Doctoral Internship in Professional Psychology 2018-19
The UW Tacoma Student Counseling Center offers a 12-month doctoral internship program in professional psychology, with two intern positions. The interns at the UW Tacoma Student Counseling Center receive intensive, supportive training in individual, couples and group psychotherapy, assessment, outreach, crisis intervention, and consultation. The program is designed to allow interns to develop a balanced general foundation of clinical knowledge and experience. At the same time, there is enough flexibility to permit each individual to explore and develop particular areas of clinical interest. The program is an APPIC member training site, and adheres to APPIC regulations regarding selection and notification of internship applicants. For more information, please view our Program Description.
NOTE: The University of Washington Tacoma Student Counseling Center Internship submitted an application for initial APA accreditation and we completed our APA Site Visit on October 17th and 18th, 2017. We are currently awaiting the Site Visit report and subsequent decision. While we are excited to report on this milestone, there are no guarantees about the outcome of our accreditation application.
Our MATCH program code number is: 212711
Student Counseling Center Doctoral Practicum/Pre-Internship Training
We are pleased to announce two openings for doctoral practicum students for the 2018-2019 training year. This is a 10-month training opportunity that requires a commitment of 20 hours, two-to-three days per week, with reasonable time off and flexibility for school-related requirements. Twelve-month training opportunities may be available pending approval of the trainee's academic program.
Note: These positions can be configured to meet either Practicum requirements (WAC 246-924-049) or Pre-Internship requirements (WAC 246-924-053).
See additional training description and application information in our UW Tacoma Practicum-Pre-Internship Announcement 2018-19.