Intern Brochure 2020-2021 2 The Natalis Psychology Training Program (NPTP) (formerly known as the Twin Cities Psychology Internship Consortium) mission is to prepare doctoral psychology interns to provide high quality behavioral health care to people of all ages, in a variety of settings, and to develop the leadership and advocacy skills that psychologists need as they take on leadership positions in the professional and business world of psychology practice. The training philosophy of NPTP embraces the practitioner-scholar model, emphasizing the importance of clinical practice informed by psychological science. Accreditation and Affiliations Natalis Psychology Training Program is not accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the American Psychological Association. NPTP will begin the process of becoming an APA Accredited Doctoral psychology internship site during the 2020-2021 academic year; however, we are unable to guarantee the program will successfully obtain APA Accreditation. Questions related to the program’s accreditation status should be directed to the Commission on Accreditation: Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation American Psychological Association 750 1st Street NE, Washington DC, 20002 Phone: (202) 336-5679 / Email: Web: APPIC Membership Status NPTP is a participating member of APPIC and participates in the APPIC match. NPTP agrees to abide by all APPIC policies, including the APPIC policy that no person at this training facility will solicit, accept, or use any ranking-related information for any doctoral psychology intern applicant. NPTP is available to apply to via the AAPI. Please DO NOT send paper or email applications. Students who intend to apply to Natalis Psychology Training Program must apply using the AAPI. Natalis Psychology Training Program APPIC Match Site Code is 2308. Program Structure and Focus Areas NPTP offers one-year, full-time doctoral psychology internships. The program provides a range of clinical, didactic, and advocacy experiences that represent the necessary depth and breadth required for future professional psychology practice in both urban and suburban settings that serve clients from diverse and often underserved communities. The internship will accept six doctoral psychology interns for the 2021-2022 cohort, which will begin on September 13, 2021. Doctoral psychology interns have a primary placement at Natalis Woodbury (previously known as Counseling Psychologists of Woodbury) and have the opportunity to select one to three 3 additional placement rotations from among the following sites during their training year: Natalis University Avenue in St. Paul, Natalis White Bear Lake, Natalis Energy Park (previously known as River City Clinic), Central & Priority Pediatrics in Woodbury or Roseville, and Child & Teen Medical Center in Fridley or Blaine. All doctoral psychology interns meet weekly for group clinical supervision, bi-monthly for didactic training in psychological assessment, and monthly for shared training activities. Across training sites, doctoral psychology interns are expected to complete a minimum of 2,000 hours of training during the internship year, of which 17-20 hours per week, on average, are spent in the provision of direct face-to-face clinical services. Doctoral psychology interns are expected to achieve the internship objectives, as stated below, and to abide by the APA Code of Ethics, the requirements of the NPTP training program, and the policies and procedures of their primary training site. Behavioral Health Intervention Doctoral psychology interns across training sites are expected to spend approximately 20-25 hours per week in activities related to Behavioral Health Intervention. NPTP provides opportunities to work in outpatient specialty behavioral health care settings, as well as integrated/enhanced co-location settings embedded within pediatric primary care clinics. Opportunities to provide individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy using both brief, solution-focused interventions and longer-term depth psychotherapy are offered. Working collaboratively as part of a behavioral health care team, as well as a medical intervention team, are a strong focus of the NPTP internship program. Some site locations provide opportunities to serve people from immigrant and refugee populations and may include working with inte

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