From: Directory Of Graduate Programs In Applied Sport .


From:Directory of Graduate Programs in Applied Sport Psychology (2008)Kevin L. Burke Michael L. Sachs Samantha J. Fry Sherry L. SchweighardtAppendix BA Word About InternshipsJessica Lutkenhouse, Psy.D.Lois A. Butcher-Poffley, M.Ed, Ph.D.Shelley A. Wiechman, Ph.D.Sam Maniar, Ph.D.Michael L. Sachs, Ph.D.Internships are an important component of sport psychology training that providesstudents with the opportunity to gain applied practical experience in the field of sportpsychology. They allow a person to employ what is learned in class in a supervisedenvironment, which is critical in order to further develop professional skills and assurequality practice. Internships are a part of the process of becoming an AASP certifiedconsultant, and are required by most graduate programs. Unfortunately, qualityinternships are hard to find. This Appendix was created to help students access aninternship that is in line with their graduate school requirements and future career goal.While reviewing this Appendix, please keep in mind that there is extensivevariability between masters and doctoral graduate program requirements, as well asresearch and applied (clinical and non-clinical) program requirements. Thus, some of theinformation included in this document may or may not apply to someone with yourintended training path and future career goals. To gain additional information oninternships, it may be helpful to contact the student representatives for the AmericanPsychological Association, Division 47 (Exercise and Sport Psychology) or the studentrepresentatives for the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP). They may beable to further assist you in your search for a fulfilling internship. The questions beloware important to consider before looking through the list of internships:1. Is an internship a requirement for degree completion in your prospective orcurrent graduate program?2. Does your graduate program offer the internship, or help the students access one?If so, are internships available for all students?3. If you are interested in research or teaching courses in Sport Psychology, will yougain practical research and/or teaching experience on internship?4. If you are interested in applied work, will the internship offer direct experiencewith the population that interest you (e.g., young children, athletes with clinicaldisorders)?5. Is the internship APA-Accredited (applicable to someone in a clinical orcounseling psychology graduate program)? If not, will completing a nonaccredited internship prevent you from obtaining your career goals (see sectionbelow for more information)?6. How many hours of supervision does the internship offer? Is this consistent withyour graduate program's requirements for supervision?

7. What degree does the supervisor at the site have? Is this acceptable by yourgraduate program?8. Is the supervisor certified as an AASP consultant?9. Will you receive course credit for your internship work?10. How many hours per week is the internship? Is the time requirement realistic,considering other obligations you may have as a graduate student?11. Is the site in a geographical region that suits you?12. Does the site offer a stipend, benefits, or housing?Sport Psychology and Exercise and Sport Sciences InternshipsThe list provided below was originally developed by Dr. Sam Maniar for theAmerican Psychological Association’s Division 47 (Exercise and Sport Psychology)newsletter. In 2008, the list was updated by Dr. Jessica Lutkenhouse through use of theAPPIC website (which provides information about all pre-doctoral internships in clinicaland counseling psychology – see, the AASP listserv, and the AASPinternship database (provided by Dr. Chris Bader). Internship training directors werecontacted to obtain site-specific information. Dr. Lutkenhouse has remained in contactwith the directors, and the current edition of this appendix includes the updatedinformation from each site, as well as new internships that have emerged.Information regarding exercise and sport psychology internships is provided first,followed by the clinical and counseling psychology pre-doctoral internships that havesport psychology rotations. The latter list notes whether the internship site is APAAccredited or APPIC-Accredited. Depending on your career goals, this element isimportant to consider because some jobs require an APA-Accredited internshipexperience (e.g. certain Hospitals and Universities). Before applying, it may be a goodidea to contact the training director to find out the specifics about the particular programthat interests you, due to the fact that most APA-Accredited positions have minimal directexposure to individual athletes and teams. Some sites offer access to athletes as part oftheir internship experience, but it is usually in addition to the required clinical trainingactivities of the internship. Unless the site has a specific sport psychology rotation, it isunlikely to spend more than a few hours a week engaged in work with athletes due totime demands of other program requirements. The key below will help you determine ifworking with athletes is a defined rotation, or a component of the internship that isoffered in addition to the required training activities.Finally, two examples of different internships conclude this document to providestudents with a general idea of what an internship opportunity in sport psychology maylook like. The first is an exercise and sport psychology summer internship program (IMGAcademies – Mental Conditioning Division), which can be applied towards AASPcertification. The second is an APA-Accredited full year counseling center internship witha sport psychology rotation (Oklahoma Health Consortium), which is only offered tostudents enrolled in a clinical or counseling psychology doctoral program.KEY* Rotation (as part of training requirement interns must complete some type of rotation)# No defined rotation (consulting opportunities exist in addition to other requirements)

In-house staff interest/supervisionTD Training DirectorSP Sport psychology contactApplied Internships/Fellowships(Revised 3/1/08 by Jessica Lutkenhouse, M.A.)American Board of Sport Psychology * New York City917.680.3994Roland Carlstedt, Ph.D. (TD & SP)Non-APA; Hrs of contact 20 hrs/weekwww.americanboardofpsychology.orgEvert Tennis Academy *10334 Diego Drive SouthBoca Raton, FL 33428561.488.2001, ddsilva@imgworld.comDavid Da Silva, Mental Conditioning ConsultantNon-APA; Contact site for hr of contact informationwww.evertacademy.comHuman KineticsChampaign, IL 61825-5076800.747.4457,, AnnM@hkusa.comJustin KlugAnn MaloneyNon-APA; Contact site for hr of contact informationwww.humankinetics.comIMG Academies – Mental Conditioning Division * IMG Academies, 5500 34th St. W.Bradenton, FL 34210941.752.2437, angus.mugford@imgworld.comDr. Angus Mugford (SP)Dr. Taryn Morgan (SP)Non-APA; Hrs of contact 200 hrs States Military Academy * Center for Enhanced Performance6th Floor, Washington HallWest Point, NY 10996Nate.Zinsser@usma.eduNate Zinsser, PhDNon-APA; Contact site for hr of contact information of St. Francis, Athletics Men’s and Women’s Soccer2701 Spring StreetFort Wayne, IN, 260.434.7559Mitch Ellison, Associate Athletic DirectorNon-APA; Contact site for hr of contact and Counseling Psychology Pre-Doctoral InternshipsAppalachian State University #Counseling & Psychological Services CenterPO Box 32044Boone, NC 28698-2044828.262.3180, hogancj@appstate.eduChristopher Hogan, PhD (TD)APA-Accredited; Contact site for hr of contact State University * Counseling and Psychological Services Center, 320 LucinaMuncie, IN 47306-0895765.285.1736, jzimmerm@bsu.eduJay Zimmerman, Ph.D. (TD)Lee Van Donselaar, Ph.D. (SP)APA-accredited; Hrs of contact 5 client contact hrs, 1 hr supervision, & 1 hroutreach/consultation per Green State University, Counseling Center #114 College Park Office Bldg.Bowling Green, OH 43403419.372.2081, eyarris@bqsu.eduElizabeth Yarris, Ph.D. (TD)Non-APA; Hrs of contact based on ability to establish relationship w/ athletic htmlBringham Young University * Counseling & Career Center1500 Wilkinson Student CenterProvo, UT 84602-7906801.422.3035, kirk dougher@byu.eduRichard Moody, Psy.D. (TD)

Ronald Chamberlain, PhD (SP)APA-Accredited; Hrs of contact 4 lorado State University Health Network * Campus Delivery 8010Fort Collins, CO 80523-8010970.491.6053, susan.macquiddy@colostate.eduSusan L. MacQuiddy, PhD (TD)Steve Ross, PsyD (SP)APA-Accredited; Hrs of contact 3-5 hrs/weekwww.counseling.colostate.eduEmory University Student Counseling Center # 1462 Clifton Road, Suite 235Atlanta, GA 30322404.727.1920, pepps@emory.eduPamela Epps, PhD (TD)APA-Accredited; Contact site for hr of contact information training apa.phpErie Psychological Consortium Northshore Psychological Associates120 East Second Street, Third FloorErie, PA 16507814.877.4113, mschwabenbauer@northshorepractices.comMichael P. Schwabenbauer, PhD (TD)APA-Accredited; Contact site for hr of contact arvard Medical School/McLean Hospital 115 Mill StreetBelmont, MA 02478-9106617.855.2137, levendp@mcleanpo.Mclean.orgPhilip Levendusky, Ph.D. (TD)APA-Accredited; No direct contact hrs / 2 SP’s on staff provide didactic presentationswww.mclean.harvard.eduIowa State University # Student Counseling Service2223 Student Services Bldg., 3rd FloorAmes, IA 50011-2223515.294.5056, jbrandon@iastate.eduJon Brandon, PhD (TD)Marty Martinez, PhD (SP)APA-Accredited; Contact site for hr of contact information stdtcouns/pre-docinternprogram2.htmlJames Madison University # Counseling & Student Development CenterVarner House, MSC 0801Harrison, VA 22807540.568.6552, jmageeim@jmu.eduIlene M. Magee, Ph.D. (TD)Wendy Borlabi, PsyD (SP)APA-Accredited; Hrs of contact based on ability to establish relationship w/ athletic State University * 232 English/ Counseling ServicesManhattan, KS 66506-3301785.532.6927, bpearson@ksu.eduBarbara Pearson, Psy.D. (TD)Sherry A. Benton, PhD (SP)APA-Accredited; Hrs of contact vary (site also has sport psych post .htmLake Forest College, Health and Wellness Center #Counseling Services555 N. Sheridan RdLake Forest, IL 60045847.735.5240, mckinzie@lakeforest.eduCynthia L. McKinzie, PsyD (TD)Non-APA, Contact site for more ling/predoctoral.aspMiami University # Student Counseling ServiceOxford, OH 45056513.529.4634, carrubmd@muohio.eduMaria Carrubba-Whetstine, Ph.D. (TD)Jim Slager, Ph.D. (SP)APA-accredited; Please contact site for more shipMontana State University, Bozeman # Counseling and Psychological Services211 Swingle BuildingPO Box 173180Bozeman, MT 59717-3180406.994.4531, wwwcc@montana.eduCheryl Blank, Ph.D. (TD)

Pat rick Donahoe, Ed.D. (SP)APA-Accredited; Contact site for hr of contact Internship Consortium in Professional Psychology # 49 Teachers College HallLincoln, NE 68588-0345402.472.1152, eburgess2@unlnotes.unl.eduSusan Swearer, PhD (TD)Amanda Lin Turner, PsyD & Thomas G. Grandy, PhD (SP)APA-Accredited; Hrs of contact University # Counseling and Psychology Services (CAPS)633 Emerson StreetEvanston, IL 60208-4000847.491.2151, taywaditep@northwestern.eduJod Taywaditep, Ph.D. (TD)David Shor, Ph.D. & Sarah Levi, Psy.D. (SP)APA Accredited; Contact Hrs 1-5 lahoma Health Consortium * Goddard Health Center620 Elm, Room 201Norman, OK 73019405.325.2799, smiller@ou.eduScott Miller, Ph.D. (TD)Nikki Moore, Ph.D. (SP)APA-Accredited; Hrs of contact 2-3 days/week depending on primary matched site(site also has sport psych post ips main.htmlPennsylvania Counseling Services John Grisbacher, Psy.D. (TD)6079 Main StreetE. Petersburg, PA 17520717.560.1908 x 110, jcgrisbacher@pacounseling.comJohn Grisbacher, PsyD (TD)Non-APA; Contact site for hr of contact informationwww.pacounseling.comPenn State University * Center for Counseling & Psychological Services221 Ritenour Building

University Park, PA 16802-4601814.863.0395, jxi1@psu.eduJoyce Illfelder-Kaye, PhD (TD)APA-Accredited; Contact site for hr of contact Psych6115 Park South Dr., Suite 130Charlotte, NC 28210704.552.0116, dverhaagen@southeastpsych.comDavid Verhaagen, Ph.D. (TD)Non-APA; Contact site for hr of contact informationwww.southeastpsych.comState University of New York at Albany Health & Counseling BuildingAlbany, NY 12222518.442-5800, jbernier@uamail.albany.eduJoseph Bernier, PhD (TD)Non-APA; Contact site for hr of contact center/memain.htmlState University of New York at Oneonta (SUNY Oneonta) 101 Counseling Health and WellnessOneonta, NY 13825607.436.3368, riceme@oneonta.eduMark Rice, PhD (TD)Non-APA; Contact site for hr of contact pages/internship.aspSuffolk University Counseling Center 8 Ashburton PlaceBoston, MA 02108617.573.8226, lfield@suffolk.eduLynda Field, Ph.D. (TD)APA-Accredited; Contact site for hr of contact A&M University * Student Counseling ServicesCain Hall, Texas A&M UniversityCollege Station, TX 77843-1263979.845.1263, mcovey@tamu.eduMary Ann Covey, Ph.D. (Training Director & SP supervisor)APA-Accredited; Hrs of contact 1-2 athletes/semester, outreach presentations, &student athletes wellness committee of Akron # Counseling CenterAkron, OH 44325-4303330.972.7082, julia7@uakron.eduJulia Phillips, PhD (TD)APA-Accredited; Hrs of contact of California, Berkeley2222 Bancroft WayBerkeley, CA 94720510.643.1233, claytie@uhs.berkeley.eduClaytie Davis III, Ph.D. (TD)Chris McLean, Ph.D. (SP)APA-Accredited; Hrs of contact paindex.shtmlUniversity of California, Los Angeles Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior760 Westwood Plaza, Room C8-746Los Angeles, CA 90095310.206.8100, dcrawford@mednet.ucla.eduRhonda Sena, PhD (TD)APA-Accredited; Contact site for hr of contact ity of California, Los Angeles * UCLA Student Psychological ServicesLos Angeles, CA 90095-1556310.825.0768, internship@caps.ucla.eduPeter Kassel, Psy.D. (TD)Tracy Shaw, PhD (SP)APA-Accredited; Hrs of contact 1 hr seminar training/month, 1-2 hrs clinicalhours/week, ½ - 1 hr weekly supervisionwww.sps.ucla.eduUniversity of California, Davis * Counseling and Psychological Services219 North HallOne Shields AveDavis, CA 95616-8568530.752.0871 x 26, errodolfa@ucdavis.eduEmil R. Rodolfa, Ph.D. (TD)APA-Accredited; Hrs of contact 4-6 hrs/week

www.counselingcenter.ucdavis.eduUniversity of California, Irvine #Counseling Center201 Student Services IIrvine, CA 92697-2200949.824,6457, mdemania@uci.eduMichael DeMania, Ph.D. (TD)APA-Accredited; Hrs of contact varywww.counseling.uci.eduUniversity of California, San Diego # Psychological and Counseling Services – 03049500 Gilman DriveLa Jolla, CA 92093-0304858.534.3755, castro@ucsd.eduChristina Castro, PhD (TD)Rhonda Hackshaw, PhD (SP)APA-Accredited; Contact site for hr of contact (self-hypnosis for athlete group)caps.ucsd.eduUniversity of Denver, Graduate School of Professional Psychology # 2460 S. Vine StreetDenver, CO 80208303.871.4737, jcornish@du.eduJennifer Erickson Cornish, PhD (TD)APA-Accredited; Hrs of contact vary (program strictly affiliated with University ofDenver’s doctoral program and does not take outside interns) of Florida #Couseling and Wellness CenterGainesville, FL 32611-4100352.273.6151, maynpem@ufl.eduNatasha Maynard-Pemba, Ph.D. (TD)APA-accredited; Contact site for hr of contact tmlUniversity of Idaho Counseling & Testing CenterContinuing Education Building, Room 306PO Box 443140Moscow, ID 83844-3140208.885.6716, mkitzrow@uidaho.eduMartha Kitzrow, PhD (TD)APA-Accredited; Contact site for hr of contact information

www.ctc.uidaho.eduUniversity of Maine #Counseling Center5721 Cutler Health CenterOrono, ME 04469-5721207.581.1392, april boulier@umit.maine.eduApril Boulier, Ed.D.(TD)APA-Accredited; Hrs of contact 2-3 hrs/week of Massachusetts Health Services # Amherst Counseling and Assessment Services127 Hill North, UMASS111 Infirmary Way-Office 1Amherst, MA 01003-9328413.545.2337Linda Scott, Ph.D. (TD & SP)APA-Accredited; Contact site for hr of contact y of Miami # Counseling CenterPO Box 248186Coral Gables, FL 33124-5520305.284.5511, erappaport@miami.eduEdward Rappaport, PhD (TD)Pamela Derian, PhD (SP)APA-Accredited; Please contact site for more ty of New Hampshire Counseling Center # Schofield House8 Garrison AvenueDurham, NH 03824-3556603.862.2090, cphanley@cisunix.unh.eduC. Patricia Hanley, PhD (TD)David M. J. Cross, PhD (SP)APA-Accredited; Hrs of contact vary (also provide workshops for coaches & trainers) of Pennsylvania Counseling and Psychological Services133 S. 36th Street, 2nd FloorPhiladelphia, PA 19104-3246215.898.7021,

Cyndy Boyd, PhD (TD)APA-Accredited; Contact site for hr of contact lUniversity of Rochester # University Counseling Center, Box 270356Rochester, NY 14627-0356716.275.2361, Brigid.cahill@rochester.eduBrigid Cahill, Ph.D. (TD)Allan Schwartz, Ph.D. (SP)APA-accredited; Hrs of contact of South Carolina #Counseling and Human Development Center901 Sumter Street, 7th Floor Byrnes Bldg.Columbia, SC 29208803.777.5223, A. Merck, Ph.D. (TD)APA-Accredited; Hrs of contact of Southern California # Student Counseling Services857 Downey Way, YWCA-100Los Angeles, CA 90089-0051213.740.7711, pat.alfordkeating@usc.eduPatricia Alford-Keating, Ph.D. (TD)Robin Schofield, PhD. (SP)APA-Accredited; Hrs of contact vary (site also has a sport psych post doc) of the Pacific #Cowell Wellness Center Counseling Services3601 Pacific AvenueStockton, CA 95211209.946.2315 x 2, cpatterson1@pacific.eduChalene Patterson, PhD (TD)Non-APA accredited; Hrs of contact varywww.pacific.eduUtah State University, Counseling Center #0115 Old Main HillLogan, UT 84322-0115435.797.1012, Thomas.Berry@usu.eduThomas R. Berry, Ph.D. (TD)

APA-accredited; Contact site for hr of contact Medical Center, Salem, VA # 1970 Roanoke BoulevardSalem, VA 24153540.982.2463, x 2934 Dana.Holohan@ va.govDana Rabois Holohan, PhD (TD)John Heil, DA (SP)APA-accredited; Contact site for hr of contact erbilt-VA Internship Consortium # Psychology Service 116BNashville VA Medical Center1310 24th Avenue SouthNashville, TN 37212-2637615.873.6827, jonathan.may@va.govJonathan E. May, Ph.D. (TD)APA Accredited; Hrs of contact varyVirginia Beach City Public Schools Psychological ServicesLaskin Road Annex1413 Laskin RoadVirginia Beach, VA 23451757.263.270

current graduate program? 2. Does your graduate program offer the internship, or help the students access one? If so, are internships available for all students? 3. If you are interested in research or teaching courses in Spo