Graduate Training

Mid-Atlantic seeks highly motivated culturally sensitive students for their psychology externships and internship training program. Trainees will have the opportunity to conduct psychotherapy in a private practice setting providing services to children, adolescents, college students, and adults. Additionally, students will have the opportunity to provide psychological assessment in our various school-based programs. Furthermore, trainees will have the opportunity to conduct various psychological and forensic assessments. Our externship program allows trainees to design an experience that will prepare them for an APA-Accredited internship.

Psychology graduate trainees must be enrolled in an APA-Accredited Program to be considered. Graduate trainees are expected to complete 16 hours of clinical experience and 4 hours of indirect, clinical training, and administrative experience. Trainees will receive weekly individual, group, and assessment supervision from licensed psychologists and other licensed professionals according to their discipline, as well as monthly didactic trainings.

All levels of graduate training will be considered. Interested applicants should send a letter of interest and their curriculum vitae to Dr. Charla Mckinzie, Director of Educational Training, at Graduate trainees are expected to complete 20 hours of training to include clinical, indirect, administrative and supervision experiences.
Applications will be accepted beginning December 1st.

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

Post-doctoral Residents

Mid-Atlantic has a one-year paid full-time opportunity for Psychology Residents. Psychology Residents work under the direct supervision of licensed psychologists. The Psychology Resident will engage in the practice of psychotherapy and psychological assessment. The Psychology Resident is part of the Training team and is expected to supervise psychology externs and lead a didactic seminar.

Potential professional and training opportunities include psychodynamic therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, behavioral therapy and modification, psychological and school-based testing, forensic testing, workshops, consultation, professional development, and program development. Furthermore, the Psychology Resident has built in study time for the EPPP as part of their schedule. Interested applicants should email a Letter of Interest, a letter of recommendation, a redacted psychological assessment, and curriculum vitae to with attention Dr. Jennifer Bevard.
Applications are accepted starting January 2nd each year.


The Benefits for this position include:
• Health Insurance
• Dental Insurance
• Paid Time Off
• Holidays
• 401 K