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University Counseling Center

To Apply / Request Further Information: Doctoral Internship Program


Katy Dorsheimer, Ph.D.
Director of Training
University Counseling Center
University of Rochester
P.O. Box 270356
Rochester, NY 14627-0356
Phone: (585) 275-3113
Fax (585) 442-0815

To Apply:

  1. Complete the APPIC Application for Psychology Internship Form (AAPI) online – and submit it to us by November 8, 2019. Paper applications will not be considered.
  2. For an application to be complete, it needs to include the following:
    1. A cover letter, in which you explain why the University of Rochester UCC internship program is a good fit for you and your goals.
    2. CV.
    3. Graduate transcript(s).
    4. Three letters of reference, at least two of which should be from clinical supervisors.
    5. Include within your essays and/or cover letter what contributes to your unique world view.


Candidates selected for an interview will be contacted by email before December 6th. We believe that a face-to-face interview may be beneficial in arriving at a mutual decision about selection. If it is not possible to interview in person, a phone or Skype interview will be set up instead. Be assured we take all forms of interviews very seriously, and have matched happily in the past with applicants who chose to interview by phone or Skype. The interview period will be in early January.

The University Counseling Center agrees to abide by APPIC Match policies.

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Doctoral Internship in Psychology