|Interview process description:
Intern selection is made by a committee comprised of the training director, assistant training director, and the supervising training psychologists. Applicants are rated on the basis of their clinical training (i.e., assessment and therapy), academic coursework, letter of recommendation, clinical and research interests, progress toward dissertation completion, and stated goals for internship. Strong writing skills are also favorably evaluated, as evidenced by the APPI essays and redacted psychological report. Those prospective candidates assessed by the committee to hold interests and goals most closely matching those opportunities offered by our program will be asked to participate in a virtual interview.
Prospective candidates will be notified via email by Friday December 16, 2022 whether or not they will be granted a virtual interview (via Zoom) with the training director and supervisors. During the interview, candidates may also have the opportunity to meet with the current doctoral interns, postdoctoral fellow(s), clinical staff, and virtually tour the clinic. Interviews are typically scheduled for half a day and will be held on three days in January 2023 (specific dates- TBD). Interviews are required and weigh heavily in the matching process, as this provides an opportunity for program staff and applicants to determine fit. In addition, the program values applicants who are able to demonstrate an ability to balance strong interpersonal skills with professionalism. Interviews will only be offered to applicants who have submitted a complete application and only after these applications have been screened by the faculty. Applicants who wish to be considered for interviews should submit application materials prior to November 20, 2022.
The internship training program agrees to abide by the APPIC policy regarding offers or acceptances. More specifically, no person at this training facility will solicit, accept, or use any ranking-related information from any intern applicant. If you encounter violations of the APPIC policy, please consider discussing it with your academic training director and reporting the violation to APPIC Standards and Review Committee by completing a Complaint Form at: http://www.appic.org/Forms/APPIC-Standards-Review-ASARC-Complaint-Form.
For any questions regarding the application or interview process, please contact Dr. Carlina R. Wheeler, Training Director. She can be reached at: email@example.com or 916-875-1183.
Our program website can be found at: https://health.ucdavis.edu/psychiatry/education/child_psychology/internship.html
|We have matched with interns from these programs:
||Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, CA; University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; Palo Alto University, Palo Alto, CA; Spalding University, Louisville, KY; Fuller Theological Seminary, Fullerton, CA; Adler University, Chicago, IL; University of CA, Santa Barbara; Alliant International University, Sacramento, CA