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Short description: A predoctoral internship in Clinical Psychology to matriculated doctoral students enrolled in clinical or counseling psychology programs.

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Overview: <p><strong>Welcome to the<br />Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School<br />Internship in Clinical Psychology for 2014-2015. <br /></strong><br />The Massachusetts General Hospital is the oldest voluntary nonprofit hospital in New England and the third oldest in the United States.&nbsp; Additionally, it is the first and largest teaching hospital affiliated with the Harvard Medical School.<br /><br />The MGH has a tripartite mission: Guided by the needs of our patients and their families, we aim to deliver the very best health care in a safe, compassionate environment; to advance that care through innovative research and education; and, to improve the health and well-being of the diverse communities we serve. <br /><br />Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School offers a full-time, predoctoral internship in Clinical Psychology to matriculated doctoral students enrolled in clinical or counseling psychology programs.<br /><br />There will be&nbsp;<strong>eleven funded one-year internship positions</strong> available for the 2014-2015 year. The internship year commences the last week in June 2014 and terminates on June 30, 2015.&nbsp; A stipend of $25,000, four weeks vacation, and subsidized health and dental insurance are some of the provided benefits. <br /><br />All interns receive appointments at Harvard Medical School as Clinical Fellows in the Department of Psychiatry/Psychology.<br /><br />For information regarding eligibility, please see the <strong>Requirements </strong>section.</p> <p align="center">The internship is accredited by the:<br />American Psychological Association<br />750 First Street, NE<br />Washington, DC 2002-4242<br />Phone: (202) 336-5979 <br /><span class="externallink"><a target="_blank" href="http://www.apa.org/ed/accreditation/">American Psychological Association accreditation link</a></span></p> <p align="center">Our internship is a member of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC).Our training program subscribes to the guidelines of the Association of Predoctoral Psychology Internship Centers (APPIC) and follows that schedule of recruitment, interview, offers and acceptance. This internship site agrees to abide by the APPIC policy that no person at this training facility will solicit, accept or use any ranking-related information from any intern applicant.. <br /><span class="externallink"><a target="_blank" href="http://www.appic.org/Match/About-The-APPIC-Match">APPIC Match Information</a></span></p> <p>MGH is a teaching facility of Harvard Medical School and a member of Partners Healthcare.<strong><br /></strong></p> <p>The Internship in Clinical Psychology at the Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School has a long history of training psychologists who go on to become clinicians, academics and researchers within the field.</p> <p><br /><strong>Goal:</strong></p> <p><strong>The goal of the MGH Internship in Clinical Psychology is to develop professional psychologists who exemplify the scientist-practitioner model.</strong></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Objectives:</strong></p> <p><strong>Our objectives are to train interns to do the following: </strong></p> <li><strong><strong>provide competent and effective psychological interventions, </strong></strong></li> <li><strong><strong>perform comprehensive psychological assessments, </strong></strong></li> <li><strong><strong>utilize research and theory to inform clinical practice, </strong></strong></li> <li><strong><strong>develop or refine clinical research skills, </strong></strong></li> <li><strong><strong>practice with sensitivity to individuals in their ethnic and cultural context, </strong></strong></li> <li><strong><strong>maintain the highest ethical standards, </strong></strong></li> <li><strong><strong>develop the attitudes and skills needed to support lifelong learning.<br /><br />This is accomplished through a program of graded clinical experience, supervision, seminars and mentoring. The internship is organized around a core training curriculum (objectives) that emphasizes the development and enhancement of skills in diagnosis, assessment, treatment, research and the role of science in clinical practice.&nbsp; This generalist training prepares graduates to pursue specialty training in their postdoctoral experience.&nbsp; In addition to generalist training, interns may choose an elective training area for supplementary experiences in specific domains of psychology.&nbsp; </strong></strong><strong><strong>The five&nbsp;elective areas are listed below.&nbsp; For more information on each elective area, please click on the specific links.&nbsp;<br /><br /><a href="/psychiatry/education/cbt.aspx">Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)</a> <br /><a href="/psychiatry/education/bmed_elective.aspx">Behavioral Medicine (BMED)</a> <br /><a href="/psychiatry/education/neuropsych_elective.aspx">Neuropsychology</a> <br /><a href="/psychiatry/education/adult_internship.aspx">Adult Clinical Psychology</a> <br /><a target="_blank" href="/psychiatry/education/child_elective.aspx"></a><a href="/psychiatry/education/child_elective.aspx">Child Clinical Psychology</a><br /> <p>There are two internship positions available in&nbsp;each of four&nbsp;elective areas:&nbsp; Adult, Child, Behavioral Medicine (BMED)and Neuropsychology.&nbsp; The are three internship positions in the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) elective.&nbsp;</p> <p>The internship year commences the last week in June 2014 and terminates on June 30, 2015. A stipend of $25,000, four weeks vacation, and subsidized health and dental insurance are some of the provided benefits.</p> </strong></strong></li>

Requirements: <ul> <li>Three years of full-time graduate study in a doctoral program (preferably APA -approved programs in Clinical Psychology but will accept applicants from other programs)</li> <li>Two years of clinical experience, at least one of which must be supervised practicum experience. </li> <li>Verification of Internship Eligibility and Readiness Form completed by graduate program director</li> <li>Typically, competitive applicants for the CBT, Behaviorial Medicine, and Neuropsychology&nbsp;electives&nbsp;have significant clinical research experience in the form of completed publications and presentations at professional meetings.</li> <li>Typically for the Child elective, competitive applicants have experience working with children.</li> <li>Typically for the Adult and Child electives, competitive applicants have experience with psychological assessment including proficiency with the Rorschach and Exner Comprehensive scoring system.</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p>

Curriculum: <p><span class="sectionheading"><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Core Activities</span></span><br />The foundation for all training experiences is the core shared philosophy and common activities of providing clinical services to a diverse patient population.<br /><br />We consistently adhere to the <strong>scientist-practitioner philosophy</strong> in the following activities:</p> <p><strong>Treatment: </strong><strong><br /></strong>All interns are responsible for providing individual outpatient psychotherapy through the outpatient service.</p> <p>The Adult Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic offers an array of outpatient services to a diagnostically and socioeconomically diverse group of patients. Patients are typically referred by their MGH primary care providers for treatment. Current treatment modalities include individual and group therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and pharmacotherapy.</p> <p>The Child Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic offers family therapy, behavioral and academic interventions in addition to the services listed above. <br /><br /><strong>Assessment/Evaluation: </strong><br />All interns conduct crisis evaluation and disposition planning in the Acute Psychiatry Service (APS) of the MGH Emergency Room. Under the supervision of an attending psychiatrist, interns have the valuable experience of assessing patients presenting with acute, emergent issues.&nbsp; The APS is a six-month, four hours/week rotation.&nbsp; Beyond the APS experience, all interns complete standard comprehensive psychological evaluations for diagnostic and treatment planning purposes.<br /><br /><strong>Consultation: </strong><br />Working in a major medical center, all interns have the opportunity to consult on cases with a variety of health care providers including psychiatrists, primary care physicians, and other allied health professionals.<br /><br /><strong>Research: </strong><strong><br /></strong>As the first component of research training, the internship is committed to assisting in completion of the doctoral dissertation. To that end, resources include a dissertation seminar and consultation with a senior staff statistician. Over 90% of interns have completed their dissertations by the end of internship. Additionally, all interns participate in the department's treatment outcome research based in the outpatient clinic.&nbsp; Other research opportunities are offered by training faculty.<br /><br /><strong>Didactics: </strong><br />All trainees are involved in the following seminars:</p> <ul type="disc"> <li><strong>Core Training Seminar</strong>: Weekly seminar that offers modules in diversity, consultation, supervision and ethics</li> <li><strong>APS Seminar</strong>: Weekly seminar for six months teaching assessment, crisis intervention and management of patients in the emergency room setting</li> <li><strong>CBT seminar</strong>: Weekly seminar teaching empirically validated treatment of psychiatric disorders.</li> </ul> <p>Additional seminars are offered within each elective area.</p> <p><strong>Supervision: </strong><br />Each intern will have a minimum of three hours of weekly supervision.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>

Faculty: <p class="subheadtop">Faculty in the Internship in Clinical Psychology</p> <p class="sectionheading">Training Committee:</p> <p><a href="/psychiatry/doctors/doctor.aspx?ID=18126">Sheila O&rsquo;Keefe, Ed.D.</a> Director of Psychology Training<br /><a href="/psychiatry/doctors/doctor.aspx?ID=16646">Dennis Norman, Ed.D.</a>, Chief of Psychology<br /><a href="/psychiatry/doctors/doctor.aspx?ID=16410">Mark Blais, Psy.D.</a> Associate Chief of Psychology; Director, Adult Internship Elective<br /><a href="http://www.massgeneral.org/psychiatry/doctors/doctor.aspx?id=18025">Ellen Braaten, Ph.D,</a> Director, Child Internship Elective<br /><a href="/psychiatry/doctors/doctor.aspx?ID=18084">Aude Henin, Ph.D</a>, Co-Director, MGH Child Cognitive Behavior Therapy Program, and Director, Cognitive Behavior Therapy Program in the Pediatric Psychopharmacology Unit<br /><a href="http://www.massgeneral.org/psychiatry/doctors/doctor.aspx?id=18089" title="Michelle C. Jacobo, Ph.D.">Michelle C. Jacobo, Ph.D.,</a> Director, Dialectical Behavior Therapy Program<br /><a href="/psychiatry/doctors/doctor.aspx?id=18840">Catherine Leveroni, Ph.D., ABPP</a>,&nbsp;Director, Neuropsychology Internship Elective<br /><a href="/psychiatry/doctors/doctor.aspx?id=18317">Conall O&rsquo;Cleirigh, Ph.D.,</a> Associate Director, Behavioral Medicine Program&nbsp;<br /><a href="http://www.massgeneral.org/doctors/doctor.aspx?id=17180">Steve Safren, Ph.D, ABPP.,</a> Director, Behavioral Medicine Program, BMED Internship Elective<br /><a href="/psychiatry/doctors/doctor.aspx?id=18167">Susan Sprich, Ph.D.,</a> Clinical Director, CBT Program, Massachusetts General Hospital<br /><a href="/psychiatry/doctors/doctor.aspx?id=18190">Sabine Wilhelm, Ph.D.,</a> Director, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Program and Director of the Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders Program; Founder &amp; Director of the BDD Clinic and Research Unit; Director of the Tic Disorders Program; Director, CBT Internship Elective<br /><a href="http://www.massgeneral.org/psychiatry/doctors/doctor.aspx?id=18883" title="Brian L.B. Willoughby, Ph.D.">Brian L.B. Willoughby, Ph.D.,</a> Learning and Emotional Assessment Center (LEAP), MGH<br />Eva Schoenfeld, Ph.D. , Member, Training Committee<br />Ward Cromer, Ph.D. , Senior Consultant<br /><br /><em>Sherry Brooks, Administrative Coordinator</em></p> <p class="sectionheading">Psychology Faculty/Supervisors (Graduate Program); Primary Site</p> <p><em>Baer, Lee, Ph.D. ( Nova University) , Massachusetts General Hospital, OCD Clinic<br />Blais, Mark, Psy.D. ( Nova University) Massachusetts General Hospital, Psychology Assessment Center<br />Braaten, Ellen, Ph.D. (Col. State U) Massachusetts General Hospital, Learning and Emotional Assessment Program, (LEAP)<br />Burbridge, Jennifer, Ph.D. ( Washington University), Massachusetts General Hospital, OPD Supervisor<br />Cather, Corinne, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Massachusetts General Hospital, OPD Supervisor<br />Chosak, Anne, Ph.D. (SUNY at Albany), Massachusetts General Hospital, OCD Supervisor<br />Chronopoulos, Antonia, Ph.D. (Nova Southeastern University), Massachusetts General Hospital, CBT Supervisor</em><em><br />Craver, Judith, Ph.D. (Univ. Pittsburgh), Massachusetts General Hospital, OPD Supervisor<br />Davidsdottir, Sigurros, Ph.D. ( Boston University), Massachusetts General Hospital, Psychology Assessment Center (PAC), Neuropsychology Supervisor<br /></em><em>Deckersbach, Thilo, Ph.D. (Philipps University Marburg, Germany), Mass. General Hospital, CBT Supervisor<br />Doty, Nathan D., Ph.D. (University of Miami) Mass. General Hospital, Learning &amp; Emotional Assessment Program (LEAP) Supervisor<em><br /></em>Doyle, Alyssa, Ph.D. (U Minn.) Massachusetts General Hospital, OPD Supervisor <br />Fama, Jeanne, Ph.D. (Harvard University), Massachusetts General Hospital, OPD Supervisor<br />Farabaugh, Amy , Ph.D. (Northeastern U), Massachusetts General Hospital, Depression Clinical and Research Program<br />Felopulos, Gretchen, Ph.D. (UMass.-Boston), Mass. General Hospital, Learning and Emotional Assessment Program (LEAP)<br />Fishel, Anne, Ph.D. ( University of North Carolina), Massachusetts General Hospital, Family and Couples Therapy<br />Greenberg, Jennifer L., Psy.D. (Rutgers), Massachusetts General Hospital, CBT Supervisor<br />Greer, Joseph, (UMass) , Massachusetts General Hospital, Behavioral Medicine <br />Harley, Rebecca, Ph.D. ( Boston University) , Massachusetts General Hosptal, DBT Supervisor<br />Henin, Aude, Ph.D. ( Temple University) Massachusetts General Hospital, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy/Child Psychology<br />Jacobo, Michelle, Ph.D. (Univ. Mass. Amherst), Massachusetts General Hospital, DBT Supervisor<br />Kane, Martha, Ph.D . (Temple), Massachusetts General Hospital, Addictions Service<br />Keating-Cohen, Elizabeth, Ph.D. ( Boston College), Massachusetts General Hospital, OPD Supervisor<br />Keuthen, Nancy, Ph.D. (SUNY, Stony Brook), Massachusetts General Hospital, OCD Supervisor<br />Knauz, Robert, Ph.D. ( University of Massachusetts, Amherst), Massachusetts General Hospital, OPD Supervisor<br />Leveroni, Catherine, Ph.D., ABPP ( Finch-Chicago Medical School), Mass. General Hospital, Psychology Assessment Center (PAC), Neuropsychology Supervisor<br />Marques, Luana, Ph.D. (SUNY - Buffalo), Massachusetts General Hospital, OPD Supervisor<br />Micco, Jamie, Ph.D., (Boston University), Mass. General Hospital, OCD Supervisor, Pediatric Psychopharmacology<br />Moore, Cynthia, Ph.D. (University of Virginia), Massachusetts General Hospital, OPD Supervisor <br />Morgan, Amy, Ph.D. ( Suffolk University), Mass. General Hospital, Psychology Assessment Center (PAC), Neuropsychology Supervisor<br />Norman, Dennis, Ed.D. , ABPP,( Harvard University), Massachusetts General Hospital, Psychology Assessment Center (PAC), Harvard University Native American Program (HUNAP)<br />O&rsquo;Cleirigh, Conall, Ph.D. (University of Miami), Massachusetts General Hospital, BMED Supervisor<br />O&rsquo;Donnell, Ellen H., Ph.D. (Clark University) Mass. General Hospital, Outpatient Child &amp; Adolescent Psychiatry Department and the Learning &amp; Emotional Assessment Program (LEAP) Supervisor<br />O&rsquo;Keefe, Sheila M., Ed.D. ( Harvard University), Massachusetts General Hospital<br />Park, Elyse, Ph.D. ( Yeshiva University), Massachusetts General Hospital, Behavioral Medicine Supervisor<br />Pava, Joel, Ph.D. ( New York University), Massachusetts General Hospital, CBT Supervisor&nbsp;<br />Pollak, Lauren, Ph.D., ABPP&nbsp;(U Cal San Diego-San Diego State), Mass. Gen. Hospital, Psychology Assessment Center (PAC), Neuropsychology Supervisor<br />Pulsifer, Margaret, Ph.D. (SUNY, Buffalo), Massachusetts General Hospital, Psychology Assessment Center (PAC), Neuropsychology Supervisor<br />Ragan, Jennifer, Ph.D.&nbsp;( University of Texas at Austin), Massachusetts General Hospital, OPD Supervisor<br />Reese, Hannah E., Ph.D. (Harvard University), Massachusetts General Hospital, CBT Supervisor<br />Reifsnyder, Robert, Ed.D. ( Boston University) Massachusetts General Hospital, OPD Supervisor<br />Ronell, Diana, Ph.D. ( Adelphi University) Massachusetts General Hospital, OPD Supervisor<br />Rotter, Nancy, Ph.D. (Southern Illinois University), Massachusetts General Hospital, OPD Supervisor<br />Safren, Steven, Ph.D., ABPP (University at Albany), Massachusetts General Hospital, Behaviorial Medicine<br />Schoenfeld, Eva, Ph.D. (University of Massachusetts-Amherst), Massachusetts General Hospital, OPD Supervisor <br />Sherman, Janet, Ph.D. (Cornell), Johns Hopkins, Mass. General Hospital, Psychology Assessment Center (PAC), Neuropsychology Supervisor<br />Sinclair, S. Justin, Ph.D. (Suffolk University), Mass. General Hospital, Psychology Assessment Center (PAC), Supervisor<br />Sogg, Stephanie, Ph.D. ( Rutgers), Massachusetts General Hospital, BMED Supervisor<br />Sprich, Susan, Ph.D. (SUNY Albany), Massachusetts General Hospital, CBT Supervisor<br />Sweigenberg, Amy, Psy.D. (MSPP), Massachusetts General Hospital, OPD Supervisor<br />Thomas, Jennifer, Ph.D. (Yale) Massachusetts General Hospital, OPD Supervisor<br />Tolman, Audrey, Ph.D. (UMass, Amherst) Massachusetts General&nbsp;Hospital, OPD Supervisor<br />Usmani, Aisha, Ph.D. (Idaho State University), Massachusetts General Hospital, CBT Supervisor<br />Vranceanu, Ana-Maria, Ph.D. (Kent State University), Massachusetts Gen.Hospital, OPD Supervisor<br />Wilhelm, Sabine, Ph.D. Massachusetts General Hospital, CBT Program, OCD Clinic, BDD Clinic<br />Willoughby, Brian L. B., Ph.D. (University of Miami) Mass. General Hospital, Learning &amp; Emotional Assessment Program (LEAP) Supervisor<br />Wilson, H.Kent, Ph.D. (University of Virginia), Mass. General Hospital, Learning &amp; Emotional Assessment Program (LEAP) Supervisor</em></p>

How To Apply: <p><span class="sectionheading"><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Qualifications for Prospective Applicants</span></span><br />The MGH Psychology Internship adheres to the selection policies and procedures as outlined in the attached APPIC Guidelines (see link below). This internship site agrees to abide by the APPIC policy that no person at this training facility will solicit, accept or use any ranking-related information from any intern applicant.<br /><span><a target="_blank" href="http://www.appic.org/Match/Match-Policies">APPIC Match Policies</a> </span><br /><br />Eleven&nbsp;interns will be admitted to the MGH Psychology Internship in Clinical Psychology this year.</p> <p><strong>In order to be considered as a prospective candidate, all applicants must<br /><br />1) Submit the required AAPI Online application by midnight on Friday, November 1, 2013<br /><span><a target="_blank" href="https://portal.appicas.org/">APPIC Application</a></span><br /><br />2)&nbsp;Include the following information in the cover letter accompanying your application:</strong></p> <p style="padding-left: 30px;"><strong>a.&nbsp; Indicate the elective track for which you would like to be considered;<br />b.&nbsp; Indicate your preferred interview date according to elective track;</strong></p> <p><strong>3)&nbsp;Please upload work samples according to elective track requirements below.</strong></p> <p>Please also review the&nbsp;<strong>Requirements</strong> section of this&nbsp;website&nbsp;to determine your eligibility to apply.&nbsp;</p> <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Choosing an Elective Track<br /></span></strong>Applicants are encouraged to apply to one elective track.&nbsp; This choice determines the review process of your application materials.&nbsp; Most applicants are considered for only one elective track.&nbsp; (Please see below for required elective track-specific work samples to be submitted.)</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Application Timeline for the Class of 2014-2015</strong></span></p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>November 1, 2013</strong><br /></span>Deadline for receipt of completed applications.</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Week of December 9, 2013</strong><br /></span>Telephone notification of invitations for personal interviews completed.</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Interview Dates for Invited Applicants:<br /></strong></span>If invited for an interview, you will be offered one of the dates below. Please be sure to indicate your preferred date on your cover letter.&nbsp; We will try to honor requests, but due to scheduling conflicts may not always be able to offer your first choice. On the day of your interview, please plan to be available from 8:00 a.m. to approximately 2:00 to 3:00 pm.</p> <p>Please note that inclement weather is always a possibility during the winder months in Boston. While we make every effort to proceed with interview days as planned, there may be occasions in which this becomes impossible.&nbsp; Please check with Sherry Brooks if there is bad weather before or on your interview day.</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Interviews for Invited Child Elective Applicants will be held on the following dates:</strong> <br /></span>Wednesday, January 8<br />Tuesday, January 14</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Interviews for Invited Adult Elective Applicants will be held on the following dates:</strong> <br /></span>Monday, January 6<br />Monday, January 13</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Interviews for Invited BMED&nbsp;Elective Applicants will be held on the following dates:</strong> <br /></span>Thursday, January 2<br />Tuesday, January 7</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Interviews for Invited CBT Elective Applicants&nbsp;will be held on the following dates:</strong> <br /></span>Friday, January 3<br />Friday, January 10</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Interviews for Invited Neuropsychology&nbsp;Elective Applicants will be held on <br /></strong></span>Thursday, January 9<br />Thursday, January 16</p> <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Work Samples<br /></span></strong>Please upload work samples as required below:</p> <p>1. <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Adult Elective Track Applicants</span></strong><strong>:</strong>&nbsp;&nbsp; Submit a)&nbsp;one full psychological test report (including cognitive and projective results) on an Adult patient, 18 yrs. or older, and b) one sample of other clinical work (e.g., intake evaluation, discharge summary, case report, etc.) for an adult patient.</p> <p>2. <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Child Elective Track Applicants:</span></strong> &nbsp;&nbsp;Submit a)&nbsp;one full psychological test report (including cognitive and projective results) on a child or adolescent patient up to (and including) 18 years old, and b) one sample of other clinical work (e.g., intake evaluation, discharge summary, case report, etc.) for a child or adolescent patient, up to (and including) 18 years old.</p> <p><strong>3</strong><strong>. <span style="text-decoration: underline;">Neuropsychology Elective Track Applicants:</span></strong> &nbsp;Submit two full neuropsychological evaluation reports, preferably one adult and one child/adolescent.</p> <p>4. <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">CBT and Behavioral Medicine Elective Track Applicants:</span></strong>&nbsp; No work samples are required.</p> <p style="padding-left: 30px;">&nbsp;</p>

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