****Please note, ALL applicants will be notified of their interview status by email on Friday December 2nd. If you do not hear from this site prior to the end of the day (5pm EST), please contact the Training Director to inquire. In previous years there have been techinical glitches resulting in notification emails not reaching applicants.****
Interview dates occur between January 9-20th. Interivews for the 2023-2024 year will ALL be held virutally regardless of applicant location. NO in person interviews will be offered or conducted.
Applicants will meet will meet as a group wiht the Training Director at 9am for a welcome orientation to the site, which is non-evaluative. Those applyingto the Child, Youth and Family Rotations will meet as a group with the rotations' supervisors. This will be followed by three, individual interviews with rotation supervisors, and a non-evaluative meeting with a current resident from one of the rotations to which the applicant applied. Due to the large number of applicants interviewed, it is possible for the interview day to last the bulk of the day (9-5pm) with breaks in between. The site does its best to minimize large gaps between interviews.
For those applying to rotations in the General Track, all applicants will meet individually with supervisors from a minimum of two of the five rotations that were ranked in the applicant's cover letter. In some cases, applicants will meet with supervisors from three of the five rotations they listed. Names of interivewing supervisors will be listed on the interview schedule provided. Applicants will also meet with at least one current resident from a rotation with which they are interviewing.
For those applying to the Forensics or Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Track, interviews will be with track supervisors as well as a current resident.
All interviewees will be provided with the contact information of current residents should they be unable to speak to them on the day of the interivew.
They typically start at 9am with an orientation with the Training Director of the overall residency program. This meeting is in a group format with other applicants interviewing on the same day. Applicants then meet with the rotation supervisors. This may involve a single supervisor or a team of supervisor involved in the particular rotation. Applicants would be advised in their itinery how many interviewers would be present. Applicants would have a provided lunch with current residents from the rotations to which they are applying with applicants interviewing on the same day. On average, an applicant can anticipate 4 meetings during the course of a day, although more are possible. It is not recommended that other interviews be scheduled for the same day.