Dear future Intern:
Thank you for your interest in our APA Accredited psychology internship program. In our website materials, we present an overview of our training program below. CAPS staff highly values internship training and consider it to be a critical component of our agency. Our internship program was first accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) since 1974.
For further information, contact APA Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation, 750 First Street, N.E., Washington, DC 20002-4242;
(202) 336-5979 or visit APA's Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation website.
I hope that you find the information on these pages useful in helping you decide if our site would match your training needs.
- Rich Scott
- Mission Statement for Pre-Doctoral Internship in Professional Psychology
- The Clientele
- The Staff
- Professional Development Activities
Applications are due by Monday, November 20, 2016.
The Counseling and Psychological Services primary mission is to provide therapeutic, training, consultative, and outreach services to the University community. We sponsor the Eating Disorders Outpatient Program (EDOP) in coordination with the Wellness and Health Promotion Services and Student Health Services.
As of January, 2006, The Counseling and Psychological Services is located in the Student Health Center which adjoins the Student Recreation Center. The Student Health Center was newly constructed in 2005 and is occupied by the Counseling and Psychological Services, Medical Clinic, Psychiatry, Pharmacy, Sport Medicine and Physical Therapy, Student Dental, Student Insurance, and the Wellness and Health Promotion Services. The Counseling and Psychological Services includes two group rooms, training suites for practicum students, and secured, networked computers for electronic scheduling and clinical record keeping.
Each intern has his or her own fully equipped office, including a computer with internet access and a digital video camera.