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

LAST UPDATED: Saturday, March 12, 2016 - 1:30 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 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 20, 2016 for new postings.

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Site: Talbert House Psychology Internship Program
Site #: 2101
TD Name: Margaret Cornell
TD Contact: margaret.cornell@talberthouse.org, 513 751-7747 ext. 1084
Date/Time Added: Saturday, March 12, 1:30am Eastern

The Talbert House Psychology Internship Program is reducing the number of open slots from 5 to 2 so as to redirect funding towards new practicum placements (2nd year and 3rd year graduate students) and practicum student programming. Thank you and we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused for applicants.


Site: VA Maryland Health Care System/University of Maryland School of Medicine Psychology Internship Consortium
Site #: 1347
TD Name: Jade Wolfman-Charles, Ph.D.
TD Contact: Jade.Wolfman-Charles@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Saturday, March 12, 1:30am Eastern

The VA Maryland Health Care System/University of Maryland School of Medicine Psychology Internship Consortium has regrettably withdrawn the following position from Phase II due to an unforeseen change in supervisory resources: 134721 - UM Trauma Recovery


Site: Springfield Hospital Center
Site #: 1354
TD Name: Talia Cronk, Psy.D.
TD Contact: 410-970-7145 - talia.cronk@maryland.gov
Date/Time Added: Friday, March 4, 3:30pm Eastern

Springfield Hospital Center will not be filling its third vacant position for next year, and thus has withdrawn from Phase II of the Match.


Site: The Wright Institute Integrated Health Psychology Training Program
Site #: 2228
TD Name: Temre Uzuncan, PsyD
TD Contact: tuzuncan@wi.edu
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 3, 1:15am Eastern

The Wright Institute, Integrated Health Psychology Training Program, an APA accredited internship program that typically accepts only students from the Wright Institute is now opening up internship positions to students from all APA- and CPA- accredited programs for Phase II for the 2016-17 year. The application deadline is Friday, March 4, 12 noon PST.


Site: Ponce Health Sciences University Psychology Internship Consortium
Site #: 1791
TD Name: Maria Garrido, Psy.D.
TD Contact: mgarrido@psm.edu - 787-619-2307
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 1, 4:00pm Eastern

The Ponce Health Sciences University Psychology Internship Consortium is pleased to announce the availability of a newly funded position in its Generalist Training at the CPS/BHC (Match code 179112) for the internship year July 1, 2016-June 30, 2017. APPLICATIONS ARE DUE MONDAY, MARCH 7, 2016, 12 NOON EASTERN TIME. PLEASE NOTE: This is a program-affiliated internship, therefore, applications will be accepted only from Ponce Health Sciences University internship applicants. This is a year-long position in our outpatient clinics with an emphasis on Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT) skills. The successful candidate will have completed coursework and have a minimum of one semester of supervised practicum in DBT skills along with a demonstrated commitment to serving clients with significant personality pathology. Stipend and benefits included. For additional information please contact Maria Garrido, Psy.D., Consortium Director, at mgarrido@psm.edu.


Site: Range Mental Health Center
Site #: 2153
TD Name: Victoria M. Othon, PsyD, LP
TD Contact: vothon@rangementalhealth.org 218-263-9237 ext 1316
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 1, 3:45pm Eastern

Range Mental Health Center of Northern Minnesota has 2 remaining positions to fill for its upcoming internship year. RMHC provides a full range of Community mental health services including rotations in Chemical dependency inpatient, Residential Crisis stabalization unit at Wellstone Center, IRTS Residential male and female 90 day program at Merritt house, and Outpatient focus serving all ages for individual, family, and group psychotherapy as well as psychological assessment. RMHC provides a solid generalist training experience in a rural community mental health setting that is quite unique. We will continue accepting applications through March 5th.


Site: Headway Emotional Health Services
Site #: 2281
TD Name: Jeff Mills
TD Contact: jeff.mills@headway.org and 612-798-8187
Date/Time Added: Friday, February 26, 4:30pm Eastern

Headway plans on accepting and reviewing pre-doctoral internship applications for phase II of the match process until Friday 03/04/2016 at 12pm Central Time.


Site: Truman Medical Centers
Site #: 2299
TD Name: Dr. Shawn McDaniel
TD Contact: 816-404-3715 or shawn.mcdaniel@tmcmed.org
Date/Time Added: Friday, February 26, 4:30pm Eastern

Truman Medical Centers is extending its application deadline for its one remaining inpatient position in Phase II until March 4th. Please visit www.trumaninternship.org for more information regarding the site.


Site: Connected Psychology
Site #: 2296
TD Name: Dr. Celeste Crotty
TD Contact: celeste@connectedpsychology.org
Date/Time Added: REVISED Friday, February 26, 4:30pm Eastern (Originally posted 2/26 3:00am)

Connected Psychology has 4 intern positions available in a community based setting that serves children and families in Ward 8 in Washington, DC. We have recently partnered with a new organization and will be expanding services to reach more children. If you are interested in serving children and families in the Nations Capital, and would like more information about our internship site, please contact you can Dr. Celeste Crotty at celeste@connectedpsychology.org. or visit our website at connectedpsychology.org.

ADDENDUM: We will continue to accept applications until March 7th.


Site: Gulf Coast VA – Joint Ambulatory Care Center
Site #: 2374
TD Name: Candace Drake
TD Contact: 850-912-2296 or Candace.drake@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Friday, February 26, 3:00am Eastern

The Gulf Coast VA – JACC internship site is pleased to announce that we will be accepting applications for Phase II up until Friday, March 4th at midnight Central Time. The JACC internship site is a newly funded program, located in Pensacola, Florida. Our training brochure can be found on the Gulf Coast VA website at http://www.biloxi.va.gov/services/Psychology/Overview.asp or contact Dr. Drake at Candace.drake@va.gov for more information.


Site: Nevada Psychology Internship Consortium (NV-PIC)
Site #: 2323 (The open slots are for NNAMHS [2323-13] and SNAMHS [2323-12])
TD Name: Sean Dodge, PsyD
TD Contact: sdodge@health.nv.gov, (775)782-3671, ext 239
Date/Time Added: Friday, February 26, 3:00am Eastern

The Nevada Psychology Consortium (NV-PIC) would like to announce that two of its sites, Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services (NNAMHS) and Southern Nevada Mental Health Services (SNAMHS), is extending the deadline for submission of applications. Both NNAMHS and SNAMHS are taking applications until Monday, February 29th.


Site: FMC Lexington
Site #: 1311
TD Name: A. Boateng, Ph.D., L.P.
TD Contact: aboateng@bop.gov - 859.255.6812 ext 5660
Date/Time Added: Thursday, February 25, 3:30pm Eastern

FMC Lexington will be withdrawing from the Phase II match. The reason is primarily due to federal hiring guidelines and our inability to fully process applications by the March 21st Phase II Match Day. We do plan to fill our (1) vacant position before July 2016. Applicants who remain in need of internship after Phase II may look for updates via the APPIC Post Match Vacancy Service. Please forward any questions to the Training Director.


Site: Federal Correctional Complex, Allenwood, PA
Site #: 2365
TD Name: Caron Heigel, Ph.D.
TD Contact: 570-547-0963 x6554, cheigel@bop.gov
Date/Time Added: Thursday, February 25, 3:30pm Eastern

FCC Allenwood is unable to participate in Phase II.


Site: Kentucky River Community Care
Site #: 2183
TD Name: Brenda Hughes, Ph.D., H.S.P.P.
TD Contact: brenda.hughes@krccnet.com; 606-436-5761 ext 1925
Date/Time Added: Thursday, February 25, 3:30pm Eastern

Kentucky River Community Care will continue to accept applications until Monday, March 7th.


Site: Nevada Psychology Internship Consortium (NV-PIC)
Site #: 2323 (The open slots are for NNAMHS [2323-13] and SNAMHS [2323-12])
TD Name: Sean Dodge, PsyD
TD Contact: sdodge@health.nv.gov, (775)782-3671, ext 239
Date/Time Added: Thursday, February 25, 2:10pm Eastern

The Nevada Psychology Internship Consortium (NV-PIC) would like to announce for those applicants interested in a forensic psychology internship that at least one of the two internship positions available at SNAMHS has the possibility of being a forensically oriented training. In addition to its existing psychiatric hospital and outpatient clinics, SNAMHS recently expanded their program to include forensic inpatient units. The population served are patients referred by the courts for adjudicative competence concerns. An intern interested in a forensic experience will have the opportunity to learn case law related to adjudicative competence, how to conduct thorough records reviews, write forensic evaluations, interview forensic patients, and conduct psychological and forensic testing. The intern will have the opportunity to learn instruments such as the ECST-R, M-FAST, SIMS, SIRS, MCAT-CA, and TOMM, to name a few. Interns will have the opportunity to participate in weekly case consultation meetings with psychiatric students and residents. Interns will learn to consult with the direct care staff and write and implement behavior plans. Furthermore, interns will have the opportunity to learn to conduct comprehensive risk assessments. Please contact the NV-PIC Training Director (Dr. Sean Dodge, sdodge@health.nv.gov) and/or the SNAMHS Site Director (Dr. Shera Bradley, sbradley@health.nv.gov) for any questions. Additional information about NV-PIC can be found at: www.nv-pic.org. SNAMHS will be accepting applications until Monday February 29th.


Site: University of North Dakota Psychology Internship Center
Site #: 2001
TD Name: Rhandi Clow, PhD
TD Contact: Rhandi.clow@email.und.edu - 701-777-2127
Date/Time Added: Thursday, February 25, 1:30pm Eastern

University of North Dakota Psychology Internship Center has one (1) position in Match Phase II. This position is funded by the Seven Generations of Excellence grant, which is given to fund an intern with Native American or American Indian heritage and American citizenship. We are, unfortunately, limited by the parameters of the grant and are only able to consider applicants who would be eligible for the grant. Please note that this position was just submitted to NMS and will not appear on the NMS web site or in the AAPI Online until Monday 2/29. Applications will be accepted until Friday, March 4, at 9:00am Central Time.


Site: San Bernardino Department of Behavioral Health
Site #: 1151
TD Name: Kipp Thorn, Psy.D.
TD Contact: (909)-252-4042; kthorn@dbh.sbcounty.gov
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, February 24, 10:00pm Eastern

3 positions are available: 2 Forensic/Outpatient combined, 1 General Outpatient. In-person interviews NOT required: All interviews via video conferencing or phone for phase II. Applicants are welcome and encouraged to call the Training Director for program/rotation information and/or requests for exceptions/accomodations. Applications for phase II will be accepted until 11:59 PM, 2-28-16.


Site: Utah State Hospital
Site #: 1594
TD Name: Amanda Rapacz, PsyD
TD Contact: 801-344-4474, arapacz@utah.gov
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, February 24, 9:00pm Eastern

The Utah State Hospital has updated their website, which includes a change to the training program's web address. The internship brochure is available at the new address http://ush.utah.gov/psychology-training and the APPIC Directory has been updated to reflect this change. We currently have two internship positions available: one with an inpatient clinical focus and one with a forensic focus.


Site: Fort Worth ISD
Site #: 1651
TD Name: Louanne Parker, PhD
TD Contact: 817 814 6800; louanne.parker@fwisd.org
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, February 23, 10:30pm Eastern

Fort Worth ISD will not be filling its third vacant position for next year, and thus has withdrawn from Phase II of the Match.


Site: London Clinical Psychology Residency Consortium
Site #: 1815
TD Name: Dr. Brent Hayman-Abello, C.Psych.
TD Contact: Brent.HaymanAbello@lhsc.on.ca - (519)663-3466
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, February 23, 10:30pm Eastern

There have been some unexpected staff changes at the London Consortium that have resulted in some training experiences being temporarily unavailable in the 2016-2017 training year:

- In the ADULT MENTAL HEALTH TRACK, we will not be able to offer either Major or Minor rotations in the Prevention and Early Intervention Program for Psychoses, Geriatric Mental Health, or Geriatric Psychiatry services (at our Victoria Hospital and Parkwood Institute Sites).

- The Psychology in Management Minor Rotation (all Tracks) will also not be available due to a recent retirement.

There remain a large number of training opportunities in both Major and Minor rotations and encourage all applicants who meet eligibility criteria to apply.


Site: Kentucky River Community Care
Site #: 2183
TD Name: Brenda Hughes, Ph.D.
TD Contact: 606-436-5761 ext 1925 (office) brenda.hughes@krccnet.com
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, February 23, 10:30pm Eastern

Kentucky River Community Care is pleased to announce that we have received notification of approval for an accreditation site visit by APA. Please be advised that there is no assurance that we will be able to successfully achieve accreditation.


Site: Palos Behavioral Health Professionals
Site #: 1939
TD Name: Julie Johnson, Psy.D.
TD Contact: juliepbhp@gmail.com - 708-671-8440
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, February 23, 10:30pm Eastern

Palos Behavioral Heath Professionals is pleased to announce that we have submitted our APA self study application for full accreditation. While we know that this does not guarantee accreditation, we are very much excited about the process. In addition, we will be offering either an on-site or Skype/FaceTime interview to applicants for Phase II.


Site: River Valley Justice Center
Site #: 2320
TD Name: Dr. Kathryn Murphy
TD Contact: kmurphy@willcountyillinois.com
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, February 23, 10:15am Eastern

The River Valley Detention Center (RVDC) in Joliet, Illinois has three openings for full-time pre-doctoral psychology internship positions with stipends of $21,000. River Valley Detention Center is a 102 bed temporary placement center for male and female juveniles between the ages of ten and seventeen awaiting court decisions on their cases. During the course of the year, interns will obtain 2000 hours, with a large majority of the time spent face to face with clients either through individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, psychological assessments, crisis management, and intake assessments. Applicants can find out more information about our mental health department and training program at http://www.rivervalleydetention.com.


Site: Friends Hospital
Site #: 1535
TD Name: Dawn DeBrocco, Psy.D.
TD Contact: Not Specified
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, February 23, 9:45am Eastern

Positions available: 3; Child/adolescent Track; Locations: Foundations Behavioral Health and The Horsham Clinic. More information about these locations and training experiences can be found in the internship handbook on our website. www.friendshospital.com


Site: Primary Care Psychology Associates (PCPA)
Site #: 2203
TD Name: Yana Dubinsky, Psy.D.
TD Contact: 847-686-0090 ext 112 - ydubinsky@pcpachicago.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, February 22, 9:00pm Eastern

PCPA has 1 unfilled internship position in our Pediatric Psychology Track and we are excited to review applications from students participating in Phase II. We invite applicants to visit our website www.pcpachicago.com for more information about our training program, and specifically for those interested in Integrated Behavioral Health in an urban setting, Chicago! Our APA-site visit is scheduled for March 28th and March 29th, 2016. Please be advised that although this is an important step towards accreditation, there is no guarantee we will receive accreditation.


Site: Brattleboro Retreat
Site #: 2254
TD Name: Susan Balaban, Ph.D.
TD Contact: (802) 258-6148; sbalaban@brattlebororetreat.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, February 22, 9:00pm Eastern

The Brattleboro Retreat is participating in Phase II of the Match. The Retreat is pleased to announce that we are expanding the scope of our Psychology Doctoral Program. In addition to the current rotations in our Hospital Outpatient Programs (Uniform Services and the Birches), outpatient psychological testing, and the Mind Body Pain Clinic, interns will have the opportunity to carry individual psychotherapy cases in the Anna Marsh Clinic. The Clinic provides short and long term therapeutic services to children, adolescents, adults and families (for more information go to: http://www.brattlebororetreat.org/programs/anna-marsh-clinic-adults).

Located in southern Vermont the Brattleboro Retreat provides inpatient and outpatient psychiatric services to a large and diverse population. We offer several unique learning experiences including the opportunity to work in a dedicated treatment program for uniformed services personnel (e.g., military, law enforcement, and corrections) and first responders (e.g., fire, emt), and one of the few non-interventional (i.e., no use of medications or surgery) pain clinics in the country. The Brattleboro Retreat is an equal opportunity employer. Please visit our website for more information (http://www.brattlebororetreat.org/psychology-internship-program), or contact me directly.


Site: Stony Brook Univ/L. Krasner Psychological Center
Site #: 2371
TD Name: Dina Vivian, Ph.D.
TD Contact: dina.vivian@stonybrook.edu, (631) 632-7830
Date/Time Added: Monday, February 22, 9:00pm Eastern

The Leonard Krasner Psychological Center (KPC) is an outpatient mental health facility affiliated with the doctoral program in clinical psychology at Stony Brook University, a doctoral program that ranks 11th in the US. The KPC currently offers one vacancy in its newly established doctoral internship program. In parallel with the clinical scientist model underlying the doctoral program, the KPC internship is based on an Evidence Based Practice in Psychology model and seeks to integrate science and practice to its fullest. Strongly based on CBT approaches, the internship program includes a "General Track" with specialized practicum in the evaluation and treatment of depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, ADHD, and general psychopathology; although the intern will have access to pediatric populations, the bulk of the practicum is with adult clients. Available is also a "Blended Track" that, in addition to the above described practicum at the KPC, offers a practicum in behavioral medicine. This latter practicum includes experience with clients undergoing bariatric surgery (Dept. of Surgery, Stony Brook Medicine) and clients treated at the Mind and Body Research and Clinical Center (Dept. of Outpatient Psychiatry). The stipend for the internship is $26,500 with full benefits. Please submit your application for Phase II of the Match through the APPIC portal.


Site: Connection’s Academy East
Site #: 2381
TD Name: Ruth Tompkins, Psy.D.
TD Contact: 224.544.5920 ext. 101 - rtompkins@connectionsacademyeast.net
Date/Time Added: Monday, February 22, 9:00pm Eastern

Connection’s Academy East in Lake Forest Illinois has added one additional internship position for the 2016-2017 training year, bringing our site’s total number of internship positions to 3. Please contact our Training Director, Ruth Tompkins, Psy.D at 224. 544.5920 ext. 101 or rtompkins@connectionsacademyeast.net


Site: Southwest Louisiana Psychology Consortium
Site #: 2243
TD Name: Lawrence Dilks, Ph.D.
TD Contact: swlainternship@gmail.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, February 22, 9:00pm Eastern

The Southwest Louisiana Psychology Consortium is happy to announce that we will be able to increase our internship stipend to $27,000 for the upcoming 2016-2017 internship year. There is currently one internship position available. We encourage all interested students who meet our qualifications to apply. For any further information, please contact swlainternship@gmail.com.


Site: Marin County HHS Psychology Internship: Latino Family Health program
Site #: 1927
TD Name: Carol Kerr, PhD
TD Contact: 415-437-3255, ckerr@marincounty.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, February 22, 9:00pm Eastern

Two APA-accredited positions in an innovative clinical/community psychology program are available for candidates who are fluent in Spanish and English. Interns gain competencies in the following: (1) practice as a community-based, integral health psychologist, (2) direct provision of a broad range of mental health services to individuals and families affected by migration trauma, (3) prevention and early intervention programming, including teaching of parenting classes, production of psycho-educational Spanish language radio broadcasts and podcasts on health and wellness (www.cuerpocorazoncomunidad.org, https://archive.org/search.php?query=creator%3A%22Collins%20Media%20Services%22&sort=-publicdate), TV programs/videos, and bilingual newspaper articles, (4) supervision and consultation in Spanish, (5) interdisciplinary collaboration with a community mental health advocate promotores program working in suburban and rural settings. All interns conduct individual and group psychotherapy, psycho-diagnostic assessment (including psychometric testing), crisis intervention on our Psychiatric Emergency Services unit, and peer supervision.

A detailed description of the internship is available here: https://www.marinhhs.org/mental-health-graduate-clinical-training-program. For additional information about services offered by interns for our local Latino community, contact the Latino Family Health program director Marisol Muñoz-Kiehne, PhD at 415-473-6787, mmunoz-kiehne@marincounty.org. Contacts with current and recent interns, and link to the internship video they produced, are provided upon request.


Site: Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center
Site #: 1589
TD Name: Ann S. Hryshko-Mullen, Ph.D., ABPP-CHP, CBSM
TD Contact: 210-292-5968; ann.hryshkomullen.1@us.af.mil
Date/Time Added: Monday, February 22, 9:00pm Eastern

The Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center - an APA accredited internship site- is looking to fill five positions with qualified applicants. The year-long internship offers a salary of $60,000+, 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 recruiter who will assist you through additional application processes for commissioning.


Site: Oakland Psychological Services Center
Site #: 2289
TD Name: Rachyll Dempsey, PsyD
TD Contact: rdempsey@alliant.edu - 510-628-9065
Date/Time Added: Monday, February 22, 9:00pm Eastern

Oakland PSC would like to announce for interested Alliant applicants that we will be offering skype interviews for remote students and single individual interviews for all other in-person applicants.


Site: Community Counseling Center Psychology Internship
Site #: 1964
TD Name: Lisa A. Phillips
TD Contact: lphillips@cccmer.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, February 22, 9:00pm Eastern

We are very pleased to announce that our stipend for the 2016-2017 internship year has been raised to $19,240.00!


Site: Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan Internship Consortium
Site #: 2160
TD Name: Jim Theisen, PhD, LP
TD Contact: Phone: 651-846-3552 Email: jtheisen@argosy.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, February 22, 9:00pm Eastern

The Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan Internship Consortium (APPIC member; Member #2160)—an internship consortium affiliated with the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University—will be accepting applicants from other PsyD Clinical Psychology programs in the College of Clinical Psychology at Argosy University during Phase II of the match process. Two positions are available at Relate Counseling Center, a non-profit community based mental health agency with a focus on working with children and adolescents in Minnetonka, Minnesota, and one position is available at the Argosy Counseling Service, the university counseling service at our campus in Eagan, Minnesota. Stipends for these full-time positions are $22,000. For further information about these positions, please contact Jim Theisen, PhD, Consortium Director, by email at jtheisen@argosy.edu.


Site: Rochester Institute of Technology
Site #: 2391
TD Name: Caroline Easton, Ph.D.
TD Contact: caroline.easton@rit.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, February 22, 1:15pm Eastern

Rochester Institute of Technology, College of Health Science and Technology’s Psychology Internship Program (Rochester, New York) has openings for 4, paid full-time (i.e., 40 hours per week) pre-doctoral psychology internship positions with stipends ($26,000) and benefits (insurance coverage, office space/computer/ITS service). The internship is an excellent opportunity for interns who are seeking training within Adult/ Child Psychiatry, Addiction Psychiatry, Forensic Psychiatry and TeleHealth/Advancements in Technology w/in Psychiatry. Major rotations may include Rochester Regional Health Care System, Hillside, Easter Seals and Student Mental Health Clinics of RIT in Rochester, NY. Fellows have the opportunity to work with nationally and internationally recognized experts in mental health/family violence treatment, technological advancements in psychiatry, substance abuse research and forensic psychiatry.

Various minor rotations are also available. The applicant must be a US citizen, must be enrolled and in good standing clinical or counseling psychology program (APA accredited programs preferred but not limiting), and preferred to have a minimum of 250 direct patient contact hours to be considered. In addition, it is preferred that the applicant completed his/her comprehensive examinations and proposed the dissertation (or equivalent) to be considered for interview or ranking. For further information regarding the program (including a more detailed description of rotations), please contact Dr. Caroline Easton via e-mail @ caroline.easton@rit.edu and/or visit our website at the following link: https://www-staging.rit.edu/healthsciences/graduate-programs/clinical-psychology-internship/overview.


Site: Biola Counseling Center, Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University
Site #: 2263
TD Name: Michele M. Willingham, Psy.D.
TD Contact: michele.willingham@biola.edu, (562) 903-4800
Date/Time Added: Monday, February 22, 1:15pm Eastern

The Biola Counseling Center Internship will accept Phase II applications until 12 noon Pacific Standard Time Friday, February 26, 2016. Interviews will be held using V-See Monday through Friday 2/29 to 3/4; however, local candidates are invited to interview in person/on site, if they prefer. In person interviews can also take place on site for candidates from outside So. Cal. who are attending the CAPS International Conference in Pasadena, March 10-12. Writing samples (clinical treatment summary and testing report) will be requested from those invited to interview. For your information, BCC completed its APA site visit for accreditation on contingency last November 2015; please be advised that there is no assurance we will successfully achieve accreditation.


Site: University of Ottawa Center for Psychological Services
Site #: 1827
TD Name: Dr. Sophie Lebel, C.Psych.
TD Contact: sophie.lebel@uottawa.ca; (613) 562-5800 ext. 4811
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 20, 10:15am Eastern

The University of Ottawa Center for Psychological Services Internship Programme has three positions to fill. Position 182715 - Adult Clinical/Child/Family was previously reserved to University of Ottawa applicants and is now open to external applicants. Position 182717 - Adult Clinical/System was previously reserved to University of Ottawa applicants and remains open only to applicants from the University of Ottawa. Position 182719 – Adult/External Applicant was previously reserved to external applicants and remains available to external candidates.


Site: St. Cloud VA Health Care System
Site #: 2383
TD Name: Grace Tramm, PsyD and Glen A. Palmer, PhD
TD Contact: (320) 252-1670 Ext. 6028, Grace.Tramm@va.gov; (320) 252-1670 Ext. 7468, Glen.Palmer@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 20, 10:00am Eastern

St. Cloud VA Health Care System (Minnesota) has an opening for one full-time (i.e., 40 hours per week) pre-doctoral psychology internship position. The internship is an excellent opportunity for interns who are seeking generalist training. Major rotations may include Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program (RRTP), Health Psychology, Outpatient Mental Health Clinic, Acute Psychiatric Inpatient Unit/Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Recovery Center (PRRC), and Extended Care. Various minor rotations are also available. The applicant must be a US citizen, must be enrolled and in good standing in an APA-accredited clinical or counseling psychology program, and have a minimum of 250 direct patient contact hours to be considered. In addition, the applicant must have completed his/her comprehensive examinations and proposed the dissertation (or equivalent) to be considered for interview or ranking. Interns receive a yearly stipend for 2080 hours. Interns are eligible for health insurance (for self, spouse, and legal dependents) and for life insurance, just as are regular employees. For further information regarding the program (including a more detailed description of rotations), please contact Dr. Grace Tramm or Dr. Glen Palmer via e-mail.


Site: North Carolina State University Counseling Center
Site #: 2312
TD Name: Chris Carden, Ph.D.
TD Contact: dccarden@ncsu.edu
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 20, 10:00am Eastern

We require a minimum of 400 intervention hours and 3 years of graduate training. We are APPIC members. We are not yet APA Accredited, and there is no guarantee that we will be able to achieve accreditation, but we have submitted a comprehensive accreditation self-study to APA for consideration.


Site: San Mateo Medical Center
Site #: 2355
TD Name: Charlene Fuentes, Psy.D.
TD Contact: (650)573-2699; cfuentes@smcgov.org
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 20, 10:00am Eastern

San Mateo Medical Center will be participating in Match Phase II and have one position available for our Assessment Track only. We invite students to visit our website; www.smmcpsychologytraining.com, for further details about our Internship program. Applications are due by Thursday, February 25th.


Site: Battle Creek VA Medical Center
Site #: 1361
TD Name: Jessica H. Kinkela, Ph.D., ABPP-CN
TD Contact: 269-966-5600 extension 31155, Jessica.kinkela@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 20, 10:00am Eastern

We have an opening in our APA-Accredited internship at Battle Creek VA Medical Center within our Primary Care Track (136112). HOWEVER, some structural changes have occurred in the last 2 months, thus the description in our brochure is less accurate. It is more health psychology focused than primary care. Updated description is as follows:

The primary rotation is six months, 3.5 days/week in Health Psychology. Supervisor: Nicole Najar, PsyD, ABPP-Health Psychology. Activities include a range of health interventions including chronic disease management, shared medical appointments, bariatric evaluation, telehealth, weight management, diabetes interventions, coping with new diagnoses, medication adherence, and integrated team work. During this time you will participate in health/neuro specialty didactics. You also have the opportunity to view a bariatric surgery and complete a medical education project (e.g. presenting to primary care providers). In addition to this primary rotation, interns will select at least one other health related rotation that could be a major or minor experience such as: Pain Psychology, Primary-Care Mental Health Integration, Community Living Center/Geropsychology, Home Based Primary Care, Health/General Assessment. Trainees will also complete a rotation in Inpatient Mental Health, which is required for all interns. Finally, interns may select from 1-3 additional experiences that could be within any of the other available rotations listed in our brochure (e.g. residential treatment, PTSD outpatient, outpatient mental health). Individuals planning on moving toward advanced training in health, behavioral medicine, integrated care, rehabilitation, and/or geropsychology are likely to find this experience particularly appealing and will help them be competitive for postdocs.

REQUIREMENTS: Persons should have prior health psychology experience. Individuals who are primarily generalist who desire some work in an integrated setting are not appropriate for this track. Individuals who have clinical experience with WAIS-IV and MMPI-2 report writing will be more competitive.

Please contact training director directly with questions. Our program website is here: http://www.battlecreek.va.gov/careers/Battle_Creek_Psychology_Training_Programs.asp


Site: Devereux Massachusetts
Site #: 1947
TD Name: Ashley Warhol, Psy.D.
TD Contact: awarhol@devereux.org; 508-886-4746 x454
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 20, 10:00am Eastern

Devereux Massachusetts has two remaining openings and will be extending the application deadline to Monday, February 29th at 5:00pm ET. Interviews will be conducted via Skype beginning March 3rd. Please note that this internship program only accepts students from APA accredited graduate programs.


Site: Gulf Coast Veterans Healthcare System – Biloxi
Site #: 1401
TD Name: Shannon K. S. Fussell, Ph.D.
TD Contact: (228) 523-5045; shannon.fussell@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 20, 10:00am Eastern

The APA-Accredited Internship Program at Gulf Coast Veterans Healthcare System, Biloxi, Mississippi, announces a change to our required application materials for Phase II of the Match. During Phase II, we will accept a total of three (3) recommendation forms. There is no need to submit a fourth.


Site: Ramapo College of New Jersey Psychology Internship
Site #: 2366
TD Name: Michael Alcee, Ph.D.
TD Contact: (201) 684-7522, malcee@ramapo.edu
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 20, 10:00am Eastern

Ramapo College Counseling Center is offering 1 Full-Time or Part-Time Unfunded position; full-time or part-time status is dependent on the intern's interest and availability.


Site: University of Massachusetts-Amherst Center for Counseling and Psychological Health
Site #: 1320
TD Name: Linda Scott, Ph.D.
TD Contact: 413-545-2337; becklin@uhs.umass.edu; jenlex@uhs.umass.edu
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 20, 10:00am Eastern

We currently have 1 unfilled internship position and are excited to review applications from students participating in Match II. Please note that applications can only be accepted from advanced doctoral students currently enrolled in APA-approved clinical, counseling or professional psychology programs. Applicants must have completed a minimum of 500 hours of direct clinical contact. Applicants must be within 25 minutes of the University on the 35 days that they are on call for a 24 hour period. Applicants who have completed a minimum of 2 integrated testing reports will be preferred; a minimum of 1 integrated testing report is required. For additional information, please refer to our website: http://www.umass.edu/counseling/training-opportunities/doctoral-internship-psychology.


Site: Southwest Virginia Psychology Doctoral Internship Consortium
Site #: 2231
TD Name: James L. Werth, Jr., PhD, ABPP
TD Contact: 276-970-3008; jwerth@stonemtn.org
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 20, 10:00am Eastern

The Southwest Virginia Psychology Doctoral Internship Consortium is pleased to announce that our APA accreditation site visit will take place on March 17 and 18. We look forward to talking about our progress toward achieving accreditation with interviewees. This being said, please be advised that there is no assurance that we will be able to successfully achieve accreditation.


Site: Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks
Site #: 2337
TD Name: James M. Fuendeling, Ph.D.
TD Contact: james.fuendeling@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 20, 10:00am Eastern

The Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks in Fayetteville, AR, has two positions to fill during Phase II of the Match. These positions are best suited for interns interested in major rotations in our General Mental Health clinic or in Neuropsychology. We also offer a wide variety of minor rotations, and particularly encourage applications from students who wish to complete a rotation in palliative care. Because this is a VA internship, our graduates will be eligible for postdocs or professional positions in the VA. More information about our internship can be found in the Directory on Line or at our website: http://www.fayettevillear.va.gov/careers/psychintern.asp.


Site: State University of New York at Albany/University Counseling Center
Site #: 1663
TD Name: Joseph E. Bernier, Ph.D.
TD Contact: 518-442-5800, jbernier@albany.edu
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 20, 10:00am Eastern

Our department name has changed to “Counseling and Psychological Services”. The name change does not signify any change in the internship program or its full accreditation status under APA. Our internship program provides supervised experiences in assessment, counseling and psychotherapy, consultation, training and supervision, and program development, particularly as these occur in a university counseling setting. In addition to supervised experience, we use a diverse set of training seminars, individual and group supervision, and participant-observational learning opportunities to facilitate an interns' transition from graduate student to professional. Applications are being accepted for two positions. Suitable applicants will be interviewed by telephone with Counseling and Psychological Services’ staff and others, followed by the training director. Internship dates: August 9, 2016 – August 8, 2017. Remuneration: $25,000, accrued vacations and sick days, and a benefits package. Web address: http://www.albany.edu/counseling_center/


Site: Child and Family Guidance Center
Site #: 1143
TD Name: Susan Hall-Marley, PhD
TD Contact: 818-739-5344; training@childguidance.org
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 20, 10:00am Eastern

Child and Family Guidance Center in Northridge CA has one opening for an intern in our Outpatient and Outreach Services Department in which we provide an array of prevention, early intervention. Treatment and assessment programs for children and youth with emotional and/or behavioral difficulties. Due to cultural and linguistic factors, only applicants who are fluently bilingual in English and Spanish will be considered for this opening. For further information regarding our program, please visit our website at www.childguidance.org, or contact Dr. Hall-Marley at training@childguidance.org.


Site: Bay Pines VA Health Care System
Site #: 1198
TD Name: Zoe Proctor-Weber, PhD
TD Contact: Zoe.Proctor-Weber@va.gov - (727) 398-6661 x14678
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 20, 10:00am Eastern

The Bay Pines VA Health Care System will be reviewing Phase II AAPIs and conducting phone interviews for a Generalist or Neuropsychology focused internship candidate. The current staff composition is capable of providing diverse and specialized training opportunities, with over 50 clinical psychologists on staff. Our training staff is fully capable of providing the candidate with focused training in Neuropsychology that adheres to the Houston conference guidelines (i.e. extended specialty preparation in science and professional practice in Clinical Neuropsychology). Other specialist clinics offering double rotation training opportunities include Primary Care, Pain Psychology, Substance Abuse, SMI and Trauma.


Site: University of Pittsburgh Counseling Center
Site #: 1542
TD Name: Kym Jordan Simmons, PhD
TD Contact: 412.648.7930; ksimmons@pitt.edu
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 20, 10:00am Eastern

The internship salary for the University of Pittsburgh Counseling Center has been increased to $27,000 for the 2016-2017 training year.


Site: Utah State University Counseling and Psychological Services (USU CAPS)
Site #: 1592
TD Name: Eri Suzuki Bentley
TD Contact: eri.bentley@usu.edu - 435-797-1012
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 20, 10:00am Eastern

USU CAPS has adjusted the minimum application requirements for our APA-accredited doctoral internship. We eased on our requirement on dissertation proposal, and we now require dissertation proposal to be defended prior to the start of internship (August 1st). Please go to our website for more details: www.usu.edu/counseling. Our internship brochure will give you full description of our program and other application requirements - http://www.usu.edu/counseling/internship_program/Internship_Brochure.pdf


Site: Saskatoon Health Region
Site #: 1821
TD Name: Rupal Bonli, PhD (away until March 1; if any questions up to Feb 25, please contact Laurene Wilson, PhD)
TD Contact: Dr. Bonli: (306) 655-2348, rupal.bonli@saskatoonhealthregion.ca; until Feb 25th—Dr. Wilson (306)655-2344, Laurene.Wilson@saskatoonhealthregion.ca
Date/Time Added: Saturday, February 20, 10:00am Eastern

4 positions are available. For rotation details and other program information, please find our brochure at: https://www.saskatoonhealthregion.ca/locations_services/Services/cdm/Documents/CHP/PsychologyResidencycompletedoc.pdf. Our Child training focus is filled; no positions available so please do not submit applications for this area. 2 positions will be in the areas of Adult work—please see our brochure for details about rotations in: Rehabilitation Health Psychology; Neuropsychology; Clinical Health Psychology; Long-term Care and Seniors’ Health. Additional details in the brochure for minor rotation experiences. 2 positions are available focusing in Forensic work; if applying for the 6-month combined Child and Youth Rural Consultation and Saskatoon Police Service (Serious Violent Offender Response; SVOR) coursework in the areas of forensic psychology and/or human justice, as well as clinical forensic assessment and treatment experience is required