Psychology Internship Program
APA-Approved Doctoral Internship in Clinical Psychology
The mission of the FHC Psychology Internship Program is to prepare predoctoral students for competent practice of the profession of psychology in a variety of health care, behavioral health, and educational settings. Training focuses on service delivery, ethics, and sensitivity to individual and cultural differences. Current research findings and health care delivery trends are also included in the program.
Mary Ann Mullin, Ph.D. –is the Director of Behavioral Health and the Director of Training for the Internship Program. Dr. Mullin is a licensed psychologist who provides therapy services to children, adolescents, adults, and families, along with supervision to the staff and interns.
Elizabeth Baker, Ph.D. –is a licensed neuropsychologist who supervises the interns and runs the weekly neuropsychological assessment seminar. She has experience working with brain injured and medically impaired children, as well as children with learning and memory disabilities.
Fatima Watt, Psy.D. –is a licensed pediatric psychologist on our Medical Units and Behavioral Health Services. On the Medical Units, she provides a range of therapeutic services to children and families, consultation with other disciplines, and individual supervision to the medical intern. She also conducts individual, family, and group therapy in the outpatient department, as well as psychological and neuropsychological assessments.
Maryjane Fellows, Ph.D. –is a licensed psychologist in our Children’s Wellness Initiative Program and Behavioral Health Services. She provides treatment to children, runs groups, and works with both teachers and administrative personnel. Dr. Fellows provides individual and group therapy in the outpatient department and supervises our school based intern.
Kelly C. Karl, Psy.D. –is a licensed clinical psychologist with a specialty in pediatric neuropsychology. Dr. Karl provides supervision to the interns and runs the research and case conference seminars. In the outpatient department, Dr. Karl provides neuropsychological and psychological evaluations for children, adolescents, and young adults and specializes in head injuries and seizure disorders.
Kristine Hodshon, Psy.D. –is a licensed psychologist on our Community Based Acute Treatment (CBAT) unit and in Behavioral Health Services. Her primary experience has been working with children and families who have experienced trauma and child maltreatment. On CBAT, she coordinates the group therapy program and provides group therapy and psychological assessment as needed. She also provides group supervision to the CBAT externs and individual supervision to the CBAT intern. In the outpatient department, she provides individual and family treatment to children and adolescents, as well as psychological and neuropsychological assessments.
2014 - 2015 Psychology Internship Program Outline
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