Site Name: Arizona State University
Department: Counseling Services
The ASU CS intern selection committee, consisting of senior staff, current interns, and the training director, considers a number of aspects of each application to determine potential fit with our training program.
We will contact all applicants by email by December 15, 2023 to notify them of their status (selected for an interview or no longer under consideration). Applicants who most closely match our internship training program criteria will be invited to interview with us via Zoom.
Zoom interviews will take place in January 2023. There will be 2 interviews, one for 45 minutes with an intern selection team that consists of one senior staff clinician and one intern, and the other one with the training director for 30 minutes. The first one will be a formal interview, and the second one will be rather informal and will give time to talk with the training director.
The ASU CS internship program uses a developmental-practitioner training model to support entry level psychologists who have the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitudes for professional practice in a multicultural context with diverse adult populations. By the end of the internship year, interns are expected to be ready to function as autonomous, entry-level practitioners with an intermediate to advanced level of competency in all 9 Professional-Wide Competency areas. An important training premise is that interns benefit from being exposed to a variety of role models with differing theoretical orientations, professional interests, and skills. The diversity of role models is seen as enhancing the development of the intern's unique professional identity. Primary strengths of the ASU CS internship are the quality of supervision and training, and the staff's commitment to training to help interns prepare well for their next steps. ASU CS actively works to model and to promote: 1) The valuing of human differences on individual, organizational, and community levels, and 2) the facilitation of human potential. The internship experience includes: A) initial consultation and additional assessment (so called intake), B) provision of individual therapy, consultation, outreach, and crisis services (including after-hour on-call services rotation in the spring semester), C) diversity seminar and intern seminar, D) case conference, F) supervision of a practicum student in the spring semester, and G) Health Services rotation. See our website for a complete program description: https://eoss.asu.edu/counseling. We welcome contact from potential applicants.
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Additional information about training opportunities: Not all rotations or training experiences may be available as described in the APPIC Directory. Please consult the program's application materials or their website at:
for a complete description of the training opportunities available at this training site. IF the site has not updated their information by August 1, feel free to contact the Training Director for additional information.