The Doctoral Internship at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa's Counseling and Student Development Center provides a one-year (2000 hours*), full-time training experience for doctoral candidates in Health Service Psychology. The CSDC internship embraces a philosophy of experiential learning and provides practitioner-scholar training. Interns receive training and supervision in our eleven areas of competency: professional values, attitudes and behaviors, individual and cultural diversity, ethical and legal standards, reflective practice/self-assessment/self-care, communication and interpersonal skills, research of scientific knowledge and methods, evidence-based practice, assessment, intervention, consultation and interprofessional/interdisciplinary skills, and supervision. Emphases of the internship training program include:
- College Student Development - facilitating the psychological development of university students.
- Multicultural Competence - acquiring cultural awareness, knowledge, and skills within a diverse and international university community.
- Counseling/Psychotherapy Integration - combining ideas and strategies from several different theories of counseling/psychotherapy.
This website provides several documents related to the Doctoral Internship:
- Welcome Letter For Internship Candidates
- Philosophy and Training Model
- Competency Areas
- Training Activities
- Internship Setting at UHM & CSDC
- Meet Our Staff
- Applying for Internship at CSDC-UHM
- Counselor-In-Residence (CIR) Program
The Doctoral Internship program is accredited by the American Psychological Association:
Commission on Accreditation
American Psychological Association
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