at slebel@uottawa.ca.



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

Location: Indianapolis, IN
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.janepauleychc.org
TD Name and Contact Info: Sharon L. McNeany, Ph.D., 317.934.0760
Submit applications to: smcneany@janepauleychc.org
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, April 1, 2020 - 5:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 16, 2020 - 11:45 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/16/20: TWO POSITIONS FILLED AND TWO POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

I would like to announce 4 available positions for the 2020-2021 internship year with the Indiana Consortium’s Jane Pauley Community Health Center. Our internship program offers rotations in a school-based health center and Integrated Healthcare setting. Complete applications should include your AAPI, CV, cover letter, reference letters, and DCT Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness Form. Interested applicants may send application materials to smcneany@janepauleychc.org



Site: G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery VA Medical Center
Accreditation: YES (APA, On Contingency)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2407)

Location: Jackson, MS
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.psychologytraining.va.gov/jackson/
TD Name and Contact Info: Jeanne Gabriele, PhD, Jeanne.Gabriele@va.gov
Submit applications to: Jeanne.Gabriele@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 30, 2020 - 7:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 16, 2020 - 11:45 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/16/20: ONE POSITION FILLED AND ONE POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery VAMC Internship in Health Service Psychology is accepting applications. Our program has rotations in Addictive Disorders Treatment; Evidence-Based Behavioral Practice – Depression, Anxiety, and PTSD; Evidence-Based Behavioral Practice – Behavioral Medicine; Geriatric Mental Health; Mental Health Outpatient – Group Psychotherapy; Neuropsychology; and Trauma Recovery. Interested applicants can send their downloaded basic APPI information, cover letter, CV, answers to the four APPI essay questions, DCT Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness, graduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to Jeanne.Gabriele@va.gov.



Site: Iowa State University Student Counseling Services
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1245)

Location: Ames, Iowa
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.counseling.iastate.edu/training/apa-doctoral-internship/
TD Name and Contact Info: Christian Wimmer, Ph.D. / (515) 294-1314 / wimmer@iastate.edu
Submit applications to: wimmer@iastate.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 24, 2020 - 8:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, April 8, 2020 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/8/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Iowa State University Student Counseling Services has an opening for the 2020-2021 internship year. Our philosophy of training is grounded in the practitioner-scholar mode, emphasizing “learning by doing” while consulting empirical literature and conducting research in the clinical setting. We offer an interactive process-oriented learning experience coupled with training of up-to-date research and theory. Interns practice and develop the multiple roles of a counseling center psychologist including individual, couples, and group therapy, training and supervision, assessment, and outreach/consultation. We are primarily preparing interns for practitioner careers in counseling centers and private practice, and secondarily for faculty positions. To apply, please submit the required application items (copy of the basic AAPI, cover letter, and curriculum vita) along with the standardized reference forms, DCT’s verification of internship eligibility and readiness form, your answers to the four essay questions on AAPI, and your graduate transcripts.



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

Location: Boise, ID
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://idaho-pic.org/
TD Name and Contact Info: Susan Martin, PsyD, susan.martin@FMRIdaho.org
Submit applications to: susan.martin@FMRIdaho.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, April 8, 2020 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/8/20: SOME POSITIONS FILLED AND SOME POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

ID-PIC (https://idaho-pic.org/) is accepting applications for the following positions remaining for the Post Match Vacancy Service: Family Medicine Residency of Idaho; Boise State University Counseling Services; Idaho State University Family Medicine Residency/State Hospital South; and Pearl Health Clinic.

Please note that current psychology licensure rules in the state of Idaho do not require an APA-accredited internship program, meaning that applicants/interns wishing to practice in Idaho or in many other states may be license eligible.

Please submit your AAPI/Basic AAPI, CV, cover letter, essays, reference letters, and DCT “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness” form to Training Director Susan Martin, PsyD at susan.martin@FMRIdaho.org. Interviews will be held via videoconference. Applications will be accepted until October 31, 2020 . Please contact Program Director Susan Martin, PsyD or Program Consultant Bethany Rigles, PhD (brigles@wiche.edu) with any questions.



Site: Chillicothe VAMC
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2204)

Location: Chillicothe, OH
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.chillicothe.va.gov/Education/Psychology_Doctoral_Internship.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Co-directors of training: Stephen Owens; Stephen.owens@va.gov; 740-773-1141 x1514 and Jenna Plumb-Sisson; Jenna.Plumb-Sisson@va.gov; 740-773-1141 x 7979.
Submit applications to: Stephen.owens@va.gov or Jenna.Plumb-Sisson@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 4:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, April 7, 2020 - 1:45pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/7/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The Chillicothe VAMC Psychology Internship has a focus on rural psychology with an Appalachian Veteran population. Our goal is to prepare Interns for entry level or postdoctoral positions in the field of professional psychology with particular emphasis on practice, as it relates to both the public and private sector, rural medical and mental health settings. Our training program's philosophy for the education and training of doctoral psychology Interns is best characterized as a practitioner-scholar model. The psychology staff views the development of knowledge and skills related to evidence-based treatments as critical to competence in professional practice, and actively guide students through the process of incorporating evidence-based practices into their clinical work across rotations and through didactic experiences. Applicants should review our brochure which can be downloaded at the website listed above. Applicants who meet all of our eligibility requirements can submit the following via email: 1) a .pdf copy of their "basic" AAPI , 2) a cover letter, describing their specific interests in our program, 3) a curriculum vita, 4) Standardized Reference Forms (to be sent by the student or by her/his reference-writers), 5) DCT's "Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness" (to be sent by the student or by her/his DCT), 6) Answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI, and 7) Graduate Transcripts.



Site: Ancora Psychiatric Hospital
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1422)

Location: Hammonton, NJ
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: Website not functional at this time
TD Name and Contact Info: Monica Malone PsyD - 609-567-7322 - monica.malone@doh.nj.gov
Submit applications to: monica.malone@doh.nj.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, April 3, 2020 - 11:45pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/3/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Ancora Psychiatric Hospital has one internship position available. We are located in a rural setting 30 miles from Philadelphia and 30 miles from the Jersey shore. Our varied population of seriously mentally ill individuals, many with dual diagnoses, provides an excellent learning experience in both therapy and assessment. This is balanced with one day per week at an affiliated site and two days per month of presentations by experts in the field. Please submt your AAPI, resume, cover letter, reference forms, "Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness", essays, graduate transcripts and a redacted integrated assessment report, preferably including an intellectual measure and a Rorschach.



Site: Ottawa Carleton District School Board (OCDSB) Internship Program in School Psychology
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1877)

Location: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: We do not currently have a website, but applicants are encouraged to email Dr. Gillian Stanley at gillian.stanley@ocdsb.ca for information or our handbook
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Gillian Stanley, gillian.stanley@ocdsb.ca
Submit applications to: gillian.stanley@ocdsb.ca
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, April 3, 2020 - 11:45pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/3/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

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

The internship begins on August 24, 2020, and ends on June 25, 2021. Interns will be provided with a stipend of $30,000.00.

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

Please contact Dr. Gillian Stanley, Training Director, at gillian.stanley@ocdsb.ca for more information.



Site: Western Washington University (WWU) Counseling Center Internship
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2117)

Location: Bellingham, WA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://counseling.wwu.edu/prospective-trainees
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Ruby Casiano - (360) 650-3164 - ruby.casiano@wwu.edu
Submit applications to: ruby.casiano@wwu.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 1:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, April 3, 2020 - 11:45pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/3/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Western Washington University (WWU) Counseling Center has two doctoral internship positions at our center. We are a generalist training site that offers strong supervision with a developmental focus, an emphasis on a multicultural orientation, and opportunities for interns to become integral parts of the Counseling Center team. To apply to our site, please email Dr. Casiano (ruby.casiano@wwu.edu) your basic application (basic APPI, cover letter, and CV) as well as your standardized reference forms, DCT’s verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness, and your four essays.



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/great-lakes-current-sites
TD Name and Contact Info: Adam Andreassen, PsyD, aandreassen@psychologyinterns.org, 417-812-6495
Submit applications to: kdixon@psychologyinterns.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 4:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, April 1, 2020 - 5:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/1/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

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

• Bowen Center / Parkview Pediatric Clinic – 1 position (Integrated health care experience as a part of a grant).
• Centerstone Traditional – 1 position (Community Mental Health Center)
• Centerstone IHC – 1 position (Integrated health care experience as a part of a grant). Placement location would be the Cummins Engine Company LiveWell Clinic in Columbus, IN.

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

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

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



Site: Our Lady of the Lake
Accreditation: NO
APPIC Member: NO

Location: Baton Rouge, LA
Website: https://ololrmc.com/medical-education-and-training/psychology-internship/
TD Name and Contact Info: Glenn N. Jones, PhD, Training Director, GJones@LSUHSC.edu, 225-757-4212
Submit applications to: OLOLPsychologyInternshipProg@fmolhs.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, April 1, 2020 - 5:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 4/1/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

The OLOL Psychology Internship has two openings for the 2020-21 internship training year. We invite applicants interested in a program that builds competence in all the skills necessary for a general psychology practice while simultaneously focusing on the application of these skills in medical settings. Please feel free to contact Dr. Jones directly to request a copy of the current brochure. Please email the required .pdf of the “basic” AAPI application, cover letter and CV to the program email address below. In addition, it is strongly recommended that the applicant provide Graduate Transcripts, two letters of reference, and the DCT “Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness”. The DCT “Verification” is required before an offer can be made.



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

Location: Bakersfield, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://b289acfd-f20d-4c8f-9af7-8d9fba5412e8.filesusr.com/ugd/ae18ee_debc1e2b3b0941f1a2c0d892d1687695.pdf
TD Name and Contact Info: Joy Quiton-Buaya, Psy.D. - 661-868-7852 - jquiton@kernbhrs.org
Submit applications to: jquiton@kernbhrs.org and jhigginbottom@kernbhrs.org
Date/Time Added: Friday, March 27, 2020 - 11:15 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, March 30, 2020 - 7:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/30/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Kern Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Psychology Internship Program is accepting applications for one (1) internship position. The program located in Bakersfield, CA offers training in both Adult Forensic and Child, Youth & Family Psychology. We offer excellent training experiences, competitive stipend of $42,387 per year or $20.31 per hour, and healthcare coverage in an area of nearly 400,000 diverse residents, well-known for its low cost of living. Please see our internship brochure and contact Dr. Joy Quiton-Buaya if interested.



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

Location: Valhalla, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: N/A
Website: https://www.wihd.org/training/graduate-students-training-opportunities/psychology-training/
TD Name and Contact Info: Trupti Rao, Psy.D. - trao@wihd.org
Submit applications to: trao@wihd.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, March 30, 2020 - 7:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/30/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

WIHD is offering internships in its Child Welfare Program. Interns will have the opportunity to engage in a variety of assessment and trauma-focused therapeutic services related to children in the Westchester County foster care system.



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/central-current-sites
TD Name and Contact Info: Adam Andreassen, PsyD, aandreassen@psychologyinterns.org, 417-812-6495
Submit applications to: kdixon@psychologyinterns.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 4:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, March 30, 2020 - 7:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/30/20: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

National Psychology Training Consortium – Central Region still has 4 available positions in our APA-Accredited internship. These positions include:
• Royal Oaks Hospital – 2 positions (Inpatient psychiatric hospital).
• Compass Health - Wentzville – 1 position (Community mental health center)
• Compass Health / Royal Oaks Hospital Dual Track - Butler – 1 position (Dual placement between outpatient community mental health center and inpatient psychiatric hospital.)

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

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

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



Site: Missouri Health Sciences Psychology Consortium
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1388)

Location: Columbia, MO
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: http://www.columbiamo.va.gov/services/Behavioral_Health.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Andrew Darchuk, Ph.D. (Andrew.Darchuk@va.gov)
Submit applications to: Andrew.Darchuk@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, March 29, 2020 - 11:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/29/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The MHSPC has one available doctoral internship position in our VA Generalist track for the 2020-21 academic year. The intern placed in this position will receive broad training in the assessment and treatment of individuals with trauma-related disorders, substance use disorders, and serious mental illness, with an emphasis on evidence-based psychotherapies. Additionally, interns may pursue training opportunities from our clinical health and neuropsychology tracks to supplement their generalist training. Interested applicants should send a copy of their AAPI, CV, Cover Letter, and essays to Andrew.Darchuk@va.gov.



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

Location: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.uvic.ca/services/counselling/opportunities/internship/index.php
TD Name and Contact Info: Dr. Ai-Lan Chia, R. Psych., achia@uvic.ca
Submit applications to: Email applications to wilsonlj@uvic.ca AND achia@uvic.ca
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 1:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, March 28, 2020 - 1:00pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/28/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

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



Site: Columbus VA
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2341)

Location: Columbus VA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.columbus.va.gov/services/psychinternship.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Jennifer Finnerty, Psy.D, ABPP - Jennifer.Finnerty2@va.gov - (614)257-5861, Christopher Ray, Ph.D., ABPP - Christopher.Ray5@va.gov - (614) 388-7028
Submit applications to: Jennifer.Finnerty2@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 1:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 26, 2020 - 12:30pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/26/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Columbus VA welcomes applicants to their APA accredited internship that focuses on professional psychological training in interdisplinary team care, with a emphasis on evidence-based practices including psychotherapy and assessment. Applicants should submit an APPI, CV and graduate transcript with evidence of 500 doctoral clinical hours and 100 assessment hours to Drs. Finnerty and Ray.



Site: Grand Valley State University/University Counseling Center
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1358)

Location: Allendale, MI
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.gvsu.edu/counsel/about-the-doctoral-internship-program-63.htm
TD Name and Contact Info: Pam Miller, Ph.D., ABPP - (616) 331-3266 - millepam@gvsu.edu
Submit applications to: millepam@gvsu.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 1:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 26, 2020 - 12:30pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/26/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

GVSU Counseling Center is seeking to fill one internship position to complete our cohort of four. Our program is developmentally-based and designed to provide both support and challenge. Interns are actively involved in providing short and long-term individual and group psychotherapy for a wide variety of psychological problems/diagnoses, assessment, outreach programming, supervision, consultation, evaluation/research, and administrative functions. Interns will also receive specialty training and experience in crisis intervention. We have a strong staff commitment to diversity and all staff are invested and involved in our training program. Please visit our website for more detailed information.



Site: Southern Illinois University
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1253)

Location: Carbondale, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://shc.siu.edu/counseling/internship/
TD Name and Contact Info: Richard Scott, richscott@siu.edu, 618-453-5371
Submit applications to: richscott@siu.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 26, 2020 - 12:30pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/26/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Southern Illinois University is seeking to fill one internship position for the 2020-2021 academic year. Please visit our website (https://shc.siu.edu/counseling/internship/) to learn more about our internship training program. Interested candidates are encouraged to contact the Training Director, Richard Scott, as soon as possible.


Site: Utah State Hospital
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 1594)

Location: Provo, UT
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://ush.utah.gov/psychology-training/
TD Name and Contact Info: Amanda L. Rapacz, PsyD - arapacz@utah.gov - 801-822-9542
Submit applications to: All materials should be email to Melissa Brady at melissacook@utah.gov if additional support is needed with applying please call Melissa at 801-344-4276.
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, March 25, 2020 - 12:15pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/25/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Utah State Hospital is looking for a clinical psychology intern to join our team. As the only state hospital in Utah we serve individuals with severe and persistent mental illness who have not seen desired treatment gains in previous treatment settings. We are focused on evidence based treatments and comprehensive psychological assessments. We have a comprehensive DBT treatment program for both adults and pediatric patients with numerous supervisors intensively trained by Behavioral Tech. Additional opportunities for training in empirically supported treatments include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Compassion Focused Therapy, CBT for Psychosis, Recovery Oriented Cognitive Therapy, and Social Skills Training. Please check out our internship brochure for more information. Best of luck!

In addition to emailing your AAPI please include the following: Standardized Reference Forms (i.e. letter of recommendations), DCT's "Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness", Answers to the four essay questions on the AAPI, and Graduate Transcripts.



Site: Bath VA Medical Center
Accreditation: YES (APA)
APPIC Member: YES (Member # 2344)

Location: Bath, New York
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Website: https://www.bath.va.gov/about/Psychology_Internship_at_Bath_VA_Medical_Center.asp
TD Name and Contact Info: Carlie Phillips, Psy.D.; carlie.phillips@va.gov; 607-664-4305
Submit applications to: carlie.phillips@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:00am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, March 23, 2020 - 1:30pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/23/20: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The APA accredited internship at the Bath VA Medical Center has one open position for the 2020-2021 training year. We are a generalist program offering major rotations in general outpatient mental health and residential substance use, with minor rotation opportunities in PTSD, neuropsychology, home-based primary care (HBPC) and geriatrics (CLC). Additional training activities include psychology case conference and weekly didactics focused on evidence-based assessment and treatment, ethics, cultural diversity, and supervision competencies. Please submit your “basic” AAPI, cover letter, CV, essay responses, and DCT Verification and Eligibility and Readiness to Dr. Phillips at carlie.phillips@va.gov.