LUK Crisis Center, Inc. offers a year-long, Doctoral Practicum Program. The aim of the practicum program is to provide a supportive and challenging environment for doctoral practicum students in which, as practitioner-scholars, they learn to offer the highest quality, client-centered, culturally responsive services to the underserved members of our communities who struggle with behavioral health issues.
We are offering four (4) practicum positions for 2023-2024 in our Behavioral Health Services division.
A cover letter, curriculum vitae, and one reference letter (preferably by a previous clinical supervisor), should be submitted to Internships@luk.org.
Candidates will be invited to interview with staff psychologists. LUK’s notification process adheres to the formal process established by the Massachusetts Practicum Training Collaborative (PTC).
All applications for the 2023-2024 Doctoral Practicum Program must be submitted to Internships@luk.org by Monday January 9, 2023 (5:00PM EST).
For further information please contact:
Dr. David Hamolsky, PsyD – Director of Clinical Training