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STATE BOARD OF PSYCHOLOGY OF OHIO FORM A: VERIFICATION OF APA-ACCREDITED, CPA-ACCREDITED, OR APPIC-MEMBER PRE-DOCTORAL INTERNSHIP To be completed by Director/Coordinator of Internship Training and

The Ohio Internship in School Psychology Manual Ohio Department of Education, Office for Exceptional Children Association of Field Facilitators of Intern Competencies (AFFIC)

Ohio University Graduate Education Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution or equivalent For doctoral programs, previous master's required: No Minimum GPA: 3.00 Coursework Required/Recommended: Range of psychology courses, research methods, statistics Resume or Vitae Required

NASP-Approved/Nationally Recognized Graduate Programs in School Psychology The mission of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) is to

Ohio Chillicothe* Cincinnati. Cleveland. Dayton Oklahoma Oklahoma City Oregon *Nineteen of these are new internship programs and are not yet accredited. Doctorate from an APA accredited doctoral program in Clinical or Counseling Psychology.

clinical or counseling psychology (from APA-approved programs) who have completed pre- and post-doctoral supervised clinical hours likely the PhD in Clinical Psychology (unless you are not interested in being a therapist, in which case

Clinical Psychology: A Brief Tour of the Field A Workshop for Members of the OSU Social Psychology Program Michael Vasey Ohio State University September 20, 2005

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Unit, which is one of five specialized inpatient treatment programs for combat-related PTSD in the country. Dr. Delamater received his PhD in clinical psychology from Ohio University in 1986 after having completed his internship at the Palo Alto VAMC.