Candidates will only be considered if they have completed adequate and appropriate training for the position prior to application.:
Completed their formal academic coursework toward a doctoral degree in professional psychology (e.g. clinical, counseling, school)
Successfully completed their institution’s qualifying/comprehensive exams
Participated in closely supervised experiential clinical training in practicum or externship placements.
Interns’ coursework must have been completed within a degree-granting program in professional psychology (clinical, counseling, school).
Ideal candidates will have previous experience in both assessment and treatment of children. Please see training manual for more specifics.
If offered an internship with AHCH, we require completion of a criminal background check, at no cost to you. While employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background check, a criminal conviction does not automatically prohibit employment. Eligibility for employment will be determined by the administration, in consultation with Human Resources. Similarly, applicants are expected to submit to a urinalysis drug screen.
Doctoral Interns will maintain a 12 month position at the Audrey Hepburn Children’s House, for which they will receive a $32,000 stipend, 3 weeks PTO, and full medical/dental coverage.