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



LAST UPDATED: Friday, March 6, 2015 - 10:30 am 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 are not 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 21, 2015 for new postings.

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Site: Ponce Health Sciences University (Formerly Ponce School of Medicine and Health Sciences) Psychology Internship Consortium.(PHSU-PIC)
Site #: 179113 Primary Care Psychology Program (PCPP)
TD Name: Maria Garrido, Psy.D.
TD Contact: mgarrido@psm.edu - 787-619-2307
Date/Time Added:
Friday, March 6, 10:30am Eastern

An additional position has become available in the PCPP training of the PHSU-PIC as a result of additional funding. This is a generalist training experience within a health services setting for people with chronic conditions including HIV and AIDS. Training takes place at specialized immunology clinics. The stipend is commensurate with the PIC standard stipend,estimated to be $15,000 for 2015-16.


Site: Illinois School Psychology Internship Consortium (ISPIC)
Site #: 1132
TD Name: Brenda Huber, PhD, ABPP
TD Contact: bjhuber@ilstu.edu
Date/Time Added:
Sunday, February 22, 2:00pm Eastern
Date/Time Revised: Friday, March 6, 10:30am Eastern

UPDATE 3/6/15: We just secured funding for an additional opportunity within the Oaklawn 218 partnership.

ORIGINAL ANNOUNCEMENT 2/22/15: 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 (4) and new positions (2), ISPIC has a total of 6 positions available to applicants in Phase II! They are all 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: Connected Psychology
Program #: 229611
TD Name: Celeste Showers Sulc, Psy.D.
TD Contact: celeste@connectedpsychology.org
Date/Time Added:
Tuesday, March 3, 3:00am Eastern

Connected Psychology Internship, serving those in need in inner city Washington, DC, is excited to announce 3 more internship spots. For more information go to connectedpsychology.org or email info@connectedpsychology.org.


Site: Federal Medical Center-Lexington KY
Site #: 1311
TD Name: A. Boateng, Ph.D.
TD Contact: aboateng@bop.gov
Date/Time Added:
Friday, February 27, 9:30am Eastern

FMC Lexington will not be participating in the Phase II Match due to shortened time constraints and new federal guidelines regarding the hire of temporary interns. Any new information regarding open positions will be provided in the Post Match Vacancy Service. Please contact the Training Director with any questions you may have regarding the substance abuse position to the email address listed above. Regards.


Site: Liberty Healthcare/Rushville Treatment & Detention Facility
Site #: 2040
TD Name: John R. Reid, PhD
TD Contact: 217-322-3204 x5075, john.r.reid@illinois.gov
Date/Time Added:
Friday, February 27, 9:30am Eastern

For the up-coming training year (2015-2016) we have five (5) internship positions still available. Our program offers extensive training in working with civilly committed sexual offenders. Interns engage in a two week orientation to the program and them a minimum of one week observing therapy groups before co-facilitating a group. In addition all groups that Interns are involved with are co-facilitated with a seasoned therapist throughout the year. Experience with sexual offenders is not necessary for being an Intern in our program. Further, experience with the Rorschach is preferred, but it is not necessary to be an Intern in our program. Please contact me if you have additional questions.


Site: Pine Grove Behavioral Health & Addiction Services
Site #: 1402
TD Name: Theresa Ratti, Ph.D.
TD Contact: tratti@forrestgeneral.com
Date/Time Added:
Thursday, February 26, 1:20am Eastern

Pine Grove Behavioral Health & Addiction Services has 1 position open. We want to emphasize that we require that applicants come from an APA-approved graduate program. We prefer applicants from clinical or counseling PhD or PsyD programs with a minimum of 500 intervention hours and 200 assessment hours. We will be offering 1-hour Skype interviews between March 9th and 13th; we will notify applicants if they will be offered an interview no later than March 6th.


Site: Louisiana School Psychology Internship Consortium
Site #: 1683
TD Name: Jennifer Maynard, PhD
TD Contact: jmayn2@lsuhsc.edu
Date/Time Added:
Wednesday, February 25, 9:00pm Eastern

Due to budget constraints, two sites with unmatched positions within the Louisiana School Psychology Internship Consortium (LAS*PIC) program will not be taking an intern for 2015-16 and, therefore, will not be participating in Phase II of the match. These sites are: FirstLine Schools (168314) and TIERS Group (168322). The remaining two sites with unfilled positons (Morris Jeff Community School: 168321 and Einstein Charter Schools: 168323) will be moving forward with Phase II. We encourage applications from anyone interested who meets the criteria specified in our APPIC directory listing and on our website (http://www.hdc.lsuhsc.edu/laspic/index.php).


Site: Eating Disorder Center at San Antonio
Site #: 2350
TD Name: Kasi Howard, Psy.D.
TD Contact: 210-826-7447 x 115 khoward@edcasa.com
Date/Time Added:
Wednesday, February 25, 9:00pm Eastern

The Eating Disorder Center at San Antonio (EDCASA) is accepting applications for one remaining internship position. EDCASA provides evidence-based care to a variety of clients suffering from Anorexia, Bulimia and Binge Eating Disorders. Those with experience and interest in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and/or eating disorders are particularly encouraged to apply. Interns also complete 3 off-site external rotations: a children’s oncology unit, a university counseling center, and a substance abuse program. Salary is $25k/year plus benefits. Interested applicants can email Kasi Howard for additional information.


Site: Nationwide Children’s Hospital – Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) Track
Program #: 150914
TD Name: David Michalec, PhD – david.michalec@nationwidechildrens.org; Barb Mackinaw-Koons, PhD, Associate Director of Internship Training, IDD track – barb.mackinaw-koons@nationwidechildrens.org
Date/Time Added:
Wednesday, February 25, 9:00pm Eastern

Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus Ohio is happy to announce the opening of a 4th internship slot in the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) track. Our program is fully APA accredited. The IDD intern will be focused on assessment and treatment of children with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (Autism Spectrum, Intellectual Disability, Genetic Conditions, etc). The IDD intern works at the Child Development Center, a large program specifically designed to serve the needs of children and families with developmental concerns. For more information, please access our website at: http://www.nationwidechildrens.org/intellectual-and-developmental-disabilities-track. For more information, contact Dr. Mackinaw-Koons, Associate Director at barb.mackinaw-koons@nationwidechildrens.org. Thank you.

Please note that this new slot is not yet in the AAPI Online or NMS system, we anticipate that will happen by 2/26/15 or 2/27/15. Because we realize this is a late entry, we will accept applications until 5:00pm EST on Monday, 3/2/15 .


Site: Range Mental Health Center
Site #: 2153
TD Name: Victoria M. Othon, PsyD, LP
TD Contact: 218-263-9237 ext. 1316 - vothon@rangementalhealth.org
Date/Time Added:
Wednesday, February 25, 9:00pm Eastern

Range Mental Health has been a long standing Rural Community Mental Health training site. In years past we were part of a consortium with another agency, and had only two positions for interns. Due to our increased need for all varieties of psychotherapy (group, child, adult, family, and couples) as well as our strong need for psychological assessment we have increased our positions to 4 this year and are proud to say that we have once again been awarded APPIC status as a separate individual site from the consortium. We offer rotations in Chemical dependency, Inpatient Crisis Center, Partial Hospitalization as well as full service outpatient community mental health. RMHC is one of the oldest Community Mental health organizations in the state of Minnesota. We are certified as a National Health Service Corp site, and many of our current employees have stayed on for post-doctoral positions. We invite all applicants looking for a well rounded generalist training to submit applications. We have accepted interns from all over the country in the past and look forward to offering a unique training experience on the Iron Range of Minnesota.


Site: Florida Gulf Coast University Counseling and Psychological Services
Site #: 2239
TD Name: Laura Wright
TD Contact: lwright@fgcu.edu or 239-590-7950
Date/Time Added:
Wednesday, February 25, 9:00pm Eastern

The Counseling Center at FGCU in Fort Myers, Florida has 2 positions open. We want to emphasize that we prefer that applicants come from an APA-approved graduate program and have a minimum of 500 intervention hours. We strongly prefer college counseling center experience as well. We will be offering 1-hour Skype interviews between March 5th and 10th.


Site: University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler
Site #: 2345
TD Name: Kathryn Wortz, Ph.D.
TD Contact: kathryn.wortz@uthct.edu
Date/Time Added:
Tuesday, February 24, 6:45pm Eastern

The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler is now offering two internship positions of its own: formerly a member of the Lone Star Psychology Internship Consortium for 2 years, UTHSC Tyler has branched out on its own and is offering its own program beginning the 2015-2016 year. As a new program, this program is not currently an APPIC member. For more information, please visit our webpage: http://www.uthealth.org/graduate-medical-education/psychology-internship/. Thank you for your interest.


Site: Texas Juvenile Justice Department: Mart Residential Treatment Center & Giddings State School
Site #: 2198
TD Name: Madeleine Byrne Psy.D., LCSW, LSOTP
TD Contact: 254-297-8309; Madeleine.Byrne@tjjd.texas.gov
Date/Time Added:
Tuesday, February 24, 6:45pm Eastern

Texas Juvenile Justice Department Internship Consortium has 3 vacancies at this time. Giddings State School (GSS) has one opening available and Mart Residential Treatment Center (MRTC) has two openings available.

We are accepting applications from applicants looking to work with a high risk juvenile population. Both sites are secure facilities which house juvenile felony offenders from across the state of Texas. The training experience at Giddings State School emphasizes assessment and treatment of juvenile offenders while Mart Residential Treatment Center offers the opportunity to work with offenders presenting with serious mental illness. Please refer to our internship website: http://tjjdinternship.org/ and APPIC book page for further information regarding rotations and training opportunities.

Applications are welcome from applicants who have juvenile and/ or adult correctional experience, experience working with high risk population as well experience working in inpatient mental health facilities. Applicants should have experience in both treatment and assessment. This position is ideal for applicants who are interested in careers in either correctional/forensic psychology or working with seriously mentally ill juveniles.


Site: Connected Psychology
Site #: 2296
TD Name: Celeste Showers Sulc PsyD, RN
TD Contact: info@connectedpsychology.org
Date/Time Added:
Tuesday, February 24, 6:45pm Eastern

Connected Psychology, Washington, DC is excited to announce that we have added an additional intern opening for the 2015-2016 school year.


Site: MetroHealth Medical Center Child Clinical and Pediatric Psychology Internship
Program #: 229711
TD Name: Britt A. Nielsen, PsyD, ABPP
TD Contact: bnielsen@metrohealth.org
Date/Time Added:
Tuesday, February 24, 1:15am Eastern

The Child Clinical and Pediatric Psychology Internship at MetroHealth Medical Center, in Cleveland, Ohio, has openings for 2 interns for the 2015-2016 academic year. The training program focuses on pediatric integrated primary care and working with an underserved population.

Preference is given to applicants from APA-approved graduate programs in clinical psychology. Additionally, applicants must have a Master’s degree in psychology and have completed all of the requirements for their doctoral degree. We strongly encourage a background in child and adolescent developmental psychology, psychopathology, and experience working in a medical setting. Please see our website for information: www.metrohealth.org/education.

We will be conducting telephone or skype interviews between March 2nd and March 12, 2015.


Site: Central Texas Veterans Health Care System
Site #: 1591
TD Name: Andrew Cook, PhD
TD Contact: Andrew.Cook@va.gov, 254-743-2867
Date/Time Added:
Tuesday, February 24, 1:15am Eastern

CTVHCS has one open position at our Temple site. This intern’s training will be based in Temple, with the potential to complete one major rotation at our Waco or Austin sites. This intern will join 1 intern in Temple, and 2 interns each in Waco and Austin (6 total).

We welcome applications from candidates who will have completed 1200 practicum hours prior to starting internship. Our preferences for practicum hours are described in our APPIC listing and brochure: “Our program requires 1200 total practicum hours (assessment + intervention + supervision) prior to the start of internship. This includes desired minimums of 200 assessment and 400 intervention hours, with consideration given to an applicant's overall training background and fit with the program.”


Site: Federal Medical Center-Lexington KY
Site #: 1311
TD Name: A. Boateng, Ph.D.
TD Contact: aboateng@bop.gov
Date/Time Added:
Tuesday, February 24, 1:15am Eastern

FMC Lexington is looking to fill (1) vacant internship position in the Residential Drug Abuse Program. We encourage students to submit their application to us for Phase II. However, applicants should be aware we may be unable to offer a position by the March 26th deadline due to shortened time constraints and new federal guidelines regarding the hire of temporary interns. We will update applicants individually as to the status of our participation in Phase II, as well as any additional application materials that may be required. Thank you for your patience and best wishes for the match.


Site: VA Western NY Healthcare System
Site #: 1455
TD Name: Karl Frohm, PhD
TD Contact: karl.frohm@va.gov
Date/Time Added:
Tuesday, February 24, 1:15am Eastern

Our Neuropsychology rotation, supervised by Dr. Kerry Grohman, will not be available to interns for the first 6-month rotation of our 2015-2016 internship, and we will not know until well into the internship year whether this rotation will be available for the second half of internship, January to mid-July of 2016.

We continue to offer the following 10 rotations for 2015-2016:

Behavioral Health Clinic (Brad Brown, PsyD)
Behavioral Medicine (Karl Frohm, PhD)
Center for Integrated Healthcare (Greg Beehler, PhD)
Community Living Center—Batavia (Kim Curyto, PhD)
Geropsychology (Kathryn Moss, PhD)
PTSD (Amy Rodrigues, PhD)
Primary Care (Sheila Donovan, PhD)
Primary Care Pain Management (Denise Mercurio-Riley, PhD)
Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Recovery Center (Matt Abrams, PhD)
Substance Abuse Treatment (Lauretta Lascu, PsyD)


Site: University of Tennessee Professional Psychology Internship Consortium
Site #: 1560
TD Name: Melissa L Hoffmann, Ph.D.
TD Contact: Mhoffmann@uthsc.edu, 901-448-5944
Date/Time Added:
Tuesday, February 24, 1:15am Eastern

The UTPPIC is pleased to announce that a stipend for an additional intern position has become available. This position is for the general track only. Please see our website for additional information. PLEASE NOTE: This track is not currently available in the AAPI Online system but should be available for you to designate by Wednesday morning.


Site: Counseling Center at University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)
Site #: 2087
TD Name: Patricia L. Wick, Ph.D.
TD Contact: drwick@umbc.edu or 410-455-2472
Date/Time Added:
Monday, February 23, 11:30am Eastern

The Counseling Center at UMBC has 2 positions open. We want to emphasize that we require that applicants come from an APA-approved graduate program and have a minimum of 500 intervention hours. We strongly prefer college counseling center experience. We will be offering 1-hour Skype interviews between March 9th and 12th; we will notify applicants if they will be offered an interview no later than March 6th.


Site: London Clinical Psychology Residency Consortium
Site #: 1815
TD Name: Dr. Brent Hayman-Abello, C.Psych.
TD Contact: 519-663-3466 - brent.haymanabello@lhsc.on.ca
Date/Time Added:
Sunday, February 22, 11:10pm Eastern

Please note some important information about our Neuropsychology positions offered in Phase II. Two positions are listed under NMS Program #181516 “Neuropsychology – Adult Emphasis,” but we will also consider applications for the Neuropsychology Pediatric Emphasis. We invite persons seeking Adult or Child Neuropsychology training to apply.

Applicants who have already submitted an application to our site for Phase II but who would also like to apply for the Paediatric position should email the Training Directory no later than noon Eastern Time on Friday, February 27 to inform us of your interest. Those applicants are also welcome to email the Training Director a separate cover letter/brief statement explaining why they feel they would be a good match for the Paediatric emphasis Track.

As well, we are pleased to announce some additional Neuropsychology training opportunities (for both adult and pediatric emphases) in 2015-2016 that were not listed in our brochure: (1) Specialized Geriatric Services (SGS), supervised by Dr. Jennifer Fogarty, focuses on outpatient services to a wide range of individuals aged 55 years and older. This includes those with subjective cognitive impairment, mild cognitive impairment, as well as frail elderly with complex medical, psychiatric and cognitive comorbidities. (2) Regional Psychogeriatric Program, supervised by Dr. Lorraine McFadden, provides assessment and consultation services to geriatric clients aged 65 and older who are typically medically complex and may display Responsive Behaviours (such as confusion, agitation, aggression, wandering, etc.). Dementia is a common known or suspected illness.


Site: Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital
Site #: 1273
TD Name: Rocco Domanico, Ph.D.
TD Contact: 847-755-8026 - Rocco.Domanico@alexian.net
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 7:00pm Eastern

Applicants should note some important changes to the positions that we will be offering in Phase II. (1) We are reducing the number of positions in the Eating Disorders / Self Injury track from two to one. (2) We are creating one position in a new training track, described below, called “OCD/Anxiety and Sleep Disorders.” This track is not currently available in the AAPI Online system but should be available for you to designate by Tuesday or Wednesday. Applicants who have already submitted an application to our site for Phase II and who are interested in this new training track should e-mail the Training Director no later than noon Eastern time on Friday, February 27, to inform him of your interest.

New track in OCD/Anxiety and Sleep Disorders: Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital (ABBHH) is offering one internship position that provides intensive training in the treatment of anxiety disorders and sleep disorders for adolescents and adults. This intern trains for 6 months in the OCD/Anxiety PHP of ABBHH and the following 6 months in the Center for Sleep Disorders. The treatment models for both programs are empirically based and consist of group therapy (psycho-education primarily) and individual treatment interventions. Both programs are based upon Cognitive Behavioral science with an emphasis on Exposure with Response Prevention (ERP) in the treatment of OCD/Anxiety and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) in the treatment of sleep disorders. The intern can expect to be fully involved in all aspects of both rotations, from assessing potential clients to doing ERP or CBT-I with patients on a daily basis. Options for a rotation in an integrated health care setting may be incorporated during the second half of the training year. In addition to the focused training acquired in the assessment/treatment of severe anxiety and sleep disorders, the intern will also receive year-long training in traditional outpatient psychotherapy through our Outpatient Training Clinic, psychological assessment across the continuum of care, and supervision training with doctoral students. Individual and group supervision and didactics round out the intern’s training experience. By the end of the training year, the intern will have a solid foundation in effectively providing CBT based treatments for individuals diagnosed with severe anxiety disorders and sleep disorders.


Site: Nebraska Mental Health Centers
Site #: 1781
TD Name: Leland Zlomke, Ph.D.
TD Contact: lzlomke@nmhc-clinics.com - (402) 806-1700 - (402) 483-6990
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 7:00pm Eastern

Nebraska Mental Health Centers in Lincoln, Nebraska has one (1) vacancy for Phase II. Applicants with children and family experience are preferred. Applicants who are offered an interview must also submit a de-identified psychological assessment report in order to be considered for this position. This position is excellent for candidates who are interested in a career in a private practice community-based center.


Site: Thomas E. Cook Counseling Center at Virginia Tech
Site #: 1604
TD Name: Cathye Griffin Betzel, Psy.D.
TD Contact: cbetzel@vt.edu - (540) 231-6557
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 10:00am Eastern

The Thomas E. Cook Counseling Center at Virginia Tech is pleased to announce the addition of 1 position in the APA-accredited internship program for the 2015-2016 training year. In addition to a focus in college counseling, this position includes a primary specialty track in Alcohol Abuse counseling in collaboration with Virginia Tech's Campus Alcohol Abuse Prevention Center.


Site: University of Kentucky Counseling Center: Consultation and Psychological Services
Site #: 2227
TD Name: Diane Sobel
TD Contact: dsobe00@uky.edu - (859) 257-8701
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 10:00am Eastern

We are excited to announce that The University of Kentucky Counseling Center Doctoral Psychology Internship recently secured funding for 2 additional intern positions for a total of 4 positions for the 2015-16 year. For more information about our program, please see our website at http://www.uky.edu/StudentAffairs/Counseling/psych_intern.html. For additional information or questions please feel free to contact Dr. Diane Sobel, Training Director.


Site: Neuropsychology & Complementary Medicine (NaCMed)
Site #: 2333
TD Name: Dr. Melissa Winters
TD Contact: melissawinters@nacmed.com - 540-999-6221
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 10:00am Eastern

One internship opening is available in the Assessment track. Qualified applicants will have strong assessment background with at least 15 integrated reports; and can choose from primary rotations in either psychological or neuropsychological assessment, and minor rotations available in forensic and inpatient psychiatric as well as inpatient medical; and health/behavior assessments (pre-surgical & opioid clearances).


Site: Sweetser Psychology Internship
Program #: 233611
TD Name: Aaron Blanchette, Psy.D.
TD Contact: 207-373-3023 - ablanchette@sweetser.org
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 10:00am Eastern

Sweetser in Brunswick Maine is offering two psychology internship positions for the 2015-2016 training year. This will be our first year with a psychology internship program. Interns will split most of their time between crisis and assessment rotations, with some opportunities for individual and group therapy. More information on our internship is available at the following website: www.sweetser.org/psychology-internship.php


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 - 702.895.3627
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 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: Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Center
Program #: 181311
TD Name: Dr. Steven Jefferson
TD Contact: 902-473-4795 - steven.jefferson@cdha.nshealth.ca
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 10:00am Eastern

Please be advised that we will not be offering the Geriatric (clinical) rotation during the 2015-2016 residency year. In addition, the Family Medicine Rotation will be combined with Insomnia rotation, so it is expected that a resident who works in the Family Medicine rotation will see Insomnia patients, as well.


Site: Hampton VAMC
Site #: 1731
TD Name: Kathy Babel, Psy.D.
TD Contact: 757-722-9961 x2426 - kathy.babel@va.gov
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 10:00am Eastern

VAMC Hampton has two open slots for our “General Psychology" Track. A total of approximately 1400 hours are spent in the four required rotations. The required rotations are Inpatient Psychiatry, Outpatient Mental Health, PTSD Clinic (PCT), and the Drug Abuse Program (DAP). Two 340 hour elective rotations allow the intern to explore areas of his or her interest. Applicants must meet all eligibility requirements for a VA Program (please see our website). Additionally, applicants must: (1) have a minimum of 1200 practicum hours with a minimum of 400 practicum hours of intervention and assessment; (2) have completed at least 5 integrated psychological assessment batteries, and (3) must have administered at least 5 WAIS-III/WAIS-IVs and/or other intellectual assessments and at least 5 MMPI-IIs and/or PAIs.


Site: University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology Internship Consortium
Site #: 1176
TD Name: Jenny Cornish, Ph.D.
TD Contact: Jennifer.Cornish@du.edu
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 10:00am Eastern

The APA accredited University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology Internship Consortium is exclusively affiliated during Phase I, but all positions remaining in Phase II this year are now open to national candidates. Please contact the Training Director or visit our website for further information: http://www.du.edu/gspp/programs/consortium/index.html


Site: Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center
Site #: 1236
TD Name: MAJ Patrice Shanahan, PsyD
TD Contact: Patrice.e.shanahan.mil@mail.mil or 706-787-3780
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 10:00am Eastern

Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center has 1 vacancy for Phase II. Please visit our website at http://www.ddeamc.amedd.army.mil/GME/InterResPrograms/cpip/default.aspx . A yearlong post-doctoral residency is available for those who complete their dissertation by the end of internship.

Applicant must submit an online APPI including confirmation of approved proposal for CRP /dissertation prior to application deadline.

We strongly encourage applicants to engage with an AMEDD Recruiter as soon as possible in order to ascertain they meet requirements to enter the Army as an officer. Apply with your local Army Healthcare Recruiter. www.goarmy.com 1-800-USA-Army. Match is contingent upon meeting requirements for commission in the U.S. Army.


Site: Veterans Healthcare System of the Ozarks
Program #: 233711
TD Name: James Fuendeling, Ph.D.
TD Contact: james.fuendeling@va.gov; 479-444-5048 or 479-443-4301 ext. 67515
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 10:00am Eastern

The new internship at Veterans Healthcare System of the Ozarks is seeking to fill one position through Phase II of the match. This position will include a major rotation in our General Mental Health clinic. Significant training experiences in the PTSD Clinical Team and Neuropsychology will also be available as part of the internship, as well as other minor rotations. The position is fully funded, with a stipend of $23,974. Applicants must be students in an accredited program in Clinical or Counseling Psychology. Because this is a VA internship, our interns will be eligible for postdoctoral fellowships or staff positions with VA, even though the internship is not yet accredited. For more information, please refer to our brochure at: http://www.fayettevillear.va.gov/careers/psychinternshipbrochure.pdf


Site: Wyoming State Hospital Pre-doctoral Psychology Internship
Program #: 164215
TD Name: Denise M. DeBarre, Ph.D.
TD Contact: denise.debarre@wyo.gov
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 10:00am Eastern

In order to be considered for the he Forensic Emphasis/Adult SPMI internship position at WSH, applicants must be from an APA-approved doctoral program, must have forensic coursework and/or forensic experience, and must have had at least 20 patients with severe mental illness. Those who have had experience with forensic assessments (e.g., SIRS-II, MFAST, Hare PCL-R, competency assessments) are preferred. Applicants who are offered an interview must also submit a de-identified psychological assessment report in order to be considered for the position. This position is ideal for candidates who are interested in careers in either forensic psychology or working with seriously mentally ill adults.


Site: Scott & White Healthcare Psychology Internship Program (S&W PIP)
Site #: 2195
TD Name: Michael P. Carey, Ph.D.
TD Contact: 254-935-5083 - mcarey@sw.org
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 10:00am Eastern

We are pleased to announce that the number of minor rotation training rotations available to psychology interns has been significantly expanded. These descriptions have not been added to our brochure or website posting. Minor rotations currently available are as follows: Child/Pediatric Minor Rotations include: Consultation/liaison at McLane’s Children's Hospital, Health Psychology, Child and Adolescent Group Therapy, Child Development Individual and or Family Therapy, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Individual and or Family Therapy, Child and Adolescent Sleep Disorders Clinic. The adult minor rotations include the following-Primary Care Psychology at Santa Fe Clinic, Primary Care Psychology at Waco Clinic, Neuropsychology, Alcohol and Drug Dependence Treatment Program. - Please email the Training Director if you would like a copy of the description of the minor rotations.


Site: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Program #: 183211
TD Name: Dr. Niki Fitzgerald, Ph.D., C.Psych.
TD Contact: Niki.Fitzgerald@camh.ca
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 10:00am Eastern

The position available at CAMH is in the adult track. The position involves 2 days in the Mood and Anxiety Ambulatory Services and 2 days in the Borderline Personality Disorder Clinic. Please refer to the brochure for a complete description of these rotations. Unfortunately the position is only open to Canadian citizens.


Site: University of North Dakota Psychology Internship Center
Program #: 200111
TD Name: Rhandi Clow, PhD
TD Contact: Rhandi.clow@email.und.edu - 701-777-2127
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 10:00am Eastern

University of North Dakota Psychology Internship Center has one position in Match Phase II. This position is funded by the Seven Generations of Excellence grant, which is given to fund a Native American intern. We are accepting applications for this position from applicants who identify as Native American. We are, unfortunately, limited by the parameters of the grant and not able to consider non-native applicants.


Site: University of Pittsburgh Counseling Center
Program #: 154211
TD Name: Kym Jordan Simmons, PhD
TD Contact: 412.648.7930 or ksimmons@pitt.edu
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 10:00am Eastern

We require a minimum of 400 individual adult clinical hours. Group (co)facilitation experience is necessary; process group experience is highly desired. At least one year of university counseling center experience by the end of the current academic semester is mandatory.


Site: Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology
Site #: 1416
TD Name: Dennis E. McChargue, Ph.D.
TD Contact: dmcchargue2@unl.edu, 402-417-6120
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 10:00am Eastern

Program 141620 – Munroe-Meyer Institute Rural IS NOT offering an internship position in Phase II. Program 141621 – Boys Town Intshp – Grand Island IS accepting applications in Phase II. Questions about the Boys Town position at the Behavioral Health Clinic in Grand Island, Nebraska, may be addressed to Tara Borsh, Psy.D., Boys Town – Grand Island Training Coordinator, Tara.Borsh@boystown.org, 308-381-8851.


Site: University of San Diego Counseling Center
Site #: 1750
TD Name: Karen Lese-Fowler
TD Contact: klese@sandiego.edu
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 10:00am Eastern

Staff and trainees at USD have been increasingly collaborating with and providing services at the Student Health Center. In addition to our Collaborative Care rotation, staff and interns are also called upon to intervene at times at the Student Health Center. The SHC on the USD campus is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care. In order to provide health services, health care workers at such sites are required to abide by guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control, as well as California and San Diego healthcare regulations. In compliance with these regulations, very recently we were asked to establish a policy that states that our staff and interns must be up to date on their immunizations, including measles, pertussis, and influenza, and to be tested for tuberculosis. If you have questions about this, please feel free to email our Coordinator of Training, Karen Lese-Fowler, at klese@sandiego.edu.


Site: BC Child & Youth Community-Based Psychology Residency Program
Site #: 1856
TD Name: Dr. Susan Hackett
TD Contact: Ph. 604-469-7609 - Susan.Hackett@gov.bc.ca
Date/Time Added:
Saturday, February 21, 10:00am Eastern

The BC Child & Youth Community Based Psychology Residency Program provides a unique urban and rural Aboriginal and mainstream community psychology experience in both the South and North of beautiful British Columbia. Applicants must be Canadian or already have a visa enabling them to work in Canada. Aboriginal applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.