Three full-time positions are available. The annual stipend is $20,000. This includes health insurance, vacation days and all other staff benefits. Applicants from all APA-accredited Ph.D.or Psy.D. programs in clinical and counseling psychology will be considered, but applications from APA-approved clinical psychology programs will be given priority. Applications from programs which are not APA-accredited are not accepted.
Students interested in applying for the internship program should complete the standard APPIC Application for Psychology. This application should be completed in its entirety. Instructions concerning this application are found on the APPIC web site at http://www.appic.org/.
When you submit your completed application, please include your letters of reference and transcript with your completed application. Do not have your letters of reference mailed separately.
In addition to the standard APPIC application, we request a copy of your graduate school transcript, vita, and three letters of recommendation. As much as possible, references should include people who are familiar with your clinical as well as academic work. All of the material and a $10 processing fee payable to Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center should be received by November 14th but applicants are encouraged to complete their applications as soon as possible. Interviews, either onsite or by phone, are a required part of the application process. Applicants will be notified by December 15th if an interview has been granted.
If you need further information before deciding to apply or have questions about the application procedure, please feel free to contact us. All inquiries and materials should be addressed to:
Elizabeth Rutha, Psy.D.
Director of Training
Advocate Illinois Masonic Behavioral Health Services
938 W. Nelson
Chicago, IL 60657