Fairleigh Dickinson University

Outpatient Externships

 

Association to Benefit Children

Bergen Neuropsychological Group, INC.

Bloomfield College

Bronx Center for Community Development

Brooklyn Children’s Center

Brooklyn College of the City of New York

Catholic Community Services

Center for Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy

Child Guidance Center of Southern CT, Inc.

Columbia University Head Start

Connecticut State, F.S. DuBois Center

Fairleigh Dickinson University Counseling Center

Family Services of Westchester

Fordham University

Holy Name Hospital

Hudson River Regional Psychology Internship Program

Institute for Behavioral Therapy

Iona College Counseling Center

Jacobi Medical Center North Bronx Healthcare Network

Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services

Jewish Child Care Association of New York

Leake and Watts Services, Inc.

Lenox Hill Hospital

Lenox Hill Hospital Clinical/School Externship

Maimonides Medical Center

Metropolitan Center for Mental Health

National Institute for the Psychotherapies, Inc.

New York Hospital, Cornell Medical Center-Externship in Clinical Neuropsychology

    New York Presbyterian Hospital-Children’s Day Hospital

    New York Presbyterian Hospital-Externship in Psychological Assessment

    New York Presbyterian Hospital-Neuropsycholgy Externship

New York University Counseling Center

Northside for Child Development, Inc.

Pace University

Payne Whitney Clinic

Project Return Foundation

Purchase College State University of New York

Riverdale Mental Health Association

Roberto Clemente Center

Rockland Psychiatric Center

Rutgers State University of New Jersey

Saint Thomas Aquinas College

Smither's Alcoholism Treatment and Training Center

Society for Children and Families

Upper Manhattan Mental Health Center

    United Cerebral Palsy


 

 

Association to Benefit Children

203 East 124th Street

New York, NY 10635

 

Contact:

Training Offered:

Prerequisites

Clinic:

School Based Health Center:

To Apply:

Requirements:

Mail application and materials to:

Deadline:

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Bergen Neuropsychology Group Inc.
121 Cedar Lane
Teaneck, NJ 07666
(201) 928-0012

Description of Facility:

Days and Hours:

Testing:           

Therapy:

Populations Served:      

Services/Rotations:       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

Clinic:

School Based Health Center:

To Apply:

Prerequisites:

Mail application and materials to:

Deadline:

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Bloomfield College

Essex County, New Jersey

 

Contact:

 

Description of Facility:

  • Bloomfield College is a private, liberal arts college of about 2,000 students. The student body is a diversity of backgrounds and cultures.

 

Days and Hours:

  • Seeking someone to commit for two consecutive semesters for 10-15 hours per week. Some evening hours probably will be required. Brochure does not specify specific days.

Program:

  • Students training would be asked to provide individual counseling to students, outreach to the resident students, group work which would be arranged depending on trainee’s area of interest and student need.

Testing:

Therapy           

  • Individual        

  • Group

Populations Served:      

Services/Rotations       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist

Prerequisites:

 

To Apply:

 

Mail application and materials to:

Deadline:

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Bronx Center for Community Development
2432 Grand Concourse
Bronx, NY 10458
 

Contact:

  • Dr. Allison Spillman or Dr. Charles Herr     

  • (718) 584-5035

Description of Facility:

  • The Bronx Center for Community Development is an outpatient mental health center. The offer individual, group and family therapy to adults and children. They are affiliated with Bronx Lebanon Hospital. Patients have a variety of diagnoses ranging from adjustment difficulties to severe, persistent mental disorders.

 

Days and Hours:

  • Psychology externs can be at the clinic from one to three days a week, preference given to more advanced students and those available for at least two days a week. Brochure does not indicate any specific day. A stipend will be offered.

 

Program:

  • Externs at the BCCD will receive training in intake assessment, psychological testing and psychotherapy. A single staff psychologist is responsible for overseeing each student’s training, based on his or her level of experience. Externs have the opportunity to participate in-group supervision led by psychologists.

Testing:

Therapy:           

  • Individual        

  • Group 

  • Couple/Family 

Populations Served:      

  • Children          

  • Adolescents     

  • Adults 

Services/Rotations:       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

  • Provided in a Group Setting

  • Case Conference/Seminars      

Prerequisites:

Clinic:

School Based Health Center:

To Apply:

Requirements:

Mail application and materials to:

Deadline:

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Brooklyn Children’s Center
1819 Bergen Street
Brooklyn, NY 11233-4513
 

Contact:

  • L. Sean Schwartz, Ph.D., Director

  • (718) 221-4500 x 267


 

Description of Facility:

  • Children’s facility for residents of Kings County who need intermediate-term care due to severe emotional disturbance. The facility currently serves 48 inpatients in four residential units and 40 outpatients in an on-site day treatment school.

 

Days and Hours:

  • The Department offers both two and three day per week externships with a minimum commitment of 16 hours per week spread over three days.

 

Program:

  • Training occurs on facility grounds in Brownsville, Brooklyn and involves patients in all four residential units as well as in the day treatment school.

Testing:

Therapy:           

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Couple/Family 

Populations Served:      

  • Children          

  • Adolescents     

Services/Rotations:       

  • Inpatient          

  • Outpatient       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:   

  • Provided Individually   

  • Provided in a Group Setting     

Prerequisites:

  • Written approval from the university regarding readiness for externship

  • Completion of a course in intelligence testing of children and adolescents

  • Completion of a course in projective testing

 

Transportation:

  • Directions to site from Fordham and from midtown Manhattan

  • Estimated time to commute from Fordham and from midtown Manhattan

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Brooklyn College of the City of New York
1303 James Hall 2900 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11210-2889
 

Contact:

  • Prof. Gregory A. Kuhlman, Director
    Personal Counseling and Career Services Center
     

  • (718) 951-5174

  • Fax (718) 951-4481
     

  • Email Kuhlman@Brooklyn. CUNY.edu

Description of Facility:

  • The personal counseling program is part of a multi-service counseling center—the Personal Counseling Center and Career Services—on the campus of Brooklyn College. The personal counseling program provides intake assessment and referral, crisis intervention, brief individual counseling, and group counseling and counseling workshops for students at the college. Center also provides consultation and referral for faculty and staff members.

Days and Hours:

  • Practicum and intern positions require a minimum two-day, at least eight hours total, per week. Brochure does not indicate specific days. There are several intercession and holiday periods when staff provides coverage by rotation.

Testing:

Therapy           

  • Individual         

  • Group 

Populations Served:      

Services/Rotations:       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

  • Provided in a Group Setting     

Prerequisites:

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Catholic Community Services
1160 Raymond Boulevard
Newark, NJ 07102
 

Contact:

  • Thomas J. Catlaw and Regina M. Adesanya, Ph.D.

  • (973)596-4040

  • Fax (973) 596-4037

  • Email regina@ccsnewark.org

 

Description of Facility:

  • Catholic Community Services through Eric J. Feldman Child and Family Development Center has positions available for doctoral candidates in child and/or child clinical psychology, school psychology, developmental psychology or clinical psychology. There are training rotations within the Eric J. Feldman Center which include the Mount Carmel Guild preschool, Day Care Centers Consultation Project, and Diagnostic and Family Services.

 

Days and Hours:

  • Candidates will be required to be on site two and one half days per week or twenty hours weekly. Brochure does not indicate specific days.

Program:

  • The externship is designed to provide interested students with an opportunity to increase their knowledge based in the area of early childhood development. The successful candidate will be working primarily with children between the ages of six months to five years of age and will participate in a minimum of two service rotations during the academic year. Externs will have the opportunity to conduct psychological evaluations, provide on site observation and consultation to staff, plan and conduct staff training, provide play and family therapy under supervision and participate in case conferences. Bilingual and minority candidates are especially encouraged to consider this opportunity.

 

Testing:

Therapy           

  • Individual         

  • Group 

Populations Served:      

  • Infants 

  • Children

  • Adolescents     

Services/Rotations:       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:   

  • Provided Individually   

  • Case Conference/Seminars      

Prerequisites:

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Center for Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy
137 East 36th Street
New York, NY 10016
 

 

Contact:

  • Steven Phillipson, Ph.D.

  • (212) 686-6886

  • Fax (212) 686-0943

Description of Facility:

  • CCP is a group practice located in midtown Manhattan. The majority of clients have some subclassification of anxiety disorders. Working with people who have both Axis I and Axis II is common place. Depression and social skill deficits are also common areas of focus.

 

Days and Hours:

  • Time commitment of approximately 16 hours each week for academic year (September through May). Brochure does not indicate any specific day. The option of starting mid summer and / or remaining through the following September is considered.

Program:

  • Students will be able to conduct intake sessions, work in conjunction with senior staff for home-visits, and in vivo exposure exercises. They will provide individual psychotherapy (short and long term). Also students co-lead obsessive-compulsive disorder support/behavior therapy groups. Students conduct peer supervision with first year LIU extern. They consult with other mental health professionals, formulate diagnostic impressions, and psychological evaluations (intelligence and personality). There is a caseload of 5 to 12 individual clients. Clinical time is augmented with literature reviews pertaining to novel clinical topics. Research opportunities using centers clientele are available.

 

Testing:

  • Intellectual Assessment            

  • Behavioral/Personality Assessment    

Therapy:           

  • Individual         

  • Group 

Populations Served:      

Services/Rotations:       

  • Outpatient       

  • Research         

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:   

  • Provided Individually   

  • Case Conference/Seminars      

Prerequisites:

  • Graduate students in a doctoral program in clinical psychology. Some previous clinical experience is highly desirable.

  • Having an easy going disposition and an availability to take the initiative are characteristics that are priorities and thus highly valued.

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Child Guidance Center of Southern CT, Inc.
103 West Broad Street
Stamford, CT 06902
 

 

Contact:

  • Larry M. Rosenberg, Ph.D. Clinical Director

  • Stamford (203) 324-6127

  • Greenwich (203) 869-7187

  • New Canaan (203) 966-3967

  • Fax (203) 348-9378

 

Description of Facility:

  • The Child Guidance Center is a professional mental health agency equipped to assist children or adolescents, and their parents, with emotional, behavioral, developmental, and family problems.

Days and Hours:

Program:

Testing:

Therapy:

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Couple/Family 

 

Populations Served:      

  • Children          

  • Adolescents     

 

Services/Rotations:       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

Prerequisites

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Columbia University Head Start
601 West 168th Street #42
Brooklyn, NY 11233-4513
 

 

Contact:

  • Carmen Rodriguez, Director
    (718) 221-4500 x 267

Description of Facility:

  • Provides education, health, nutrition, and social services to 111 young children. Externs work with children, adults, and extended families. Spanish fluency is preferred.

Days and Hours:

  • The Department requires a one-semester commitment working 8-12 hours per week.

Program:

  • Training occurs on facility grounds in Brownsville, Brooklyn and involves patients in all four residential units as well as in the day treatment school. Training involves the following:

Testing:

  • Missing Inf.

Therapy:

  • Group 

  • Consultation/Liaison     

Populations Served:

  • Children          

  • Adults 

Services/Rotations:

  • Outpatient       

  • Research         

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

Prerequisites:

  • Written approval from the university regarding readiness for externship

  • Fluency in Spanish

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Connecticut State, F.S. DuBois Center
1515 Summer Street
Stamford, Connecticut 06905
 

 

 

Contact:

  • Loraine Ferraro, Ph.D., Director, Community Treatment Services
    (203) 327-0620

Description of Facility:

  • Details concerning the facility are unclear.  However, students rotate between two clinical services: crisis intervention service and community treatment service.

 

Days and Hours:

  • Days and hours are variable

Program:

  • Training occurs on facility grounds in Stamford, Connecticut.

Testing:

  • Missing Inf.

Therapy:

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Couple/Family 

  • Consultation/Liaison     

Populations Served:

  • Children          

  • Adolescents     

  • Adults 

  • Geriatric

Services/Rotations:

  • Outpatient       

  • Research         

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

  • Provided Individually   

Prerequisites:

  • Written approval from the university regarding readiness for externship

Transportation:

  • Take the MetroNorth to Stamford and walk to the center

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Fairleigh Dickinson University Counseling Center
1000 River Road
Teaneck, NJ
(201) 692-2000

Description of Facility:

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Days and Hours:

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Program

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Testing

  • Missing Inf.

Therapy

  • Missing Inf.

Populations Served

  • Missing Inf.

Services/Rotations

  • Missing Inf.

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist

  • Missing Inf.

Prerequisites

  • Missing Inf.

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Family Services of Westchester
One Summit Avenue
White Plains, NY 10606
 

 

Contact:

  • Rebecca Abramson, Ph.D. Supervising Psychologist
    (914) 948-8004

Description of Facility:

  • The Family Service center has over 40 years of experience providing a variety of clinical services to individuals throughout Westchester County. The agency serves an ethnically and socio-economically diverse patient population.

Days and Hours:

  • The externship is a nine to twelve month program beginning in September of each year. Students who are interested in doing so may start their training in the summer. Students are expected to spend 15 to 20 hours per week spread over two to three days. Brochure does not indicate specific day(s).

 

Program:

  • The externship involves supervised experience in specialized programs including mental health services for persons infected with HIV/AIDS and their families, residential care for adolescents, Therapeutic Foster Care, Homeless Assessment Project, Elder Services, and Adoption and Children’s Services.

Testing:

Therapy

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Couple/Family 

Populations Served:

  • Children          

  • Adolescents     

  • Adults 

  • Geriatric

Services/Rotations:       

  • Outpatient       

  • Outpatient       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

  • Provided in a Group Setting     

  • Case Conference/Seminars      

Prerequisites:

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Fordham University
Counseling center at Rosehill / Lincoln Center
Rosehill Campus Counseling Center
226 Dealy Hall
Bronx, NY 10458
 

Contact:

  • Jonathan Krieger, Ph.D., Asst. Director
    (718) 817-3725

Description of Facility:

  • The Fordham University counseling centers at Rosehill and Lincoln Center offer clinical training exclusively to Fordham University graduate students in clinical and counseling psychology working towards their doctoral degrees. Opportunity to work with graduates and undergraduates under close supervision. Clients have a wide spectrum of difficulties, including adjustment and interpersonal difficulties, developmental issues, and specifically psychopathology, including mood and anxiety disorders, personality disorders, eating disorders, ect…

 

Program:

  • The program provides a strong foundation in psychotherapy as well as training specifically geared towards working in a college counseling setting. There is a caseload of six concurrent individual clients, weekly supervision, informal supervision always available, training and experience in evaluation and initial consultation. Testing

Therapy:

  • Individual         

  • Group 

Populations Served:

  • Adults  XX

Services/Rotations:

  • Outpatient       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

  • Provided in a Group Setting     

  • Case Conference/Seminars      

Prerequisites:

  • Missing Inf.

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Holy Name Hospital
718 Teaneck Road
Teaneck, New Jersey 07666
 

Contact:

 

Description of Facility:

  • Holy Name Hospital is a 361-bed comprehensive community health care facility. They are a Catholic, voluntary, non-profit, hospital committed to the ministry of healing.

 

Program:

  • Within the Holy Name Hospital there are several training modules. These include: The Holy Name Hospital Psychiatric Pavilion, which provides services to patients who need acute psychiatric treatment in a voluntary inpatient setting. This is a 23 bed adult unit. The next module is The Holy Name Hospital Oncology Center, which provides services to patients who need radiation therapy and outpatient chemotherapy services. The Holy Name Hospital Regional Hemodialysis Center provides outpatient services three times a week to patients suffering from end Stage Renal Disease. Here the intern works with chronically ill patients and their families by facilitating the psychosocial adjustment to dependence on dialysis. The Holy Name Pediatric Clinic provides outpatient services to children in the Teaneck community. Some problems these children suffer include: failure to thrive, elimination disorders, sleep disturbance, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

Testing:

  • Intellectual Assessment

  • Achievement Testing    

  • Behavioral/Personality Assessment       

Therapy:

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Couple/Family 

Populations Served:

  • Children          

  • Adolescents     

  • Adults 

  • Geriatric          

Services/Rotations:

  • Inpatient          

  • Outpatient       

  • Day Hospital   

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

  • Provided in a Group Setting     

  • Case Conference/Seminars      

Prerequisites:

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Hudson River Regional Psychology Internship Program

New York State Office of Mental Health

Predoctoral Internship Program in Professional Psychology

 

Locations:

  • Hudson River Psychiatric Center

  • Poughkeepsie, New York 12601

  • Middletown/Rockland Psychiatric Centers Combined Site

  • Middletown Psychiatric Center

  • Middletown, New York 10940

  • Rockland Psychiatric Center

  • Orangeburg, New York 10962

 

 

 

 

 

Structure of the Program:

  • Interns spend four days each week at the “home” site and one day each week with all other regional interns attending seminars and other training experiences.

  • The core seminar day is shared with all interns and consists of seminars and other training experiences designed to increase interns’ skills and knowledge as professional psychologists.  This is the opportunity for all six interns to share and learn from each other.

  • Core day seminar series this past year have included: Behavioral Assessment, Psychological testing and Evaluation, Neuropsychological Evaluation,

Days and Hours:

  • The four days each week spent at the “home” site encompass supervised placements in inpatient programs and outpatient clinics.

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Institute For Behavioral Therapy
137 East 36th Street
New York, New York
 

 

Contact:

  • Steven T. Fishman, Ph.D , Administrative Director
    (212) 686-8778

Description of Facility:

  • The Institute began in 1971. A professional staff of psychologists, psychiatrists, and pre and postdoctoral fellows serve clients. The staff is trained to deal with a wide range of problem areas such as: anxiety, phobias, depression, eating disorders, and compulsive behaviors.

 

Days and Hours:

  • Missing Inf.

Program:

  • Behavior therapy is designed to be a short term, action oriented approach to therapy that allows both the client and the therapist to work together to reach the desired goals

Testing:

  • Intellectual Assessment

Therapy:

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Couple/Family 

Populations Served:                   

  • Children          

  • Adolescents     

  • Adults 

  • Geriatric

Services/Rotations:

  • Outpatient       

  • Outpatient       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

  • Provided in a Group Setting     

Prerequisites:

  • Missing Inf.

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Iona College Counseling Center
715 North Avenue
New Rochelle, NY 10801-1890
 

 

Contact:

  • Mitchell Levy, Ph.D., Coordinator of Training
    (914) 633-2038
    Mlevy@iona.edu

Description of Facility:

  • Student counseling center at Iona College. They have a wide variety of groups to lead.

Days and Hours:

  • The Department requires a minimum commitment of one and a half days per week.

Program:

  • Training occurs on facility grounds in Brownsville, Brooklyn and involves patients in all four residential units as well as in the day treatment school. Training involves the following:

Testing:

  • Therapy 

  • Individual

  • Group 

Populations Served:

  • Adults 

  • Adults 

Services/Rotations:

  • Outpatient       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

  • Provided in a Group Setting     

  • Case Conference/Seminars      

Prerequisites:

  • Written approval from the university regarding readiness for externship

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Jacobi Medical Center North Bronx Healthcare Network
Jacobi Medical Center
Nurses Residence-Room 4-South 20
1400 Pelham Parkway South
Bronx, NY 10461
 

 

Contact:

  • Therea Keane, Ph.D
    (718) 918-7805

Description of Facility:

  • Jacobi Medical Center is a member of the North Bronx Healthcare Network, which also includes North Central Bronx Hospital. Jacobi Medical Center is affiliated with Albert Einstein College of Medicine. It serves an ethnically and economically diverse population.

 

Days and Hours:

  • Missing Inf.

Program:

  • There are three services where psychology externs receive intensive training in outpatient psychotherapy and psychological assessment. These are the Child and Adolescent Outpatient Clinic, Family Based Services, and the Family and Youth Alcohol Program. In all three clinics, trainees will be able to work with children and adults, families, groups, and couples.

Testing:

  • Intellectual Assessment

  • Behavioral/Personality Assessment       

Therapy:

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Couple/Family 

Populations Served:

  • Children          

  • Adolescents     

  • Adults 

  • Geriatric

Services/Rotations:

  • Outpatient       

  • Outpatient       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

  • Provided in a Group Setting     

Prerequisites:

  • Letter of interest

  • Vita

Transportation:

  • By Car: Bronx River Parkway or New England Thruway to Pelham Parkway. Turn South on Eastchester Road, right on Morris Park Avenue, right on Seminole Avenue

  • By Subway: Take the IRT #5 or #2 train to East 180th Street, then take the BX 21 Bus to Seminole Avenue. You can also take the IRT #5 or #2 train to White Plains Road and Pelham Parkway, and the BX 12 Bus to Jacobi Medical Center

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Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services
120 west 57th Street
New York, NY 10019-3371
 

 

Contact:

  • John Whitehead, Ph.D., Director of Psychology Training
    (212) 632-4667

Description of Facility:

  • The Jewish Board of Family and Children Services is one of the largest mental health agencies in the world. They offer an extremely wide range of services to a diverse population representative of the ethnic, religious, and socioeconomic backgrounds of families living in all boroughs of New York City, Westchester and Long Island. The agency serves a full age range of clients through a variety of programs including community based outpatient clinics, residential treatment centers for children and adolescents, day treatment programs and special schools for children and adolescents, nursery school and day care centers for preschool children, and crisis intervention units.

 

Days and Hours:

  • Minimum of two days a week. Externship runs from September until June.

  • Brochure does not indicate required day.

Program:

  • The large network of JBFCS programs offers many and varied opportunities for training, including carefully supervised individual, family, and group psychotherapy, psychodiagnostic assessments, psychoeducational remediation, and school consultation. Externs also participate in interdisciplinary staff conferences and case conferences, and they have the opportunity to attend workshops or seminars offered at the placement sites or at the main office.

Testing:

  • Intellectual Assessment

  • Behavioral/Personality Assessment       

 

Therapy:

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Couple/Family 

Populations Served:      

  • Children          

  • Adolescents     

  • Adults 

Services/Rotations:       

  • Inpatient          

  • Outpatient       

  • Day Hospital   

  • Research         

 

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

  • Provided in a Group Setting     

  • Case Conference/Seminars      

Prerequisites:

  • Students have usually completed two or three years of graduate training prior to an externship at JBFCS. They are expected to have completed course work in cognitive and projective testing and to have had some experience in administering a full test battery and preparing a written report.  All applicants must have approval of their department chairperson, Resume, and three letters of recommendation, two from faculty members and one from a clinician familiar with the student's work outside the University

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Jewish Child Care Association of New York

575 Lexington Avenue

New York, NY 10022

 

 

Contact:

  • Margot Lacey, Ph.D., Coordinator of Training

  • (212) 371-1313

Description of Facility:

  • The JCCA has facilities throughout the metropolitan area and serves a multi-ethnic, multicultural population of about eight thousand children and their family members yearly. The main office is in Manhattan with divisions in Queens, Brooklyn and Westchester, and foster homes in NYC, Nassau and Suffolk. Children range in age from infancy to twenty-one. Some children are healthy while others have mild, moderate or more severe emotional, behavioral and/or intellectual handicaps. They remain in placement for about one to two years before returning home, going to another foster care setting, being adopted or being discharged to independent living.

 

Days and Hours:

  • Two to three days per week for twelve months beginning Monday after Labor Day

Program:

  • Program provides closely supervised, varied and intensive clinical experience. Direct clinical experience, in assessment and in psychotherapeutic intervention, supervision, consultation, and clinical and theoretical seminars are designed to provide a core foundation for the professional development of the psychology extern. The training program aims to extend and deepen the extern's level of professional development through exposure to a broad range of intrapsychic, familial and social aspects of child and adolescent normal development and psychopathology. Case load is usually seven to ten cases with clients of varied ages, gender, ethnic backgrounds, ect…

Testing:

  • Intellectual Assessment

  • Achievement Testing    

  • Behavioral/Personality Assessment       

Therapy:           

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Couple/Family 

  • Consultation/Liaison     

Populations Served:      

  • Infants 

  • Children          

  • Adolescents     

Services/Rotations:       

  • Outpatient       

  • Outpatient       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

  • Provided in a Group Setting     

  • Case Conference/Seminars      

Prerequisites:

  • Enrolled in a professional psychology doctoral program in clinical, counseling or school psychology

  • Completion of relevant practicum training

  • Approval of training director

  • Application due by Dec. 1, including current vitae, transcript, three letters of reference, letter from director of doctoral training program stating eligibility, two psychological assessment reports

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Leake and Watts Services, Inc.
463 Hawthorne Avenue
Yonkers, NY 10705
 

 

Contact:

  • Stephen Danyko, Ph.D. , Michelina Santorelli, Psy.D.
    (914) 963-5220

Description of Facility:

  • The residential facility services approximately 180 children between the ages of 12 and 20. These children live, attend school, work, etc.. on the grounds where the extern will be placed. In addition, externs may be asked to provide services to younger clients within foster boarding and group home programs. Of the 180 children residing on the grounds, approximately 60% are female and 40% are male. The majority of the residents are from lower SES backgrounds. Many are classified as emotionally disturbed, some are placed in cottages that service children with psychiatric disorders and / or substance abuse as well.

 

Days and Hours:

  • Two full days or 16 hours per week. Days and hours are flexible . The externship is expected to last 10 months to 1 year depending on university requirements.

 

Program:

  • Externs will be placed mainly within the diagnostic unit. This unit consists of three cottages, 9 per cottage. Two cottages are for girls and one is for boys. Externs function as part of a diagnostic team. The main function, and the area of specific training, is that of psychological testing and diagnosis. 90% to 95% of placement time will be spent administering various psychological tests, writing reports, and taking part in treatment/discharge planning meetings. The remaining 5 to 10% may be allotted to clinical services such as co-leading groups or meeting individually with clients, as well as meeting for supervision. Each extern will meet a minimum of one hour per week for supervision.

 

Testing:

  • Behavioral/Personality Assessment       

  • Neuropsychological Assessment          

Therapy:           

  • Individual         

  • Group 

Populations Served:      

  • Children          

  • Adolescents     

Services/Rotations:       

  • Inpatient          

  • Outpatient       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:   

  • Provided Individually   

  • Provided in a Group Setting     

  • Case Conference/Seminars      

Prerequisites:

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Lenox Hill Hospital Clinical/School Externship
320 West 21st Street #315
New York, NY 10011
 

 

Contact:

  • Dr. Audrey Alton, Psychologist
    (212)229-1060

Description of Facility:

  • In 1995, Lenox Hill Hospital and School District #2 received a select NYS Department of Health grant to provide comprehensive health care to the students of P.S. 11 and The Clinton School at no cost. The primary care site is located on the third floor of the Chelsea School and is staffed by a nurse practitioner, psychologist, developmental pediatrician, health educator, and office manager.

 

Days and Hours:

  • This is a ten-month position with a two-day commitment, from 8 AM to 4 PM.

 

Program:

  • As an extern, you will, in addition to providing direct services, have to opportunity to be an effective collaborator, interfacing with a multidisciplinary team of professionals. You will receive training in both cognitive behavioral and psychodynamic psychotherapy for individuals, groups, and families. The extern will be expected to administer supervised diagnostic batteries familiarizing them with current trends in assessing learning difficulties and ADD/ADHD.

Testing:

  • Intellectual Assessment

  • Behavioral/Personality Assessment       

  • Neuropsychological Assessment          

Therapy:           

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Couple/Family 

Populations Served:

  • Children          

  • Adolescents     

Services/Rotations:

  • Outpatient      

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

Prerequisites:

  • The program is open only to predoctoral students in clinical or combined clinical/school psychology who have completed at least one year of training.

  • Resume should clearly describe the extent of your experience with children, adolescents, and adults in assessment and treatment.

  • Two letters of reference forwarded directly by a supervisor and program director, confirming that you have completed, at least, one year of training.

 

Lenox Hill Hospital
100 East 77th Street
New York, NY 10021
 

 

Contact:

  • Michael Stein, Ph.D., or Wooster, Welton, Ph.D.

  • (212) 434-2276 or (212) 434-3365

Description of Facility:

  • The psychology externship is conducted entirely in the outpatient clinic of the Department of Psychiatry at Lexox Hill.

 

Days and Hours:

  • Externs carry 8 hours of outpatient psychotherapy. This number varies slightly during the year, depending on the availability of patients, terminations, ect. Externs receive 4 hours of individual supervision on these therapy days. Two hours of supervision will be on the adult cases and two hours on the child cases.

 

Program:

  • For some externs, the eight hours are filled with eight different patients. Most externs see one patient for more then one session per week. Externs are welcome in many of the didactic seminars set up for interns. They may attend yearlong Neuropsychology seminar, the Continuing Case for Children, and the Group Therapy seminar. Externs perform complete diagnostic batteries on both adults and children at the rate of approximately 1 per month. Individual supervision is provided as the student requires it, and it is in addition to the 4 hours of psychotherapy supervision.

Testing:

  • Intellectual Assessment

  • Behavioral/Personality Assessment       

  • Neuropsychological Assessment          

Therapy:

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Couple/Family 

Populations Served:

  • Children          

  • Adolescents     

  • Adults 

Services/Rotations:       

  • Outpatient       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

  • Case Conference/Seminars      

Prerequisites:

  • Missing Inf.

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Maimonides Medical Center
4802 Tenth Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11219
(718) 283-8100

 

Description of Facility:

Days and Hours:

Program:

Testing:

Therapy:           

Populations Served:      

Services/Rotations:       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

Prerequisites:

 

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Metropolitan Center for Mental Health
130 West 97th Street
New York, NY 10025
 

 

Contact:

  • Neil Berger, Ph.D. Director of Clinical Services
    (212) 864-7000

Description of Facility:

  • Metropolitan Center for Mental Health is a non-profit outpatient mental health clinic. It is guided by a Board of Trustees from the community and administered by a professional staff of licensed psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, and psychiatric nurses. They are independent of any other agency or hospital. The clients are of all ages and all cultures. Individual psychotherapy is the major, but not only, form of treatment.

Days and Hours:

  • At least 15 hours a week, brochure does not indicate required day

Program:

  • Metropolitan Center offers many clinical services" individual psychotherapy, play therapy, parent counseling, couples communication, family counseling, group psychotherapy, psychological testing, medication therapy, Hispanic family services, child and adolescent program, and psychotherapy for artists. The major focus of the externship is on direct clinical practice with students carrying a number of psychotherapy cases in different modalities. Diagnostic and treatment planning skills are developed through conducting child and adult intake interviews. Externs receive weekly supervision, both individually and in a group, and are involved in weekly didactic experiences dealing with technique, assessment and theory.

Testing:

  • Intellectual Assessment

  • Behavioral/Personality Assessment       

Therapy:           

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Couple/Family 

Populations Served: 

  • Children          

  • Adolescents     

  • Adults 

Services/Rotations:

  • Outpatient       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

  • Provided in a Group Setting     

Prerequisites:

  • Resume and two letters of reference, received by the middle of March to be considered for September

  • Letter from your school attesting to current matriculation

  • Second year students or later in doctoral programs in clinical, counseling or community psychology

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National Institute for the Psychotherapies, Inc.
330 west 58th Street, Suite 200
New York, NY 10019
 

 

Contact:

  • Jillian Axelrod, Ph.D. Director of externship
    (212) 505-1963

Description of Facility:

  • The program will provide a unique opportunity for graduate students in clinical psychology to receive a variety of training experiences within the context of a vital psychoanalytic training center. The program emphasizes supervised experience with a broad spectrum of patients.

 

Days and Hours:

  • Two days a week, approximately 16 hours a week

Program:

  • The clinical opportunities for the extern include closely supervised long and short-term psychotherapy with outpatient from a number of settings including NIP clinic as well as satellite clinics affiliated with NIP. The extern will have the opportunity for the psychological testing of children and adults.

Testing:

  • Intellectual Assessment

  • Behavioral/Personality Assessment       

  • Neuropsychological Assessment          

Therapy:           

  • Individual          XX

  • Group  XX

Populations Served:      

  • Children           XX

  • Adolescents      XX

  • Adults  XX

Services/Rotations:       

  • Outpatient       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

  • Provided in a Group Setting     

  • Case Conference/Seminars      

Prerequisites:

  • Two letters of reference, one from someone familiar with your clinical work, and a personal statement about your experience and externship objectives

  • Resume

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New York University Counseling Center
3 Washington Square Village
New York, NY 10012
 

 

Contact:

  • Mary Commerford, Ph.D.,
    (212) 998-4780

Description of Facility:

  • NYU college clients are bright, psychologically minded, and diverse. They come from all 13 undergraduate and graduate NYU schools and they vary remarkably in presenting concerns, psychodynamic issues, cultural and ethnic backgrounds, and degree of pathology.

Days and Hours:

  • No special required day

Program:

  • Cases range from very brief interventions to more in-depth short-term psychotherapy. Externs learn assessment and diagnostic skills, intake interviewing, and case management. Opportunities for co-leading therapy groups are available. Psychological testing is not conducted at this clinic. Each extern has two hours of supervision per week by two different supervisors.

Testing:

  • Intellectual Assessment

Therapy:           

  • Individual         

  • Group 

Populations Served:      

  • Adults 

Services/Rotations:       

  • Outpatient       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist: 

  • Provided Individually   

Prerequisites:

  • Missing Inf.

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New York Hospital, Cornell Medical Center-Externship in Clinical Neuropsychology

Kenneth Kutner, Ph.D.
(201) 928-0012
David Erlanger, Ph.D.

 

Description of Facility:

Days and Hours:

Program:

Testing:

Therapy:

Populations Served:

Services/Rotations:

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

Prerequisites:

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New York Presbyterian Hospital-Children’s Day Hospital

Barbara L. Flye, Ph.D.
Coordinator of the child division
Westchester Campus
21 Bloomingdale Road
White Plains, NY 10605
(914) 682-9100

Description of Facility

The Children’s Day Hospital treats 5-12 year old boys and girls with serious emotional disturbances and associated learning disabilities.

 

Days and Hours

The Department requires a minimum commitment of 2.5 days per week. The position runs from July-June.

 

Program

Training occurs on facility grounds in Westchester and training involves the following:

 


 

Testing

Intellectual Assessment XX

Achievement Testing     XX

Behavioral/Personality Assessment        XX

Neuropsychological Assessment           XX

 

Therapy

Individual          XX

Group  XX

Couple/Family  XX

 

Populations Served

Children           XX

 

Services/Rotations

Day Hospital    XX

 

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist


 

Prerequisites

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New York Presbyterian Hospital-Externship in Psychological Assessment

Barbara L. Flye, Ph.D.
Westchester Campus
21 Bloomingdale Road
White Plains, NY 10605
(914) 682-9100

 

Description of Facility

The externship focuses on psychological testing with children, adolescents and adults.

 

Days and Hours

The Department requires a minimum commitment of 2 days per week. The position starts in August and ends at the end of May.

 

Program

Training occurs on facility grounds in Westchester and training involves the following:

 


 

Testing

Intellectual Assessment XX

Achievement Testing     XX

Behavioral/Personality Assessment        XX

 

Therapy

Group  XX

 

Populations Served

Children           XX

Adolescents      XX

Adults  XX

 

Services/Rotations

 

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist


 

 

 

Prerequisites

1) Written approval from the university regarding readiness for externship

2) Completion of a course in intelligence testing of adults, children and adolescents

3) Completion of a course in projective testing

4) To apply send a vitae and two letters of recommendation (indicate within what days you are free to interview)

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New York Presbyterian Hospital-Neuropsycholgy Externship

 

Description of Facility

The externship focuses on neuropsychological testing with children, adolescents, and adults.

 

Days and Hours

The Department requires a minimum commitment of 2 days per week. The position starts in August and ends at the end of May.

 

Program

Training occurs on facility grounds in Westchester and training involves the following:

 

Testing

Intellectual Assessment XX

Achievement Testing XX

Behavioral/Personality Assessment        XX

Neuropsychological Assessment           XX

 

Therapy

Individual          XX

Group  XX

Couple/Family  XX

Populations Served

Children           XX

 

Services/Rotations

Day Hospital    XX

 

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist

 

Prerequisites

1)Written approval from the university regarding readiness for externship

2)         Completion of a course in intelligence testing of children and adolescents

3)         Completion of a course in projective testing

4)         To apply send a vitae and two letters of recommendation (indicate within what days you are free to interview), a summary of specific test experience including test name and number of administrations, and a test report.

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Northside for Child Development, Inc.
1301 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10029
 

 

Contact:

  • Thelma Dye, Ph.D., Chief of Psychology
    (212) 860-1616

Description of Facility:

  • Northside provides psychological and remediation services to emotionally disturbed and learning disabled children in Harlem.

 

Days and Hours:

  • The Department requires a minimum commitment of 2 days per week, and the externship lasts from September through May.

 

Program:

  • Training occurs on facility grounds in Harlem and involves the following:

Testing:

  • Intellectual Assessment

  • Achievement Testing    

  • Behavioral/Personality Assessment       

Therapy:           

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Couple/Family 

Populations Served:      

  • Children          

  • Adolescents     

Services/Rotations:       

  • Outpatient       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:   

  • Provided Individually   


Prerequisites:

  • Written approval from the university regarding readiness for externship

  • Completion of a course in intelligence testing of children and adolescents

  • Completion of a course in projective testing

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Pace University
861 Bedford Road
Pleasantville, NY 10570
 

Contact:

  • Dr. Lauren Saler, Director of Clinical Training
    (914) 773-3710
     

Description of Facility:

  • Pace clinical training program is set in a University Counseling Center where our population consists of undergraduate and graduate students, as well as, faculty and staff of the University. Our population is varied in ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and age and presents problems ranging from adjustment difficulties to test anxiety to psychosis.

 

Days and Hours:

  • Two days per week starting the beginning of September and ending in May. Brochure does not indicate required day

Program:

  • Externs perform a number of different functions, including intake interviewing and assessment, psychotherapy, psychoeducation, crisis intervention, outreach and workshop programming, consultation, and vocational and career testing. The training schedule includes weekly individual supervision, involvement in a weekly case disposition, a weekly case conference, a monthly process group, and participation in various training seminars throughout the year.

Testing:

  • Missing Inf.

Therapy:           

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Adults 

Services/Rotations:

  • Outpatient       

 

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually    XX

  • Provided in a Group Setting      XX

  • Case Conference/Seminars       XX

Prerequisites:

  • Extern should be doctoral candidates in clinical, counseling, or school psychology and should have successfully completed coursework in the areas of psychopathology, clinical interviewing, psychotherapy, and psychological assessment.

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Payne Whitney Clinic
New York Hospital - Cornell Medical Center
525 East 68th Street
New York, NY 10021

 

Contact:

  • Marylene Cloitre, Ph.D., Director of Training
     

Description of Facility:

  • The PWC program has three tracks, the extern will be entirely committed to one of three tracks for 1.5 days and .5 days will be committed to psychological assessment

Days and Hours:

  • The externship begins in July and ends the following June. Exceptions may be made for some tracks to begin treatment work in September. Two days a week are required. There is a Wednesday morning dialectic series in testing which all externs must attend.

Program:

Testing:

  • Missing Inf.

Therapy:         

  • Individual         

  • Group 

Populations Served:      

  • Children          

  • Adolescents     

  • Adults 

Services/Rotations:       

  • Inpatient          

  • Outpatient       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

Prerequisites:

  • Send cover letter stating your choice of track

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Project Return Foundation
1600 Macombs Road
Bronx, NY 10452
 

 

Contact:

  • Lynn Pinkham, Ph.D., Psychologist
    (718) 299-3300 x 2248

Description of Facility:

  • Project Return provides both residential and non-residential treatment services to substance abusers.

  • They house 450 clients and have a variety of programs. Stipends are available to eligible externs.

 

Days and Hours:

  • The Department requires a minimum time commitment of 14 hours per week, September through May.

Program:

  • Training occurs on facility grounds in the Bronx and involves the following:

Testing:

  • Intellectual Assessment

  • Achievement Testing    

  • Behavioral/Personality Assessment      

Therapy:           

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Couple/Family 

Populations Served:      

  • Infants 

  • Children

  • Adolescents     

  • Adults 

Services/Rotations:       

  • Outpatient       

  • Research         

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

  • Case Conference/Seminars      

Prerequisites:

  • Written approval from the university regarding readiness for externship

  • Completion of a course in intelligence testing of children and adolescents

  • Completion of a course in projective testing

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Purchase College State University of New York
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY 10577-1400
 

 

Contact:

Robin Kaufman, Ph.D., Director of Counseling
(914) 251-6390

Description of Facility:

  • At SUNY Purchase, there is a particularly varied student population who are creative, open to self-exploration, and who utilize the Counseling Center more readily than do students at most colleges. Purchase offers a full range counseling, crisis intervention, consultation and training services.

 

Days and Hours:

  • Two days a week, but not Wednesdays

Program:

  • Six to eight individual counseling hours per week, individual supervision by staff psychologists, co-lead a counseling group or workshop with staff, a weekly seminar for graduate students and weekly case conferences

Testing:

  • Intellectual Assessment

Therapy:           

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Consultation/Liaison     

Populations Served:      

  • Adults 

 

Services/Rotations:       

  • Outpatient       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

  • Case Conference/Seminars      

Prerequisites:

  • Third year students

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Riverdale Mental Health Association
5676 Riverdale Ave.
Bronx, NY 10471-2191
 


 

Contact:

  • Robert Muller, Ph.D., Coordinator of Psychological Services
    (718) 796-5300

Description of Facility:

  • Riverdale Mental Health Center is a non-profit psychoanalytically oriented clinic. Students have an opportunity to receive closely supervised experience in child and adult psychotherapy as well as treatment of individuals in the substance abuse program. Psychological testing of children, adolescents, and adults will also be a part of the externship.

 

Days and Hours:

  • Nine months beginning in September, a 16-20 hour per week time commitment required

 

Program:

  • Clinical opportunities include: psychotherapy for three to six patients, child, adolescent, adult, and/or substance abusers; psychological testing: 1 battery per month; intake and telephone screening and participation in treatment planning and case conferences.

  • Training opportunities include: individual supervision for therapy and testing twice per week; participation in numerous weekly case conferences; seminar on the diagnosis and treatment of psychopathology and seminar on Issues in Clinical Intervention

Testing:

  • Intellectual Assessment

  • Behavioral/Personality Assessment       

  • Neuropsychological Assessment          

Therapy:           

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Consultation/Liaison     

Populations Served:      

  • Children          

  • Adolescents     

  • Adults 

Services/Rotations:       

  • Outpatient       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:   

  • Provided Individually   

  • Provided in a Group Setting     

  • Case Conference/Seminars      

Prerequisites:

  • Curriculum vitae and two letters of recommendation

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Roberto Clemente Center
Roberto Clemente Family Guidance Program Sylvia Del Villard Continuing Day Program
Mental Health Services
540 East 13th Street 215 Avenue B
New York, NY 10009 New York, NY 10009
 

 

Contact:

  • Dr. Sharlene Bird

  • (212) 387- 7400 (212) 387-7500

Description of Facility:

 

Days and Hours:

  • Brochure does not indicate

Program:

  • The externs responsibilities shall be varied and shall take place at both sites, the primary site being the Roberto Clemente Center, where activities include psychodiagnosis assessment, family assessment, a multi-disciplinary intake process, clinical short term treatment, and exposure to ongoing research in the center. Time will also be spent at the Slyvia Del Villard site attending treatment planning meetings and interdisciplinary staff rounds, as well as, in case management and psychoeducational group therapy. Externs have the opportunity to participate in the Master Seminar Series sponsored by the Institute of Family and Community Care.

Testing:

  • Missing Inf.

Therapy:

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Couple/Family 

 

Populations Served:      

  • Adults 

Services/Rotations:       

  • Outpatient       

  • Research         

 

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Case Conference/Seminars      

Prerequisites:

  • Second and Third year graduate students in Clinical and Counseling Psychology

  • Knowledge of Psychodiagnostic Assessment

  • Interest in family therapy

  • Bilingual/Bicultural (Spanish)

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Rockland Psychiatric Center
235 Martine Avenue
White Plains, NY 10601
 

 

Contact:

  • Bruce Santner
    (914) 948-1192

Description of Facility:

Days and Hours:

Program Description:

Testing:

Therapy:           

Populations Served:      

Services/Rotations:       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:   

Prerequisites:

 

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Rutgers State University of New Jersey
50 College Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08903
 

Contact:

  • Mark J. Forest, Ph.D., Coordinator of Training
    (908) 932-7884

Description of Facility:

  • The practicum training program at Rutgers College Counseling Center provides experience with the range of psychological services offered in a college-counseling center

Days and Hours:

  • One and a half days per week for the academic year, September through May. Thursday morning meetings, which include general staff psycho-educational seminar; clinical group supervision hour; and an outreach supervision seminar are required

 

Program:

  • Caseload of three to five individual clients, observation and eventual responsibility for intake assessments, one hour of individual supervision, and participation in outreach training component, designing and implementing programs. Participation in group therapy training program as a process-observer or co-leader.

Testing:

  • Intellectual Assessment

  • Behavioral/Personality Assessment       

Therapy:           

  • Individual         

  • Group 

Populations Served:      

  • Adults 

  • Services/Rotations       

  • Inpatient/Outpatient

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

  • Provided in a Group Setting     

  • Case Conference/Seminars      

Prerequisites:

  • Graduate student in a mental health discipline in a recognized training program

  • Some previous clinical experience

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Saint Thomas Aquinas College
125 Route 340
Sparkill, NY 10976
(914) 398-4065

 

Description of Facility:

Days and Hours:

Program:

Testing:

Therapy:           

Populations Served:      

Services/Rotations:       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

Prerequisites:

 

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Smither's Alcoholism Treatment and Training Center
Division of St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center
Paul J. Rinaldi, Ph.D., Director of Outpatient Services
1000 Tenth Avenue
New York, NY 10019
(212) 523-6491

 

Description of Facility

Smither's is a private, nonprofit, alcohol and drug treatment facility located in Midtown Manhattan and affiliated with St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital Center.

 

Days and Hours

A commitment of at least 2 days per week is required

 

Program

Externs function within the Outpatient Department, which consists of 2 intensive day programs, an intensive evening program and an evening clinic. The primary mode of treatment is group; however, externs also see individual patients and have opportunities for some testing. Supervision is provided by licensed psychologists. Externs provide treatment in the day treatment programs, co-leading groups with CAC counselors as well as being a part of the treatment milieu.

 

Testing

 


 

Therapy           

Individual          XX

Group  XX

 

Populations Served      

Adults  XX

 

Services/Rotations       

Outpatient        XX

 

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist

Provided Individually    XX

Prerequisites

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Society for Children and Families
25 Hyatt Street
Staten Island, NY 10301
 

Contact:

  • Paul David Smetko, Ph.D., Director
    (718) 720-2321

Description of Facility:

  • The Society has developed a rich program of psychological services for the community. In addition to providing assessment and treatment for foster children and families in the agency's care, the Psychological Services Department also operates a fee-for-service outpatient mental health clinic which specializes in HIV mental health, sexual abuse/ domestic violence counseling, psychotherapy with gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgendered clients, and family therapy.

 

Days and Hours:

  • Externship A requires two days per week, 14 hours total, for two semesters with one-hour weekly supervision.

  • Externship B requires a minimum of one day per week, seven hours total, for one semester, but two semesters are preferred. Also, one hour of weekly supervision

Program:

Testing:

  • Missing Inf.

Therapy:           

  • Individual         

  • Group 

  • Couple/Family 

Populations Served:      

  • Infants 

  • Children         

  • Adolescents     

  • Adults 

Services/Rotations:       

  • Outpatient       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

  • Provided Individually   

  • Case Conference/Seminars      

Prerequisites:

For Externship A:

  • Advanced Standing in doctoral Clinical Counseling or School Psychology

  • Completion of at least one practicum in individual psychotherapy with adults and/or children

For Externship B:

  • Enrollment in doctoral program in Clinical Counseling or School Psychology

  • Completion of 1-2 semester of clinical/psychological assessment or concurrent enrollment in advanced assessment seminar

  • Familiarity with WISC, WAIS-R/WAIS-III, MMPI, Bender Gestalt Rorschach, TAT, CAT, Figure drawings

For Both:

  • Cover letter indicating which externship you are applying for

  • Vitae/resume

  • Letter of referral from your academic program director, department chair, advisor/mentor, and/or director of clinical training

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Upper Manhattan Mental Health Center
Child & Adolescent Services
Michael Chevis
1727 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10031
(212) 694-9200

 

Description of Facility:

Days and Hours:

Program:

Testing:

Therapy:           

Populations Served:      

Services/Rotations:       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:   

Prerequisites:

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United Cerebral Palsy
330 West 34th Street
New York, NY 10001
(212) 947-5770

 

Description of Facility:

Days and Hours:

Program:

Testing:

Therapy:

Populations Served:      

Services/Rotations:       

Supervision by Licensed Psychologist:

Prerequisites:

 

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