Mental Health Training Opportunities
This for-credit applied practicum program is for undergraduate seniors majoring in psychology at Georgia State University. The practicum is 4 - 8 hours weekly, depending on number of credit hours for which the student is registered.
A 9-month, 14-hour per week, pre-doctoral practicum in advanced clinical interviewing and brief mental health interventions, that is best suited for 3rd and 4th year students.
A 9-month, 24-hour per week, 2nd-year social work field placement in advanced clinical interviewing and brief mental health interventions. This training is designed to enhance knowledge and skills in clinical interviewing across the range of psychopathology in the adult population.
A full-time, 40-hour per week, one-year, paid post-doctoral fellowship. The Fellow is an integral part of the Behavioral Mental Health team and training structure fulfills or exceeds the requirements of the Georgia State Board of Examiners of Psychologists for the Supervised Work Experience (SWE) and eligibility for licensure examination in the State of Georgia.
An affiliate of the PGY4 rotation in the Department of Psychiatry, Emory School of Medicine. The resident will primarily be responsible for conducting psychiatric assessments, time-limited psychiatric follow-up, fitness-for-duty evaluations, and return-to-work evaluations.
Emory Health & Wellness serves as an employer for the REAL Program students who are full-time MPH and MSPH students at the Rollins School of Public Health. Interested candidates must be enrolled in the REAL Program.