The APPIC Match: Phase II
Late-Breaking News from Internship Programs

LAST UPDATED: Tuesday, March 13, 2018 - 10:00 pm Eastern Time


This page provides "late-breaking" news and information from internship programs that are participating in Phase II of the Match. The most recent items will be added to the top of the list.  Announcements may include specific application requirements or eligibility criteria, information about positions that are no longer available (e.g., due to lost or reallocated funding), or information about new positions that just recently became available (e.g., due to new or stable funding) that may not yet be included in the list of available positions provided on the Match web site. Applicants should check back regularly beginning at noon Eastern Time on Saturday, February 24, 2018 for new postings.

IMPORTANT NOTE: As in Phase I, some sites that participate in Phase II of the APPIC Match are not accredited and/or are not APPIC Members. Applicants should refer to the List of Participating Internships for Phase II on the NMS Match web site for information about each participating site's accreditation and APPIC membership status.

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Site Name: Center for Anxiety
Site Number: 2471
Training Director Name: Ariel Campbell, PsyD
Training Director Contact: acampbell@centerforanxiety.org, 646-837-5557
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 13 - 10:00 pm Eastern

The Center for Anxiety would like to announce significant updates that have recently been made to our internship site that interested applicants should be made aware of including: 1. The addition of a new program for Phase II of the Match, and 2. Modifications made to our existing program (including program name and number of available positions). Previously, our internship was made up of one program that encompassed both our Brooklyn and Rockland County locations. However for Phase II of the Match, the Center for Anxiety has decided to split up our Brooklyn and Rockland County sites into two different programs in order to give applicants the opportunity to apply to and rank each site separately. See below for information regarding these recent changes.

The Center for Anxiety’s Brooklyn site is now listed by NMS as follows:
     - Program Name: Psychology Internship – Brooklyn
     - Program Code Number: 247111
     - Available Positions for Phase II: 2

The Center for Anxiety’s Rockland County site is now listed by NMS as follows:
     - Program Name: Psychology Internship – Rockland County
     - Program Code Number: 247112
     - Available Positions for Phase II: 3

The Center for Anxiety will continue to accept applications through Friday, March 16 (until 11:59pm Eastern Time) and will be holding interviews until Monday, March 19 at 5pm (Eastern Time).



Site Name: Frostburg State University Psychology Internship
Site Number: 2311
Training Director Name: Dr. Kevin Simonson
Training Director Contact: 301-687-4081 – probison@frostburg.edu
Date/Time Added: Saturday, March 10 - 10:00 pm Eastern

The Frostburg State University Psychology Internship program would like to announce that we are extending our Phase II application deadline to March 17, 2018 at NOON Eastern Time. We have two positions available and are pleased to announce that the stipend has been increased from $19,000 to $23,000. Please note the updated contact information for this extension of the Phase II application process. Interviews with applicants will occur by phone or Skype.



Site Name: Jamaica Hospital Medical Center
Site Number: 2434
Training Director Name: Pravina Nair, PsyD
Training Director Contact: 718-206-7344 - pnair@jhmc.org
Date/Time Added: Friday, March 9 - 1:40 pm Eastern

Jamaica Hospital Medical Center will be extending our deadline to Tuesday, March 13th at 12:00 pm EST. Our hospital which is located in NYC has four full-time paid positions available with rotations in inpatient unit, outpatient community mental health clinic, consultation/liaison services, and comprehensive psychiatric emergency program. We provide opportunities for interns to work with both children and adults . The position pays $25,000 with fringe and benefits. For more details, please check our brochure available at https://jamaicahospital.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/PSYCHOLOGY-INTERNSHIP-BROCHURE-2017-2018.pdf. We will be conducting video or phone interviews.



Site Name: Atlanta VA Medical Center
Site Number: 1235
Training Director Name: Andrea Michels and Evelyn Lemoine
Training Director Contact: andrea.michels@va.gov; evelyn.lemoine@va.gov; (404) 321-6111, ext. 4234 or 6027
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 5 - 2:30 pm Eastern

The Atlanta VA Medical Center has just been allocated one additional intern position for 2018-2019. Applications will be accepted until 12:00pm EST on Friday, March 9th, 2018. Please see our online brochure, available through the APPIC Directory or at https://www.atlanta.va.gov/careers/Psychology_Training.asp.



Site Name: Erie VA Medical Center
Site Number: 2466
Training Director Name: Kelly R. Gerhardstein, PsyD
Training Director Contact: Kelly.gerhardstein@va.gov; 814-860-2318
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 5 - 2:30 pm Eastern

STILL ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS!! The Erie VA Medical Center has two (2) pre-doctoral internship positions available in Phase II. We are a newly funded program for this academic year, and not APA-accredited, but individuals who complete a VA internship ARE ELIGIBLE for employment and post-doctoral training at VA facilities nationwide. Our stipend was increased after our brochure was published to the website ( https://www.psychologytraining.va.gov/Erie/index.asp ). The stipend for our program is $26,166 for the 2018-2019 academic year.



Site Name: Devereux Massachusetts
Site Number: 1947
Training Director Name: Ashley Warhol, Psy.D.
Training Director Contact: awarhol@devereux.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 5 - 2:30 pm Eastern

Devereux Massachusetts has extended their Phase II application deadline date to Friday, March 9th 2018 at 11:59pm. Our APA self-study was submitted for review in November 2017. Please be advised that although the application was submitted, there is no assurance that we will achieve accreditation.



Site Name: Eastern Oklahoma VA Healthcare System
Site Number: 2426
Training Director Name: Patricia Byrd, Ph.D.
Training Director Contact: Patricia.Byrd@va.gov - 918-610-2051
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 5 - 2:30 pm Eastern

Website: http://www.muskogee.va.gov/services/Doctoral_Psychology_Internship_Program.asp

Eastern OK VA Healthcare System (EOVAHCS) located in Tulsa and Muskogee Oklahoma has extended our deadline for applications to COB on Thursday 3/8. We are seeking to fill four internship positions for the 2018 – 2019 internship year with training opportunities at the Community Based Outpatient Clinic in Tulsa and the VA Medical Center in Muskogee. We are not yet APA accredited as this will be our first training year; however, if you have an interest in a VA career, completing a VA internship will enable you to be eligible for future VA employment. We have 16 psychologists serving as supervisors in the program and 11 rotations to choose from for the training year including a Neuropsychological Testing Rotation! Interns will have the unique opportunity to be trained and supervised by VA National consultants in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression (CBT-D) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I). This will give interns the opportunity to fulfill the training requirements to be ‘grandfathered’ in to receiving VA provider status in CBT-D and CBT-I once they are licensed if they decide to continue their career with the VA. In addition, we offer unique opportunities for working with rural and Native American Veterans.



Site Name: Rochester Institute of Technology
Site Number: 2391
Training Director Name: Dr. Caroline Easton
Training Director Contact: caroline.easton@rit.edu , 585-475-4065
Date/Time Added: Friday, March 2 - 4:30 am Eastern

We would like to inform applicants that RIT's Priority Psychology Internship Program has 3 available FT positions and training rotations at an APA accredited training site w/contingency. Each rotation provides $26,000 plus fringe and benefits.

The following FT rotations are available: 1 new FT rotation @ CCSI providing trauma-informed care initiatives to community programs, administering psychological testing and evidenced based care to children at School 17 and/or nearby programs; 1 FT rotation @ Rochester Regional Health providing assessment and treatment to adult clients with Serious and Persistent Mental Illness and Substance Dependency Disorders and; 1 FT rotation @ Hillside Family of Agencies in which interns will work directly with youth and families who have experienced complex and inter-generational trauma. Interns will provide Dialectical behavioral therapy and trauma focused CBT to children and their families. Applicants from clinical psychology, school and counseling programs are welcomed.

Additionally, we are extending our application deadline due to the number of individuals to be considered for our 2018-2019 internship program. Application materials must be received by Noon on March 8th. For more information, please visit our website@ https://www.rit.edu/healthsciences/graduate-programs/clinical-psychology-internship/overview or contact Dr. Caroline Easton.



Site Name: Nebraska Mental Health Centers
Site Number: 1781
Training Director Name: Lisa Logsden, Psy. D.
Training Director Contact: llogsden@nmhc-clinics.com
Date/Time Added: Friday, March 2 - 4:30 am Eastern

To ensure that all prospective interns have had an opportunity for consideration, Nebraska Mental Health Center’s Internship Program will be extending out the Phase II application deadline to midnight March 11th, 2018. Interviews will be scheduled the week following the application deadline.

Our self-study was submitted to APA for review in November 2017. Please be advised that there is no assurance that we will be able to successfully achieve accreditation.



Site Name: Manchester VAMC
Site Number: 2431
Training Director Name: Sherry Thrasher, Psy.D.
Training Director Contact: 603-624-4366 x2858
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 1 - 5:00 pm Eastern

Date/Time Updated: Friday, March 2 - 4:30 am Eastern (Added new application deadline)

Manchester VAMC (Manchester NH) would like to announce one open position for the 2018-2019 training year. Rotations are available in primary care/mental health, mental health, psychological assessment, and neuropsychological assessment. We are a not yet accredited program although in accordance with VA psychology qualification standards, interns who successfully complete an internship at the VA, even if the program is not yet accredited, ARE eligible for VA postdoctoral fellowships and/or VA employment. For more information on our program please visit: https://www.manchester.va.gov/documents/Manchester_psych_intern-brochure.pdf or contact the training director. Our application deadline has been extended to March 9.



Site Name: Wright State University School of Professional Psychology’s Internship Program
Site Number: 1513
Training Director Name: Janeece Warfield Psy.D.
Training Director Contact: janeece.warfield@wright.edu
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 1 - 5:00 pm Eastern

The Wright State University School of Professional Psychology’s Internship Program is pleased to announce that they are extending the application deadline for Phase II for Summit Behavioral Health Care, until March 8, 2018, until 5 pm EST. Please note the deadline exception is ONLY for Summit Behavioral Health Center and we will only continue to accept applications for that track. The external rotation, Summit Behavioral Health Center (has one open position). Summit Behavioral Health Center is the largest public state psychiatric hospital in Ohio. Interns are engaged in individual and group psychotherapy, milieu therapy, psychological assessments, multidisciplinary treatment team meetings, case conference, group supervision, and other clinical and administrative activities.



Site Name: Central Texas Internship in Clinical and Forensic Psychology
Site Number: 1924
Training Director Name: Nicolas Carrasco, Ph.D.
Training Director Contact: 512-446-3930 x 501 - 512-845-7105 - ncarrasco@rrjjc.com - dr.nick.carrasco@gmail.com
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 1 - 5:00 pm Eastern

The Central Texas Internship in Clinical and Forensic Psychology would like to announce that we are extending our Phase II application deadline to March 12, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. We have three positions available.



Site Name: Wake Forest University Counseling Center
Site Number: 2451
Training Director Name: Christine Love Sterk, Ph.D., HSP-P
Training Director Contact: 336-758-5273; lovecd@wfu.edu
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 1 - 5:00 pm Eastern

The Wake Forest University Counseling Center Internship Program is excited to announce that we have submitted our self study for APA accreditation, on contingency. Please be advised that there is no assurance that we will successfully achieve accreditation during the first year of the internship program.

The WFUCC has two internship positions available for the 2018-2019 training year. Each position earns a stipend of $32,000 for the year and full University benefits. Interns have the opportunity to work with a diverse, multidisciplinary team to support college student mental health and well-being through various forms of outreach/prevention and intervention. Interns also have the opportunity to provide supervision to master's counseling interns or doctoral practicum trainees. For more information about our internship program visit: http://counselingcenter.wfu.edu/training-program/psychology-internship Our application deadline for Phase II is Monday, March 5th at 12:00 noon EST.



Site Name: Utah State University Counseling and Psychological Services
Site Number: 1592
Training Director Name: Eri Suzuki Bentley
Training Director Contact: 435-797-1012, Eri.bentley@usu.edu
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 1 - 5:00 pm Eastern

USU CAPS is extending our application submission deadline to 12pm eastern on Saturday, March 3rd. We offer a wide variety of training experiences including assessment, group therapy and supervision. We also offer a unique diversity opportunity for working with students who have strong religious and spiritual identities. http://counseling.usu.edu/internship_program/index



Site Name: Liberty Healthcare
Site Number: 2040
Training Director Name: John R. Reid, Ph.D.
Training Director Contact: john.r.reid@illinois.gov
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 1 - 5:00 pm Eastern

Liberty Healthcare is extending the application deadline for Match II to close of business on March 12, 2018. Also, the stipend has been increased from $40,000 to $45,000. If you have question please contact John R. Reid, Ph.D. (john.r.reid@illinois.gov)



Site Name: Community Service, Inc.
Site Number: 2055
Training Director Name: Mark Gapen, Ph.D.
Training Director Contact: Mark.Gapen@communityserv.com - 413-739-5572 x13
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 1 - 5:00 pm Eastern

CSI has 5 internship positions available in our Springfield, MA clinic. We will continue to be accepting applications for Phase II of the match until at least March 19th. We are a full service, outpatient mental health clinic in Springfield, MA. We serve exclusively MassHealth clients, with a specialty in treatment of individuals from Puerto Rico. We train interns to be specialists in trauma-informed care with an emphasis on innovative, evidence-based techniques. In addition to the stipend, interns receive full training and supervision to become Board Certified neurofeedback practitioners. Finally, we are fully committed to obtaining APA accreditation, and our site visit is schedule for March 5-6th.

Website: www.communityserv.com
Brochure: http://communityserv.com/wp-content/uploads/CSI_PsychologyPreDocInternshipBrochure_Current_9.7.16.docx



Site Name: Southwest Virginia Psychology Doctoral Internship Consortium
Site Number: 2231
Training Director Name: James Werth, Jr., PhD, ABPP
Training Director Contact: 276-870-3008; jwerth@stonemtn.org
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, February 27 - 12:20 pm Eastern

For Phase II of the Match, we are pleased to offer 3 positions in our APA-accredited consortium: 1 at Radford University Student Counseling Services and 2 at Stone Mountain Health Services. The Radford University intern will be providing services to students enrolled at a mid-sized university. The Stone Mountain interns will be providing integrated care and assessment at a Federally Qualified Health Center. More information can be found at https://swvapsychinternshipconsortium.weebly.com/index.html Although the Consortium gave preference to Radford University PsyD students in Phase I, no preference is given in Phase II so we encourage students from ALL doctoral programs eligible to participate in the Match.



Site Name: Hamilton Health Sciences – Regional Rehabilitation Centre (Neuropsychology)
Site Number: 1867
Training Director Name: Dr. Kathy Smolewska, C.Psych.
Training Director Contact: 905-521-2100, ext. 46872
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, February 27 - 12:15 pm Eastern

In addition to all of our adult rotations, our program will be able to offer both minor and major rotations in pediatric neuropsychology for the 2018-2019 training year.



Site Name: Wichita Collaborative Psychology Internship Program (WCPIP)
Site Number: 1308
Training Director Name: Amy Barfield, Ph.D.
Training Director Contact: 316-978-3440 - amy.barfield@wichita.edu
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, February 27 - 12:15 pm Eastern

Wichita Collaborative Psychology Internship Program (WCPIP) would like to announce that funding has been increased from $22,220 to $24,000 at the Wichita State University Counseling & Testing Center primary site. We are also allowing applications to more than one site within the consortium. Any questions about these changes can be directed to the WCPIP Training Director Amy Barfield, Ph.D. at amy.barfield@wichita.edu



Site Name: Healthy Minds
Site Number: 2475
Training Director Name: David Brownstein, Psy.D.
Training Director Contact: (702) 983-3235; david.brownstein@healthymindslv.com
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, February 27 - 1:15 am Eastern (Added link to brochure and web site)

Website: http://www.healthymindslv.com/
Program brochure: https://tyrant.s3.amazonaws.com/Clients/Healthy%20Minds/HMPI_program_description__brochure_.pdf

We are excited to announce two Doctoral Psychology Internship positions for the 2018-2019 training year in lovely Las Vegas NV! Join our dynamic team of mental health professionals including psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists, and clinical professional counselors (also known as mental health counselors). Ideal applicants will have an interest in working with children and families in foster care, many of whom have histories of neglect and/or physical, emotional, and sexual abuse. However, any applicant with a passion for learning, growth, and development toward being an independently functioning psychologist is welcome to apply. Our Healthy minds values are Integrity, Flexibility, Empathy, and Excellence, and those values permeate all aspects of the work we do. Please visit our website at healthymindslv.com for more information about Healthy Minds. Please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Brownstein with any questions or for additional information.



Site Name: McGuire (Richmond) VA Medical Center
Site Number: 2069
Training Director Name: Thomas A. Campbell, Ph.D., ABPP-RP
Training Director Contact: 804-675-5000; Thomas.Campbell4@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, February 27 - 1:15 am Eastern

The McGuire (Richmond) VA Medical Center will not be offering any positions for Phase II of the match process.



Site Name: Toronto Area Internship Consortium
Site Number: 1863
Training Director Name: Debby Zweig Ph.D, C.Psych.
Training Director Contact: 416 978-1964 - debby.zweig@utoronto.ca
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, February 27 - 1:15 am Eastern

The Toronto Area Internship Consortium has decided to remove the two remaining positions in the School-Clinical Track from Phase two of the match for the 2018-19 internship year due to staffing changes. We will not be accepting applications and will not fill these positions.



Site Name: Northwest Suburban Internship Consortium (NSIC)
Site Number: 2200
Training Director Name: Annmarie Belmonte Psy.D.
Training Director Contact: 847-969-4945 (office), 847-971-6941 (cell), abelmonte@argosy.edu
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, February 27 - 1:15 am Eastern

The Northwest Suburban Internship Consortium regrets to inform you that they are unable to offer internship placements for the 2018/2019 training year.



Site Name: Gulf Coast Veterans Healthcare System - Biloxi
Site Number: 1401
Training Director Name: Shannon Fussell, Ph.D.
Training Director Contact: (228) 523-5045 - shannon.fussell@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, February 27 - 1:15 am Eastern

Gulf Coast VA – Biloxi wishes to clarify that applicants to Phase II will NOT be expected to submit a fourth recommendation. Applications including three recommendations will be considered complete.



Site Name: Illinois School Psychology Internship Consortium
Site Number: 1132
Training Director Name: Brenda J. Huber, PhD, ABPP
Training Director Contact: bjhuber@ilstu.edu
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, February 27 - 1:15 am Eastern

ISPIC, an APA accredited consortium, has a total of SEVEN positions available for school psychology applicants. In addition to positions remaining from Phase I (located in trauma treatment program, pediatric primary care, residential program for sexually reactive youth, rural special education cooperative, two school districts in northern Chicago suburbs), we are now recruiting for an early childhood/elementary position at LaGrange Area Department of Special Education. Our website listed this site as inactive until today, but this has been rectified. Please visit psychology.illinoisstate.edu/ispic to learn more about the internship opportunities and our diversity plan.



Site Name: Karen Horney Clinic
Site Number: 1470
Training Director Name: Craig Fuller, Ph.D.
Training Director Contact: 212-828-4333 x159; cfuller@karenhorneyclinic.org
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, February 27 - 1:15 am Eastern

We are pleased to have returned to internship training and have at least 6 internship positions available for interns interested in psychodynamic and psychoanalytic psychotherapy in a diverse outpatient not-for-profit mental health clinic located in New York City. Upon graduation, interns will get priority consideration for our post-doctoral fellowship, allowing for the accumulation of licensure hours. Applicants may also audit courses for free at the American Institute for Psychoanalysis. A stipend of $23,000 will be provided. We will extend our application deadline until at least March 19th. More information can be found on our website: http://www.karenhorneyclinic.org/education-training/



Site Name: Halifax Clinical Psychology Internship Program
Site Number: 1823
Training Director Name: Dr. Jacquie Cohen
Training Director Contact: Jacquie.cohen@nshealth.ca; 902-464-6093
Date/Time Added: Monday, February 26 - 2:00 pm Eastern

One of our four internship positions remains unfilled after Phase I. While this position was originally designated for Neuropsychology, we would welcome applications for either Health Psychology or Neuropsychology. Rotations are available in a range of areas of Neuropsychology (assuming the necessary prerequisites) and/or Health Psychology. Minor rotations in specialty and community-based Mental Health and Addictions services are also available.

A full description of our program and rotations can be found at http://www.nshealth.ca/residencies-and-internships



Site Name: Ontario Shores
Site Number: 1859
Training Director Name: Dr. Susan Vettor
Training Director Contact: (905) 668-5881 x6142 – vettors@ontarioshores.ca
Date/Time Added: Monday, February 26 - 10:35 am Eastern

We have one internship position that remains unfilled. This position will include concurrent rotations in Forensic Outpatients and the Traumatic Stress Clinic. Please be aware that interns who are not specifically interested in forensics, that specific rotation can have a clinical focus as opposed to forensic focus.

A full description of the rotations can be found at:
https://www.ontarioshores.ca/cms/one.aspx?portalId=169&pageId=443



Site Name: Ohio Psychology Internship
Site Number: 1500
Training Director Name: Deborah R. Walsh, Ph.D.
Training Director Contact: Email to program secretary at cankney@summit-psychological.com
Date/Time Added: Sunday, February 25 - 11:00 pm Eastern

The Ohio Psychology Internship is pleased to announce that we have been able to raise the internship stipend for the 2018-2019 training year to $22,000. This update has been placed in the directory for the program and on the website.



Site Name: Tennessee Internship Consortium in Psychology
Site Number: 1556
Training Director Name: Brian Wilhoit
Training Director Contact: bwilhoit@utk.edu - 865-974-6395
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:40 pm Eastern

We are an APA accredited internship site (for school psychology only) with our office located in Loudon, Tennessee. It may not be evident, but Loudon is located in the metro-Knoxville area, with all of our internship placements located in the metro-Knoxville area.



Site Name: VA Nebraska-Western Iowa HCS
Site Number: 2217
Training Director Name: A. Jocelyn Ritchie, JD PhD
Training Director Contact: jocelyn.ritchie@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:40 pm Eastern

VA-NWI has 4 Match II openings in our current training tracks:
      3 open: Track 221713 - "NWI - Rotation Based - Grand Island VA"
      1 open: Track 221714 - "NWI - Rotation Based - Lincoln VA"
And 1 opening in a new training track based at the Omaha VA Medical Center:
      1 open: Track 221711 - "NWI - Rotation Based - Rural Outpt Emphasis Omaha"

The newly funded Omaha VAMC opening is not yet updated in our brochure and briefly described below. A single Intern will be placed in this setting, with one primary supervisor, Dr. Ronn Johnson ABPP with whom he or she will develop an individualized training plan to include additional supervisors and experiences across the array of offerings. A core experience will be a year-long outpatient General Mental Health (GMH) experience with Dr. Johnson 16 hours per week doing individual and group outpatient therapy with a wide variety of disorders including non-military PTDS, depression, etc, as well as telemental health to rural Veterans when deemed ready. Training related to military-related PTSD will include formal training in CPT for PTSD in the first half of the year (2 days face-to-face and 6 months of weekly consultation calls through regional VA trainers from the Minneapolis VA) leading to eligibility for VA certification in CPT upon licensure, with CPT cases supervised through the Omaha VAMC PTSD/PCT specialty clinic. In the second half of the year, the Intern will travel (in VA station cars) to Lincoln and/or Grand Island for primary care setting experience up to 8 hours per week including Pain Clinic and CBT-insomnia. Provided core expectations are being met, the individualized training plan can add other elective hours such as inpatient, substance abuse and other training experiences. All Interns participate in the year-long Assessment Clinic and come together as a whole for group supervision, weekly didactics, and peer supervision, connected through V-tel as well as meeting face-to-face as an entire class almost monthly across the training year.

For more information, please review our brochure and contact Dr. Ritchie for additional questions. http://www.nebraska.va.gov/nemprov/Student_Training_Information/Psychology_Internship.asp



Site Name: UC Davis Medical Center-CAARE Center
Site Number: 1771
Training Director Name: Dr. Dawn Blacker
Training Director Contact: dmblacker@ucdavis.edu; (916) 732-8971
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

The University of California, Davis CAARE Center Clinical Psychology Training Program offers a one-year predoctoral internship opportunity for students who have attended APA-accredited clinical or counseling psychology programs. There are 3 positions available for the CAARE Center Only Track. Intern applicants with an interest in the areas of child maltreatment, trauma and empirically-based treatments are strongly encouraged to apply.



Site Name: Waterloo Region Psychology Consortium
Site Number: 1866
Training Director Name: Dr. Karen MacLeod
Training Director Contact: kmacleod@lutherwood.ca , Phone: 519-884-1470 x2287
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Waterloo Region Psychology Consortium would like to announce two staffing updates since the dissemination of our Residency Guide. The Centre for Mental Health Research (CMHR) site is now under the directorship of Dr. Marjory Phillips. The CMHR rotation in the adult track of our consortium offers the opportunity to work in the Operational Stress Injury Clinic, completing assessments with individuals who have served in the Canadian Forces or RCMP and are experiencing trauma, mood, or other mental health issues. The CMHR also offers specialized focus on gaining training and experience in providing supervision, as well as in program evaluation and applied research, in addition to opportunities to provide assessment, individual intervention, and group therapy to adults with complex mental health issues.

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



Site Name: High Plains Psychology Internship Consortium (High Plains PIC)
Site Number: 2406
Training Director Name: Robyn S. Hess, PhD, ABPP
Training Director Contact: robyn.hess@unco.edu - 970-351-1636
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

The training committee of the High Plains PIC Training Committee is pleased to announce that our consortium has recently become an APPIC member site. Furthermore, we will have positions open for Match II due to additional external funding. One intern will be placed at the Colorado Center for Assessment and Counseling in Fort Collins, CO and one will have the opportunity for a combined placement in Options in Psychology in Scottsbluff, NE with a rotation at Western Nebraska Behavioral Health. We are especially interested in those who are dedicated to serving youth in rural communities. Our website can be found at www.highplains-pic.org



Site Name: South Shore Mental Health Inc.
Site Number: 1336
Training Director Name: Dr. Bruce Roberts
Training Director Contact: 617-847-1911, broberts@ssmh.org
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

We will tailor the outpatient clinical caseload at our primary placement (a community mental health center) to meet the learning goals of the applicant with whom we match. We offer an opportunity to gain outpatient experience with individual children, adolescents, and/or adults, as well as couples and families. The secondary placement for this track will remain in-home family therapy and parent coaching with a co-therapist. Previous family therapy experience is not required.



Site Name: Center for Anxiety
Site Number: 2471
Training Director Name: Ariel Campbell, PsyD
Training Director Contact: acampbell@centerforanxiety.org, 646-837-5557
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

The Center for Anxiety has extended our application and interview deadlines for Phase II. The application deadline has been extended to March 12, 2018 (applications must be received by midnight Eastern time). The interview deadline has been extended to March 16, 2018 (all interviews will be completed by midnight Eastern time). In accordance with APPIC guidelines, the Center for Anxiety will begin reviewing application materials and contacting applicants with interview offers starting March 1, 2018. Applications submitted between March 1 and March 12 will be reviewed in the order they are received and qualified applicants will be contacted accordingly.



Site Name: Ann Martin Center
Site Number: 2331
Training Director Name: Katherine Eng, PhD
Training Director Contact: (510) 655.7880; keng@annmartin.org
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

For Phase II, Ann Martin Center will only be considering applicants from the Wright Institute.



Site Name: Northeastern Oklahoma Internship Consortium - Laureate Psychiatric Clinic and Hospital
Site Number: 1521
Training Director Name: Richard Walton, PhD
Training Director Contact: (918) 779-7637 - drw@tc4cp.com
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

The Northeastern Oklahoma Psychology Internship Program (NOPIP) is pleased to announce that Laureate Psychiatric Clinic and Hospital has expanded their position, providing a full time opportunity for applicants to gain inpatient experience with adults. At Laureate, our Psychology Interns are considered valuable members of the multi-disciplinary team. The intern will provide psychosocial assessments; individual, group and family therapy; psychological testing; treatment planning; and assistance with program development. There may also be opportunities to supervise doctoral level students. We are pleased to offer a salary of $24,000.



Site Name: VA North Texas Health Care System
Site Number: 1573
Training Director Name: Jamylah Jackson, Ph.D., ABPP
Training Director Contact: 214-857-3601, JamylahK.Jackson@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

VA North Texas Health Care System is currently accepting applications for a Neuropsychology Track position in the Phase II process. This position will join our two previously matched Neuropsychology interns for the 2018-2019 training year.

Training in the Neuropsychology track includes the following rotations (not necessarily in the sequence listed): (1) Neuropsychology Consult, (2) Mental Health Silver Team, (3) a rotation chosen from the Community Living Center (CLC), or the Spinal Cord Injury Center, and (4) a more psychotherapeutically, general mental health-oriented fourth rotation such as a Mental Health Team (Trauma, Diamond, or Gold Teams) rotation completing the training year. This track meets Division 40/ Houston Conference guidelines for training in Neuropsychology. For additional information on this training opportunity please view the brochure on our website: https://www.northtexas.va.gov/psychology/



Site Name: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
Site Number: 1832
Training Director Name: Dr. Niki Fitzgerald
Training Director Contact: 416.535.8501 ext 77333, niki.fitzgerald@camh.ca
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Rotations available include Work, Stress and Health; Integrated Day Treatment; Complex Care and Recovery (neuropsych and CBT combo only). Please list the rotations you’re interested in from most to least to assist with the interview scheduling. See full descriptions in brochure at http://www.camh.ca/en/hospital/careers_and_volunteers/student_placements/CAMH_care_providers_overview/Pages/carerproviders_psychology.aspx



Site Name: Bexar County Juvenile Probation Department-MHAT Unit (BCJPD-MHAT)
Site Number: 1946
Training Director Name: Mary Collins, Psy.D.
Training Director Contact: 210-335-7732; Mary.Collins@Bexar.Org (email is preferred)
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Due to potential changes to the arrangement of our rotations and in order to ensure the full training experience to incoming interns, Bexar County Juvenile Probation-MHAT (BCJPD-MHAT) will be offering 2 positions in Phase II of the Match for a total of 4 interns for the 2018-2019 internship year.



Site Name: Metropolitan State Hospital
Site Number: 1144
Training Director Name: Arthur Asatoorian, PsyD
Training Director Contact: arthur.asatoorian@dsh.ca.gov; (562)651-4327
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Metropolitan State Hospital will require all applicants who wish to be considered for the available positions in Phase II to be available for on-site interviews. Please contact me if you have any specific questions.



Site Name: Rutgers University School Psychology Internship Consortium
Site Number: 2380
Training Director Name: Erin McDonough, Ph.D.
Training Director Contact: 848-445-7793 - erin.mcdonough@rutgers.edu
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

The Rutgers University School Psychology Internship Consortium has four available positions in Phase II of the Match, in part due to a recent expansion in the number of positions within the consortium. We encourage applications from School Psychology and Counseling Psychology accredited doctoral programs. Sites with available positions include The Rutgers – Newark Campus Counseling Center, Shepard Schools, and The Center for Children with Special Needs (located in Connecticut). Please see our website for more information about the training offered at these sites: https://gsapp.rutgers.edu/programs/psy-internship-consortium. Please also contact the training director with any additional questions.



Site Name: Agnesian Healthcare
Site Number: 2261
Training Director Name: Evelyn Schaefer, PsyD
Training Director Contact: Evelyn.Schaefer@ssmhealth.com - 920.926.4355
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Agnesian Healthcare’s Doctoral Psychology Internship (Child/Adolescent Emphasis) requires applicants to have supervised practica in assessment and treatment of at least 700 combined hours, with a portion of these hours occurring with child and adolescents and, at minimum, to have successfully defended their dissertation proposal.

Interns treat children and adolescent in both an outpatient hospital based behavioral health department, as well as, an outpatient behavioral health clinic. Additionally, the intern would spend two half-days per week providing short-term, solution focused treatment at the local high school to students identified as needing services. While some may benefit from the short-term therapy, it is meant as a stop-gap while long-term services are obtained in the community. These services may include crisis interventions, collaboration with multidisciplinary professionals and assessment. Interns will also have the opportunity to gain experience in working with children and adolescents at The Treffert Center. The Treffert Center offers state-of-the-art, comprehensive, multidisciplinary diagnosis and treatment of autism, behavior, and communication disorders in children and adults. Treatment includes in-home, center-based and community-based programs.



Site Name: Veterans Healthcare System of the Ozarks - Fayetteville, AR
Site Number: 2337
Training Director Name: James Fuendeling, PhD
Training Director Contact: james.fuendeling@va.gov, (800) 691-8387 x67515
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

The Doctoral Psychology Internship at Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks in Fayetteville, AR, is seeking to fill one slot in Phase II of the Match. We are specifically seeking applicants with an interest in clinical neuropsychology. The internship is an APPIC member site, and we have submitted our self-study for accreditation to the APA Commission on Accreditation. We have been informed that it is under review, and we are awaiting feedback. Please be advised that there is no guarantee that we will successfully achieve accreditation. We also want to alert applicants to some minor errors on the program web page (https://www.fayettevillear.va.gov/careers/psychintern.asp). Our internship begins on the fourth Monday in August, not the third Monday as stated on the webpage. Also, our anticipated stipend has increased to $26,166.



Site Name: University of Texas Health San Antonio
Site Number: 1588
Training Director Name: Cindy McGeary, PhD
Training Director Contact: mcgearyc@uthscsa.edu
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

The Psychology Internship at the University of Texas Health San Antonio has one unfilled slot within the CBT Track. The site opening within the CBT Track is for STRONG STAR. STRONG STAR is a year-long rotation. STRONG STAR is a multidisciplinary PTSD research consortium (www.strongstar.org) that serves active duty service members and veterans. Interns will receive training in evidence-based assessments and treatments for trauma-related disorders. There are also potential training opportunities in pain management and insomnia. Individuals with experience with evidence-based treatments for PTSD are preferred.



Site Name: Corporal Michael J. Crescenz VAMC in Philadelphia
Site Number: 2173
Training Director Name: Johanna Klaus and Susan DelMaestro (Co-Directors)
Training Director Contact: Johanna.Klaus@va.gov, 215-823-5899; Susan.DelMaestro@va.gov, 215-823-4456
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Potential applicants! We have 2 positions open at the VA in Philadelphia, in a psychology training program focused on integrated care, evidenced based treatment, and interprofessional development that targets training our future VA colleagues. Our VA is in the heart of a large metropolitan area serving a diverse urban and suburban population. Applicants interested in a VA career and/or strong integrated care and EBP training are encouraged to apply. In addition, given the open positions and our expanding neuropsychology training program, we are also offering interested applicants the option of a year-long rotation in Neuropsychology to provide more intensive neuropsychology training within our generalist program. Please contact us with any questions!



Site Name: Nevada Psychology Internship Consortium
Site Number: 2323
Training Director Name: Emily Slife, Ph.D.
Training Director Contact: 702.486.0711, eslife@health.nv.gov
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services (SNAMHS) General track (2323-12) is moving one of the two open positions in Phase II to the Forensic track (2323-15). Therefore, we have 1 open position for the General track and 1 open position for the Forensic track. We welcome both general and forensic applicants for the two open positions. Email me and/or see our website (www.nv-pic.org) for additional information.



Site Name: Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, NY
Site Number: 1450
Training Director Name: Jean Kaluk, Ph.D.
Training Director Contact: 718-245-2714; jean.kaluk@nychhc.org
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

We would like to encourage all candidates who meet our minimum requirements to apply in Phase II. These requirements are listed in our brochure, but we are changing one requirement for Phase II: instead of needing a minimum of 3 integrated testing batteries using both cognitive instruments and a Rorschach (using the Exner Comprehensive System), we will accept applications from those who have at least one such battery.



Site Name: Kennedy Krieger Institute Beh Psych & Neuropsych
Site Number: 1344
Training Director Name: Jen Crockett
Training Director Contact: 410-874-1825; crockettj@kennedykrieger.org
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Kennedy Krieger Institute Behavioral Psychology/Neuropsychology (APPIC member 1344) has made a change to the tracks available for Phase II. Peds Consultation (Code:134414) will have one position available. Beh Management/Child and Family Therapy (Code:134418) will have one position available.



Site Name: Jamaica Hospital Medical Center
Site Number: 2434
Training Director Name: Pravina Nair, PsyD
Training Director Contact: 718-206-7344 - pnair@jhmc.org
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Jamaica Hospital Medical Center located in Queens, NY has 4 positions available at this time. We will extend our application deadline until atleast March 9th. As per APPIC recommendations for Phase 2, we will not require on site interviews. We now have our brochure available at the following link: https://jamaicahospital.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/PSYCHOLOGY-INTERNSHIP-BROCHURE-2017-2018.pdf.



Site Name: John Peter Smith Health Network
Site Number: 2468
Training Director Name: Ed Miles, PhD
Training Director Contact: 817-702-1965 - emiles@jpshealth.org
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Internship description and complete information may be seen at the following link: http://www.jpshealthnet.org/sites/default/files/psychology_jps_pre-doctoral_manual_ocr.pdf. We have two (2) fully funded positions available.



Site Name: University of Victoria – Counselling Center, British Columbia, CANADA
Site Number: 1869
Training Director Name: Dr. Ai-Lan Chia
Training Director Contact: achia@uvic.ca; 250-721-8341
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Due to unexpected circumstances, the University of Victoria Counselling Center has one opening for an internship position in Match Phase II for the 2018-2019 year. Please see our directory listing and our website: https://www.uvic.ca/services/counselling/opportunities/internship/index.php for additional information.



Site Name: Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center
Site Number: 1589
Training Director Name: Ann S. Hryshko-Mullen, Ph.D., ABPP-CHP, CBSM
Training Director Contact: 210-292-5972; ann.s.hryshko-mullen.civ@mail.mil
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

The Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center - an APA accredited internship site- is looking to fill nine positions with qualified applicants. The year-long internship offers a salary of $72,000+, healthcare for you and your dependents, and unique learning opportunities. Major rotations include training in a Mental Health Clinic, Clinical Health Psychology Clinic, and other training opportunities such as: working in an integrated primary care setting, providing services to basic military trainees, psychological assessment, and electives tailored for the completion of your dissertation or other professional interests. For rotation details and other program information, please find our brochure at: http://www.59mdw.af.mil/About/EducationTraining/ClinicalPsychologyInternship .aspx

IMPORTANT: The internship position requires a three-year post internship commitment to the United States Air Force as a Commissioned Officer which provides organizational support for facilitating licensure and launching your early career. Applicant must be a US citizen, qualified for the uniformed service, and from an APA accredited clinical or counseling psychology doctorate program. If approved for an interview, we will help you get connected to a health professions recruiter who will assist you through additional application processes for commissioning.



Site Name: University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology Internship Consortium
Site Number: 1176
Training Director Name: Jenny Erickson Cornish, PhD
Training Director Contact: 720-732-8556, jennifer.cornish@du.edu
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

We are pleased to offer 2 positions in our APA accredited consortium, both at the Treatment and Evaluation Services site. General information may be found at https://www.du.edu/gspp/programs/consortium/index.html. The Ft. Collins position is new: the intern will be based primarily in Ft. Collins, performing psychological evaluations including projectives, cognitive, adaptive, achievement, and neuro screens. Training will include adult and juvenile sex offense risk assessments, domestic violence risk assessments, and risk assessments for clients with intellectual disabilities involved in the sex offense system. Interns will also see individual clients, co-lead groups, and supervise practicum student/s. While the consortium limited applications in Phase I to University of Denver students, for Phase II it will be accepting applications from students enrolled in ALL doctoral programs that are eligible to participate in the Match.



Site Name: Saskatoon Health Region
Site Number: 1821
Training Director Name: Dr. Rupal Bonli
Training Director Contact: (306) 655-2348 - Rupal.Bonli@saskhealthauthority.ca
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

We have two of five residency/internship positions that remain unfilled in Phase 1. Both positions will be offered in Phase ll.

1. One of the remaining unfilled positions is in the Forensic area. In Phase ll, we are willing to accept applications for those interested in training in at least one of three Forsenic rotations. The second six month rotation can be completed in any of our Pediatric and/or Adult rotations, with the exception of the Rehabilitation Health rotation. The Rehabilitation Health Rotation has already matched with two successful applicants.

2. The second unfilled position is for those interested in at least one of our pediatric rotations. In Phase ll, we are willing to accept applications from those interested in both pediatric and adult rotations. Our Rehabilitation Health Rotation will not be offered for this position.

Full descriptions of 12 major and 6 minor rotations are available in our brochure at:
https://www.saskatoonhealthregion.ca/locations_services/Services/cdm/Pages/Programs/SHR-Psychology-Residency-Program.aspx



Site Name: Federal Correctional Center in Petersburg, Virginia
Site Number: 2169
Training Director Name: Dr. Kelli Heck
Training Director Contact: kheck@bop.gov
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

The Federal Correctional Center in Petersburg, Virginia, APPIC Member #2169, did not match three (3) positions during Phase I of the Match. Our site will not participate in Phase II of the APPIC Match due to there being insufficient time to process applications and conduct the relevant security clearances. Applicants who remain unmatched after Phase II may look for updates from our site via the APPIC Post Match Vacancy Service. Please forward any questions related to the above information to Dr. Kelli Heck, Internship Program Coordinator, at kheck@bop.gov.



Site Name: Dwight D Eisenhower Army Medical Center
Site Number: 1236
Training Director Name: MAJ Patrice Shanahan, PsyD, ABPP
Training Director Contact: Patrice.e.shanahan.mil@mail.mil or 706-787-5622
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Our APA-accredited internship has 4 slots available for Phase II. Please pay special attention to the prerequisite that applicants must meet the medical and administrative requirements to become an active duty Army officer. Interested applicants should immediately seek out the closest US Army Health Care Recruiter (AMEDD Recruiter) to begin the required medical and administrative process by going to https://www.goarmy.com/amedd.html or calling 1-888-550-ARMY (2769).



Site Name: Larned State Hospital
Site Number: 2015
Training Director Name: David Barnum, PhD
Training Director Contact: 620-804-2165, david.barnum@ks.gov
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Larned State Hospital Internship Program is announcing that we will have two Doctoral Internship position on our State Security Program (State inpatient forensic hospitalization program) for internship year 2018-2019. Both open program numbers in our internship (201513 and 201514) will represent these positions. We will not have an intern slot in 2018-2019 internship year specifically designation for our Sexual Predator Treatment Program. Applicant may use either or both Program numbers for the SSP internship positions.



Site Name: Pilgrim Psychiatric Center
Site Number: 1497
Training Director Name: Howard Delman, Ph.D.
Training Director Contact: 631-761-2399 / Howard.Delman@omh.ny.gov
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Pilgrim will be accepting applications until 5:00 pm Eastern Time on Monday, March 5th.



Site Name: Federal Correctional Institution, Terminal Island
Site Number: 1167
Training Director Name: Terra Follick, Psy.D.
Training Director Contact: tfollick@bop.gov, 310-732-5304
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Our site will not participate in Phase II of the APPIC Match due to there being insufficient time to process applications and conduct the relevant security clearances. Applicants who remain in need of an internship after Phase II may look for updates from us via the APPIC Post Match Vacancy Service. Please forward any questions to the training director.



Site Name: Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Indianapolis, IN
Site Number: 2168
Training Director Name: Amanda Wickett, Psy.D, HSPP
Training Director Contact: amanda.wickett@va.gov; phone: 317-988-3366
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

The Interpersonal Approaches to Wellness in Residential Treatment track is housed within a residential program (Domiciliary Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program) located off site from the main hospital. This track allows psychology interns the unique opportunity to conduct long term integrative psychotherapy with Veterans with personality disorder and comorbid histories of trauma and substance use. This psychotherapy is metacognitively oriented and focuses on assisting Veterans to form the kinds of complex sense of self and others needed to manage painful emotions as well make sense of their mental health and social challenges and decide how to move towards recovery. The psychology intern’s role includes carrying an individual therapy caseload, creating and facilitating 1-2 group therapies, participating in interdisciplinary treatment team meetings, and psychodiagnostic and personality assessment. Group programming offers a range of possible experiences, including facilitating interpersonal process groups and manualized training such as DBT and Seeking Safety. There is also an opportunity for the intern to participate in clinical research, if interested. Individual therapy is something that is encouraged and accepted in this program by both Veterans and providers, and the psychology intern is welcomed as a vital part of the interdisciplinary treatment team. Applicants with an interest in understanding and working with trauma, substance use disorders, and personality disorders are encouraged to apply. Although not yet reflected in the APPIC directory or our online brochure, the stipend has recently increased from $24,083.00 to $26,422.00.

The Severe mental illness and recovery track is housed within a Psychosocial and Recovery and Rehabilitation Center (PRRC) located on site at the main hospital. This track allows psychology interns the unique opportunity to conduct long term integrative psychotherapy with Veterans with serious and persistent mental health disorders. This psychotherapy is metacognitively and recovery oriented and focuses on assisting Veterans to form the kinds of complex sense of self and others needed make sense of psychiatric and life challenges to take ownership over their path to recovery. The psychology intern’s role includes carrying an individual therapy caseload, creating and facilitating 2-3 group therapies, participating in interdisciplinary treatment team meetings, and psychodiagnostic, neurocognitive and personality assessment. Group programming offers a range of possible experiences, including facilitating interpersonal process groups and manualized groups including Illness Management and Recovery. There is also an opportunity for the intern to participate in clinical research, as well as the supervision of practicum students. Individual therapy is something that is encouraged and accepted in this program by both Veterans and providers, and the psychology intern is welcomed as a vital part of the interdisciplinary treatment team. Applicants with an interest in understanding and working with adults with serious mental illness are encouraged to apply. Although this may not yet be reflected in the APPIC directory or our online brochure, the stipend has recently increased from $24,083.00 to $26,422.00.



Site Name: VA Western NY Healthcare System
Site Number: 1455
Training Director Name: Sheila Donovan, Ph.D. and Denise Mercurio-Riley, Ph.D.
Training Director Contact: (716) 862-7330; sheila.donovan@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

The VA Western NY Healthcare System , an APA accredited site in Buffalo, NY, is pleased to offer a Mental Health Track internship position for Phase II. This position has been converted from an unfilled Geropsychology position. Please visit our webpage for more information at https://www.buffalo.va.gov/psychintern/index.asp.



Site Name: U.S. Medical Center for Federal Prisoners
Site Number: 1398
Training Director Name: Elizabeth Tyner, Ph.D., ABPP
Training Director Contact: etyner@bop.gov - 417-862-7041, x 1124
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Our site will not participate in Phase II of the APPIC Match due to there being insufficient time to process applications and conduct the relevant security clearances. Applicants who remain in need of an internship after Phase II may look for updates from us via the APPIC Post Match Vacancy Service. Please forward any questions to the training director.



Site Name: Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC
Site Number: 1413
Training Director Name: Christian F. Mauro, PhD
Training Director Contact: Christian.mauro@duke.edu; 919-668-0081
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Duke University Medical Center’s Psychology Internship Training Program in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences has a Child Clinical Trauma Concentration position available for the 2018-19 internship year. We will accept applications only from applicants from APA-accredited Clinical PhD programs. For more information about our program and this specific position, please visit our website at: https://psychiatry.duke.edu/clinicalpsychologyinternship. We look forward to receiving your application.



Site Name: Auburn University Student Counseling Services
Site Number: 2440
Training Director Name: Dr. Brandy Smith
Training Director Contact: bls0020@auburn.edu, 334-844-5123
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Requirements to apply are the following: (1) a minimum of at least 500 direct hours in which at least 400 of those hours are doctoral hours of intervention (excluding assessment); (2) passed comprehensive exams; (3) experience with individual therapy and assessment (no specific assessments have to have been completed).

If a candidate believes they would be a good fit for the training program but have not yet met the minimum required hours stated above, the candidate can address in their cover letter how they are a good fit for the training program and potentially be considered for an interview.



Site Name: Oklahoma Health Consortium
Site Number: 1518
Training Director Name: Justin Wyckoff, PhD
Training Director Contact: jwyckoff@ou.edu; 405 325 2911
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

The Oklahoma Health Consortium has two (2) positions remaining: (1) at the University Counseling Center on the main campus and (1) at the OU Health Sciences Center Student Counseling Center. Information about the Consortium can be found at http://www.ou.edu/ucc/training/APADoctoralInternship.html.



Site Name: Eastern Oklahoma VA Healthcare System
Site Number: 2426
Training Director Name: Patricia Byrd, Ph.D.
Training Director Contact: Patricia.Byrd@va.gov - 918-610-2051
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Website: http://www.muskogee.va.gov/services/Doctoral_Psychology_Internship_Program.asp

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



Site Name: Federal Correctional Institution-Tallahassee (FL)
Site Number: 1222
Training Director Name: Hunter McIntyre, Ph.D.
Training Director Contact: bmcintyre@bop.gov
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Our site will not participate in Phase II of the APPIC Match due to there being insufficient time to process applications and conduct the relevant security clearances. Applicants who remain in need of an internship after Phase II may look for updates from us via the APPIC Post Match Vacancy Service. Please forward any questions to the training director.



Site Name: Federal Medical Center, Fort Worth
Site Number: 1575
Training Director Name: Karla Evans, Psy.D. (New acting Training Director as of March 3rd Pam Morris, Ph.D.)
Training Director Contact: k1evans@bop.gov - 817-413-3252
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Our site will not participate in Phase II of the APPIC Match due to there being insufficient time to process applications and conduct the relevant security clearances. Applicants who remain in need of an internship after Phase II may look for updates from us via the APPIC Post Match Vacancy Service. Please forward any questions to the training director.



Site Name: James H. Quillen VA Medical Center
Site Number: 1561
Training Director Name: Myra Q. Elder, Ph.D.
Training Director Contact: Myra.elder@va.gov, (423)979-2893
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

The Quillen (Mountain Home) VA in Johnson City, TN, was granted a fifth internship position. We encourage Phase II applicants interested in a generalist training program with a rural population and attention to work-life balance in a beautiful, mountainous setting. We have a strong commitment to diversity in training, recruitment, hiring, and retention; we employ 12 former interns from our program. We look forward to this opportunity to expand our internship class in 2018-2019.



Site Name: Northern Arizona University, Counseling Services
Site Number: 1107
Training Director Name: Carl Dindo, Psy.D.
Training Director Contact: 928-523-2261, carl.dindo@nau.edu
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

NAU’s Counseling Services’ Doctoral Internship in Health Service Psychology is continuing to recruit for 1 open internship position for the 2018-2019 training year. We have some important updates to our program that we want to share: 1) We received APPIC Membership approval on January 5th, 2018, and 2) We have also acquired additional funding allowing us to increase the stipend for each of our two internship positions to $27,000.00 for the year. Additional benefits include those available to a benefits-eligible service professional position such as health/dental/vision, paid, accrued vacation and sick leave, paid university holidays, professional development leave and funding, etc. Please find information about our training program on the APPIC directory. You may also contact Carl Dindo, Psy.D. with questions about the Doctoral Internship position, or search our website: https://nau.edu/Health-Services/Counseling-Services/Doctoral-Internship-in-Health-Service-Psychology/



Site Name: Northwest Neurobehavioral Health, LLC
Site Number: 2473
Training Director Name: Carolyn S. Golden, PsyD
Training Director Contact: NNHTraining@nnhidaho.com - Phone: (208) 955-7339
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

Website: http://www.nnhidaho.com
Informational Brochure: http://nnhidaho.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/NNH-Internship-Information.pdf

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



Site Name: Erie VA Medical Center Psychology Internship Program
Site Number: 2466
Training Director Name: Kelly R. Gerhardstein, PsyD
Training Director Contact: Kelly.gerhardstein@va.gov; 814-860-2318
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 24 - 12:00 noon Eastern

The Erie VA Medical Center has two (2) pre-doctoral internship positions available in Phase II. We are a newly funded program for this academic year, and not APA-accredited, but individuals who complete a VA internship ARE ELIGIBLE for employment and post-doctoral training at VA facilities nationwide. Our stipend was increased after our brochure was published to the website. The stipend for our program is $26,166 for the 2018-2019 academic year.