Clinical psychology internship is crucial in training of clinical psychologists. Offers supervised clinical experience in professional environment, allowing direct work with clients & application of psychological assessment and intervention techniques. Consider key points when pursuing a clinical psychology internship: ensure accreditation with recognized institution, familiarize yourself with application & matching process, review eligibility requirements, prioritize internships offering diverse clinical experiences, consider quality of supervision & training, explore research opportunities, align your interests & goals with program, utilize professional networking platforms, and carefully prepare your application materials.

Clinical Psychological Internship

Criteria: For Undergraduate: The criteria for undergraduate students to be eligible for an internship is to have more than 6 semesters completed.

For Graduate: Graduate and above students can enroll for the internship by filling out a form. Once the form is submitted, we will review the application and make a decision to hire the individual for the internship.

Cost (Online) – 3 Months
8000pkr + 1000pkr Registration Fee (Pakistani)
50usd + 10usd Registration Fee (International)

Cost (On-Site) – Monthly
5000pkr + 1000pkr Registration Fee (Pakistani)
100usd + 50usd Registration Fee (International)

Course Features
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We provide more internships on annual basis Except this as well.

June | July | August

We provide more internships on annual basis Except this as well.

September | October | November

We provide more internships on annual basis Except this as well.

  • Structured clinical interviews
  • Diagnostic assessments
  • Cognitive assessments
  • Personality assessments
  • Behavioral observations
  • Administering, scoring, and interpreting assessment measures
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
  • Psychodynamic therapy
  • Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
  • Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
  • Family therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Conducting therapy sessions and formulating treatment plans
  • Presenting cases and treatment planning
  • Receiving feedback on clinical work
  • Ethical guidance and professional development
  • Understanding cultural factors in assessment and treatment
  • Adapting approaches for diverse backgrounds
  • Ethics and Professionalism:
  • Confidentiality, informed consent, and boundaries
  • Legal regulations in clinical practice
  • Participating in research projects
  • Data collection and analysis
  • Collaboration on publications or presentations
  • Collaborating with other professionals
  • Multidisciplinary collaboration and case consultation
  • Referral coordination for comprehensive care
  • Attending seminars, workshops, and conferences
  • Staying updated on research and evidence-based practices
  • It’s important to remember that the content and experiences of a clinical psychology internship can vary. The internship serves as a bridge between academic training and professional practice, providing hands-on clinical experience under the guidance of experienced professionals.

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