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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.

PSY 785 and 786

Program: Psychology

Credit: 3

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