What We Offer:
- Full Time, 12-month, 2,000-hour program in one of these three exciting settings:
- Pillars Community Services:
Community Mental Health Center
- Lawrence Hall Youth Services:
Youth Residential Treatment Program
- The Forensic Center:
Forensic Services/Community Mental Health Center
- Advanced skills in assessment and intervention in a community-based setting.
- Enhanced consultative, administrative and leadership skills.
- Increased multicultural competence in working within underserved communities.
- Refined understanding of ethical considerations and professional conduct.
- Extensive supervision, including individual and group, as well as supervision of supervision.
- A weekly didactic series focusing on current issues in the field of psychology.
What We Require:
- Enrollment in a doctoral degree program in clinical or counseling psychology, preferably from an APA accredited school.
- Completion of all course work, training, and comprehensive exams prior to starting internship
- Commitment to serving diverse and underserved communities.
- Solid clinical, leadership, organizational, and communication skills
- Desire and ability to serve as excellent representatives of the program to the training community and as mentors and supervisors to student trainees.
- Strong clinical skills, in both intervention and assessment competencies.
Application Due By: December 5, 2016
For the 2017-2018 training year, the consortium will participate in the APPIC match process and will utilize the AAPI process (www.appic.org—Click on "AAPI Online"). Visit the APPIC website for more detailed information about the training program
For more information, contact:
Dina Glaser, PsyD
Director of Applied Professional Practice & Training Consortia
325 N Wells, Suite 733
Chicago, IL 60654
p: (312) 379-1690