Doctoral Practicum Program
LUK Crisis Center, Inc. offers a year-long, Doctoral Practicum Program. The aim of the practicum program is to provide a supportive and challenging environment for doctoral practicum students in which, as practitioner-scholars, they learn to offer the highest quality, client-centered, culturally responsive services to the underserved members of our communities who struggle with behavioral health issues.
We are offering two practicum positions for 2021-2022 in our Behavioral Health Services division.
Application, cover letter, curriculum vitae, and one reference letter (preferably by a previous clinical supervisor), should be submitted no later than Wednesday, January 6, 2021 by 5 pm. Suitable candidates may also be considered on a rolling basis.
Candidates will be invited to interview with staff psychologists. LUK's notification process adheres to the formal process established by the Massachusetts Practicum Training Collaborative (PTC).
For further information please contact:
Dr. David Hamolsky, PsyD - Director of Clinical Training