Internships In Psychology

Author: Carol Williams-Nickelson
Publisher: Amer Psychological Assn
ISBN: 9781433812101
Size: 64.24 MB
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This authoritative, hands-on book provides doctoral-level psychology students with all the resources necessary to successfully navigate the internship application process. Topics include the most common reasons why people don't secure a position; how many sites to apply to; rank ordering your list of programs; preparing essays, cover letters, and the curriculum vitae; securing strong letters of recommendation; preparing for interviews; writing thank you notes; receiving Match results, and more. In addition to general guidance, the book provides numerous helpful checklists and samples, including several sample essays. Since the second edition of this book was published, significant changes have occurred in the psychology internship application process. This edition offers updated and enhanced information to address these modifications, as well as a new chapter written specifically for directors of clinical training, offering suggestions on how best to assist students during this process. This resource is provided to students by the American Psychological Association of Graduate Students -- the premier group committed to representing, leading, advocating, and developing resources for graduate psychology students.

Your Graduate Training In Psychology

Author: Peter J. Giordano
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412994934
Size: 41.84 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Your Graduate Training in Psychology takes current and upcoming graduate students beyond the typical concerns of enrolling into graduate school and guides them on how to complete graduate school successfully. Unlike other books that focus on how to get into graduate school, this book directly addresses the major issues that students confront during their graduate training in psychology. A carefully selected cadre of expert authors in their respective areas illuminate the broad range of processes, practices, and procedural issues that face graduate students in both masters and doctoral programs. Ordered chronologically, from the first year of graduate school (Settling In) to what students need to know as they finish (Winding Down and Gearing Up), students will learn the key skills needed to succeed in all aspects of their academic and professional careers while in school and after beginning a professional career.

Becoming A Health Psychologist

Author: Tracey A. Revenson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351201263
Size: 72.49 MB
Format: PDF
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Becoming a Health Psychologist provides an overview of the different training paths students can take to prepare themselves for graduate school and careers in the field of health psychology. You’ll find tips on how to choose and apply for graduate programs as well as numerous practical examples such as emails to potential advisors and questions to ask during interviews. Throughout, the authors provide examples of different health psychology careers, along with references, resources, and first-hand experiences. It details what is involved in becoming a health psychologist, what a health psychology career entails, and how to reach that goal. The inclusion of tips from a diverse group of successful students, early career, and senior health psychologists makes this book an invaluable resource for anyone looking to start their career or for advisors who are counselling students about career choices. For many readers, this book may serve as "the mentor they never had".

The School Psychology Internship

Author: Daniel S. Newman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1315313472
Size: 54.92 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The School Psychology Internship is intended to support both doctoral and graduate-level interns and their supervisors (both field and university) in navigating the internship process. Emphasis is placed on the idea that the internship year is a dynamic and formative journey and that interns and supervisors both must be active planners, coordinators, and shapers of the experience. This thoroughly updated 2nd Edition contains an array of helpful resources such as evaluation tools, best practice guidelines, added coverage on doctoral-level training, and sample forms along with all new supplementary materials designed to aid interns in the transition from internship to early career practice.

The Internship Practicum And Field Placement Handbook

Author: Brian N. Baird
Publisher: Pearson College Division
ISBN: 9780205804962
Size: 67.14 MB
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"The book guides interns through every phase of the internship process from finding placements to concluding relationships with clients and supervisors. Along the way students learn about ethics, clinical writing and record keeping, working with peers and supervisors, understanding diversity, self care and safety, and how to be successful in meeting the challenges and opportunities of the internship or field placement setting. Following an evidence and competency based approach, the latest research findings are reviewed from the fields of psychology, social work and counseling."--Publisher.