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University of Toronto, Counselling and Psychological Services

Dr. Sandra Yuen, C.Psych
Counselling and Psychological Services
University of Toronto
214 College Street, Main Floor, Room 111
Toronto, Ontario, M5T 2Z9
Telephone Number:416.978.8070
FAX Number:  416.978.7341
EMAIL:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
WEBSITE:  http://www.healthandwellness.utoronto.ca

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Filed under: Internship Programs, Ontario,
Last Updated: June 2011 | Submit Updated Information

Internship Setting

Accreditation Status: CPA: No APA: No
Term (length): 1 Year Beginning Date: September 1, 2011
Number of Positions: 2 Number of Supervisors: NA
Stipend: NA Application Deadline: December 1, 2011
Benefits: NA
   
Minimum Applicant Requirements:

Candidates must have completed all requirements for their doctoral programs except their doctoral dissertation and a minimum of 600 hours of practica. 

Brief Summary:

The Internship program is designed to provide a comprehensive training experience for interns that wish to pursue careers in a university counseling center or an outpatient mental health center.  Our goal is to provide training in a variety of functions and to support the professional development of our interns that will lead to the fulfillment of registration requirements as a Psychologist in Ontario.  Interns will participate in a range of services provided by CAPS, as well as a range of therapeutic perspectives and methodologies.  Our goal is to provide a learning experience that will assist and strengthen the interns’ clinical and professional development, while supporting their individual skills and strengths, theoretical orientation, and learning style. 

 The Internship consists of a year-long rotation in the provision of short-term psychotherapy from a Relational perspective.  The intern also participates in a Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) rotation, either for a six-month or a year-long rotation.  The assessment experience involves the provision of psychodiagnostic assessments and intake assessments at CAPS, for the purposes of differential diagnosis, over the 12-months.  Interns may also seek additional opportunities through minor rotations with other CAPS psychology supervisors, including couple therapy, group therapy, and psychoeducational workshops.