Interns receive 10 vacation days and 10 sick days in addition to all University holidays when CAPS is closed.
Requests for vacation time are required at least two weeks in advance of the leave. Submit these requests to the primary supervisor and Training Director for approval. All attempts should be made to take scheduled time off when FAU classes are not meeting. Please be aware of the academic calendar. http://www.fau.edu/registrar/acadcal.php . Vacation is prohibited in the two weeks prior to and first two weeks of the fall and spring semester.
Interns receive 5 days of professional development time and a stipend towards conference fees. Professional development leave for job search, dissertation, and conferences are granted on an "as needed" basis with the approval of your supervisor and the training director.
Holidays follow the official University holiday schedule where offices are closed and classes are not in session.
Excessive unplanned absences disrupt treatment and we expect Interns to have regular attendance at CAPS. Excessive absences may result in inadequate completion of the required 2,000 hours.
The University offers health insurance through the Health Insurance Marketplace as required by the Affordable Care Act.
Interns are given their own office, provided with a computer, digital recording device, and telephone. We have an essentially paperless office and interns will learn to use Titanium, our electronic note-taking and appointment system and the Behavioral Health Measure, to track progress of clients.
By the time of application
- All course work necessary for the title of doctoral candidate including comprehensive exams.
- Acceptance of dissertation proposal by dissertation committee no later than the APPIC application date.
- A minimum of 400 cumulative supervised hours in direct clinical service at the time of application.
- Clinical experience with college student population preferred.
- Experience with intellectual and personality assessment measures, 2 integrated reports.
- CAPS seeks individuals who are team players, have strong communication skills, practice good self-care, are open to learning, value consultation and supervision, and value self-reflection as a tool for professional development.