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Internship in Professional Psychology
APPIC Program Code number: 138911
Thank you for considering a professional psychology internship at the MU Counseling Center. On our related pages, you will find information about our training program, the Counseling Center, and the MU campus. We offer an APA-accredited, twelve-month, full-time internship.
The overarching goal of the internship program is to train ethically responsible psychologists who have the requisite knowledge, skills, and attitudes that are the foundation of the competent practice of professional psychology in a pluralistic society.
Our interns provide individual psychotherapy, group therapy, couples counseling, crisis intervention, assessment and case disposition, programming, consultation, and supervision of graduate level trainees.
We are proud of the high-quality, individualized training we offer interns and feel our program's particular strengths lie in our entire staff's commitment to training, the quality and quantity of supervision provided, our training in group psychotherapy, and the unique opportunities available through focus area placements, many of which provide opportunities to reach out to underserved groups.
The stipend for the full-time, 12 month internship is $25,751.65. Interns also receive 20 days annual leave (vacation + professional days) and eight university holidays. Additional benefits include medical and dental insurance, flexible spending account, use of library and computer facilities, and parking. Please note interns must pay the employee portion of fees for medical and dental insurance as well as parking. Each intern has a private office with a window and is equipped with a computer and digital recording equipment.
The deadline for electronic submission of applications is November 15th. Our APPIC program code number is 138911.
This internship site agrees to abide by the APPIC policy that no person at this training facility will solicit, accept or use any ranking-related information from any intern applicant.
If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact Dr. Jenny Lybeck-Brown, Training Director.
The MU Counseling Center Internship in Professional Psychology is Accredited by the American Psychological Association
In 2012, the program received 7-year re-accreditation (next review in 2019). For further information, contact the APA Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation: