Site Name: Desert Psychological
Department: Clinical Psychology
Interviews will be held via the phone as well as on site and will follow the guidelines that APPIC has reccomended regarding dates. There will be two interviews and a writing exercise after one of interivews. Practicum supervisors will be contacted as one of the references. For in-person interviews, plan on spending most of the day on site. There will an opportunity to meet with other trainees and ask questions as well as meet with staff. If you are unable to travel, a video call can be arranged so that the interview will be face to face.
APPIC has recommended we mention that post match we require an FBI Criminal Background check be performed. Your employment could be terminated based upon negative results from that report. You will be given a copy and an opportunity to provide an explanation.
We specialize in assessments for children and adults as well as forensic work for both Family Court and Youth Parole. Therapy for children and their families as well as for adults is also condutcted.
We are looking for 6 Interns in the following postions:
4 focus on Assessments - Children and Adolescents
2 focus on Forensics - Family Court, Custody Evaluations, Juveniles/Youth and Parole/Substance Abuse treatment
See on line Internship Brochure for full program details.
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2 focus on Forensics - Family Court, Custody Evaluations, Juveniles/ Youth and Parole, and Substance Abuse Treatment
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
www.desertpsychological.com or other application materials for a complete description of the training opportunities available at each site.