During the 2022-2023 training year, Hamm Clinic will offer a therapy practicum experience for two graduate students in psychology. Applications will be accepted exclusively from students at our three partner schools:
Practicum students may commit to a learning experience of either 9 or 12 months in duration, with 16 – 20 hours a week devoted to clinic services and learning activities.
Apply for a practicum placement by emailing a resume and cover letter to Nancy Seger at email@example.com by February 6, 2022.
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Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship
During the 2022-2023 training year, Hamm Clinic will host two psychology post-doctoral fellows. No new applications are being considered at this time.
The Hamm Clinic Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship emphasizes the provision of outpatient services, including psychological assessment, diagnostic assessment, treatment planning, and individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy.
The fellow may be supported in their learning through participation in:
- Deliberate practice
- Weekly seminar series
- Two hours of weekly clinical supervision from a doctorate level LP clinical supervisor
- One hour of weekly team consultation
- Monthly clinical team meetings
- Various topic-specific drop-in consult groups
- Auditing MICPP classes
The typical fellowship lasts 12 months, with 40-hours per week of on-site training and service provision. Fellows receive annual stipends, paid vacation, and health insurance benefits.
As of September 23, 2021 Hamm Clinic is no longer accepting applications into our APA Accredited Doctoral Internship Program and will discontinue our program after the 2021-2022 training year.
Hamm Clinic’s Doctoral Internship in Clinical Psychology is available to PhD and PsyD graduate students. Training is consistent with the American Psychological Association’s Standards of Accreditation.
Objectives and Requirements
Training objectives include:
- Ethical and legal standards
- Individual and cultural diversity
- Assessment and intervention
- Consultation and interprofessional/interdisciplinary skills
- Professional values
- Communication and interpersonal skills
Interns provide clinical services including psychological assessment and outpatient psychotherapy. They engage in inter-disciplinary consultation, prepare and deliver formal case presentations, and participate in other training opportunities that promote professional competence and affiliation.
The Doctoral Internship in Clinical Psychology is a full-time, one-year, on-site commitment to meet a 2,000-hour training requirement. Interns receive a stipend and can take scheduled clinic holidays and vacation time.
Specific internship expectations, timeframe, and training content must be approved by Hamm Clinic, the student, and the graduate school program. For more about this opportunity, read our program description (PDF). Information about application processes and deadlines can be found on the APPIC website.
A site visit from the Commission on Accreditation was conducted on November 5-6, 2015. The Commission granted seven years of APA re-accreditation, with our next site visit scheduled for 2022.* The clinic is a MN Department of Human Services Rule 29 approved facility and an APPIC member psychology training site. Interested students participate in the APPIC match.
*Questions related to the program’s accredited status should be directed to:
Commission on Accreditation
Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation
American Psychological Association
750 1st Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002
Telephone: (202) 336-5979
A link to the APPIC website and more information about the clinic, the application processes, deadlines, etc., is available here.
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