Outpatient Mental Health Child & Adult (#196712)- Interns will provide psychological services to child, adolescent and adult population, thereby broadening their range of knowledge, skills and abilities. Family therapy is frequently used in client care. Furthermore, interns will have the opportunity to facilitate groups with clients of various diagnostic issues in a setting that addresses a wide variety of mental illnesses. The interns will also be a part of a treatment team in which interns will review cases and consult with other mental health professionals.
Hospital Generalist (Adult/Child)(#196713) - Interns will provide psychological services to adults, adolescents and children in the three units of our private psychiatric hospital. Individual, group, family and consultation experiences are common with this placement. Acute mental health issues, co-occurring disorders and trauma are common diagnostic experiences in this placement.
Trauma Services (Adult/Child)(#196717) - Interns will provide psychological services to adults and adolescents within the Rape Crisis Clinic for issues related to sexual assault, child sexual abuse, human trafficking and other traumatic life experience. Individual therapy is the primary intervention for this placement, though ongoing groups for adult survivors and non-offending parents are available to be co-led by an intern.
FYI - The above are the primary internship placements for the Centerstone sites. There will be time spent providing comprehensive psychological assessments in our Diagnostic Center.
Psychological & Neurobehavioral Services
General Assessment (Child/Adult)(#196716) - Interns will provide comprehensive psychological assessment to children, adolescents and adults for diagnostic clarity and treatment planning. Assessments may include referrals from psychiatrists, therapists, other medical professionals, attorneys or community agencies. Provide adult and juvenile forensic evaluations.
Neuropsychology (#196715) - Interns provide neuropsychological assessment to children, adolescents, adults and geriatrics presenting with psychological, neuropsychological and medical conditions. Adult conditions include traumatic brain injury, stroke, seizure disorder, depression, anxiety and other mood/affective conditions. Childhood conditions include traumatic brain injury, autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, learning disorders, depression, anxiety and other mood/behavioral disorders. Provide cognitive rehabilitation services to remediate cognitive deficits and protect against future decline.
Jewish Family & Children Services
General Assessment/School-Based Therapy (#196721) - Major rotation is in general assessment, with a minor rotation in school-based therapy. Interns will provide comprehensive psychological assessments to clients 4-21 years old for differential diagnosis, treatment planning, and referrals as needed. Each intern will also have a rotation in a school-based program, providing onsite individual and family counseling, parenting interventions, psychosocial groups, and crisis interventions.
AllCare Medical Centers
Medical Psychology - AllCare provides primary healthcare to patients of all ages (from newborn to aging adults), with a psychological component integrated throughout the practice. Interns will provide individual and family therapy to an outpatient population of children, adolescents, adults, and geriatrics with acute mental health issues. Interns will also provide comprehensive psychological assessments those populations, to aid in diagnostic clarity and treatment planning. Also, interns will provide neuropsychological assessments to patients presenting with diverse psychological, neuropsychological, and medical conditions. Interns will be providing these services in office, skilled nursing, and hospital settings.