The Consortium will offer 3 full-time positions during the 2021-2022 internship cycle:
1. Clinical Outpatient Diagnostics/School Psychology Track. The internship position with Wesley Family Services will allow the psychology intern to gain experiences in both a clinical setting and school setting. The psychology intern will work within both the diagnostic evaluation program, which is a diagnostic and service planning program committed to providing comprehensive evaluations to children and adolescents experiencing mental/emotional/behavioral health needs. The intern will also gain experience within a local Public School District and the Wesley Schools (K-12th grade), which includes acute hospitalization, partial hospitalization, and approved private school programs, providing consultation to teachers and therapists, completing FBAs, psychoeducational evaluation, observations, and implementing group and/or individual therapy. Psychology interns within the Diagnostic Testing/School Psychology track will work directly under the supervision of two licensed psychologists, as well as among a cohort of interns and post-doctoral residents.
2. School Psychology-Clinical Track. The intern will rotate through Wesley Family Services in which they will work with children and adolescents with social-emotional, neurodevelopmental, and behavioral disorders within a school-based acute partial, partial hospital, and an outpatient clinic. Primary activities include psychological/psychoeducational evaluations, autism assessments, individual and group therapy, as well as school psychology related activities such as IEP Team meetings, student staffing review and parent consultation.
3. School Psychology-Neuropsychology OP Track. The intern will have their main roation at an outpatient community clinic, The Psychology and Learning Center, as well as a one day weekly rotation through local contracted public schools to provide school psychology services and consulation. Primary activities include neuropsychological and psychological assessment and school psychology related activities.