Welcome to CAPIC!
On our website, you will find information about the process of searching, applying, and securing an internship training position. You will also find information about activities occurring statewide, regionally, and nationally in psychology education, practice, and advocacy.
CAPIC encourages Doctoral Programs, Predoctoral Internship Programs/Agencies, and Postdoctoral Fellowship Programs/Agencies to join CAPIC as Program Members. Click on the type of your program for instructions for applying for CAPIC membership. Note that students register for online access but not for membership. See below.
STUDENT REGISTRATION TO ACCESS INTERNSHIP PROFILES
NOTE: All students must register annually on the CAPIC website. All currently registered students will be removed from the CAPIC system on September 15th, AND no previously existing registration or application info will be available. To obtain access to the current CAPIC online internship database and the online application process, students must register with CAPIC on or after September 17th.
Students from non-CAPIC member schools are not eligible to Register nor to participate in the CAPIC match process.
Online Internship Match
|2013-2014:||The 2013 online match process is underway.|
March 29 (8 am): Match II Notification Day (https://capic.dnddigital.com)
March 29 (12 noon): Clearinghouse begins
CAPIC/MHSA Intern Stipend Program
Applications for Year 5 (2012 – 2013) stipends open on Jan 22, 2013.
Applications will close on April 5, 2013.
Visit our CAPIC/MHSA Intern Stipend Program page for more info.
MHSA Online Modules
The CAPIC Online Training Modules are available for use. These modules are central to working with clients in the CA public mental health system.
These online modules are approved for Continuing Education (CE) credits for CA-licensed Mental Health Clinicians. They are also a required component of the CAPIC/MHSA Intern Stipend Program. Click here for more info on these modules.
Published by CAPIC
Schaefer, M.R., (2012). "The Many Faces of Advocacy", The Los Angeles Psychologist, Jan-Feb 2012: 12-13.
Public Comments to CoA IR D.4-7(b)
- Comments from CAPIC
- Comments from Program Rep, CHAC
- Comments from CAPIC
Schaefer, M.R., Newman, G.H., et al (2011). "Shifting the Paradigm: Alternate Perspectives and solutions to increasing the availability of quality Internships." TEPP, 5 (4): 209:212. CAPIC's response to Hatcher article in TEPP.
Hatcher, R.L. (2011). "The internship supply as a common-pool resource: A pathway to managing the imbalance problem." TEPP, 5 (3): 126-140.
CAPIC is also briefly mentioned (and misquoted) in the March 2012 edition of gradPsych, the magazine of the American Psychological Association Graduate Students (APAGS). The misquote has been corrected in the online article.
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