Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Spring 2017 Internship Opportunities

INTERNSHIP SITES 2017
Updated April 2017

Organization
Contact
Phone and/or Email
Population
A Wider Circle
Ann Thompson
Mark Bergel, PhD,
Director
(301) 608-3504
Homeless families, 10-14 hrs/week
Internship providing educational help to increase literacy
Alexandra Office on Women
Jen Clayton
(703) 746-4911
Female and Male Domestic Violence and Assault Victims
American Association of Suicidology
Amy Kulp
(202) 237-2280
Suicidal research and prevention
APA
Debra Perry

Preparing papers and presentations
Association for Psychological Science
Patti Martin
Membership Promotion
Bright Beginnings
Whitney Faison
(202) 842-9090
School for homeless children
Broad Futures
Carolyn Jeppsen
(202) 521-4304
Send cover letter and resume to Carolyn Jeppsen:
Mentoring at-risk adolescents get and complete internships
CAAT (Center for Assessment and Treatment)
David Black, PhD
(240) 424-0184
Looking for behavioral coaches for autistic adolescents; prefer graduate level students
CAS Leadership and Ethical Development Program (CAS LEAD)
Meg Weekes
(202) 885-6383
21-credit hour certificate program designed to enhance ability to engage in difficult conversations, solve problems, and lead projects effectively
Child Development Center (AU)
Zakia Charfi
(202) 885-3330
Children
Children’s National Medical Center, Donald Delany Eating Disorder Clinic
Darlene M. Atkins, PhD, Director
Children with eating disorders; 1 intern per year
Community Agencies with Offender
Tracy Velazquez
(202) 885-2875
Offenders; student research associates hired for year
Community Connections
Lori Beyer, Director of Student Program
(202) 608-4788
Deinstitutionalized Mentally Ill; Intern position includes entering data and research for clinical practice
Community of Hope
Lauren Cranman
(202) 407-7757
Kids Club After-school Program
Cornerstone Montgomery
Brandi Maloney
Email:
Mentally ill adults
Courtney’s House
Phylicia Henry
Anti-Sexual Trafficking
D.C. Rape Crisis Center
Santa Malina
(202) 232-0789
Rape Victims
Focus
Preety Patidar
(202) 387-0404
Data collection, analysis, reporting in Charter Schools
150 hours/year or 300 hours/year
Gender and Sexuality Development Program National Medical Center
John Strang
(301) 765-5447
(301) 379-8351
Transgendered; Prefer a longer term commitment (1 year)
George Washington University Psychology Department
Dr. Sharon Lambert
(202) 994-0798
Research with inner city populations
Girls Probation Home
Sue Boucher
(703) 246-4395
Teenagers and domestic issues; minimum requirement of 270 hours and age 21
Horace Mann Elementary School
Nora Dean
(202) 282-0206
Grade School Children

Housecalls
Beth Albaneze
(301) 346-6732

Human Rights Campaign
Candace Gingrich
(202) 216-1517

Advocacy for Gay and Lesbian
INOVA Fairfax Hospital for Children
Emily Steelman
(703) 289-1400, ext. 2416
Children; PETIT Study – Prematurity Effects on Toddler Infants and Teens
International Public Management Association for Human Resources
Julia Hind-Smith
(703) 549-7100, ext. 252
Assessment; Test Developments related to Human Resources needs; Organizational Psychology
IONA Senior Services
Deborah Rubenstein
(202) 895-0249
Elderly Clients
Ivymount Autism Program
Susan Holt
Program Director
Internship for teaching assistants for applied behavior analysis of children and teens with autism
Janney School
Maureen Leventhal
(202) 282-1243
Grade School Children
Prefers senior interns
Kennedy Krieger Baltimore
Samantha Waldorf
(443) 923-7322
Research and treatment of children
Little Leaves Behavioral Services
Allison Ober
(202) 420-8359
Behavioral therapy
$15/hour
Lombardi Cancer Center
Georgetown University Hospital
Charlotte Hagerman
(202) 687-0647
Cancer Patients
The Mindfulness Center
Dr. Debbie Norris
(301) 986-1090
Alternative Medicine
Montgomery County Behavioral Health and Crisis Services
Michaela Johnson
(240) 777-5063
Mentally Ill
(Masters level only)
My Sister’s Place
Agatha Tomasik
(202) 529-5261 (dial 0 for secretary when prompted and ask for Agatha)
Battered Women and Their Children
The National Center for Children and Families

Send cover letter and resumes to:
Management and Social Work Positions
NIH Children’s Growth and Behavior Lab
Rim
(919) 793-3781

NIH Child Health and Human Development Section on Growth and Obesity
Kate Thuneson
(310) 944-1743
Research and treatment of obese and overweight adolescents
Office on Women (SARA) Alexandria Sexual Assault Response Awareness Program
Jennifer Enslen
(703) 746-4911

Female Sexual Assault Victims; Hotline, Advocacy
Parkmont School
Willa Reinhard
(202) 726-0740
Middle and High Classrooms
Potomac Pathways
Brook Brody
(301) 987-PATH
Substance Dependent Adolescents
PRS CrisisLink Hotline
Lauren Padgett
(703) 531-6351
http://www.prsinc.org
PRS CrisisLink Hotline Workers – suicide and crisis prevention calls – one 3-hour shift/week for 1 year
Psychiatric Institute of Washington
Florence Hannigan
(202) 885-5752
Patients with dissociative and other disorders
Public Defender Office – Southern Maryland
Michael Gross
(917) 509-2690
Working with the courts, schools and underprivileged adolescents
Public Defender Service – Mental Health Division
Carolyn Slenska
(202) 824-2860
Hospitalized Mentally Ill
Psychotherapy Networker
Mike McKenna
(202) 885-5277
Working at a magazine for psychotherapists
RAINN
Rape, Abuse, Incest, National Network

(202) 544-1034
2000 L Street NW, Suite 406
Washington, DC 20036
Sexual Abuse
Rock Recovery
Christine Dondero
(919) 696-4708
People with eating disorders
Second Story
Susie Guido
Emergency shelter teens (13-17)
Society for Neuroscience
Megan Walski

$12/hour summer internship in several areas (e.g., HR, graphic arts)


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