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Current List of Available Positions

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


The APPIC Post-Match Vacancy Service is currently OPEN

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Last Updated Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 6:00 pm Eastern Time


The APPIC Post-Match Vacancy Service (PMVS) began operation at the conclusion of Phase II of the APPIC Match. It provides a list of internship programs that are seeking applicants for unfilled positions for the 2022-23 training year. This list is NOT automatically generated, as internship Training Directors must submit a request to have their vacant position(s) included on this list.

This list is divided into two sections: Sites with vacancies and sites that have filled or closed all of their positions. The most recent postings (including updates to earlier postings) will be added to the top of each section. Please check back regularly for new vacancies and updates, particularly during the first few days of operation. Those who wish to be notified via e-mail of updates to this list may sign up for such notifications here after March 1, 2022.

All applications must be submitted via the AAPI application service (please note that this is a change from previous years). Applications may NOT be submitted via e-mail or any other method. Please see the PMVS instructions for more information. Sites may choose to stop accepting applications at any time.

Information about the PMVS is available here. Please note that all individuals who use the APPIC PMVS, including Training Directors and internship applicants, must abide by the APPIC Match Policies. The PMVS operates from March 21, 2022 through October 31, 2022.

Students must be enrolled in a PMVS-eligible doctoral program in order to use the PMVS and/or accept a position at an APPIC-member internship program. Information on PMVS eligibility for doctoral programs and students can be found here (see "APPLICANT FEES AND ELIGIBILITY"). A list of doctoral programs that are eligible for the PMVS can be found here (click on "Eligible Doctoral Programs").

IMPORTANT NOTE: Some sites that participate in the APPIC Post-Match Vacancy Service are not accredited by the American Psychological Association or the Canadian Psychological Association. The accreditation status of programs in the Post-Match Vacancy Service are included in each listing, below.

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SITES WITH VACANCIES

Site: Essentia Health
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2561
Location: Duluth, MN
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Julianne Davis PSY.D LP - julianne.davis@essentiahealth.org
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 6:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        256188 - Psychology Internship (3 positions)

Essentia Health is excited to announce three open positions for 2022-2023! Interns will be placed primarily in an outpatient behavioral health clinic and will also spend part of the year placed in a partial hospitalization program. Interns can follow their interests in the second half of the year, with experiences available in collaborative care in the primary care setting, rehabilitation psychology, and health psychology. The stipend for the internship year is $35,000. Applications may be submitted through the AAPI service with an accompanying email to julianne.davis@essentiahealth.org to alert us to your application. Questions regarding the program can be directed to the same email address.



Site: Wichita Collaborative Psychology Internship Program
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 1308
Location: Wichita, KS
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Selena Jackson Ph.D., LP (selena.jackson@wichita.edu)
Date/Time Added: Saturday, June 18, 2022 - 4:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        130812 - Wichita State, Counseling and Prevention Service (1 position)

Wichita State University Counseling and Prevention Services (CAPS) is excited to announce the availability of a third internship position for the training year 2022-2023 within our consortium! Interns engage in a variety of professional activities including individual, couples, and group therapy, crisis intervention, outreach and consultation, supervision of trainees as well as one day each week at a secondary agency within the consortium. Interns also have the opportunity to select an area of emphasis including but not limited to a multicultural emphasis, a prevention emphasis with services provided to the university and community, and an athletics emphasis gaining interdisciplinary mental health experience working in a partnership between a university counseling center and an athletics department at an NCAA Division I collegiate institute. For more detailed information please visit our website.



Site: Genesis Counseling Center
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2497
Location: Hampton, VA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Candace Lassiter, Psy.D, LCP - classiter@genesiscounselingcenter.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, May 19, 2022 - 5:00 pm Eastern Time (additional training)
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        249711 - Psychology Internship (2 positions)

UPDATED 5/19/22: Genesis Counseling Center is excited to announce the addition of Neurofeedback training to our Internship program! This opportunity will include two to three hours a week of providing Neurofeedback to patients under the supervision of Dr. Spain, a neurofeedback specialist. Genesis Counseling Center is a private outpatient clinic that serves a diverse community in the Hampton Roads area, and there are opportunities to work with children, adolescents, adults, and marriage/family counseling. The internship has a heavy focus on assessment, outpatient psychotherapy, and group therapy.

ORIGINAL LISTING: Genesis Counseling Center currently has two internship openings for the 2022-2023 academic year! Genesis Counseling Center is a private outpatient clinic in Hampton, Virginia. We are located about an hour from Richmond, Virginia, and three hours from Washington, DC. We serve a diverse community in the Hampton Roads area, and there are opportunities to work with children, adolescents, adults, and marriage/family counseling. The internship has a heavy focus on assessment, outpatient psychotherapy, and group therapy. Additional information about our site can be found at genesiscounselingcenter.com. To apply, please upload your application materials via the AAPI service and then notify the Training Director at the email listed above.



Site: Portia Bell Hume Behavioral Health and Training Center
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 1534
Location: Fremont, CA; Pleasanton, CA; & Pittsburg, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Natasha Molony, PhD - training@humecenter.org
Date/Time Added: Saturday, April 30, 2022 - 3:00 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        153450 - Fremont Clinic (4 positions)
        153451 - Pleasanton Clinic (2 positions)
        153452 - Pittsburg Clinic (1 positions)

We are excited to announce new internship positions in three of our clinics eligible for PMVS applicants since obtaining our APPIC Membership after the conclusion of the Match!



Site: The Child and Adolescent Psychology (CAP) Centre
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 1875
Location: Aurora, Ontario
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Daliah Chapnik, Ph.D., C.Psych. 905 841 7886 X 102; drdaliah@thecapcentre.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, April 25, 2022 - 3:30 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        187511 - Psychology Internship (2 positions)

The Child and Adolescent Psychology (CAP) Centre has 2 internship positions available to trainees with relevant educational background and clinical experience with children and adolescents. The CAP Centre is a busy private practice located in a singular site, offering training in assessment and intervention with clients from preschool to university age and their families. We benefit from a wide range of referrals which allows for the assignment of a full range of presenting problems including Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and mood and anxiety disorders. Our minor rotations offer experience in assessment and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder and family intervention. Interns will focus on the development of their identities as clinical psychologists, becoming members of a large team of psychology trained clinicians and supervisors who share a common language. A highlight of our programme are our biweekly team peer supervision clinical meetings where collegial bonds are strengthened. There are many opportunities to supervise junior clinicians and collaborate with others on our supportive team. Aurora is a northern suburb of Toronto, easily accessible to public transportation.

Note that we have completed our accreditation self study and are scheduled for a CPA site visit in May (although there is no assurance that we will be successful in our bid for CPA accreditation).

Interested applicants should upload their application to the AAPI service and send an accompanying email to Sarah McAnsh at admin@thecapcentre.com to alert us to your application. If you have any questions about the programme, feel free to contact Dr. Daliah Chapnik, the DoT, at drdaliah@thecapcentre.com.



Site: Desert Psychology
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2370
Location: Las Vegas, NV
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Stephanie Holland, PsyD. - 702-650-6508 - drholland@desertpsychnv.com
Date/Time Added: Friday, March 25, 2022 - 9:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, April 15, 2022 - 9:00 pm Eastern Time (Updated info)
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        237011 - Clinical Psychology - Emphasis on Assessment (2 positions)

UPDATED 4/15/22: Due to the recent relaxation of COVID restrictions, our practice has opened up the opportunity to return back to face-to-face meetings. Our site provides the opportunity for both telehealth and in-person appointments.

If you have any questions regarding our program contact our office at 702-650-6508.



Site: Guam Psychology Internship Consortium (Guam-PIC)
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2540
Location: Tamuning, Guam
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Dr. Mary Fegurgur, Training Director - (671) 647-5731 - Mary.Fegurgur@gbhwc.guam.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, April 6, 2022 - 12:30 am Eastern Time (additional position added in a new track; revised description)
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        254011 - Guam Behavioral Health and Wellness Center (1 position)
        254012 - Department of Corrections (1 position)

UPDATED 4/6/22: We have added a position to our GBHWC program in addition to the position available at DOC. The description below describes both available positions.

Interns at Guam-PIC will serve a diverse client population, including youth, adults, families, and incarcerated individuals in a variety of settings, including outpatient, residential, inpatient, and correctional settings. The Guam-PIC GBHWC has one additional available position and is the sole state entity providing comprehensive public behavioral health services to the adults and children of Guam. Services are offered regardless of the person’s ability to pay. GBHWC offers high quality of care via its main facility in Tamuning, as well as satellite offices in the J&G Commercial Center in Hagatna, and an adult mental health transitional residential service in Asan.

The Guam-PIC DOC provides general management of both prisoner population of both inmates and detainees of Guam. The Guam DOC is comprised of its main facility, the Adult Correctional Facility (ACF), in Manilao, and the Hagatna Detention Facility, in Hagatna. Interns develop skills and competencies in psychological assessment (diagnostic assessment, risk assessment, malingering), treatment of SMI and personality disorders, and crisis intervention. Interns work closely with a multi-disciplinary team which consists of psychiatrists, psychiatric technicians, psychologists, nurses, social workers, program managers, and others.

Primary Supervisor - Mary Fegurgur, PsyD
(671) 647-5731
Mary.Fegurgur@gbhwc.guam.gov

Guam-PIC is accepting applications from APA-accredited and non-APA accredited programs. Applicants must be certified by their academic program as being ready for internship. Applicants with a minimum of 400 intervention hours, minimum of 50 assessment hours, dissertation proposal defended, experience or special interest in working with diverse, underserved individuals are considered preferred; however, these should not be considered strict selection criteria. Guam-PIC takes into consideration the potential commitment or interest of any prospective intern to remain in Guam following internship and work in behavioral health.

Primary Supervisor - Angela Laygo, PsyD
(671) 734-1089
angela.laygo@gbhwc.guam.gov

https://guam-pic.org



Site: CHAC (Community Health Awareness Council)
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 2292
Location: Mountain View, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Joanna Zygmont, Psy.D.; 510-626-0082 (direct); joanna.zygmont@chacmv.org
Date/Time Added: Friday, April 1, 2022 - 11:30 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        229213 - Latinx Track Palo Alto University (2 positions)
        229214 - Latinx Track Wright Institute (2 positions)

The Latinx Track APA Internship Training program at CHAC is ideal for students with limited to native Spanish language proficiency, and it encourages the cultivation of multicultural and professional Spanish language competencies. Although many of the clients seen by the interns in this track are monolingual Spanish speaking, interns in the Latinx Track spend significant clinical hours also working with English (and other languages) speakers and participate with the students in the Main Track program in Case Consultation Review Seminars, Assessment Clinic, Didactic and EBIPs trainings, and peer support group. Only Palo Alto University and Wright Institute students may apply.

To apply, simply send an email to Dr. Joanna Zygmont at joanna.zygmont@chacmv.org once you submitted your APPI with your phone number and internship interest.



Site: ”Clínica de la Albizu” (CA) Internship Training Program
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 2020
Location: San Juan, Puerto Rico
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Vanessa Rivera Cruz, Psy.D. - (787)725-6500 ext. 1106 - varivera@albizu.edu
Date/Time Added: Friday, April 1, 2022 - 11:30 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        202015 - Forensic Evaluation TX Victim Sexual Abuse (2 positions)

The Sexual Abuse Support Program for Children and their Families (PAF)

The main objectives of PAF are to: provide psychotherapeutic services (individual, family or group) to sexually abused children and their families. The Interns who complete their internship in this specialized program have the opportunity to participate in a forensic scenario, refining their individual, group, family clinical skills, and forensic assessments and skills.

Interns receive specialized training in the management and treatment of sexual abuse. Some of the areas or topics that are covered in the didactics are: child development, assessment of allegations of sexual abuse and treatment for victims of sexual abuse and their families. They also perform a broad variety of case consultations with social workers, attorneys, physicians, prosecutors, and other professionals related to the legal system, including training and consulting in expert witness dynamics



Site: Pittsburgh Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: YES (APA, On Contingency)

APPIC Member #: 2285
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Jessica Bleil-Walters; PittPsychInternConsortium@gmail.com
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 - 11:15 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        228513 - School Psychology - Outpatient Assessment (1 position)

Clinical Outpatient Diagnostics/School Psychology Track. The internship position with Wesley Family Services will allow the psychology intern to gain experiences in both a clinical setting and school setting. The psychology intern will work within both the diagnostic evaluation program and a local Public School District. Psychology interns within the Diagnostic Testing/School Psychology track will work directly under the supervision of two licensed psychologists, as well as among a cohort of interns and post-doctoral residents.



Site: Clarity Clinic
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2541
Location: Chicago, IL; Arlington Heights, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Casey Noreika, PsyD – cnoreika@claritychi.com
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 - 10:15 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        254111 - Psychology Internship (2 positions)

Clarity Clinic Consortium currently has one position available at the Loop location and one position at the Arlington Heights location. We offer a clinical psychological internship training program, focusing on therapy and psychological testing across the lifespan. Clarity Clinic consists of a multidisciplinary team of psychologists, psychiatrists, and therapists, allowing for collaboration and learning across multiple disciplines. More info at: https://www.claritychi.com/training-opportunities/



Site: Greater Binghamton Health Center
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2532
Location: Binghamton, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Sarah Bridgman, PhD - Sarah.bridgman@omh.ny.gov - 607-773-4271
Date/Time Added: Friday, March 25, 2022 - 9:30 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        253211 - Psychology Internship - Child and Adolescent Track (1 position)
        253212 - Psychology Internship - Adult Track (1 position)

Adult inpatient track works with individuals diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness. Child and adolescent track is with both inpatient and outpatient individual experiencing mental illness. Applicants must have completed of all course work with the exception of dissertation, dissertation proposal defended, minimum of 500 direct interventions hours, minimum of 50 direct assessment hours, experience or special interest working with individuals presenting with serious and persistent mental illness.



Site: Edmonton Health and Counselling Psych Consortium
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 1876
Location: Edmonton, AB, Canada
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Kevin Wallace, PhD. – kevin.wallace@ualberta.ca
Date/Time Added: Wednesday, March 23, 2022 - 12:45 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        187611 - Psychology Internship (3 positions)

The Edmonton Health and Counselling Psychology (EHCP) Residency Consortium is entering our fourth year of operations as a consortium. We are located within the greater area of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada – a large city with a metropolitan population of over 1.4 million people. We offer a clinical and counselling psychology internship training program that is hosted by The University of Alberta, Millard Health (WCB Alberta), the YWCA Edmonton, and Cross Cancer Institute (Alberta Health Services). Our main areas of training focus on clinical and counselling psychology across the lifespan, including specialized training in interventions, formal assessment, and health psychology. We currently have one major rotation position available at each of these sites: Millard Health (WCB), the Cross Cancer Institute (Alberta Health Services), and the University of Alberta (Clinical Services). Minor rotations are available at most sites. More info at: https://www.ualberta.ca/educational-psychology/centres-and-institutes/clinical-services/edmonton-health-and-counselling-psychology-residency-consortium.html



Site: Brain and Body Integration - Colorado Springs
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2416
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Dawn M. Berry, PhD - DrBerry@BrainandBodyIntegration.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:15 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        241611 - Psychology Internship (3 positions)

The internship offered by Brain and Body Integration-Colorado Springs currently has three vacancies. Brain and Body Integration offers a one-year, full time doctoral level program focused predominantly in the areas of psychological and neuropsychological/neurodevelopmental assessment, diagnosis, and consultation. Our training program also has an emphasis on individual therapy. Training takes place in a large private practice setting and offers training in Clinical Psychology. The internship program is based on a 40-hour week, for 12 months. Interns spend an average of 15-24 hours per week of face-to-face time with clients. This program also includes time-off for holidays, sick days, and vacation. The program begins the first week of August, and is completed one year later. The total training comprises approximately 2000 hours of supervised experience.



Site: Brain and Body Integration - Denver
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2417
Location: Denver, CO
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Dawn M. Berry, PhD - DrBerry@BrainandBodyIntegration.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:15 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        241711 - Psychology Internship (3 positions)

The internship offered by Brain and Body Integration-Denver currently has three vacancies. Brain and Body Integration offers a one-year, full time doctoral level program focused predominantly in the areas of psychological and neuropsychological/neurodevelopmental assessment, diagnosis, and consultation. Our training program also has an emphasis on individual therapy. Training takes place in a large private practice setting and offers training in Clinical Psychology. The internship program is based on a 40-hour week, for 12 months. Interns spend an average of 15-24 hours per week of face-to-face time with clients. This program also includes time-off for holidays, sick days, and vacation. The program begins the first week of August, and is completed one year later. The total training comprises approximately 2000 hours of supervised experience.



Site: Will County Health Department
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 1904
Location: Joliet, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Rita Gray, Psy.D. - rgray@willcountyhealth.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:15 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        190415 - Adult Crisis Program (2 positions)

The Clinical Training Program at the is committed to recruiting and retaining diverse doctoral interns and supervisors to foster a climate of inclusion, promote socially responsible practice, and cultivate healthier local and global communities. The Will County Health Department’s Adult Mobile Crisis Response Program offers crisis intervention and stabilization services to adults, and welcomes applicants for Doctoral Internships.

An APA site visit has awarded for Fall, 2022, the exact date will be determined by APA. When a decision for a site visit date has been made by APA, that information will be communicated to applicants. Please be advised that there are no guarantees that we will ultimately achieve accreditation.



Site: New Mexico Psychology Internship Consortium (NM-PIC)
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2535
Location: Shiprock, NM
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Dr. Ciara Hansen (Ciara.Hansen@ihs.gov)
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:15 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        253511 - Hidalgo Medical Services Psychology Internship (1 position)
        253512 - NMBHI Psychology Internship (1 position)

The New Mexico Psychology Internship Consortium (NM-PIC) represents the collaborative effort of three agencies, Hidalgo Medical Services in Silver City, Iina Counseling Services at Indian Health Services in Shiprock, and the New Mexico Behavioral Health Institute in Las Vegas, to share resources and faculty for the purpose of providing a quality educational program for psychology doctoral interns focusing on culturally relevant and responsive treatment to New Mexico residents of all ages.

Applicants to NM-PIC who have met the following qualifications prior to beginning internship are considered preferred:

1. APA accredited doctoral program
2. A minimum of 400 intervention hours
3. A minimum of 50 assessment hours
4. Dissertation proposal defended
5. Experience or special interest in working with diverse populations and/or in rural or under-served areas

NM-PIC is not accredited by the APA. NM-PIC submitted an accreditation self-study to APA in March 2022. Please be advised that there is no assurance that we will be able to successfully achieve accreditation; in fact, the timing of the site visit may mean that our program will not be accredited in time for it to apply to the 2022-23 internship class.



Site: Ohio Psychology Internship
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 1500
Location: Akron, OH
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Deborah Walsh, Ph.D. - dwalsh@summit-psychological.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 3:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        150015 - Psychology Internship - Forensic Services (3 positions)
        150012 - Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections (3 positions)

The Ohio Psychology Internship program has three unfilled positions in our outpatient forensic services housed at Summit Psychological Associates. Interns will receive training in providing individual and group treatment and evaluation services to outpatient clients that have been referred through a forensic setting, including providing services two federal clients released from prison, individuals who have been charged with domestic violence and individuals who have been convicted of a sex offense.

The internship also has three unfilled positions in our prison location with the Ohio Department of rehabilitation and corrections. Interns receive training in providing individual, group, psychological evaluation and suicide assessment for men and women who are at different phases of incarceration.

Please view our description of each of these tracks in the APPIC Directory. Interns complete their training in one track throughout the whole year but applicants can apply for both sites.



Site: Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 1416
Location: Lincoln, NE
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Beth Doll, Ph.D. - 402-472-1152 - bdoll2@unl.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 3:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        141625 - Department of Health and Human Services (2 positions)

Nebraska Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology has 2 positions within the consortium that will participate in the Post-Match Vacancy Service.

Dept of Health and Human Services: Located in Omaha, NE provides funding and oversight for services for individuals with developmental disabilities throughout Nebraska.



Site: Federal Detention Center-Philadelphia
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2546
Location: Philadelphia, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Dr. Beth Daniels - b1daniels@bop.gov - (215)-521-7215
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 3:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        254611 - Psychology Internship (3 positions)

FDC Philadelphia is an Administrative Level facility, housing male and female inmates. Psychology services provided include evaluation, suicide prevention, crisis intervention, brief counseling, individual and group therapy. Our training program provides interns three, four-month rotations in General Population and Restricted Housing, Serious Mental Illness (SMI), and Drug Abuse Programs.

The Psychology Internship Program at FDC Philadelphia is currently in its first year and, as such, is not accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA). Please be advised that there is no assurance that FDC Philadelphia will be able to successfully achieve accreditation. The BOP has a long-standing reputation of commitment to excellence at the various Doctoral Internship sites. FDC Philadelphia will continue to build on the internship traditions, accomplishments, proven standard operating procedures, and core elements displayed by our fellow institutions.

Please send all application materials via AAPI services. In addition to the AAPI, the Bureau of Prisons requires all applicants to apply through USAJobs. Once your application materials are received and reviewed, we will reach out to with instructions and tips for completing USAJobs. For additional information, please visit https://www.bop.gov/jobs/psychology_internship.jsp.



Site: Kane County Diagnostic Center
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 1250
Location: St. Charles, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Elisa M. Lancaster, Psy.D., LancasterElisa@16thCircuit.IllinoisCourts.gov, 630-262-4480
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 2:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        125011 - Psychology Internship (1 position)

The Kane County Diagnostic Center currently has one open internship position for the upcoming 2022-2023 training year. We are the psychology department for the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit Court and complete court-ordered evaluations and treatment of individuals involved with the legal system. Please submit your application via the APPI for review. Pending APA Site Visit in Spring 2023 (Please be advised that there is no assurance that we will be able to successfully achieve accreditation.) Thank you.



Site: Liberty Healthcare Corp.
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2040
Location: Rushville, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: John R. Reid, Ph.D., John.R.Reid@illinois.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 2:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        204011 - Psychology Internship (3 positions)

Liberty Healthcare in coordination with the Illinois Department of Human Services-Treatment & Detention Facility is offering the unique Internship opportunity to complete a Doctoral Psychology Internship specializing in Sex Offender Treatment. Preferred applicants are in a doctoral program completing a doctorate in clinical, counseling, or clinical forensic psychology. The Training Program will offer the selected candidates the opportunity to participate in intensive sex offender-specific group therapy with an experienced co-therapist. The Interns will function as a member of a multidisciplinary team providing psychological testing and report writing, treatment planning, as well as group and individual treatment. Stipend is $50,000. We submitted an accreditation self-study to APA; however, please be advised that there are no guarantees that we will ultimately achieve accreditation.



Site: The League Education and Treatment Center
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2483
Location: Broooklyn, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Sara Elnahal, Psy.D. - 718 498-2500 x149; selnahal@leaguecenter.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 2:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        248311 - League School Psychology Internship (2 positions)
        248312 - JFTN Psychology Internship (1 positions)

The League Education and Treatment Center Doctoral Internship program has three current openings in the PMVS. We have two open positions in our school-age program, and one open position in our Therapeutic Nursery program. Interns gain training in a milieu setting, conducting individual and group therapy with extensive family and consultation work. Interns placed at the League School will carry a caseload of approximately five high school students and one elementary student, conducting individual, play and milieu therapy, family work and case consultation. Interns will conduct groups at the League School across all ages. Interns placed at the League School will work one day per week at JFTN conducting preschool assessments and attending the weekly play therapy seminar for all interns. Interns placed at JFTN will carry a caseload of approximately 12 – 15 preschool students in at least two classrooms. Responsibilities include individual and group therapy, family work, interdisciplinary consultation and collaboration to develop comprehensive, individualized treatment plans. Interns placed at JFTN will work one day per week at the League School conducting social skills groups, attending team meetings and participating in didactics.



Site: Northeastern Oklahoma Psychology Internship Program
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 1521
Location: Vinita, OK
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Scott Orth, Psy.D. - sorth@odmhsas.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        152113 - Oklahoma Forensic Center (1 position)

The Oklahoma Forensic Center (OFC) is the largest inpatient behavioral health facility in the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services system. It is located in a rural area of Oklahoma, about 60 miles northeast of Tulsa, and serves all 77 counties of Oklahoma as the only inpatient forensic facility. OFC serves both men and women with 200 inpatient beds, a mock courtroom, group rooms, and other areas important for treatment, such as recreational areas. OFC serves two populations: 1) pretrial defendants who were deemed incompetent for adjudication, and 2) individuals adjudicated as Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity (NGRI)/Not Guilty by Reason of Mental Illness (NGRMI). In addition, OFC provides both in- and outpatient evaluations of adjudicative competency across all counties in Oklahoma. Interns at OFC are viewed as important members of the psychology staff at OFC. Interns work closely with individual supervisors, following a developmental model of supervision, gaining increasing levels of responsibility and independence as competency in providing direct clinical services is demonstrated. Interns have opportunities to gain input and knowledge from a variety of mental health professionals and disciplines throughout OFC. Additionally, interns also occasionally provide education to OFC staff through presentation on forensic evaluations. A variety of opportunities for forensic and general clinical practice are available and training experiences are tailored to meet the intern's individual goals and interests. Assessment is a primary area for training, including evaluations of adjudicative competency and dangerousness as the most common. There is also ample opportunity for generalist types of assessment, including testing for personality, psychopathology, cognitive functioning (including neuropsychological screening), malingering,



Site: Northern Ontario Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: YES (CPA)

APPIC Member #: 1862
Location: Sioux Lookout, ONTARIO (3) and one in Kenora, ONTARIO (1)
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Dr. Sara Hagstrom, hagstros@tbh.net
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        186211 - Child Rotation - Sioux Lookout - Developmental (2 positions)
        186213 - Lifespan Rotation - Sioux Lookout - Mental Health (1 position)
        186214 - Child Rotation - Kenora - Developmental (1 position)

Hello! The Northern Ontario Psychology Internship Consortium (NORPIC) is pleased to announce we have CPA accredited positions still available in the Post Match Vacancy Service. We have 3 positions, located in Sioux Lookout, ONTARIO, and 1 position located in Kenora, ONTARIO. All available positions come with free shared housing. All positions require some travel, either by fly in or driving (in company vehicle). Please check out our website at www.norpic.net or email the Training Director for more information at hagstros@tbh.net. You must either be a Canadian citizen to apply, or eligible to work in Canada.



Site: South Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 1218
Location: Florida City, FL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Yumay Grillo, Psy.D. - ygrillo@wellpath.us
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:00 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        121811 - Psychology Internship (2 positions)

South Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center (SFETC) has two open internship positions. SFETC is a 249 bed Forensic Psychiatric Hospital. Please email the training director with any questions.



Site: Allendale Association
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 1278
Location: Lake Villa, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Catherine McConnell, Ph.D., Director of Clinical Training - 847-356-3322 - cmcconnell@allendale4kids.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:00 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        127811 - Psychology Internship (2 positions)

The Allendale Association has one position open for the upcoming training year. Allendale is located in Lake Villa, IL which is about an hour north of Chicago. Interns work with 5-6 therapeutic day school clients, providing individual and group therapy (group in conjunction with the classroom staff), as well as Clinical Consultation (a primary intervention in the REStArT model). Additionally, they have 8 clinical hours (after 5pm) in our outpatient community mental health center working primarily with youth and their families. There are opportunities to work with our Foster Care program, as well. The Allendale internship program has a strong psychodynamic influence. In addition to two hours of individual supervision, interns receive supervision related to supervising others, psychological testing and an object-relations approach to treatment.



Site: Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Doctoral Internship
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2368
Location: Huntington, WV
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Tracy L. LeGrow, Psy.D. - 304-691-1572 - legrow1@marshall.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:00 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        236811 - Psychology Internship (1 position)

The Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Pre-doctoral Internship training program provides opportunities for advanced students in clinical psychology to complete generalist training that will prepare them for entry level work in the field of behavioral health. In addition, the program helps engender a sensitivity to working with underserved populations with a special emphasis on rural communities. Through a combination of both required and elective rotations, Interns have the opportunity to work in inpatient, outpatient and partial hospitalization settings as well as other departments within the medical school including Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Edwards Comprehensive Cancer Center. Opportunities for inter-professional education are available with medical students, residents and pharmacy students. Populations served include children, adolescents, adults and geriatric patients. Interns will develop skills in individual and group therapy as well as assessment and consultation.



Site: Torrance State Hospital
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 1546
Location: Torrance, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Sheri L. Goldstrohm, Ph.D. - 724-675-2110 - c-sgoldstr@pa.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:00 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        154611 - Psychology Internship (1 position)

A handbook can be obtained by emailing Dr. Sheri Goldstrohm at c-sgoldstr@pa.gov. Positions included Civil and Forensic experience.

Civil Side Rotation

The intern spends six months completing in average two intake assessments per week. These assessments include a clinical interview, review of past evaluations and any information the community may have provided, psychological testing (I.Q., screeners for dementia, depression and anxiety, personality testing, and any other test that would be clinically indicated for the patient).While on this rotation, the intern will be assigned to a ward where he/she will assist the psychology staff on daily routine duties on the milieu and attend treatment team on a weekly basis. The intern will also have a caseload for individual therapy patients of at least three individuals. Interns will be able to participate in group programming tailored for these patients such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, sexual offender specific programming, co-occurring disorder treatment (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, SMART Recovery, Motivational Interview).

Forensic Rotation

For six months, the intern will split their time between the Regional Forensic Psychiatric Center and the Sexual Responsibility Treatment Program (SRTP). During their two days in the Forensic Psychiatric Center, the intern will be able to provide group and individual counseling and well as complete psychological testing to assist with any competency issues. Three days a week at SRTP, the intern will provide group and individual therapy focusing on sexual offender specific programming. They are also expected to complete monthly reports for court, on patient they see for individual therapy. Psychosexual assessment and psychological assessments are also completed with appropriate supervision from licensed clinicians.

Every effort is made to tailor the rotations to the individual intern’s needs and interests. Other training experiences (i.e. intellectual disabilities, geriatric patient experience, forensic psychology) can also be provided in areas other than assigned rotations based on the training strengths and weaknesses of the intern and/or specific program needs.



Site: Illinois Psychological Association Psychology Internship Consortium (IPAPIC)
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2158
Location: Chicago, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Dr. Gregory Sarlo - 773-612-5565 - dr.gregorysarlo@gmail.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:00 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        215811 - Psychological Consultations (1 position)

There is one slot available in this Consortium located in Chicago IL. Psychological Consultations is part of the Illinois Psychological Association Psychology Internship Consortium.


ALL POSITIONS FILLED / CLOSED

Site: Christ Community Health Services
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2509
Location: Memphis, TN
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Tara Samples (tara.samples@christchs.org, phone: 678-643-9371)
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 3:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 6:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        250911 - Psychology Internship (2 positions)

UPDATE 6/22/22: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Christ Community Health Services, an APPIC provisional member (Match Code 250911) is in our second year of offering clinical health psychology internship training and has two open positions for primary care based behavioral health internship. As a Federal Health Qualified Center (FHQC) CCHS has established our clinics which offer medical/dental/behavioral and pharmacy services in communities that have been historically depleted of services. As a faith-based organization, we are committed to offering evidence-based medicine and integrative care services, and for patients for whom it is desirable and appropriate, culturally respectful faith integrative care. Interns will train in Health Service Psychology with primary care major rotations in CBT and Focused ACT, and can choose four elective minor rotations including HIV Care, Women’s Health, Refugee/Immigrant Care, Family/Parenting Support, Medication Assisted Therapy for Opiates, Homeless care services, and Spanish language provided services. Brochure access: https://assetsglobal.websitefiles.com/5e62b2e758df448d146c6dfa/615b7928cba06ddcf821b54a_CCHS%20Predoctoral%20Training%20Program%20Brochure%202022.pdf



Site: Colorado School Psychology Internship Consortium (CoS-PIC)
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2530
Location: Castle Rock, CO
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Franci Crepeau-Hobson, PhD; (303-315-6315; franci.crepeau-hobson@ucdenver.edu)
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 3:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 6:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        253012 - Psychology Internship-Douglas County Schools (2 positions)

UPDATE 6/22/22: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

A member site of the Colorado School Psychology Internship Consortium (CoS-PIC), Douglas County School District (DCSD) – has two positions available. The internship prepares an intern to become a dually-credentialed (Licensed Psychologist and credentialed School Psychologist) professional psychologist. DCSD is located in the southern part of the Denver metro area in the towns of Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, and Parker, Colorado. The district is the third largest district in Colorado and serves approximately 68,000 students. Approximately 3,400 English Learners attend school in Douglas County and 97 languages are represented. Interns are placed at a primary site for the first semester and this site is chosen in collaboration with the mental health director and the incoming intern so that the intern is placed in a school that fits with their training interests and needs to have a well-rounded experience by the time they graduate from their school psychology program. During the second semester, a second school is added with different grades served so that the intern is able to get a broad range of experiences with children at different developmental levels. They also have the opportunity to be placed on a district level support team such as the autism or behavior team, if desired. Additionally, they are able to be on the district crisis team in order to get an initial experience with this critical work and they are paired with an experienced crisis responder.

Stipend: $24,000. CoS-PIC requires applicants to be from School Psychology doctoral programs. https://education.ucdenver.edu/academic-services/student-resources/graduate/school-psychology/CoS-PIC



Site: Copa Health
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2525
Location: Phoenix, AZ
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Diana Medina, PhD (Diana.Medina@copahealth.org)
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 3:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 6:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        252511 - Psychology Internship (7 positions)

UPDATE 6/22/22: SIX POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED, ONE POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Copa health is accepting applications for the 2022-2023 training year for 7 health service psychology internship positions. We are an integrated health facility offering services to the Seriously Mentally Ill (SMI) population and individuals with complex needs in the greater Phoenix, AZ area. Positions will remain open until filled. You can find a description of our program at: https://copahealth.org/copa-integrated-health-solutions/ (scroll down to the Psychology Training Program section).



Site: Federal Correctional Complex Tucson
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2536
Location: Tucson, AZ
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Lisa Unruh-Parker, Psy.D. - 520-663-5000 x 6440 - lunruh-parker@bop.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 3:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 6:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        253611 - Psychology Internship (3 positions)

UPDATE 6/22/22: POSITIONS ARE FILLED/CLOSED

For our groundbreaking year, we continue to seek applicants at sunny FCC Tucson. Rotations focus on working with individuals with severe mental illness, sexual offense behavior, substance use, and general mental health concerns. Opportunities are available for testing, differential diagnosis, individual therapy, group therapy, multidisciplinary treatment teams, crisis intervention, and much more. The population of FCC Tucson offers a diverse experience for clinicians to continue developing assessment and therapeutic skills.

Please send all application materials via AAPI services. In addition to the AAPI, the Bureau of Prisons requires all applicants to apply through USAJobs. Once your application materials are received and reviewed, we will reach out to with instructions and tips for completing USAJobs. Please reach out with any questions to Dr. Unruh-Parker. We look forward to a great year!



Site: London Clinical Psychology Residency Consortium
Accreditation: YES (CPA)

APPIC Member #: 1815
Location: London, Ontario, Canada
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Dr. Brent Hayman-Abello, C.Psych. - Brent.HaymanAbello@lhsc.on.ca - (519) 685-8500 ext. 32815
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 6:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        181518 - Neuropsychology Track - Paediatric (1 position)

UPDATE 6/22/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The primary goal of the Neuropsychology Track is to prepare residents for practice in providing neuropsychological assessment and consultation in a variety of post-doctoral settings. Residents are exposed to a wide variety of inpatient and outpatient populations, including individuals with very rare disorders. See our online brochure for application requirements for the Consortium in general (p. 25-27) as well as descriptions of training opportunities: https://www.lhsc.on.ca/media/10564/download  

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING CHANGES

• Minimum application requirements must be met by the time of this application submission (NOT Nov. 1, 2021). 
• Due to staff changes the Minor Rotation “Assessment and Treatment with a University Population” will not be available.
• At this time, all new employees at London Health Sciences Centre are required to provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 completed at least fourteen (14) days before their start date, or have an approved medical exemption or human rights exemption that is verified as applicable under the Ontario Human Rights Code. This requirement includes all residents who match with our program.
• Requirements for the Neuropsychology Track Paediatric Emphasis have been adjusted:

Please note that the Neuropsychology Track-Paediatric Emphasis specific application criteria (p. 61) are now recommended (as opposed to required). Specifically, it is recommended that applicants have the following credentials at the time of application:  

• 600 hours of formal neuropsychological practicum experiences (with a minimum of 200 hours (300 hours preferred) spent in face-to-face neuropsychological activities; at least 100 of these hours should involve contact with children, and 100 of these hours should involve contact with adult patients); 
• At least 8 comprehensive neuropsychological assessment reports involving paediatric patients, plus at least 8 comprehensive neuropsychological assessment reports involving adult patients, completed in neuropsychology practica, and; 
• Demonstrated proficiency in English as evidenced by writing reports or research articles, or pertinent coursework, and; 
• Completion of graduate-level courses (or other documented formal didactic training) in (1) neuropsychological theory or neuropsychological assessment and (2) either child development (e.g., developmental psychology, paediatric psychology) or child neuropsychology. 



Site: Kaiser Permanente Silicon Valley Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2553
Location: San Jose, CA and Cupertino, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Olga Rosito, PhD - 408-366-4400 - olga.rosito@kp.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, May 2, 2022 - 3:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 6:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        255312 - Addiction Medicine Recovery Services Track (1 position)

UPDATE 6/22/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Kaiser Permanente Silicon Valley Psychology Internship Consortium has one open position for a doctoral intern in our Addiction Medicine Recovery Services Track. The doctoral intern will be providing addiction-focused brief therapy, group therapy, and individual case management as part of an interdisciplinary team. Interns will develop skills on effective collaboration with the treatment team, comprised of psychiatrists, psychologists, addiction medicine physicians, masters level clinicians, registered nurses, and medical assistants. Applicants should have some experience in addiction medicine. Please feel free to email Olga Rosito, PhD at olga.rosito@kp.org with any clarification you might need or questions you have prior to submitting your application.



Site: Agoura Neurofeedback, Inc DBA Awakenings Treatment Center
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2557
Location: Agoura Hills, California
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Dr. Shari Stillman-Corbitt - shari@awakeningstreatment.com
Date/Time Added: Saturday, April 30, 2022 - 3:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 6:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        255750 - Psychology Internship (2 positions)

UPDATE 6/22/22: ONE POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED, ONE POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Application Requirements: APPIC application for psychology internship (AAPI), Doctoral student in clinical or counseling psychology accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) or the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA), Approval for internship status by graduate program training director, Passed Comprehensive Exams (or equivalent), Dissertation proposal approved, 250 intervention hours, 100 assessment hours.

If you are selected for an interview, you will be notified via the email listed on your APPI. Interviews will be scheduled individually given our current timeline. Although an in-person interview is preferred, phone and Skype interviews will be considered upon request. In-person interviews will consist of an overview of Awakenings Treatment Center facility and training expectations from leadership, Q&A sessions with the Training Director and a separate session with current interns.



Site: Ponce Health Sciences University Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 1791
Location: Ponce, Puerto Rico
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: M Garrido PsyD; mgarrido@psm.edu
Date/Time Added: Thursday, April 14, 2022 - 1:30 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 6:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        179126 - Generalist Training at PCPP--RW Arecibo/Bayamon (1 position)

UPDATE 6/22/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

This program is fully affiliated, thus applications only from the Ponce Health Sciences University students will be considered. We cannot accept applications from students from other schools.

This is an outpatient health psychology oriented position under the Ryan White Program; the clinics are located in northern PR (Arecibo and Bayamon municipalities) and the population is primarily adults and PLWHA. The intervention model is integrated primary care, brief and short term interventions involving Motivational Interviewing, CBT, ACT, and solution-focused approaches. Interns work with multidisciplinary teams.



Site: British Columbia School and Applied Psychology Internship Program
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 1865
Location: Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Ted Wormeli - twormeli@ableclinic.ca
Date/Time Added: Sunday, April 3, 2022 - 1:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 6:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        186512 - School - Community Clinic (1 position)

UPDATE 6/22/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The British Columbia School and Applied Psychology Internship Program is pleased to offer one position in our School and Community Clinic track. This track offers one rotation in a public school district and one concurrent rotation in one of two private community clinics in the greater Vancouver area of British Columbia. Our rotations provide access to diverse training opportunities in the provision of services to a broad range of child, youth, and adult clients with significant educational and psychological needs.

At this time, we are only able to offer this position to Canadian citizens or to permanent residents of Canada. More information is available at: https://Pacificautismfamily.com/bcsap-ip/



Site: Federal Correctional Institution Sheridan
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2550
Location: Sheridan, OR
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Jessica Hinman, Psy.D. - (503) 843-6371 - jhinman@bop.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 3:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 - 11:15 pm Eastern Time (Change to Eligibility)
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 6:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        255011 - Psychology Internship (2 positions)

UPDATE 6/22/22: ONE POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED, ONE POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

UPDATED 3/29/22: Applicants do NOT need to be currently enrolled in an APA accredited doctoral program.

The Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) Sheridan is accepting applications for two vacancies in their Psychology Internship Program. Sheridan is located in the beautiful Willamette Valley, approximately 50 miles southwest of Portland and 35 miles from the Oregon coast. Applicants must be currently enrolled in an APA accredited doctoral program. Please send all application materials via AAPI services. In addition to the AAPI, the Bureau of Prisons requires all applicants to apply through USAJobs. Once your AAPI application materials are received and reviewed, we will reach out with instructions and tips for completing the USAJobs portion. For additional information, please visit https://www.bop.gov/jobs/psychology_internship.jsp



Site: Valley Health Systems
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2424
Location: Huntington, WV
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Rebecca Denning, PsyD ABPP, rdenning@valleyhealth.org; 304-399-3310
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 2:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 25, 2022 - 9:30 pm Eastern Time (additional description)
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 6:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        242411 - Psychology Internship (1 position)

UPDATE 6/22/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

UPDATED 3/25/22: The Doctoral Internship at Valley Health is a full-time program that will begin on July 11, 2022. The salary is $36,000 and interns are eligible for benefits including health and dental insurance, $500 for CEU expenses, 2 days paid CEU days, paid time off, extended illness time, and malpractice insurance. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment physical, drug screen, and background check procedure.

The Doctoral Internship in Psychology at Valley Health Systems aims to prepared psychologists for entry level practice in health service psychology. The program exposes interns to the variety of roles that psychologists serve in integrated primary care settings. To prepare for the role of clinical psychologist, Interns receive supervised training experiences in four concurrent clinics: Medication Assisted Treatment for SUDs, Outpatient Psychotherapy, Psychological Assessment, and Integrated Primary Care. The program also supports the development of an identity as a psychologist with attention toward quality improvement efforts, outreach, advocacy responsibilities, and readiness for leadership.

The Doctoral Internship in Psychology at Valley Health has one remaining full-time internship position open. Interested students submit an online application through the APPIC (www. appic.org) website using the APPIC Application for Psychology Internships (AAPI). Successful applicants much be currently enrolled and in good standing with their doctoral program. Applicants must also have obtained a master’s degree in psychology as part of their training. Applicants will be considered preferred if there is experience or interest in working with rural and underserved populations or a goal of working in an integrated primary care setting.

Please note that we are in the process of updating our materials, including our website. For the most current copy of the internship brochure or the policies and procedures manual, please email the training director to request these materials (rdenning@valleyhealth.org).



Site: Northwood Health Systems
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2274
Location: Wheeling, WV
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Lisa Meyer, Ph.D.; (304) 234-3570 x 2341; lmeyer@northwoodhealth.com
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 24, 2022 - 9:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 6:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        227411 - Psychology Internship (1 position)

UPDATE 6/22/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Northwood Health System offers an internship program which aids in the preparation of public service psychologists who will practice as generalists in a variety of health care settings, including interdisciplinary community settings that serve underserved and marginalized populations with multiple health and developmental needs. All interns will have supervised experience with a range of case and activity assignments across the training year. Interns will have the opportunity to do brief and longer-term therapy with individuals, groups, and/or families, as well as intake assessments/crisis stabilization assessments, psychological testing, case management, clinical consultation, and observation across multiple settings.

Northwood Health Systems 12 month psychology internship begins on August 1st. The salary for full time psychology interns is $28,000. Full time psychology interns are eligible for health insurance coverage, including medical, dental and vision. They are also eligible for short and long term disability insurance, life insurance at two times their annual salary, and paid days off, in addition to company vacation days.

The internship program currently has one vacant spot remaining.



Site: VA Texas Valley Coastal Bend Health Care System
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 2213
Location: Harlingen, TX
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Dr. Carlos Morales-Rodriguez, Carlos.Morales-Rodriguez@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 24, 2022 - 9:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 6:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        221311 - General Psychology (1 positions)
        221312 - Health Psychology (2 positions)

UPDATE 6/22/22: ONE POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED, TWO POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

VA Texas Valley Coastal Bend Health Care Center has positions that remain open in the Health and General tracks. Our site offers training in a multidisciplinary and integrated outpatient setting. For more information, please visit our website at https://www.va.gov/texas-valley-health-care/work-with-us/internships-and-fellowships/. Consider joining us in sunny, southern Texas. Please contact Dr. Morales-Rodriguez with any questions.



Site: Federal Correctional Complex- Allenwood
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 2365
Location: White Deer, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Kristen Julin, Psy.D. - kjulin@bop.gov
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 24, 2022 - 9:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 6:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        236511 - Psychology Internship (4 positions)

UPDATE 6/22/22: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

FCC Allenwood has 4 unfilled positions for the 2022-2023 training year. FCC Allenwood is the largest psychology department in the Bureau of Prisons, made up of three different institutions (high, medium, and low security). Training experiences offered in individual therapy, group therapy, multidisciplinary treatment teams, crisis intervention and suicide risk, and assessment. Rotations will be in Drug Abuse Program, Serious Mental Illness, and Correctional Psychology. To learn more about the position please contact Kristen Julin, Psy.D. at kjulin@Bop.gov.

Please send all application materials via AAPI services. In addition, to the AAPI, the Bureau of Prisons requires all applicants to apply through USAJobs. Once your application materials are received and reviewed, we will reach out to with instructions and tips for completing USAJobs. For additional information, please visit https://www.bop.gov/jobs/psychology_internship.jsp.



Site: Ball State University Counseling Center
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 1297
Location: Muncie, IN
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Brenda Karns, Ph.D., HSPP - bmkarns@bsu.edu
Date/Time Added: Thursday, May 19, 2022 - 5:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 6:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        129711 - Psychology Internship (1 position)

UPDATE 6/22/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Counseling Center at Ball State University is excited to announce the availability of a third internship position for the training year 2022-2023. Interns participate in a variety of professional activities, including initial triage/intakes, individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, outreach and consultation, supervision of trainees, after hour on-call service, psychological assessment, and administrative time. Intern’s scheduling of activities may vary on a daily basis. The salary is $31,200 and interns are eligible for benefits and paid personal time off. Please see our website and brochure for further details.



Site: Colorado Department of Corrections
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 1795
Location: Canon City, CO
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Jessica Flermoen, PsyD; jessica.flermoen@state.co.us; 719-458-0535
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, May 29, 2022 - 8:30 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        179511 - Psychology Internship (2 positions)

UPDATE 5/29/22: ONE POSITION FILLED; ONE POSITION CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The Colorado Department of Corrections offers a well-rounded and unique training experience for psychology interns. Interns have the opportunity to complete two distinct training rotations throughout the year; allowing them to determine how they would like to focus their training (i.e. diagnostic testing, intensive treatment, crisis assessment, sex offender treatment/assessment). Please submit your application materials through AAPI. Our preferences regarding the number of hours of intervention or assessment experience are flexible, as we are aware that many students' training years were impacted by Covid-19.



Site: British Columbia Mental Health & Substance Use Services (BCMHSUS) Clinical Forensic Psychology Residency Programme
Accreditation: YES (CPA)

APPIC Member #: 1806
Location: Port Coquitlam, British Columbia
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Shauna Darcangelo, Ph.D., R. Psych. - 250-213-4509 or sdarcangelo@phsa.ca
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, May 29, 2022 - 8:30 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        180611 - Clinical Forensic Psychology Internship (1 positions)

UPDATE 5/29/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

We currently have 1 unfilled residency position for the 2022-2023 training year. Our residents receive inpatient and out-patient training with a forensic population. Please refer to our brochure for a detailed description of our residency programme. Applicants may be asked to submit additional materials (e.g., treatment case summary and psychological evaluation report) once their application has been reviewed.



Site: Federal Bureau of Prisons - FCI Danbury
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2544
Location: Danbury, CT
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Carey Zimmermann, Psy.D. - czimmermann@bop.gov (preferred) - 203-312-5130 - 203- 743-6471 x5130
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 2:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 10:45 am Eastern Time (change in requirements)
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, May 19, 2022 - 5:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        254411 - Psychology Internship (1 position)

UPDATE 5/19/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

UPDATED 3/31/22: We no longer require applicants to be enrolled in an accredited doctoral program.

UPDATED 3/21/22: FCI Danbury is accepting applications for one vacancy in our Psychology Internship program. FCI Danbury is a federal correctional institution that houses both male and female offenders in both low and minimum security settings. Our program offers a year-long, part-time, Correctional Psychology rotation, as well as three specialty rotations in the treatment and assessment of trauma, substance use, and neurocognitive/ neurodevelopmental disorders. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and currently enrolled in a APA accredited doctoral program in either Clinical or Counseling Psychology.

Please send all application materials via AAPI. In addition to the AAPI, the Bureau of Prisons requires all applicants to apply through USAJobs. Once your application materials are received and reviewed, we will reach out with instructions and tips for completing USAJobs. For additional information, please visit https://www.bop.gov/jobs/psychology_internship.jsp.



Site: The Village for Children & Families, Inc.
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 1181
Location: Hartford, CT
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Rachel Gilbert, Psy.D. - rgilbert@thevillage.org - 860-971-4681
Date/Time Added: Friday, March 25, 2022 - 9:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, May 19, 2022 - 5:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        118111 - Psychology Internships (1 position)

UPDATE 5/19/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Village for Children and Families is offering one intern position for the 2022-2023 training year. The experiences and training available at The Village emphasize a broad spectrum of work with children and their families, as well as adults. As an organization The Village is committed to providing specialized trauma treatment, working with the underserved, and the under insured populations within the community. Intern activities include child, adolescent, family, parent, and group psychotherapy, as well as developmental testing, case management, consultation, and preventive and psychoeducational services. The Village also offers optional rotations in adult services as well as in an integrated health setting. These rotations focus on rounding out the intern's skills and offering a variety of training experiences.



Site: Carnegie Mellon University Counseling and Psychological Services
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2279
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Mengchun Chiang (mengchun@andrew.cmu.edu)
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 10:45 am Eastern Time (change in requirements)
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, May 3, 2022 - 4:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        227911 - Psychology Internship (3 positions)

UPDATE 5/3/22: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

UPDATED 3/31/22: The interns' salary is now $36,000.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CaPS) is the primary mental health support for students and the university community at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). Psychology interns will have the opportunity to work with a range of clinical concerns and diverse student population enrolled at CMU. Interns are trained as generalists and accrue 2000-hour at the end of the training year. Training experiences include individual and group therapy, intakes, triage, crisis intervention, case management, consultation, supervision, and outreach for students, staff, and faculty. Additionally, interns participate in a range of seminar and professional development activities throughout the training year, including didactic seminar, the Decolonizing Critical Consciousness seminar, the trainee clinical discussion group, case conference, the trauma seminar, interns’ peer support group, individual supervision, triage and crisis supervision, supervision of supervision, psychiatric rounds, and other training activities. CMU CaPS doctoral psychology internship in health service psychology has submitted an accreditation self-study to APA; please be advised that there are no guarantees that we will ultimately achieve accreditation. Candidates with interests in the intersection of UCC work, depth oriented psychotherapy, and a commitment to social justice are welcome to apply. Individuals with open curiosity, interests in giving and receiving feedback, and flexibility will be the best fits for this program. Please submit your application on APPI with a cover letter, CV, and three letters of recommendation.



Site: Rochester Institute of Technology, Priority Behavioral Health Internship Program
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 2391
Location: Rochester, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Caroline Easton, Ph.D. - caroline.easton@rit.edu; 585-475-4065 or 203-915-4923
Date/Time Added: Friday, April 1, 2022 - 11:30 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, April 30, 2022 - 3:00 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        239113 - RIT Behavioral Health Clinic & Innovative Tech (2 positions)

UPDATE 4/30/22: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Rochester Institute of Technology Priority Clinic- 2 Available Positions for July 1, 2022.

This track with Rochester Institute of Technology provides opportunities for psychological testing, report writing, evidence based psychotherapy, and research in an outpatient clinic providing services to children, adolescents, emerging adults and adult clients. Additionally, interns will have exposure to forensic evaluations, psychiatric evaluations, and report writing with Forensic Clients. The psychiatric characteristics of clients treated includes the full diagnostic range of the DSM 5, from Adjustment Disorders to Serious and Persistent Mental Illness as well as substance use disorders. Scholarship involves research and development of technology-based tools including Avatar Assisted CBT Therapy Platforms and Simulation Tools.



Site: VA Illiana Healthcare System
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 1269
Location: Danville, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Dr. Patricia Smithmyer, Acting Training Director, 217-554-4605, Patricia.Smithmyer@va.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, April 30, 2022 - 3:00 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        126912 - Standard Clinical (1 position)

UPDATE 4/30/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The VA Illiana Healthcare System would like to announce a vacancy in our Standard Clinical track position in Danville, Illinois. Our approach is student-centered, with a focus on work experience that parallels that of staff psychologists. We value hands-on training experiences with developmental approaches to supervision. These experiences are then supplemented by rotation specific and diversity readings, seminars, webinars, teleconferences, and grand rounds. Many rotation options are available within the Standard Track, including Behavioral Health Integration Program (BHIP), Substance Use Rehabilitation, Inpatient Psychology, Geropsychology, Home Based Primary Care, Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Recovery Treatment Program (PRRTP), Whole Health/Health Promotion-Disease Prevention, and Primary Care-Mental Health Integration. Our interns must also participate in our year-round assessment clinic and have experience with the WAIS-IV and MMPI-2/RF or 3.



Site: Northwest Neurobehavioral Health, LLC
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2473
Location: Meridian, ID
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Carolyn Golden, PsyD - NNHTraining@nnhidaho.com
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 2:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, April 30, 2022 - 3:00 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        247311 - Psychology Internship (3 positions)

UPDATE 4/30/22: TWO POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED, ONE POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

Northwest Neurobehavioral Health, LLC (NNH) in Meridian, ID has three vacancies for the 2022-2023 training year. As a relatively new program, we are an APPIC member site, though we are not APA accredited. NNH is an experienced practicum, internship, and post-doctoral training site which offers robust training in both therapy and assessment. Applicants with interest in both assessment and therapy in a collaborative multidisciplinary setting are particularly encouraged to apply, as are applicants with exposure or experience with child/adolescent, ASD, or complex medical populations. Further information is available in our internship brochure: http://nnhidaho.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/NNH-Internship-Informational-Brochure.pdf



Site: Minnesota Sex Offender Program
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2090
Location: Moose Lake, MN
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Lauren Herbert, Psy.D., LP - lauren.a.herbert@state.mn.us
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 3:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 - 10:15 am Eastern Time (Moose Lake position filled)
Date/Time Updated: Monday, April 25, 2022 - 3:30 pm Eastern Time (all positions filled)
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        209011 - Psychology Internship Moose Lake (1 position)
        209012 - Psychology Internship St. Peter (1 position)

UPDATE 4/25/22: ALL POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

UPDATED 3/29/22: The Moose Lake position is now filled. We are continuing to accept applications for the St. Peter position.

ORIGINAL LISTING: The Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP) would like to announce that we have two internship vacancies (one at each of our sites) for the 2022-2023 training year. MSOP is comprised of secure inpatient treatment facilities for individuals who have sexually offended. Clients come to the MSOP after being committed by the courts for evaluation or treatment. Our clients have a very wide range of diagnoses, covering virtually all the major categories of the diagnostic manual. The most common primary diagnoses are paraphilias and personality disorders. Additionally, many clients have primary or secondary diagnoses of substance abuse, borderline intellectual functioning, and mood disorders. Please contact Dr. Herbert directly for a copy of our internship manual and any questions about our program. We will plan to accept applications until the positions filled and will host interviews as applications are received.

Clients in Moose Lake are in earlier phases of treatment. Clients in St. Peter are in advanced phases of treatment and working toward reintegration into the community.

Our APA site visit has occurred and our program is currently under review, awaiting APA’s final decision. It is important to note that, while our program is under review for full accreditation, this does not ultimately guarantee accreditation. The status of our application can be reviewed on APA’s website: https://www.accreditation.apa.org/programs-applying-for-initial-accreditation. Additional questions related to our accreditation status should be directed to the Commission on Accreditation.



Site: Kaiser Oakland Psychology Internship Program
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 2459
Location: Oakland, CA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Myron Hays (myron.hays@kp.org)
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 - 10:15 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Friday, April 15, 2022 - 9:00 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        245911 - Internship - Child/Adult Acute Care - ADHD Testing (1 position)

UPDATE 4/15/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Due to an unexpected event, we have an opening for a candidate to join the internship program for the 2022/23 training year in our APA accredited internship program. Candidates are strongly encouraged to review the material on our local webpage about this training program. Please note that ADHD assessment is primarily interview based (with limited to no formal testing batteries done). Applicants must have a legal right to work in the United States as the organization will not provide any documentation to support the process. Please feel free to email Dr. Hays with any clarification you might need or questions you have prior to submitting you applications. We anticipate offering interviews the week of April 4 and/or April 11, based on sufficient interest. We have limited flexibility with interviews due to the time sensitive nature of this process.



Site: University of Missouri—Kansas City (UMKC) Counseling Services
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 1391
Location: Kansas City, MO
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Dr. Teresa Huff-Pomstra - huffpomstrat@umkc.edu - 816-235-5248
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 14, 2022 - 1:30 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        139111 - Psychology Internship (2 positions)

UPDATE 4/14/22: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

UMKC Counseling Services, an APA-accredited internship site, has two (2) positions available. Applicants need a minimum of 300 AAPI intervention hours, 25 AAPI assessment hours, and three (3) years of graduate training. UMKC is located in the urban core of Kansas City and has a vibrant, diverse population of traditional and non-traditional undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, representing a wide variety of intersecting identities. Interns will be involved in every aspect of Counseling Services programming, including individual, group, outreach, crisis intervention, providing supervision, and psychological assessment. Additionally, interns choose a Special Focus Rotation each semester, where they will co-design a specialty area of focus with their supervisor and training coordinator.



Site: UArizona Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2522
Location: Tucson, AZ
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Jennifer Kirkpatrick, coe-uapic@email.arizona.edu; 520-621-3086
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 24, 2022 - 9:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 14, 2022 - 1:30 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        252211 - Tucson Unified School District (1 position)
        252212 - Sunnyside Unified School District (1 position)

UPDATE 4/14/22: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

The University of Arizona Psychology Internship Consortium is accepting applicants for the 2022-2023 internship year. Located in the beautiful Sonoran Desert of Tucson Arizona, the UArizona PIC prepares psychologists with the skills, competencies, and professional identity to provide quality psychological services in diverse school settings. Interns learn from a multidisciplinary team of professionals with broad developmental training approaches to achieve training goals. We have updated our positions (length and stiped) to two 12 month internship positions open beginning in July of 2022. The stipend for the 2022-2023 training year is $25,000.

To apply for this position, please submit your materials via the AAPI service and notify us once this has occurred.



Site: Immaculata University Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 2036
Location: Immaculata, PA (site located in Philadelphia, PA)
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Mary Tabit, Psy.D. (mtabit@immaculata.edu)
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 2:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, April 14, 2022 - 1:30 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        203614 - Joseph J Peters Institute Safety & Responsibility (1 position)

UPDATE 4/14/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

The Immaculata University Psychology Internship Consortium (IU-PIC) currently has one (1) open position at our JJPI site in the Safety & Responsibility track. The position is described in our brochure, which can be accessed through the following link: https://www.immaculata.edu/wp-content/uploads/IU-PIC-Brochure-2022-2023.pdf .

The Joseph J. Peters Institute (JJPI), an affiliate of Public Health Management Corporation, is a Philadelphia based non-profit, licensed organization dedicated to providing specialized outpatient assessment and treatment services for trauma survivors and individuals with sexual behavior problems and individuals who have engaged in relational violence. JJPI is an experienced and qualified thought leader in the areas of sexual and interpersonal violence, post-traumatic stress disorder and other forms of trauma.

This position is in the Safety & Responsibility Track (1211 Chestnut Street) (Adolescents and Adults): The Sexual Behavior Program (SBP) predominantly provides clinical services, individual and group therapy, to adults (both male and female) who have been found guilty of sexual crimes or have otherwise been referred for sexual behavior problems. Evidence-based treatment models used in the SBP program are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy



Site: University of Victoria, Counselling
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 1869
Location: Victoria, British Columbia
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Leah Wilson, PhD - wilsonlj@uvic.ca
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 2:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Saturday, April 9, 2022 - 7:15 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        186911 - Psychology Internship (1 position)

UPDATE 4/9/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Counselling at the Student Wellness Centre at the University of Victoria is accepting applications for one position for the 2022-2023 internship year. We have been approved by CPA for a site visit, which has been scheduled for late April. Please be advised that there is no assurance that we will be able to successfully achieve accreditation. Our Doctoral Psychology Internship Program adopts a scientist-practitioner model to ensure ethical and evidence-informed practice, and is designed to be generalist in nature. The internship is situated in the Student Wellness Centre on campus, which offers integrated and holistic care to students through collaboration with Health and Multifaith. Interns will be involved in all aspects of programming with Counselling, including gaining in-depth and diverse training in individual and group counselling, conducting risk assessments, supervising graduate students on practicum, gaining exposure to psychology in primary care, and engaging in outreach and program development.



Site: Toronto Area Internship Consortium
Accreditation: YES (CPA)

APPIC Member #: 1863
Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Debby Zweig Ph.D, C.Psych. - debby.zweig@utoronto.ca - 416 978-1964
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, April 6, 2022 - 12:30 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        186311 - School/Clinical Internship (1 position)

UPDATE 4/6/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN CLOSED AND WILL NOT BE FILLED

The Toronto Area residency Consortium is accepting applications for one position in its School Clinical Program. The residency involves two simultaneous, year-long rotations in a Toronto-based school board for 2.5 days, two days in a clinical setting and one- half day with the full cohort in didactic meetings, seminars. A strong foundation in, and experience with psychological assessment of children and youth is required. Must be able to work in Canada.



Site: Central State Hospital
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2430
Location: Petersburg, VA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Carol Clay, Psy.D. - 804-524-4445 or carol.clay@dbhds.virginia.gov
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 22, 2022 - 3:30 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 24, 2022 - 9:00 am Eastern Time (updated description)
Date/Time Updated: Wednesday, April 6, 2022 - 12:30 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        243011 - Pre-Doctoral Psychology Internship (1 position)

UPDATE 4/6/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

UPDATED 3/24/22: Central State Hospital has one internship position available at our adult psychiatric inpatient facility. Interns will have the option to be placed in our civil and/or forensic units. They will also have the opportunity to gain the training and experience necessary to conduct forensic evaluations for legal proceedings. If interested, our site also offers a minor rotation in which interns will conduct forensic research that is eligible for presentation and publishing. To learn more about this position, please contact Carol Clay, Psy.D. at carol.clay@dbhds.virginia.gov for an updated brochure.



Site: Washburn Center for Children
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 2031
Location: Minneapolis, MN
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Melissa Sovak, PsyD, LP & Carin Wolfe, PsyD, LP, Co-Directors of Psychology Training - msovak@washburn.org, cwolfe@washburn.org - (612) 767-4866, (612) 767-3393
Date/Time Added: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 - 11:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, April 3, 2022 - 1:30 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        203111 - Psychology Internship (1 position)

UPDATE 4/3/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

We are excited to announce that we have 1 new open position within our psychology internship program. Applicants are encouraged to review information about our program on the APPIC Directory and our website (www.washburn.org). Please contact Dr. Melissa Sovak and Dr. Carin Wolfe for any questions about our program. We will plan to accept applications until the position is filled and will host interviews as applications are received.



Site: Syracuse University/Barnes Center at The Arch
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2538
Location: Syracuse, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Heather Cosgrove; hecosgro@syr.edu; 315-443-8000
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, April 3, 2022 - 1:30 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        253811 - Psychology Internship (1 position)

UPDATE 4/3/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Syracuse University Barnes Center at The Arch has one position to fill within our university counseling center. We currently have Provisional APPIC Membership with intent to request to transition to Full APPIC Membership once our first intern class is on site in August 2022. For more information on our membership status, please consult our full posting in the APPIC Directory. Minimum requirements to apply for a position at our site include: minimum of 500 AAPI grand total practicum hours, with 300 of those being direct intervention hours; a minimum of 3 years of graduate training in a psychology doctoral program; comprehensive exams passed; and the candidate is from a program that is APA or CPA accredited. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience working with the young adult/adult populations. We encourage interested applicants to apply to work in our diverse, dynamic, training-oriented center!



Site: Mid Atlantic Internship Consortium
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 2018
Location: Washington, DC
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Shavonne Moore-Lobban, PhD., smoore1@thechicagoschool.edu
Date/Time Added: Thursday, March 24, 2022 - 9:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Sunday, April 3, 2022 - 1:30 pm Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        201812 - The MECCA Group, LLC (2 positions)

UPDATE 4/3/22: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

The Mid-Atlantic Internship Consortium is pleased to announce that our site The Mecca Group has one (1) open position for Post Match Vacancy. We gladly accept applications from students in APA-Accredited Clinical or Counseling Psychology programs. Please email the Training Director for our brochure and see the APPIC Directory for additional information.



Site: Derner Internship Consortium
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 2224
Location: New York, NY
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Lauren Knopf, PhD; lknopf@adelphi.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:15 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 10:45 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        222412 - Madison Park Psychological Services (1 positions)

UPDATE 3/31/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

MPPS is a thriving group practice that serves high functioning patients who present with a wide range of issues such as anxiety, depression, adjustment, trauma and relationship issues. Clinicians will conduct individual therapy, and if desired, couple, family, and group therapy with adults and adolescents. Clinicians will learn to effectively use and integrate various therapeutic modalities of treatment (psychodynamic, CBT, DBT, ACT, EFT) and will learn about integrative medicine and eastern approaches to well-being and their application to psychotherapeutic treatment.



Site: Illinois School Psychology Internship Consortium
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 1132
Location: Palatine, IL
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Paula Allee-Smith; pjallee@ilstu.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 31, 2022 - 10:45 am Eastern Time
Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        113228 - Palatine D15 (1 position)

UPDATE 3/31/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

A member site of the Illinois School Psychology Internship Consortium, Palatine District 15, has one internship position available. The internship prepares an intern to become a dually-credentialed (Licensed Clinical Psychologist and credentialed School Psychologist) professional psychologist. Community Consolidated School District 15 serves over 12,000 students in grades Pre-K through 8th in seven northwest suburban communities: Palatine, Rolling Meadows, Hoffman Estates, Inverness, South Barrington, Arlington Heights, and Schaumburg. The district is located about 35 miles northwest of Chicago, IL. The student population is diverse with over 75 languages or dialects spoken. All buildings have a well developed MTSS for academic, social, emotional, and behavioral needs. A focus of the internship involves working with diverse populations to provide culturally responsive practices for students and families. Opportunities include facilitation of evidence-based instructional and mental health practices, systems-level consultation, and leadership with MTSS and PBIS. The typical week includes 3-4 days at a building , and 1-2 days providing district-level coaching for mental health supports, MTSS, program evaluation, or other systems support. Stipend: $23,000. ISPIC requires applicants to be from School Psychology doctoral programs. https://about.illinoisstate.edu/ispic/partnering-sites/district-15-palatine/



Site: Idaho Psychology Internship Consortium (ID-PIC)
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2080
Location: Pocatello and Blackfoot, ID
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Susan Martin, PsyD - susanmartin@fmridaho.org
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 2:00 pm Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 - 11:15 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/29/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        208014 - ISU Family Medicine Residency/State Hospital South (1 position)

ID-PIC https://idaho-pic.org/ has 1 position available. Stipend $30,920. Interviews on Zoom/Webex. Our accreditation site visit by APA has already occurred and awaiting final decision in April 2022; please be advised that there are no guarantees that we will ultimately achieve accreditation.

This combined site provides integrated behavioral health services in primary care and an inpatient psychiatric setting. Interns completing this site position will be prepared to work in outpatient as well as inpatient integrative settings. Stipend is $30,920. All candidates will be asked to send a sample integrated assessment report if interviewed. Interviews will be held via videoconference.



Site: Our Lady of the Lake Psychology Internship
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2510
Location: Baton Rouge, LA
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Dr. Glenn N. Jones, GJones@LSUHSC.edu, 225-757-4212
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 - 11:15 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/29/22: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        251011 - Psychology Internship (2 positions)

Our Lady of the Lake Clinical Psychology Internship is pleased to offer two (2) internshp positions with housing and many meals included.


Site: Columbus VA
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 2341
Location: Columbus, OH
APPIC Directory Listing: Click here
Training Director: Jennifer Finnerty, Psy.D., ABPP - Jennifer.Finnerty2@va.gov - 614-257-5861
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 - 10:15 am Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/29/22: THESE POSITIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED

Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        234111 - Psychology Internship (2 positions)

The Psychology Training Program at the Columbus VA welcomes applications to our internship in Health Service Psychology accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the American Psychological Association (APA). Interns participate in training across settings within the facility and its CBOCs. Training focuses on inter-professional team care with rotation opportunities in general mental health, primary care and specialty medical clinics. Please see our website for more information: https://www.va.gov/central-ohio-health-care/work-with-us/internships-and-fellowships/psychology-training-program/



Site: University of Texas Health San Antonio
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 1588
Location: San Antonio, TX
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Training Director: Cindy McGeary, PhD, ABPP mcgearyc@uthscsa.edu
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 25, 2022 - 9:30 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/25/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        158811 - Integrated Primary Care Behavioral Health (1 position)

The Psychology Internship at the University of Texas Health San Antonio has one unfilled slot within the Integrated Primary Care Behavioral Health Track. We are interviewing for the Family and Community Medicine site. The intern will have the opportunity to screen, assess, identify, and treat behavioral health concerns within the context of the healthcare team. The intern will also learn how to consult with primary care providers, supporting them around chronic disease management and health behavior change. Although being fluent in Spanish is not required, opportunities to provide services and obtain supervision in Spanish is available. The intern will also have the opportunity to provide supervision to family medicine residents and psychology trainees.



Site: Chestnut Hill College Internship Consortium – AIDS Care Group
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 2181
Location: Philadelphia, PA
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Training Director: Jade Logan, PhD, ABPP; loganj@chc.edu (best way to contact); 215-242-7702
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 12:00 noon Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 25, 2022 - 9:30 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/25/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        218111 - AIDS Care Group (1 position)

The Chestnut Hill College (CHC) Internship Consortium is an APA-Accredited doctoral internship program, administered by the Chestnut Hill College School of Graduate Studies' Department of Professional Psychology. The Consortium is a cooperative training program that includes clinical service agencies across the greater Philadelphia region. The Internship Consortium Director and Site Directors oversight of the integration and integrity of the educational and training aspects of the interns' experiences. On-site clinical supervision is provided by designated site supervisors. Each training year, the Consortium provides paid, 2,000 hour, one-year clinical internships, beginning July 1st and ending June 30th. For the upcoming 2022-2023 training year, the Consortium will be offering ten slots* across eight different sites with an annual stipend of $24,000.

The internship program at AIDS Care Group (ACG) provides interns an opportunity to become well-rounded clinical psychologists with advanced competency in working with underserved and vulnerable populations. Interns complete one full year of training in health psychology and psychotherapy rotation, serving adults (with the possibility of adolescents) living in the greater Philadelphia area, mostly residing in Delaware County, PA. Licensed psychologists on staff at ACG supervise all the interns. Specifically, the Director of Integrative Medicine oversees all psychological services, the Director of Psychology Internship oversees intern training programs, and interns is assigned to an intern as their direct supervisor and oversees daily intern activities including patient care, documentation, care coordination meetings, and individual supervision.



Site: Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center (Psychology Department)
Accreditation: NO

APPIC Member #: 2225
Location: Johnstown, PA
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Training Director: Richard Kutz, rkutz@conemaugh.org, 814-534-9369
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 25, 2022 - 9:30 pm Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/25/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        222511 - Psychology Internship (1 position)

Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center is seeking motivated applicants eager to expand their learning and experiences in areas of integrated primary care psychology and behavioral medicine among a Level 1 Trauma Center grounded in rural medicine. Interns participate in a range of rotations and electives engaging with interdisciplinary teams of healthcare professionals while maintaining professional boundaries that support healthy work-life balance. Discipline focused didactics emphasize psychological training while additional didactics in graduate medical education and health-system wide education and research support a well-rounded behavioral medicine education. The emphasis on rural medicine includes the recognition of health differences in a rural setting as well as an educational appreciation for the rich cultural background of rural settings and Appalachia.



Site: Larned State Hospital
Accreditation: YES (APA)

APPIC Member #: 2015
Location: Larned, Kansas
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Training Director: Debra Vondracek, Psy.D., LP - 620-804-1020; debra.vondracek@ks.gov
Date/Time Added: Monday, March 21, 2022 - 11:00 am Eastern Time
Date/Time Updated: Thursday, March 24, 2022 - 9:00 am Eastern Time

UPDATE 3/24/22: THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED

Program(s) Available (apply via AAPI):
        201514 - SSP (1 position)

On SSP (State Security Program), all interns will work directly with criminally committed patients. They will conduct diagnostic assessments, perform psychological testing, including comprehensive test batteries, write reports, attend treatment planning meetings, and facilitate individual and group psychological therapy, including competency restoration. However, their primary focus will be completing various forensic evaluations (e.g., competency to stand trial assessments, mental state at the time of the offense determinations, and pre-sentence evaluations). Additionally, interns will have the opportunity to observe expert testimony.

To be considered for an interview, an intern must have completed a minimum of two practica experiences, have prior experience working with an adult population, attend an APA accredited program, have a minimum graduate GPA of 3.5, and have completed dissertation proposal. After a review of the applications you may be asked to upload a writing sample.