Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology

 

It is the responsibility of each student to KEEP COPIES of all documentation related to their doctoral program such as all practicum & internship documentation, personal therapy hours, syllabi, course requirements/catalogs, grade change forms, incomplete requests, student handbooks, grades, notices, correspondence, and any other documents or forms.  

DO NOT depend on your program to keep any of the above for your records, which you may need for future documentation/licensing.

Practicum & Internship Resources

 - Clinical Training Handbook

 - FAQ

 - Forms

 - State Boards of Psychology

 - Links

 

Upcoming Important Dates 

Click here for the CAPIC schedule for the 2014 Match

Click here for the APPIC schedule for the 2014 Match

 

  
 

Do you have a National Gambling Counselor Certification?

If you do and live in Nevada, there may be a practicum opportunity for you. Please contact the training office for more information. 

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Internship Application Season is Here

All students who plan to apply to internship sites this Fall 2013 to start their pre-doctoral internship training in the Fall of 2014 must submit the Internship Readiness Packet to the Clinical Training Office now.

Please view the Internship Application Presentation 2013 found here.

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Pre-Doctoral Internship Opportunity in WA State

Interviews start December 2013. If interested, please contact the clinical training office for more information.

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New Requirement for Practicum Students only

All practicum students are required to maintain a weekly log of their hours and submit to the clinical training office quarterly, at the same time as the Supervisor Evaluation of Student form is submitted. You are encouraged to maintain a more detailed log of your weekly practicum hours in addition to this weekly log. The form can be found under the link 'forms' or here: Practicum Weekly Log

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Information for Upcoming Graduates who Plan to Become Licensed in CA

If you are preparing to take the EPPP exam, you must receive permission from the CA board before you can schedule a time to take this exam. To start the process you must complete an application for licensure and pay the required fee of $40. You may do this anytime after you complete your pre-doc internship and complete your doctoral degree.

However, many people choose to start the application process after they complete their post-doc internship. Be aware that if you choose to do so, there may be a delay of many months before becoming eligible for the next step towards licensure. For more information please see the link to the Board of Psychology page that lists the current licensing timeframes: Licensing Timeframes and the link regarding information on becoming licensed: Licensure as a Psychologist

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Evaluation Process Update

Students are no longer being prompted to submit evaluations by the Clinical Training Office. These forms are due to the Clinical Training Office every quarter for practicum (For the PhD & PsyD program), every quarter for intership (PsyD Program only) and biannually for internship (PhD Program only). Please note the deadlines:

Practicum(PhD & PsyD) & PsyD Internship

Winter Quarter - Due March 31 (Includes hours accrued from January 1 through March 31)

Spring Quarter - Due June 30 (Includes hours accrued from April 1 through June 30)

Summer Quarter - Due September 30 (Includes hours accrued from July 1 through September 30)

Fall Quarter - Due December 31 (Includes hours accrued from October 1 through December 31)

PhD Internship

Spring Quarter - Due June 30 (Includes hours accrued from January 1 through June 30)

Fall Quarter - Due December 31 (Includes hours from July 1 through December 31)

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