Carnegie Mellon University

Advanced Training Opportunities for 2021-2022

CaPS has cultivated a well-rounded training experience for doctoral-level psychology and counselor education students, psychiatric residents, and Masters level counseling and social work interns.

At CaPS, our overarching approach to psychotherapy is influenced by developmental, humanistic, and psychodynamic understandings of human functioning and treatment. We offer a rich learning experience designed to foster greater competency, whether as a social worker or as a therapist fostering a deeper understanding of the psychotherapy process, in a university setting. In accordance with PA ACT 153 requirements, all trainees must pass the following background checks: PA criminal history, child abuse, and FBI finger printing.

For additional information, please contact corresponding training director or coordinator of the program below.

We encourage anyone with different dimensions of diversity and a commitment to social justice to apply.

Doctoral Practicum and Psychiatric Resident Training

We are currently accepting applications for the Doctoral Practicum.  Applications will be accepted until Wednesday February 9, 2022.  Interviews will be held the week of March 7th, 2022. Application materials include a current CV and Cover Letter. Please email these directly to Melissa Bilski, PsyD at mbilski@andrew.cmu.edu

Doctoral Internship in Health Service Psychology

The deadline to submit applications for the APPIC Doctoral Psychology Internship for 2022-2023 is 11/15/2021.

Training Brochure 2022-2023 (PDF)

Masters Level Social Work and Counseling Practicum

This is a training opportunity for second year M.S.W. and M.A. in Counseling students seeking a direct-practice training experience as part of our frontline Triage, Consultation and Case Management team (TCC).

The deadline to submit applications for the Masters Level Social Work and Counseling Practicum is now closed.

Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowship

CaPS does not currently have any openings for the Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowship program for the 2022-2023 academic year.