The aim of the Genesis Internship Program is to provide interns with a unique capstone training experience that will yield a diverse skill set, preparing the intern for professional practice, in diverse settings, with all outpatient populations. The internship develops proficiency across areas of clinical, health, and neuropsychology including assessment, therapy, consultation, and research. Generalized training is the focus in preparation for post-doctoral work and a career as a psychologist.
In addition to individual therapy and assessment, interns lead and co-lead a variety of behavioral health groups such as Dialectic Behavior Therapy groups, addiction recovery groups, and youth social skills and emotional regulation groups. Interns also observe and co-lead marital support groups, adult interpersonal skills building groups, and/or an eating disorder recovery group.
The GDIP handbook can be downloaded here: Genesis Doctoral Internship Program Handbook