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PSY-990 APPIC Application Preparation for Predoctoral Internship and Postgraduate Professional Topics

Doctorate, Graduate


Course Overview

The primary focus of this course is on preparing students for the clinical psychology predoctoral internship application and interview process. Assignments will include identifying potential sites; beginning the formal APPIC application; writing essays, cover letters, and CVs; requesting letters of recommendation; and calculating clinical hours. Activities will include mock interviews and professional networking. The remainder of the course is designed to prepare students for practice or post-doctoral training beyond the internship, with a discussion of topics that are of interest to the students. This might include (but is not limited to): billing and insurance, different practice settings, negotiating salary and benefits, professional advocacy, and work/life balance.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Doctorate, Graduate
Prerequisites: PSY 785 and 786

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Admissions Requirements

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