Doctoral Internship in Professional Psychology

 

The doctoral psychology internship is a full-time training and supervised experience which consists of 2,000 hours over twelve months in duration. The program begins in September and extends through August of the following year. Two psychologist interns from clinical or counseling psychology doctoral programs will be selected for each training year. One intern will work with children/adolescents and one intern will work with adults.  

Psychologist interns serve the agency in a variety of roles including therapist, consultant, program evaluator, and crisis counselor. Interns will work with culturally diverse, under-served clients suffering from mild to severe psychiatric impairment and a wide range of clinical diagnoses. They will function as part of a multidisciplinary team of professionals including therapists, psychologists, social workers, nurse practitioners, and psychiatrists. Interns will also collaborate with providers and other systems within the community to coordinate patient care. The program director is Marlene Baldizon, Ph.D., marlene.baldizon@midhosp.org
 
 
Here is a list of some of our featured past speakers:
  • Increasing Access to Treatment for African Americans with Substance Use Disorders, Dr. Ayana Jordan 
  • Cultural Sensitivity, Social Justice, and Health Equity, Dr. Esperanza Diaz 
  • LGBTQ Identity Development: Trends, Issues, and Treatment Considerations, Dr. Laura Saunders 
  • Health Disparities and Racial Bias, Ava Hart LCSW & Monica Belya MPH/RD
  • Engaging Survivors of Human Trafficking & Sexual Exploitation, Erin Williamson LCSW/MPA 
  • Implicit Bias, Ed Bonilla MBA/MS & Ava Hart LCSW 
  • Veteran Mental Health, Dr. Theddeus Iheanacho 
  • Educational Objectives of Basic Needs Curriculum, Joanne Goldblum MSW
  • Fostering Resilience and Recovery Following Mass Tragedy, Kathryn Dean MSW 
  • App’ing Your Mental Health, Annie Calamari LCSW & Dr. Angel Roubin
  • Treating Opioid Addiction, Joanna Crowell LDAC/LPC 
  • Understanding the Duty to Protect, Dr. Tobias Wasser
  • Understanding Substance Use Disorders and the FDA-Approved Medications for their Treatment, Dr. Theddeus Iheanacho 
Contact us at 860-358-3439.