Site Name: Edison Court, Inc.
Department: Doctoral Internship Program
Edison Court, Inc. holds individual interviews for Phase I during the month of December. Interviews involve a group presentation, followed by several alternating individual meetings/interviews with program staff that collectively last approximately 3 hours. Interested applicants, pending a positive review of online application (AAPI), will be contacted by phone to arrange an interview day and time. Phone interviews are accaptable in cases wherein an in-person interview is not feasible. An additional site visit/tour may be arranged upon request.
Application materials, in addition to the AAPI, should include at least three (3) letters of recommendation. Submission of an integrated psychological evaluation or screening report is optional.
The pre-doctoral internship at Edison Court, Inc. aims to provide students with a wide array of clinical experiences within a non-profit, community-based agency that offers a continuum of care (residential and outpatient) including individual and group psychotherapy as well as forensic psychological screening and evaluation, multi-disciplinary team involvement, and courtroom exposure. Interns provide and mange primary therapeutic services to youth who require a higher level of care at Mathom House, Easton Manor, and PATHS, our residential treatment facilities that offer intensive inpatient treatment curricula as well as community re-entry services in the direction of independent living. The training program is ideal for students seeking to embed their professional skills by serving a court-referred population, with an emphasis upon services for juvenile delinquents (often presenting with sexually problematic behavior), and outpatient clients of all ages. The training lends itself to agency, forensic, and private practice settings.
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Additional information about training opportunities: Not all rotations or experiences may be available at all consortium sites, and some internship programs may not have updated this information recently. Please consult the program's web site
http://edisoncourt.com/ or other application materials for a complete description of the training opportunities available at each site.