The Kennesaw State University's Counseling & Psychological Services (CPS) Doctoral Internship in Health Services Psychology has been developed to provide training in the core functional skill areas relevant to a broad range of counseling arenas, but especially a university counseling center setting. Over the course of the internship year, interns will gain exposure to individual and group counseling and psychotherapy, psychoeducational outreach and consultation, clinical supervision, assessment, and research.
Within KSU’s internship we aim to provide training in individual and group counseling/therapy, outreach and consultation, supervision, assessment and research. Our training program embraces a comprehensive supervision model that is intensive and progressive and provides interns contact with the gamut of licensed psychologist supervisors who vary in training, diversity, personal style, and theoretical orientation. Thus, our program does not adhere to one theoretical model, but provides exposure to a range of them; further, our center is interdisciplinary and interns will also have the opportunity to work with social workers, licensed professional counselors, a marriage and family therapist and psychiatric staff here at KSU.