The Division of Psychology welcomes new interns
The 2019-20 class of interns began July 1.
A new class of interns joined the Division of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Kansas Medical Center.
The 12-month, full-time, American Psychological Association-accredited appointments in clinical psychology are designed to fulfill the internship requirements for APA-accredited doctoral programs in clinical and counseling psychology. The internship began July 1.
The 2019-20 class of interns includes:
• Andrew Seidman, M.A., Iowa State University
• Hilary Galloway-Long, M.A., Penn State University
• Lindsey Jenkins, M.A., University of Kansas
• Matteo Bugatti, M.A., University at Albany-State University of New York
• Ruben Tinajero, M.A., University of Utah
• Samantha Reznik, M.A., University of Arizona
"We are delighted to have our new class of interns on board," said Edward Hunter, Ph.D., APBB, the Division of Psychology's director of training. "They represent the brightest and the best of our next generation of psychologists. These interns bring the most up-to-date knowledge base in clinical psychology to bear on helping our patients."
The Division of Psychology annually offers six internship positions, including two slots that address underserved populations and funded through a grant from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration.
At the postdoctoral level, the division offers fellowships in neurorehabilitation psychology, clinical health psychology with an emphasis on oncology-psychology and advanced clinical psychology. In addition, a clinical practicum program draws doctoral-degree seeking graduate students from graduate programs across the region.
For more information about the internship program or other training opportunities in the Division of Psychology, visit the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences' website.