Psychology Doctoral Internship

Psychology interns will devote a minimum of 16 hours per week to clinical activities. Interns will receive individual, assessment and group supervision with a licensed psychologist as well as didactic training by senior clinical staff. Interns will participate in weekly case conferences. They will receive training in the following general clinical services:

  1. Initial Evaluations
  2. Individual Counseling
  3. Group Counseling
  4. Crisis Intervention and Consultation
  5. General Psychological Assessment and ADHD/Learning Disability Assessment

In addition, interns may receive training in a specialized interest area and on psychoeducational programming in behavioral health and wellness.

Qualifications

We seek high-energy individuals who are open to learning, receptive to feedback and motivated to develop a wide range of skills that may be requested of a psychologist. Applications from students enrolled in APA-accredited counseling and clinical psychology programs are preferred. Applicants must complete the APPIC application for psychology internships. This will include your cover letter, curriculum vitae, application form with essays, verification of readiness for internship from your academic program, all graduate transcript and three letters of recommendation. No supplemental materials are required by UCS. This internship site agrees to abide by the APPIC policy that no person at this training facility will solicit, accept or use any ranking-related information from any intern applicant.

Compensation and Benefits

Students receive a stipend of $25,000 plus individual medical benefits. Please view the UCS Doctoral Psychology Internship brochure for further details on the internship program and information about applying to this site.

Current Interns
  • Cindy Kaye, MA, Wright Institute, Berkeley, CA
  • Lauren Manning, MA, Chatham University, Pittsburgh, PA
Past Interns

2015-16: Christina Mohajerani, MA, California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) at Alliant International University, Los Angeles, CA; James Chavers, MA, Antioch University, Santa Barbara, CA

2014-15: Leslie LaFleur, MA, Antioch University, Seattle, WA; Ann Aletourneau, MS, MA, Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Chicago, IL

2013-14: Alex Gomez, MA, Antioch University, Seattle, WA; Yvona Pabian, M.Ed., Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH

2012-13: Victoria Marshall, MA, Argosy University, Schaumburg, IL; Christina Wallace, MS, Chatham University, Pittsburgh, PA

2011-12: Ryan Bradley, PsyD, Argosy University, Chicago, IL; Eboni Morris, PsyD, Argosy University, Chicago, IL