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



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 are not included in the list of available positions provided on the Match web site. Applicants should check back regularly beginning February 21, 2014 for new postings.

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Site: UCSD-VA San Diego Psychology Internship Training Program
Program #: 112527
TD Name: Sean P.A. Drummond and Sandra J Brown
TD Contact: pinternship@ucsd.edu; (858) 642-3944
Date/Time Added:
Tuesday, March 11, 3:10pm Eastern

Interview decisions have been made and no one else will be contacted for the two rotations: VA Family/Rady CAPS and VA Center of Recovery Ed / UCSD OPS.


Site: Louisiana School Psychology Internship Consortium
Program #: 168314, 168315
TD Name: Dr. George Hebert
TD Contact: gheber@lsuhsc.edu - (504) 556-7566
Date/Time Added:
Thursday, March 6, 9:15pm Eastern

The Louisiana School Psychology Internship Consortium is happy to announce the addition of another position for Phase II of the APPIC match which now brings our openings to two. They are Firstline Schools (168314) and Arise Academy of New Orleans (168315).

Please be aware that applicants who have already submitted a Phase II application to our site for the position at ARISE Schools will automatically be considered for this new position as well. We expect to make email contacts early next week to arrange for telephone/skype interviews. Please be aware that our portal for Phase II will be closed by Midnight Saturday, March 8, 2014. Training Directors are Dr. Alan Coulter and Dr. George Hebert. (Please address all correspondence to Dr. Hebert at gheber@lsuhsc.edu or telephone: 504 556 7566).


Site: MercyFirst
Program #: 1493
TD Name: Stephen Migden
TD Contact: smigden@mercyfirst.org - 516 921 0808 ext 815
Date/Time Added:
Monday, March 3, 12:20pm Eastern

NOTE: This program will not be available on the NMS web site or in the AAPI Online service until Tuesday morning, March 4.

MercyFirst has added one additional position in its APA accredited pre-doctoral internship for 2014-15. This position is in addition to those previously filled in Phase I, and will involve working in our Long Island based group homes for adolescent boys and girls; there is also a possibility of the intern having responsibility in our Long Island based group home for teenage mothers and their young children. Applications will be accepted until 5:00pm Eastern time on Friday, March 7.


Site: Waterloo Region Psychology Consortium (WRPC)
Program #: 186611, 186612
TD Name: Dr. Pam Beharry, C. Psych.
TD Contact: 519-884-16666, ext. 1124; pbeharry@lutherwood.ca
Date/Time Added:
Thursday, February 27, 8:00pm Eastern
Updated: Friday, February 28, 9:30pm Eastern (addition of application deadline)

UPDATE: Applications will be accepted until March 7, 2014

As a new internship placement, the Waterloo Region Psychology Consortium is not yet able to apply for accreditation through the Canadian Psychological Association. However, we have designed our programme with great care.

Our programme brochure is available here: http://www.lutherwood.ca/institute/educational-opportunities/predoctoral-residency-psychology


Site: Psychological Center for Expert Evaluations, Inc.
Program #: 230511
TD Name: Kristin M. Tolbert, Psy.D.
TD Contact: DrKTolbert@gmail.com; 561-429-2140
Date/Time Added:
Wednesday, February 26, 3:10pm Eastern

We have one additional opening at our highly regarded private forensic psychology practice, located in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. We primarily focus on family law and dependency court cases, but also offer our interns the ability to regularly participate in criminal cases (up to one day per week). To gain further understanding on what our interns will have the opportunity to learn about during their year of supervised training, please visit our website at www.forensicpsychologicalcenter.com. You are also welcome to email our training director, Dr. Kristin Tolbert (drktolbert@gmail.com), if you have any questions or would like to receive an intern brochure with more specific information about this placement.

Important Information for your Consideration: Our site is currently in the process of fulfilling the requirements to become an APPIC member. This means that although our goal is to have the process completed prior to the completion of your internship experience, even strong programs sometimes run into snags and we cannot guarantee that we will be able to attain APPIC membership prior to the end of the 2014-15 training year.

We are offering a competitive $24,000 stipend, with two weeks paid time off. Interested applicants must meet our minimum educational requirements; specifically, all formal requirements towards Ph.D. or Psy.D. candidacy in Clinical Psychology (preferably APA accredited).

Lastly, please note that we will accept applications via the AAPI Online service until Thursday, March 6, at 5:00pm (Eastern Time). Thank you so much! Please send us your application today!!


Site: New York Center for Child Development
Program #: 208911
TD Name: Aviva Glass, Ph.D.
TD Contact: aviva.glass@nycit.org
Date/Time Added:
Wednesday, February 26, 9:50am Eastern
Updated: Wednesday, February 26, 3:00pm Eastern (addition of extended application deadline)

UPDATE: Deadline for Application Submission: Monday, March 3, 12:00 noon Eastern Time

The New York Center for Child Development is pleased to announce that we have one additional opening available for Phase II of the Match, offering a concentration in early childhood. For more information, please see our original description on the APPIC website, and our website: http://www.nyccd.org/healthinternship.php .


Site: Alpert Medical School of Brown University
Program #: 155120 - MIDAS Project Clinical Research
TD Name: Elizabeth McQuaid, PhD, ABPP
TD Contact: 401-444-1929 / Elizabeth_McQuaid@Brown.edu
Date/Time Added:
Wednesday, February 26, 10:40am Eastern

The MIDAS Project Clinical-Research Focused 12 month experience Outpatient Psychiatry at Rhode Island Hospital (Drs. Mark Zimmerman, Diane Young, Iwona Chelminski & Kristy Dalrymple) has just announced that they have secured funding for one more position within the program (for a total of 2). The MIDAS Project will be entering Phase II with an additional position. We encourage applicants to review the rotation description on our website: www.brown.edu/go/clinical-psychology-training (description can be found under Rotations/Adult Rotations).


Site: Woodland Centers, Inc. - Southeast Ohio Psychology Internship (SOPI)
Program #: 230411, 230412
TD Name: Amanda-Adams-Mock, Psy.D.
TD Contact: aadams@woodlandcenters.org
Date/Time Added:
Wednesday, February 26, 9:30am Eastern

The Southeast Ohio Psychology Internship (SOPI) at Woodland Centers, Inc. is pleased to announce three available positions, consisting of two full time and one part time slot. Each intern will function within an outpatient setting and function as a multidisciplinary team member, providing assessment, individual, and group therapies. Additionally, interns may provide inpatient services on the Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU), one day per week. Throughout the year, interns will be provided opportunities to provide community outreach and training. For more information, please contact Dr. Amanda Adams-Mock at aadams@woodlandcenters.org.


Site: Derner Institute Internship Consortium
Program #: 222414, 222415, 222416
TD Name: Jonathan M. Jackson, Ph.D.
TD Contact: 516-877-4823 - jackson2@adelphi.edu
Date/Time Added:
Monday, February 24, 5:00pm Eastern
Updated: Wednesday, February 26, 9:15am Eastern (clarification of program #222418)

UPDATE: The Derner Internship Consortium training position at WAWI/TVI (Program Code: 222418) is withdrawn for 2014-2015. That track is only open to students from the Derner Institute, and their applications were considered previously in Match I.

The Derner Institute Internship Consortium is accepting applications from students from all Programs in Match II. You do not need to be a doctoral student at the Derner Institute to apply in Match II.

We have three unfilled positions:
Center for Motivation and Change 222414
SUNY Old Westbury Student Counseling and Wellness Center 222415
Long Beach Reach 222416

For more information, go to:
http://derner.adelphi.edu/psychology/doctoral-program/practicum-training/internship-training/


Site: University of Mississippi Medical Center/V.A. Medical Center
Program #: 1403
TD Name: T. David Elkin, Ph.D., ABPP
TD Contact: delkin@umc.edu - 601-984-5855
Date/Time Added:
Tuesday, February 25, 11:30am Eastern

The University of Mississippi Medical Center/V.A. Medical Center in Jackson, MS will NOT be participating in Phase II of the APPIC Match.


Site: The Chicago School Chicago Leadership Internship Consortium
Program #: 2109
TD Name: Dina Glaser, PsyD
TD Contact: dinaglaser@thechicagoschool.edu; 312-467-2381
Date/Time Added:
Monday, February 24, 10:30pm Eastern

The Chicago School Community Leadership Internship Consortium is looking to fill two pre-doctoral internship positions for Phase II, both a part of The Forensic Center portion of this consortium training program. These positions are not exclusive to The Chicago School students, and students from other programs are strongly encouraged to apply. Ideal applicants are those who have an interest in forensic mental health and relevant experience with this population. Additionally, this consortium is seeking students who express interest in graduate level teaching and professional presentations.


Site: PCOM Center for Brief Therapy
Program #: 1938
TD Name: Bruce S. Zahn, Ed.D., ABPP
TD Contact: brucez@pcom.edu - 215-871-6442
Date/Time Added:
Monday, February 24, 6:10pm Eastern

The PCOM Center for Brief Therapy is pleased to announce that we have two additional openings available for Phase II of the Match. The internship in clinical psychology at the PCOM Center for Brief Therapy is a training program for doctoral psychology interns based on the practitioner-scholar model of professional psychology training and practice. The internship is exclusively affiliated with the Psy.D.program in Clinical Psychology at PCOM. Only students enrolled in the Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology program at PCOM may apply. If you are not a student in the Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology program at PCOM, you are not eligible to apply for internship with us. Thank you for your understanding.


Site: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Counseling and Psychological Services
Program #: 228711
TD Name: Tricia Besett-Alesch, Ph.D.
TD Contact: tbesett-alesch2@unl.edu or (402) 472-7450
Date/Time Added:
Monday, February 24, 5:30pm Eastern
Updated: Monday, February 24, 6:05pm Eastern (added link to web site)

Counseling and Psychological Services at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has been a site of an APA-accredited consortium (Nebraska Internship Program in Professional Psychology, NICPP) for the past 13 years. This year, we are very excited to enter the 2014 -2015 internship year as an independent site, which means that we are currently not an APPIC member and are not accredited. We will be applying for APPIC Membership in August of 2014 and we will also submit our APA self-study in August, 2014; however, it is important to note that CAPS cannot guarantee that we will receive APPIC membership or APA accreditation.

For more information about our site and our requirements, please visit http://health.unl.edu/caps/intern


Site: Lincoln Hills/Copper Lake Schools
Program #: 163611
TD Name: Rick E Miller, Ph.D.
TD Contact: 715-539-1604; rick.miller@wi.gov
Date/Time Added:
Monday, February 24, 5:30pm Eastern

Please note that the web address link in the APPIC directory is broken (due to recent revamping of the WI-DOC website). Please e-mail the Training Director (rick.miller@wi.gov) to request a copy of the internship brochure.


Site: Comprehensive Outpatient Services, Inc.
Program #: 1958
TD Name: Meredith Kassoy, Ph.D.
TD Contact: phone: 978 275 9444 x231 - meredith.kassoy@gmail.com
Date/Time Added:
Monday, February 24, 5:30pm Eastern

We are sorry to announce that the number of available positions at Comprehensive Outpatient Services, Inc., has been reduced from 5 to 3. We are an outpatient clinic in the Boston area. Additional information can be found on our website: www.freewebs.com/trainingatStoneybrook


Site: UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior - Health Behavior track
Program #: 1134
TD Name: Rhonda Sena, Ph.D.
TD Contact: 310-794-5715; rsena@mednet.ucla.edu
Date/Time Added:
Monday, February 24, 5:00pm Eastern

Health and Behavior Track (Adult): Applicants must have experience in consulting with adult medically ill patients in ambulatory and inpatient hospital settings. Applicants must be from APA-accredited clinical psychology doctoral programs and must have a minimum of 1,000 hours of clinical experience by the start of internship.

Mandatory activities include:
Adult Consultation-Liaison Service (July-Feb)
Pediatric Consultation Liaison (March-June)
Adolescent Medicine Clinic (March-June)
Psychodiagnostic Assessment Seminar (Fall only)
Neurologic and Neuropsychiatric Syndromes Seminar (Winter and Spring only)
Intern’s Seminar

The remainder of the intern’s time may be spent in electives, which can include up to 4 hours of research time per week.

Please refer to our brochure for additional information:
http://www.semel.ucla.edu/psychology/internship


Site: University of North Dakota Psychology Internship Center
Program #: 200111
TD Name: Rhandi Clow, PhD
TD Contact: Rhandi.clow@email.und.edu
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 22, 10:00am Eastern
Updated: Sunday, February 23, 1:30am Eastern (revised note on availability in AAPI Online and NMS site)

NOTE: As of 2/23/14 1:30am Eastern Time, this position is now included on the list of participating programs in Phase II on the NMS web site. It should be available within the AAPI Online later today (Sunday) or tomorrow (Monday).

NOTE: As of 2/22/14 10:00am Eastern Time, this position is not yet available within the AAPI Online or on the List of Participating Programs on the NMS web site. We will update this announcement when this position is available in those systems.

We are excited to announce the addition of one paid fulltime intern position for 2014-2015. Details are available on our website at http://und.edu/health-wellness/counseling-center/. This is a general counseling center intern position in the mainstream internship program as described in the APPIC online directory. Please contact Dr Clow with further questions if need be.


Site: Illinois School Psychology Internship Consortium
Program #: 1132
TD Name: Brenda Huber, PhD, ABPP
TD Contact: bjhuber@ilstu.edu
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 22, 10:00am Eastern
Updated: Sunday, February 23, 1:30am Eastern (revised note on availability in AAPI Online and NMS site)

NOTE: As of 2/23/14 1:30am Eastern Time, these positions are now included on the list of participating programs in Phase II on the NMS web site. They should be available within the AAPI Online later today (Sunday) or tomorrow (Monday).

NOTE: As of 2/22/14 10:00am Eastern Time, not all of these positions are available within the AAPI Online or on the List of Participating Programs on the NMS web site. We will update this announcement when the additional positions are available in those systems.

Please note: ISPIC, our APA-accredited consortium, accepts applications from school psychology students only; no clinical or counseling psychology applications will be reviewed. We are happy to announce that through a combination of unfilled and new positions, ISPIC has a total of 12 positions in 9 programs available to applicants in Phase II! They should all be listed on the NMS website. Please see our website (http://psychology.illinoisstate.edu/ispic) for information about our program, our diversity plan, and detailed descriptions of the open positions. As described on our website, please open your cover letter with a general paragraph and then include a labeled paragraph specific to each opportunity to which you wish to apply.


Site: University of Denver Graduate School in Professional Psychology Internship Consortium
Program #: 1176
TD Name: Jenny Cornish, Ph.D., ABPP
TD Contact: Jennifer.Cornish@du.edu
Date/Time Added:
Sunday, February 23, 1:15am Eastern

The University of Denver (DU) Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) Internship Consortium is an exclusively affiliated program, which means that we only accept applications (in both Phase I and Phase II) from DU GSPP students. If you are not a student in the DU GSPP, you are not eligible to apply for internship with us. Thank you for your understanding.


Site: UCSD-VA San Diego Psychology Internship Training Program
Program #: 112527 and 112518
TD Name: Sean P.A. Drummond and Sandy J Brown
TD Contact:
pinternship@ucsd.edu; 858-642-3944
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 22, 10:00am Eastern
Updated: Saturday, February 22, 11:00am Eastern (added info for Program 112518)

Applicants for the VA FAMILY/RADY CHILD INPT position must have experience either in treating couples or in treating children. Preferred applicants will have worked in a VA setting and/or in a child population setting.

Applicants for the VA SCHIZ/UCSD OUTPTPSYCH must have experience treating consumers with psychosis and/or schizophrenia, and be motivated to develop their clinical skills and knowledge base in assessment and treatment of patients with co-morbid serious mental disorders. Applicants with VA experience preferred.


Site: Georgia Regional Hospital - Atlanta (Decatur, GA)
Program #: 2259
TD Name: Jonathan D. Hauser, Ph.D.
TD Contact: jdhauser@dhr.state.ga.us; (404) 212-4747
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 22, 10:00am Eastern

Georgia Regional Hospital - Atlanta is pleased to announce recent acceptance for APPIC Membership. We have two (2) pre-doctoral psychology internship positions. The 12-month training experience is in an adult, inpatient setting. The training format involves a six-month forensic psychology major rotation, a six-month adult mental health clinical psychology major rotation, and a year-long minor rotation in positive behavior support with a focus on applied behavior analysis. We will be participating only in the Phase II Match this year, and we will be complying with all APPIC Phase II Match procedures and requirements. Interested applicants should visit our listing in the APPIC directory, and contact the Training Director to obtain a brochure detailing the internship program, including minimum and preferred qualifications.


Site: Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology
Program #: 1416
TD Name: Dennis E. McChargue, Ph.D.
TD Contact: 402-472-1152 or dmcchargue2@unl.edu
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 22, 10:00am Eastern

The NICPP has two new openings available for Phase II at the Beatrice State Developmental Center, Program Code Number 141611. For further information, contact Shawn Bryant, PsyD, 402-223-6600 or 800-430-5755, shawn.bryant@nebraska.gov, and see our website http://cehs.unl.edu/nicpp/.


Site: Devereux Massachusetts
Program #: 1947
TD Name: Nathan Gay, Psy.D.
TD Contact: ngay@devereux.org - 508-886-4746 x224
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 22, 10:00am Eastern

Devereux Massachusetts is happy to announce that we will be resuming our APPIC Pre-Doctoral Psychology Training program for the upcoming year (2014-2015). We will be accepting two (2) full-time interns with an annual stipend of $25,000. Given the late change in status, we will be participating in Phase II of the APPIC Match. We will be accepting application materials via the online portal on February 21, 2014. Applicants will be contacted by March 3, 2014 in order to coordinate interviews. Interviews will be conducted via phone and facilitated by members of the training committee. Please visit www.devereuxma.org or the online directory for additional information.


Site: University of Houston Counseling and Psychological Services
Program #: 1582
TD Name: Cecilia Sun, Ph.D.
TD Contact: 713-743-5409; csun@central.uh.edu
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 22, 10:00am Eastern

Please note these Phase II ADDITIONS to the original application requirements:

-Applicants must have a minimum of 75 university counseling center intervention hours on the AAPI. These may include Masters practicum hours.

-Applicants must have led at least one interpersonal process psychotherapy group (as opposed to only psychoeducational groups). If your process group experience is not already described on the AAPI, please describe in your cover letter.

The original application requirements still stand, and can be found under Qualifications of Applicants on our webpage http://www.uh.edu/caps/clinical_training/apa_internship.html .


Site: WellSpan Behavioral Health
Program #: 2164
TD Name: Michael J. Eshleman, Ph.D.
TD Contact: 717-812-4221; meshleman@wellspan.org
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 22, 10:00am Eastern

For both of our unfilled internship positions, we are actively and exclusively seeking applicants with training and interest in applying classical (Beckian) Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy in a primary care "Medical Homes" setting.


Site: Walla Walla VAMC – Spokane VAMC Joint Psychology Internship
Program #: 221511
TD Name: Janice Kusch, Ph.D.
TD Contact: (509) 946-1020; Janice.Kusch@VA.GOV
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 22, 10:00am Eastern

The Walla Walla VAMC and Spokane VAMC Psychology Internship is a consortium training program. The program is seeking accreditation in 2014-2015. There is no guarantee that accreditation will be achieved in time for it to be effective for this intern class. Of note, however, graduates from non-accredited VA internships are grandfathered for continuing psychology careers in the VA. We require a minimum of 300 clinical hours and testing experience. http://www.psychologytraining.va.gov/WallaWalla/index.asp


Site: London Clinical Psychology Residency Consortium
Program #: 1815
TD Name: Brent Hayman-Abello, Ph.D., C.Psych.
TD Contact: Phone: (519) 663-3466; Email: brent.haymanabello@lhsc.on.ca
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 22, 10:00am Eastern

Some changes have occurred for two MINOR rotations at the London Clinical Psychology Residency Consortium:

The supervisor for the Mental Health Management Minor Rotation, Dr. Beth Mitchell, has moved from her position as manager for mental health into the role of Director, Cultural Transformation and Special Projects at London Health Sciences Centre. She will continue to offer this Minor Rotation with similar experiences for residents learning about program planning, development, and implementation as described in the brochure, but in a more advanced level in the organization’s administration.

We will not be able to offer the Minor Rotation - Community Mental Health Program for the 2014-2015 residency training year due to changes within the Canadian Mental Health Association-London.


Site: University of Nevada Las Vegas Student Counseling and Psychological Services
Program #: 229311
TD Name: Emily Russell Slife, Ph.D.
TD Contact: emily.russellslife@unlv.edu; Phone: 702.895.3627
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 22, 10:00am Eastern

We have two openings at our university counseling center. Interested applicants must meet our minimum requirements: Applicants must complete all formal requirements towards Ph.D. or Psy.D. candidacy in Counseling or Clinical Psychology (preferably APA accredited), including:

· All course work necessary for the title of doctoral candidate including comprehensive exams.
· Acceptance of dissertation proposal by dissertation committee no later than the APPIC ranking date.
· A minimum of 500 cumulative supervised hours in direct clinical service as defined by APPIC criteria.
· At least 400 direct therapy hours; with no less than 300 accrued during the doctoral program.
· Experience with intellectual and personality assessment measures and a completion of a minimum of 4 integrated assessment reports


Site: Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region
Program #: 185311
TD Name: Dr. Katherine Owens
TD Contact: 306-766-7738 or Katherine.owens@rqhealth.ca
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 22, 10:00am Eastern

Our Phase II vacancies are for the FORENSIC stream. Please only apply for this residency is you are interested in a forensic placement and have the appropriate training and experience.


Site: University at Albany - University Counseling Center Internship Program
Program #: 1663
TD Name: Joseph E. Bernier, Ph.D.
TD Contact: jbernier@albany.edu - 518-442-5800
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 22, 10:00am Eastern

We are looking for applicants from APA or CPA accredited programs in counseling or clinical psychology, who have 450 or more hours of supervised experiences, which preferably include prior experiences in college or university counseling centers. Applicants should have completed comprehensive examinations and preferably the dissertation approval process as well. We would look favorably upon candidates with experiences working with diverse populations. The Center is dedicated to providing accessible prevention, early intervention, and counseling services to the university community. This APA accredited internship program provides supervised opportunities to develop competencies in diverse clinical psychological skills and in teaching and supervision of undergraduate peer helpers.


Site: Metrohealth Medical Center
Program #: 2297
TD Name: Britt A. Nielsen, PsyD
TD Contact: 216-778-4937 - bnielsen@metrohealth.org
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 22, 10:00am Eastern

The MetroHealth Medical Center requires that applicants have a Master’s degree in psychology and have completed all of the requirements for their doctoral degree. Applicants should also have a training in child & adolescent developmental psychology, psychopathology and assessment, and have clinical training in the area of clinical child and/or pediatric psychology.


Site: Nationwide Children's Hospital
Program #: 1509
TD Name: David Michalec, PhD
TD Contact: David.michalec@nationwidechildrens.org or (614) 355-8315
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 22, 10:00am Eastern

Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, OH has one position open for the Child Clinical Psychology track only. The contact for this position is Dr. Cami Winkelspecht, Associate Director of Internship Training and Director of the Child Clinical Psychology track. She can be reached at cami.winkelspecht@nationwidechildrens.org. All information about our position can be found on our website at: http://www.nationwidechildrens.org/clinical-child-track Thank you.


Site: Connected Psychological Service
Program #: 229611
TD Name: Dr. Celeste Showers Sulc
TD Contact: 571-276-3113 - csulc@verizon.net
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 22, 10:00am Eastern

Connected Psychological Services is headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia but clinical services are provided onsite at House of Ruth, Washington, DC. Connected uses the DIR model to support developmental potential for children and families exposed to domestic violence, inter-generational deprivation and homelessness. Ideal candidates should be highly skilled in conceptualizing cases dynamically, culturally competent, interested in working with children, coachable, flexible, interested in self-reflection and personally resilient. Access to an automobile preferred.


Site: Wright State University School of Professional Psychology
Program #: 151316
TD Name: Victor J. McCarley, Psy.D.
TD Contact: victor.mccarley@wright.edu; 937-775-4308
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 22, 10:00am Eastern

The Wright State University School of Professional Psychology (WSU-SOPP) Doctoral Internship Program, an APA-accredited and APPIC-member program, has renewed funding to maintain a training track for the 2014-15 training year. Training year start date: 7/01/14. The Internship Program uses a Practitioner model to develop competent, well-rounded psychologists prepared for independent practice as generalists, with comprehensive community mental/brief therapy being the specialty emphasis of this external track. Intern will divide time between the external rotation, and one of two internal rotations; either the WSU Counseling & Wellness Services or the WSU-SOPP Ellis-General Practice Clinic. This track has an $18,000 stipend, with benefits consistent with other program interns; with a cohort of six interns. Refer to program website http://psychology.wright.edu/apa-internship/rotation#tab=external-rotations for more information regarding this track, and an overall perspective of our internship program.