Thank you for your interest in the Doctoral Internship program at Central Washington University (CWU). Your internship year is a crucial time period in your professional and personal life.
Thus, the decision you are about to make regarding where you will spend that year is very important and often difficult to make. The Counseling Clinic's staff prepared this informational web page to help you with this process. Many of your questions will be answered by reading the sections below.
As you read through this material, think about those points that are still unclear. Ways to contact us for further clarification of your questions will be provided on the last page of this document.
The internship is an organized health service psychology training program that provides supervised experiences in all Counseling Clinic services and functions. The program is is accredited by American Psychological Association. Verification of the program's accreditation status can be obtained through the APA Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation at (202) 336-5979 or by writing to 750 First Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002-4242.
The Counseling Clinic at CWU values the unique contribution of every staff member and recognizes the richness created when people from diverse backgrounds and experiences come together to work toward the common goals of serving our students and training future psychologists. As such, we encourage applications from intern candidates from a wide variety of backgrounds and particularly from traditionally underrepresented groups.
Central Washington University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
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