The Ohio Psychology Internship is a consortium of training sites each following a community based practitioner model. Interns are trained at community based sites in Northeastern Ohio. Each supervisor is a licensed psychologist and is credentialed by the Ohio Psychology Internship.
Outpatient Forensics Services - interns work in a large outpatient forensic agency where they conduct individual and group therapy with domestic violence clients, sex offenders, solicitors, and drug and alcohol clients. Interns get exposure to mental health and drug court as well as participate in forensic evaluations and jail visits. Interns gain significant experience in forensic assessments. Some interns work O one day a week with Oriana House, a community based correctional facility, where they provide group and crisis services to forensic and substance abuse clients.
Inpatient Psychiatric Hospital - interns work in a state psychiatric hospital in Massillon Ohio where they provide individual and group therapy to patients on acute care and long term forensic hospital units. Interns complete psychological evaluations and participate in discharge planning. Interns are active members of the multidisciplinary team which meets daily to review cases.
Correctional Services Track - interns work at two state prison facilties to provide individual and group therapy, psychological evaluations and testing, trauma treatment, crisis intervention, suicide risk management, release planning, dual diagnosis groups, and brief interventions.
Interns are provided with 100 hours of didactic training seminars inlcuding training on DBT, child, forensic, gerontology, multicultural, supervision, ethics and others. Interns can be members on the Diversity Committee and one intern can serve as the Chief Intern.