Interns participate in two six-month clinical rotations, each of which consists of five days per week. Specific training experiences are collaboratively determined based on individual interests and program needs. To graduate, interns are required to accrue a minimum of 2,000 hours of program participation over the course of the year. They also are expected to fulfill the following requirements and demonstrate competence in each of the areas listed below.
Interns are expected to provide approximately four patient contact hours per day (20 hours per week). Depending on the rotation and the testing assignments, this typically involves:
12 to 15 hours of outpatient groups per week
2 to 5 hours of individual therapy sessions per week
Face-to-face testing time (as assigned)
Interns are also required to attend staff, team, and performance improvement meetings at their rotation sites.
An intern’s didactic activities include:
4 hours of clinical supervision per week
2 hours of seminars and other didactic activities per week
1 to 2 hours of curriculum and/or program development per week
1 to 2 hours of research activity per week