VA Ann Arbor Clinical Psychology Internship
2013-2014
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Please Note: Submitting an application or asking for internship information implies that you are a US citizen and are currently a student in an APA-approved Doctoral Clinical or Counseling Program.

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.

This internship is accredited by the American Psychological Association. Questions about the accreditation and the accreditation process can be addressed to the Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation, American Psychological Association, 750 First Street N.E., Washington DC, 20002 (202-336-5979). The training year runs from approximately September 1 to August 31.

The philosophy and values of this program are centered in normative healthcare ethical values of beneficence, non-maleficence, and social contract in a context of public service. Its central goal and mission is to contribute to the development of competent clinical psychologists. To serve this overall goal, the training program welcomes applications from those whose graduate clinical/counseling psychology preparation in course work and introductory clinical experiences in practica are complete. The program selects Intern candidates whose preparation, supervisor recommendations, and perceived synergy with our program are deemed the best. By this process we identify Interns who have a readiness to learn - under supervision - how a psychologist actually practices in the fundamental tasks associated with the clinical profession. Thus, the program is designed around objectives to provide experiences in assessment, treatment, consultation, and scholarly support of practice that will enable interns to move to the level of post graduation practice and/or study. The program does not seek to train interns to pursue a specific career path, although its character and methods have produced a preponderance of graduates whose career trajectories could be characterized as scientist-practitioner or practitioner scholar. As a VA Center with a strong academic affiliation, these outcomes are congruent with our mission.


2012-2013 Internship Class

Back Row (L-R): Jérren Weekes, Drew Sturgeon, Shane Kraus & Kristen Lamp
Front Row (L-R): Catherine York, Jenn Marola, Emily Briceno & Loren Post

MENTAL HEALTH
KRAUS SHANE W (Bowling Green State University)
LAMP KRISTEN E (Loyola University, Chicago)
POST LOREN M. (Case Western Reserve University)
WEEKES JÉRREN C. (University of Cincinnati)

NEUROPSYCHOLOGY/GEROPSYCHOLOGY
BRICENO EMILY M (Wayne State University)
MAROLA JENNIFER (Illinois Institute of Technology)
STURGEON JOHN (Drew) (Arizona State University)
YORK CATHERINE M (University of Illinois-Chicago)


Since 28 February 2001
Recent modifications:
08 June 2011 - Dates for Open House 2012 (January 10 & 17, 2012)
30 August 2012 - Update for 2012-2013 internship class
01 September 2012 - Dates for Open House 2013 (January 9 & 16, 2013)

http://www.umich.edu/~gusb/internship-index.html

Past interns (2001-present)