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Psychology Intern (40 hrs)

🚀 Off-cycle Internship


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  • You must have completed all coursework and comprehensive exams for a doctoral degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology. Submit APPIC app, transcripts, and be prepared for an in-person interview. Ethnic minority students are encouraged to apply.
  • You will receive supervised training in traditional psychological techniques modified for working cross-culturally with disadvantaged clients. Increase knowledge of cross-cultural behavior in mental health, develop psychology skills, and practice culturally competent therapy.

Off-cycle Internship

Healthcare, ScienceBoston


  • There are four primary of objectives for the position of Intern in Psychology at the Center for Multicultural Training in Psychology (CMTP).
  • Interns are required to work a five-day workweek. This consists of 1-2 days per week in an outpatient setting, 2-3 days per week in an inpatient setting and 1 day per week for didactic seminars and primary supervision at CMTP. Interns spend a minimum of 50 hours per week per week in training.


  • Interns are required to have completed all coursework and comprehensive examinations for their doctoral degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology by the start of the internship year. Applicants must complete the APPIC application, send their graduate transcripts and agree to face-to-face interview. The program accepts applications from all qualified candidates. Students from ethnic minority groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities



  • While training in CMTP the intern will: (1) receive supervised experiences in traditional psychological techniques appropriately modified for working cross-culturally with socially, economically and politically disadvantaged clients; (2) increase his/her knowledge of and sensitivity to aspects of behavior associated with cross-cultural and transcultural experiences which are involved in mental health, mental illness and recovery; (3) develop and achieve the highest level of proficiency in those skills traditionally associated with the profession of psychology; and, (4) train in the culturally competent practice of professional psychology consistent with the APA scientist-practitioner model


Work type

Full time

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