OPAGS Workshop: Psychology Internships

Saturday, April 2 | 9:45 a.m. -3:35 p.m.

Wright State University’s School of Professional Psychology

The Ellis Human Development Institute

9 Edwin C Moses Blvd. Dayton, Ohio 45402

 

 Registration for this event is now closed.
 
 
Workshop Agenda:9:45 am-10:00 am Registration – 10:00 am-10:10 am Welcome and Introductions – 10:10 am-11:20 am Tips from a Director of Clinical Training

  • Dr. Michelle Schultz from Wright State School of Professional Psychology, School of Professional Psychology

11:20 am-11:30 am Break

11:30 am-1:00 pm- Internship Director’s Panel:

  •  Wright State University Counseling Wellness Services- Dr. Daniela Burnworth
  •  Talbert House- Margaret Cornell
  •  Wright-Patterson Airforce Base- Dr. Kirk Rowe
  •  Cleveland State University Counseling Center- Dr. Bruce Menapace
  •  The MetroHealth System- Dr. Britt Nielsen
  •  Cincinnati Children’s Hospital- Dr. Shanna Guilfoyle
  •  Columbus VA- Dr. Jennifer Finnerty
  • Nationwide Children’s Hospital –  Dr. David Michalec

1:00 pm-1:30 pm- Lunch with Internship Directors

1:30 pm-2:30 pm- Student Panel

  • Current Interns & Students who completed the internship application process in 2015-2016 and are headed to a variety internship sites share their insights

2:30 pm-3:30 pm- Relaxation with Dr. Mary Miller Lewis

3:30 pm-3:35 pm- Thank for attending and wrap up

 

 

Questions – Call Karen Hardin at 614.224.0034 or email her at khardin@ohpsych.org

 

 






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