VAMC Cleveland - Parma Outpatient Clinic (Cleveland, Ohio)

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Cleveland is among the largest Medical Centers in the country and the Parma Outpatient Clinic is a brand new facility with a large mental health department.

Psychology Interns are involved with a weekly introductory transdiagnostic ACT group and also an ACT psychotherapy group for men who have experienced sexual trauma. They can employ ACT individually with a wide range of clients and have the opportunity to design and implement any specialty group intervention of interest. We also maintain a full DBT program available to Interns.

Trainees could request a full four-month clinical rotation with an experienced ACT provider (a VA Roll-out consultant since its inception; trained in DBT by Marsha Linehan) with an option to continue for the full year in a Clinical Enrichement of up to eight hours weekly. Multiple ACT- and DBT-trained providers are part of the clinical milieu.

Contact: Kevan McCutcheon, Ph.D

(216) 739-7000 ext. 2316

Kevan.McCutcheon@Va.Gov

 

4/26/14 Update:

Place: Cleveland Ohio VAMC

APA Accreditation: Accredited
Training Director & Lead / Director: Robert Goldberg
Chief Psychologist: Edgardo Padin-Rivera
Positions: 10
Stipend: 23486
Primary Agency Type: Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Descriptor Interns pursue a Track (Mental Health, Health Psychology, Neuropsychology, Geropsychology) through three four-month rotations and an optional 300-hour enrichment if desired. We are a large facility with medical and psychiatric in- and outpatients. We encourage ethnic minority applicants. APPLICANTS MUST SPECIFY THE ONE [AND ONLY ONE] TRACK TO WHICH THEY ARE APPLYING AND THREE SPECIFIC PREFERRED ROTATIONS IN THEIR COVER LETTER. We are interested in the career trajectories of students, including preparation for postdoctoral specialization and the future implications of training assignments made during the internship year.
Website: http://www.cleveland.va.gov/internship/psychology/Index.asp