Doctoral Psychology Internships
Offered by the Psychology Department of WJCS and accredited by the American Psychological Association
The WJCS psychology department offers a doctoral internship program for students working toward a Ph.D. or Psy.D. degree in clinical, school or counseling psychology. The internship is accredited by the American Psychological Association and consists of four full-time (one-year) positions. Questions related to the program's accredited status should be directed to the Commission on Accreditation:
Each fellow is usually based at a WJCS family mental health clinic or other outpatient setting, as well as at least two rotational placements in such programs as Dialectical Behavior Therapy, forensics assessment, trauma and abuse, juvenile sex offenders and autism diagnostic evaluation. Fellows are expected to meet WJCS' evidence-based therapy, testing, research, supervision and teaching requirements.
See the Psychology Doctoral Internship Training Program Brochure.
For questions about the Psychology Internship that are not addressed by the brochure, contact Liane Nelson, Ph.D., Chief Psychologist and Director of the Trager Lemp Center for Trauma and Resilience: 914- 949-7699 x2475; [email protected].
For questions about the Psychology Internship application process not addressed by the brochure, contact Colleen Porrazzo, psychology internship Coordinator:914-848-8170; [email protected].