Graduate Training

Mid-Atlantic seeks highly motivated culturally sensitive students for their school-based psychology externships and internship. In addition, students will have the opportunity to conduct therapy in a private practice setting providing services to children, college students, and adults. Furthermore, doctoral level psychology trainees will also receive weekly assessment supervision to meet requirements for their accredited program. Psychology graduate trainee must be in an APA-Accredited Program to be consider. Graduate trainees are required to work accordingly to their school’s program, which is typically 16-20 hours weekly. MSW and Counseling trainees will receive weekly individual and group supervision from licensed psychologists and other licensed professionals according to their discipline, as well as monthly didactic trainings. In addition, doctoral level psychology trainees will also receive weekly assessment supervision to meet requirements for their accredited program.

All levels of graduate training will be considered. Interested applicants should send their CV/resume to Dr. Charla Mckinzie, Training Director, at cmckinzie@mid-atlanticservices.com. All psychology externs interested in testing, should also attach a redacted report along with their CV and Cover Letter.  Mid-Atlantic adheres to a Universal Student Acceptance Date Approach for accepting candidates for psychology externships.

Undergraduate Training

Mid-Atlantic provides training opportunities for undergraduate in the fields of psychology, social work, child studies, human relations, and other related fields.  Students are provided the opportunity to work in schools, private practice, and conduct research under the supervision of a trained professionals.  Student will work alongside graduate trainees and given the opportunity for professional development.  Interested applicants should send their Internship Resume to Dr. Charla Mckinzie, Training Director, at cmckinzie@mid-atlanticservices.com