Sean Hornsby is a 5th year doctoral student in Clinical/Forensic Psychology with a specialization in criminal behavior and community interventions. He is also a Psy.D. candidate at Alliant International University, Los Angeles and he is currently doing his pre-doctoral internship at Range Mental Health Center in Minnesota. Sean’s research and clinical interests include risk assessment, criminal offender treatment and evaluations, community outreach and support services, mental health screening, malingering, and symptom fabrication. He is excited about starting a career in helping individuals and groups develop the life skills necessary to live a full and enriched life.
Deciding where you want to go and preparing a strong application for your APPIC internship choices is only half the battle. The second part of the APPIC internship match process is doing a good job in your interviews by presenting yourself in the best light and showing them that you are a good fit for their site.
Here are some tips to help you before, during, and after your APPIC internship interviews.
It’s that time of year again – doctoral students nationwide will be submitting APPIC internship applications as the last step before graduation. While it may seem like a breeze, the APPIC Match process is long, daunting, tedious, and full of uncertainty as to what to focus on and how to put your best foot forward. For those out there who may be embarking on this journey, here are some helpful hints that can provide some direction in finding an internship that fits you best.
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