Clinical Training Program
Doctoral-level Clinical Training
This training program provides counseling and clinical psychology doctoral students with intense clinical experiences that will prepare them to function in many different specializations within the psychology field.
The doctoral training program has three rotations:
The clinical rotation trains student interns to provide direct therapy services for individuals, families, and groups, while the testing rotation offers students training in psychoeducational testing and psychological evaluations. The research rotation gives student interns the opportunity to conduct research in our wellness programs and submit manuscripts for publication. All rotations are supervised by clinical psychologists.
Student interns also get the opportunity to train in specialized rotations when supervision is available. For example, students may get training in clinical supervision (i.e., supervising a masters-level intern) or psychology administration (i.e., running a mental health program).
We provide formative and summative feedback to our student interns and provide one hour of individual supervision per week and two hours of group supervision per month. It should be noted that students get access to the clinical experiences above based on their clinical development.
Former student interns have come from a wide array of school and have gone on to work in a diversity of mental health settings. Check out our Intern Cohorts page, which lists information about our former and current student interns.