Beyond the structure of the generalist work in the two work locations and the two rotations, there are three basic areas that are intentionally structured for training purposes. These include 1) clinical experience; 2) clinical supervision; and 3) didactic training.
- Clinical experiences are of course a primary activity, and provide the intern with a foundation in psychological assessment, intervention, consultation, and supervision. Read more
- Supervision of Interns work is a foundational piece which solidifies the clinical experiences. Read more
- Didactic training is provided regularly, along with opportunities for interns to critically review and discuss scientific research articles and opportunity for the intern to prepare and give a formal presentation for agency staff. Read more