Welcome from the Training Director!
Dear Prospective Intern Applicant,
Welcome to the SUNY Buffalo State College’s Doctoral Internship information page. I hope that you enjoy browsing our information, and that you find all the information you need to know whether our program would be a good fit for you.
The Buffalo State Doctoral Internship is in an exciting time of expansion in programming and training. We are a staff dedicated to training the next generation of psychologists and mental health counselors and are committed to providing a broad training experience.
Our training program is based on a developmental model where experiences are scaled to the skills and experiences of each intern. We believe people learn and work best in a supportive, collegial atmosphere. To this end we provide a nurturing environment in which we expect interns to grow into confident, competent, ethical psychologists who are able to empower clients and colleagues.
Our interns are an integral part of the staff and are treated as young professionals who collaborate and contribute to the center. Our staff members vary in theoretical orientations, are diverse in their backgrounds, and work to provide a supportive and challenging environment to facilitate the most productive training year possible. All of our interns are exposed to a team that values thoughtful, ethical, culturally sensitive treatment, assessment, campus programming, and all aspects of functioning as a psychologist in a college counseling center environment. The application deadline for 2020-2021 internship is Monday, March 23.
Please download our brochure to learn more about the training program. Application instructions are in the brochure on pages 7-8.
Should you have any questions about our program please do not hesitate contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (716) 878-4436.
All the best to you as you embark on your internship selection process!
Jack Mack, Ph.D.
Assistant Clinical Manager, Training Director, and Licensed Psychologist
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