PSY 370 (Introduction to Clinical Psychology) offers students an opportunity to work with clients who suffer from serious and persistent mental illnesses such as schizophrenia. It will meet on campus on Friday mornings from 9:30-11:00 for the lecture part of the class, with the weekly placement hours at Pilgrim State Psychiatric Center occurring on Tuesday mornings from 9:00-12:00. Students who would like to be considered for admission to this limited enrollment course must interview with Dr. Ginnetty (Room E-113 during posted office hours). The last day to interview is Wednesday March 15th.
Potential interns must be juniors or seniors in the fall (although courtesy interviews will be given to interested students who will still be sophomores) and must have completed PSY 271 (Abnormal Psychology) before the clinical course begins.
If you are interested, please sign up for an interview appointment at your earliest convenience. Sign ups are on his office door E 113.
Graduate School Meet and Greet in Psychology, Criminal Justice and Social Sciences
Representatives from various local graduate programs will be here to answer questions and provide information on their graduate programs.
Noon-2 p.m. — McGann Conference Room, O’Connor Hall
Incredible experience and training! 6 month commitment – 4 hours per week (around your schedule) Mandatory 4 day training. Saturday March 25th, , Sunday March 26th, Saturday April 1st and Sunday April 2nd from 9:30 to 4:00. To earn 3- credits, see Dr. Ginnetty to sign up for PSY 400. PSY 400 is our internship course which requires 80 hours of placement over the semester.
If you think you are interested reserve your spot in the training by going to the agency’s website (www.responsehotline.org) and filling out the required online application.
Mark your calendar Your Future in Psychology: Resume & Curriculum Vitae (CV) Writing Workshop – Important for graduate school, internship and job applications.
Thursday, February 9th
Shea Conference Room
Join us for an information session to help you in the writing of your personal statement, resume & curriculum vitae (CV).
The American Board of Sport Psychology 2017 is offering summer research internship in Applied Sport Psychology.
PROGRAM VENUE: New York City with possible satellite session in New Hampshire (baseball psychology; special distance-based programs can also be arranged)
Requests for information documents/applications are now being accepted. If interested please contact: email@example.com
Friday, Dec 2nd- Hope you can make it, see previous post for details.