Brigham Young University - Predoctoral Internships in Professional Psychology

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The Counseling and Career Center (CCC) at Brigham Young University (BYU) offers four full-time, 12 month internships for doctoral-level graduate students in Clinical or Counseling Psychology. The internships for the school year begin in August. Each position carries a stipend of $25,500 and includes all benefits accorded full-time University personnel (vacation and sick leave, holidays; medical, dental, and life insurance; library privileges; bookstore discount; and discounted tickets to University events). The CCC Psychology Internship, which began in 1989, is fully accredited by the American Psychological Association.

The program provides supervised training experiences in a full range of psychological services. Interns function as colleagues of the professional faculty and staff and participate in all services and staff development activities of the Center.

One of the supervisors, Kirk Dougher, is very active in teaching people the process of using acceptance in their theory and practice. Full info on the internships can be found here.

Kirk Dougher can also be contacted for information about the supervision and the primary applications in the rotations.

Kirk Dougher, BYU, 1500 WSC, Provo, Utah 84602