- General Expectations
- Supervision, Didactics and Additional Training Activities
- Stipends, Benefits and Resources
Interns are expected to complete two case presentations throughout their training year: one pertaining to a psychological assessment and one pertaining to an individual therapy case. These presentations take place near the 6th month of the internship and near the 12th month of the internship. Formal evaluations are completed by members of the Internship Training Committee (ITC) using the Intern Case Presentation Rating Form. Interns receive training in case formulation and case presentation during OSH-PIP orientation. At that time, interns will receive specific information regarding procedures, processes, and expectations for case presentations, including a mock presentation from group supervisors.