We often have undergraduate and graduate students in training at our practice. Undergraduate students help with projects on various topics related to their interests, support our staff with administrative tasks, and write blog posts for our website. Graduate students participate in our evaluations by conducting interviews and psychological testing. They also provide individual and group therapy.
Interested in an internship?
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Graduate Training Program
KKJ Forensic & Psychological Services offers a training program for practicum and intern students at the master’s and doctoral levels. KKJ’s program offers the unique opportunity to receive training in both forensic and clinical practice; trainees will assist with psychological/forensic evaluations and provide therapy services. Evaluations may be court-ordered, and students will be trained in structured interviews, parent-child observations, psychological testing, and report writing. Therapy services may include facilitating groups and workshops in addition to providing individual counseling for adults and adolescents. Trainees will receive ongoing supervision and training for both areas of practice from two licensed clinical psychologists.
We strive for a supportive, validating atmosphere that promotes effective learning and skill development. Position details are provided on the following page:
RESOURCES & OTHER INFORMATION
FAQ For Students Interested In Forensic Psychology
Blog: Access to Care
Blog Documenting The Experience Of One Of Our Interns