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Institute for Multicultural Counseling & Education Services

A Private Non Profit Organization Associated with DPI/NGO with ECOSOC Status of The United Nations for Human Rights

Psychology Doctoral Internship

Applications Open for 2022-2023 Clinical Training Year

Applications Extended to December 21st, 2021.

This year IMCES is inviting applications to our APA accredited clinical training program in the following ways:​

1) Apply Online and upload documents directly to IMCES: Click Here

2) Email your application documents directly to internship@imces.org or mail to: Clinical Training Committee 3580 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 2000, Los Angeles, CA 90010

3) Through the CAPIC matching process at https://capic.net/resources/online-match-process

4) All applicants must submit documentation from their Director of Clinical Training of their Academic Doctoral Program which verifies that applicant is qualified to apply to Doctoral Internship programs

IMCES offers a direct method of application throughout the process of applying for internship and adjusts deadlines based on ongoing assessment and professional community needs.

Application Deadline December 21st, 2021

Interview Start date is January 11th, 2022

Notification of results is February 10th, 2022


Accredited for:

Doctoral Internship Program

Commission on Accreditation:
American Psychological Association (APA)
750 1st Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002
(202) 336-5979

Application Documents

Applicants must submit the following documents:

1) Letter of intent/essay indicating goodness of fit between self interest, personal/professional goals and the IMCES mission and philosophy of training program. The essay must reflect on the following:

- ​personal lived experience

- professional lived experience

- advocacy project experiences

- ​a statement regarding meeting the minimum requirements of 250 clinical assessment hours (not psychodiagnostic testing) and 250 clinical intervention hours

2) Official transcripts from applicant’s graduate school

3) Updated Resume

4) 2 letters of reference from clinical supervisor regarding practicum/internship training, place/duration of training, including type of clinical work/training