Students in good standing in the Masters of Social Work or the Doctoral Training Program in Clinical Psychology are eligible to participate in the RIBHPC program. There are a limited number of funded positions available. Information about the application process and funding is available here for students in the MSW program and here for students in the Doctoral Training Program in Clinical Psychology.
Students meeting the following requirements may earn the Graduate Certificate in Rural Integrative Behavioral Health in Primary Care:
- In good standing in UMaine’s Masters of Social Work Program or Doctoral Training Program in Clinical Psychology and in their final year of experiential training (for clinical psychology students this is last year before pre-doctoral internship)
- Successful completion of discipline-based foundational course (Supervision, Consultation, and Interprofessional Issues (PSY581) or Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare (SWK586)).
- Successful completion of Advanced Seminar in Integrated Behavioral Healthcare (INT610).
- Successful completion of approved nine-month advanced experiential training practicum.
- Completion of two approved continuing professional education programs.