The Centre for Psychological Services and Research (CPSR), a training unit of the School of Psychology at the University of Ottawa offers a pre-doctoral internship in both French and English giving interns an opportunity to complete their training in either language.
Appointments begin September 1, 2022 and end on August 31, 2023. The stipend is $28,000 paid over the period of an intern's training; an additional $500 is allocated to external applicants to assist with moving costs. The stipend is paid through a bursary. Additional benefits include a three-week vacation, statutory holidays, and including the Winter holiday break.
In 2022-2023, we anticipate having one full-time position, available to students from Ph.D. programs in clinical psychology other than the University of Ottawa program, and seven full-time positions reserved for students in the Ph.D. Clinical Psychology Training Programme at the University of Ottawa.
For the internship year 2022-2023 the following internship positions are anticipated:
- Adult Clinical (External intern; English or bilingual; CPSR & external rotation to be determined based on the individual training plan; APPIC # 182719).
- Three positions, Adult Clinical (uOttawa intern; English, French or bilingual; CPSR & external rotation to be determined based on the individual training plan; APPIC # 182714).
- Adult Clinical (uOttawa intern; English or bilingual; CPSR & The Ottawa Hospital, APPIC # 182720).
- Adult Clinical (uOttawa intern; French; CPSR & Montfort Hospital; APPIC # 182718).
- Adult Clinical/Community (uOttawa intern, English or Bilingual; CPSR & CRECS; APPIC # 182717).
- Adult/Child/Family Clinical (uOttawa intern, English or bilingual; CPSR & external rotation to be determined based on the individual training plan; APPIC # 182715).
2 The split for these positions is 60% of the intern's time at CPSR and 40% at the external site.
3 For this position the intern will complete an 80 hour internal rotation in administration related to training as well as a 400 hour rotation in community consultation at the Centre for Research on Educational and Community Services (CRECS).