Articles by Maggie Campbell Wilkerson

Maggie Wilkerson graduated from Wake Forest University with degrees in Psychology and Art, and is now President and Co-Owner of Time2Track. Maggie does a little bit of everything here – from talking to clients to working with guest bloggers to planning new features. When she's not working, she enjoys cooking, gardening, and spending time with her husband, their cat, and two dogs.

The Ultimate List of APPIC Match Resources

The Ultimate List of APPIC Match Resources

The APPIC Internship Match tends to be one of the most stressful events of a doctoral psychology student’s education and training. Not only is there a chance that you won’t match with an internship, but the sheer amount of time and money that it takes to participate in the match can be incredibly overwhelming.

Mid-August to the end of October is APPIC Season at Time2Track. During this time of year, we receive many questions about the AAPI and the APPIC Match and every year we’re reminded of the fact that resources for APPIC Applicants are few and far between. Many are outdated, and they are scattered all over the place.

To help you prepare for the AAPI, the APPIC Match, and beyond, we’ve compiled the ultimate list of APPIC Match Resources from around the web. Some are older, but still relevant, while others are more recent. Below you’ll find news articles, videos, how-to articles, slideshares, and more. Don’t forget to add any resources we might have missed in the comments section below.

Time2Track Tips: Tracking Hours After Graduation

Time2Track Tips: Tracking Hours After Graduation

Behavioral health students know how important it is to keep detailed records of their clinical hours during practicum and internship training, especially when those hours have to be signed off on by supervisors and submitted to their schools.

But what about after graduation?

All states and provinces require a certain number of supervised hours to be accrued in order to obtain a license for practice (along with other requirements). Each state and province has their own set of rules depending on the license you’re working toward.

Since licensure is the final step in your journey to becoming a licensed professional, it’s important that it go smoothly. Tracking hours is just one part of it, but it’s a very important part. Here are some tips, frequently asked questions, and instructions for tracking hours during this final step.

Time2Track Tips: Custom Activity Types

Time2Track Tips: Custom Activity Types

Have you ever wanted to add notes or comments to an activity in Time2Track to be more specific about what you did?

Have you ever tried to choose an activity type, only to find that the one you need isn’t there?

Have you ever wanted to keep track of “no-shows” without just deleting the activity?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you’re going to love Time2Track’s Custom Activity Types.

How to Choose an Activity Type in Time2Track

How to Choose an Activity Type in Time2Track

One of the questions that we hear most often from Time2Track users is, “Which activity type do I choose?” It can be stressful trying to choose just one activity type from a long list, especially if your experience could fit more than one.

In this article, I’ll provide some helpful tips and guidelines for tackling the task of choosing the right activity type, including how to add custom activity types. I’ll also include descriptions for some of the activity types you might see in Time2Track.

Import Your MyPsychTrack Data into Time2Track

Import Your MyPsychTrack Data into Time2Track

If you’ve been using MyPsychTrack to log your hours but are considering switching to Time2Track, we’ve made it easy for you to import the data you’ve already logged.

Our MyPsychTrack Import Tool is quick and simple to use – all you need to do is export your “Activities Report Spreadsheet” from your MyPsychTrack account, then drag-and-drop it into the Time2Track import interface. That’s it! Time2Track handles the rest. Keep reading for step-by-step instructions.