Professional Training Opportunities

The UMaine Counseling Center serves as a training site for masters and doctoral students interested in developing clinical and/or outreach-focused skills. Visit each of the pages below to learn more about the opportunities available.

Doctoral Internship in Health Service Psychology

The APA-Accredited Doctoral Internship in Health Service Psychology at the University of Maine Counseling Center is one of the oldest counseling center internships in the country and is highly respected for its training program. We offer a supervision intensive internship experience that promotes both professional and personal development.  In both our training and service delivery we seek to provide compassionate, professional, socially-just clinical care, outreach, and consultation to the university community.  

Doctoral students from both Counseling and Clinical Psychology programs are encouraged to apply.  For more information click here and/or contact Dr. Brent Elwood for additional information.

Masters Clinical Internship

The Counseling Center works with the Graduate School of Social Work and Counselor Education programs to provide a high-quality masters-level Clinical Internship training program. Read more about these opportunities or contact Dr. Brent Elwood for additional information and application instructions.

Masters Outreach Internship & Undergraduate Field Experience

The Counseling Center serves as a macro-internship site for graduate students in the School of Social Work and a field experience site for undergraduate students. UMaine students interested in training in the development of outreach-focused skills & experience, please visit our Outreach Internship page. You are also invited to contact the the Counseling Center (207-581-1392) for additional information and to submit an application.