2020 Internship Interviewing Tips Do your research (review again before interviews) – Review internship site brochure again – be knowledgeable about the training offered; re-read your cover letter for each site Review agency website – understand the setting and population, referral sources, clinical staff/supervisorsTalk with interns and students you know who have interviewed at the … Continue reading Interview Preparation Tips
Essay 2 updated - Telehealth considerations With the COVD-19 pandemic, many clinicians have had to transition to telehealth, providing therapy via video or phone sessions. If you are one of those clinicians who has either learned or increased their use of telehealth, consider the following as you write about your theoretical orientation for Essay 2: … Continue reading Essay 2: 2020 Comments
This is a stressful and disheartening time for students who did not match in Phase I. I am disappointed that APPIC decided to start Phase II immediately on 2/19 when in past years it waited until the following Monday to give applicants time to recuperate from not matching. You deserved a couple days of recovery! … Continue reading 2021 Phase II of APPIC Match
You may consider asking people to serve as your reference as early as August - ask if they are available and willing to provide a strong recommendation for you. It's okay if you don't have all the supporting documents (see below) ready yet; you can mention that you will send more details to them in … Continue reading Reference Letters
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Developing an appropriate list of internship programs to apply to is key to a successful application process. First, create your wish list for your internship experience and sort by the following categories - 1) must have, 2) would like to have, and 3) don't want. The wish list could include: therapeutic approaches - e.g., DBT, … Continue reading Internship Site List