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While the primary function of the Counseling Center is to provide counseling services to
students of the University of Washington, the Center maintains a strong
commitment to facilitating each intern's transition from trainee to
professional psychologist. Thus, we are
looking for people who are flexible and interested in learning, but who
also have the maturity and skills to offer quality services under the
supervision of our professional staff. Specifically, we require the
must have majored in counseling or clinical psychology, and must have
completed the following courses: psychopathology, counseling theory and
technique, ethics, educational/psychological testing, and a minimum of
1000 hours of practicum.
must have passed their doctoral qualifying examinations prior to the
commencement of the internship, and be certified by their academic
training director as ready for the internship experience.
National Computer Match Program Code number is 162011
applications materials are screened by an intern
application committee. Applicants are
rated by this committee based on their written materials. Applicants whose training and professional
goals most closely parallel the training opportunities available at the
Counseling Center will be invited to participate in a telephone
interview. The training program at the Counseling Center adheres to the Association of
and Internship Program's guidelines regarding offers and acceptances. Our Center participates in the APPIC Matching
Program for Psychology Internship Positions. For
additional information regarding the APPIC
Internship Matching Program, you may contact www.natmatch.com/psychint/
should include the following:
application form. The UWCC uses the *APPIC
standardized application form.
- A letter outlining
why you are applying to our site.
- A current,
transcripts of all graduate work.
- Three letters
of recommendation from persons with direct knowledge of your academic
performance and supervised field experiences. (At
least two must be from clinical supervisors.)
*The Association of Psychology
Postdoctoral and Internship
Centers (APPIC) has developed a standardized application referred to as
"aapi2000". This form can be
obtained by visiting the APPIC
If you are unable to download the
application form, you may contact the UW Counseling Center at (206)
by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
, and we will forward you a hard copy of the application.
internship site agrees to abide by the APPIC policy
that no person at this training facility will solicit, accept or use
ranking-related information from any intern applicant.
*********** All materials DUE BY NOVEMBER 22, 2004
all application materials to:
S. Grant, Ph.D.
Associate Director/Director of Training
University of Washington
401 Schmitz Hall, Box 355830
Seattle, Washington 98195-5830
not E-mail or send by Internet
any part of your application, as confidentiality cannot be assured.
are only accepted via the mail.
Opportunity and Disability Accommodation
The University of Washington reaffirms its policy of equal
opportunity regardless of race, color, creed, religion,
national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status,
status as a disabled veteran or Vietnam era veteran in accordance with University policy
applicable federal and state statutes and regulations.
The University of Washington is committed to providing access
and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs,
activities, education and employment for individuals with disabilities.
disability accommodation in the application
process, contact the Disability Services Office at
least ten days in advance at:
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