We are requesting that as part of your application, you include a one- page cover letter, providing a summary of how your goals and experience match the opportunities available at our site. Please list and bold the interest areas in which you are interested (Eating Disorder, Sport Psychology, AB540/Undocumented Student, Campus Community Outreach Programming, or General Clinical/Training Focus). See our website for more information about the training opportunties at our site: https://shcs.ucdavis.edu/about/employment-caps-training
Please note: Minimum Number of AAPI Intervention Hours is 425, and expected to be achieved at time of application submission. If your hours are close to this cut off (25-50 hours), please include a statement in your cover letter explaining how the pandemic affected accrual of hours and how you intend to obtain additional hours this 2021-2022 year. Intervention hours may include individual therapy, group therapy, couples counseling, career counseling, assessment interpretation sessions, crisis interventions, providing supervision, faciitating outreach presentations, and the output time of mental health podcasts.
International students are encouraged to apply. Authorization to work during internship is obtained thru your graduate program, typically CPT (Curricular Practical Training).
Applicants are contacted to set up interviews BY EMAIL by on December 10, 2021. Phone interviews or virtual/video interviews are usually conducted during the first week of January. The interview times are offered to candidates simultaneously in an email and will be determined first come-first served. If the interview times cannot work for you, please provide an explanation. Given the multiple schedules involved, we may need to select another candidate to interview.
We are unable to alert candidates that their application is not moving forward in the process.
Communication with the TD, current/previous interns and other staff are welcome. After interviews, we will host an online meeting for candidates to further ask questions TD, supervisors, and current UCD trainees in mid-January.
We are looking forward to the opportunity to get to know you!