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Contact For further information, please contact program director, Temre Uzuncan, PsyD, at tuzuncan wi. Interns are assigned to one of 3 locations in Contra Costa County: San Pablo, Martinez, or Pittsburg.
Interns provide exam room consultations, screening, evidence-based individual and group interventions, and interdisciplinary collaboration and participate in a yearlong clinical rotation described below for an underserved, culturally diverse adult patient population with a wide range of medical and psychosocial issues.
Interns work alongside IHPTP staff and medical providers to deliver fully integrated, patient-centered care. The training program is structured so that it is sequential, cumulative and increases in complexity and breadth over time. Clinical Training IHPTP doctoral interns and supervisory staff work in the family practice division of Contra Costa Health Services health centers providing integrated behavioral health services for an underserved, diverse adult patient population to deliver fully integrated, patient-centered care.
Beginning in January interns are required to provide a didactic presentation on a health issue, its pathophysiology, the functional and psychological impacts of the disease or problem, and application of clinical insight on how to address the problem through intervention.
Throughout the class, students will learn skills and interventions for providing culturally sensitive care to patients from diverse cultural backgrounds, underserved and marginalized communities.
Interns will be required to develop and provide a formal case presentation of one of their clinical cases, using a multi-sociocultural framework that is integrated throughout the case conceptualization and treatment plan.
Interns will gain an understanding of clinical applications of medications through review of current research, learning to evaluate primary research critically, understanding theoretical perspectives in psychopharmacological treatment, and addressing complex treatment issues.
Interns will be required to develop and provide a didactic presentation beginning in January. Supervision Training Three seminars are provided throughout the year to cover key domains of supervision including legal and ethics overview, key supervision competencies, guidelines, relationships, professionalism, diversity, evaluation and feedback.
Experiential activities will be included. Yearlong Clinical Rotation Opportunities Interns participate in a yearlong rotation to gain exposure in one of the following specialty clinical services: Chronic Pain Clinic This training rotation was established to develop skills in assessment, treatment and interdisciplinary treatment of chronic pain.
Interns in this rotation will be assigned to a weekly chronic pain clinic paired with a medical provider who is a specialist in chronic pain management and develop integrated treatment plans to address patient care needs.
Interns in the pain rotation will be given weekly group supervision and trainings Mondays on pain interventions and assessment and frequent onsite direct supervision.
Neuropsychological Assessment This rotation allows interns to develop skills in clinical neuropsychology assessment through clinical interviews, test administration, scoring and interpretation and communication of findings through report writing and patient feedback.
All supervision is live in this rotation and is designed to increase skills and competencies gradually throughout the rotation. Specialty Access Clinic Rotation This training rotation was established to allow interns to develop skills in assessment, brief intervention, and interdisciplinary collaboration and consultation.
These clinics serve populations who have historically had significant barriers to accessing medical and mental health care. Gender Health Clinic 1st Friday monthly. CCHS is designated as a leader in healthcare equality by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation HRCthe largest national organization advocating for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights.
Interns work alongside positive specialists in family practice to deliver comprehensive integrated healthcare to patients with HIV positive status.
Supervision Interns are supervised by IHPTP faculty in the application of skills and knowledge acquired in the orientation, weekly seminars and clinical onsite experiences. Additionally interns receive live supervision through the groups intervention program and the clinical rotations as well as intermittent live supervision of their exam room consultations and individual sessions.
Live supervision consists of supervisor modeling clinical interventions and observing intern. Exam room consultations on-the-spot assessments, warm handoffs, screenings, brief interventions, and referrals community resources Onsite, brief individual evidence-based treatment of up to six sessions Evidence-based support groups such as stress reduction and grief Yearlong Clinical Rotation Evaluation Interns are evaluated three times a year to monitor progress in obtaining the program training goals and objectives in graded complexity.
In addition to the federal holidays, interns receive Please refer to http: The Integrated Health Psychology Training Program IHPTPan APA-accredited exclusively-affiliated internship of the Wright Institute, is specifically looking for highly motivated, self-aware clinicians who are eager to work with a diverse community with complex medical and psychological needs.
We seek applicants who have strong basic skills in standard assessment, neuropsychological assessment for neuropsychological assessment rotation onlybrief intervention and group therapy skills in addition to the personal characteristics necessary to function in the internship.
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