Application and Selection Procedures
The deadline for receipt of all application materials for the 2024-2025 academic year
Monday, November 6, 2023 by 11:59 pm (CST)
Our site requires the completion of the AAPI online, which may be accessed at AAPI Online. Please attach 3 letters of reference, Transcripts of all graduate coursework, and Curriculum Vitae.
AAPIC Member Number: 1586
PROGRAM CODE NUMBER: 158612 Please indicate match number in cover letter.
Applicants should have completed all coursework toward their doctorate in counseling or clinical psychology prior to starting the internship, including at least 350 hours of practicum Intervention experience. Applicants are required to have passed comprehensive exams and to have their dissertation proposal approved by the ranking deadline. Previous counseling center experience is preferred. The internship site agrees to abide by the APPIC Policy that no person at this training facility will solicit, accept or use any ranking-related information from any intern applicant. APPIC Match Policies
APA Commission on Accreditation contact information:
American Psychological Association
Program Consultation and Accreditation
750 First Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002-4242
APA Commission on Accreditation Website
Applicants invited to interview will be notified by email by December 2nd and interviews will be via Zoom. Links will be provided. Interview date is 1/12/2024. The format is the same for all types of interviews - rotating interview sessions with small groups of staff and interns. Applicants are welcome to contact any staff or current intern with questions.
Questions regarding internship training at TTUSCC can be directed to Dr. Moerkbak via e-mail or phone at 806-742-3674.
Intern Selection Procedures
(the TTUSCC abides by all APPIC policies in its selection procedures)
Written Application Review
Each application is processed and reviewed by the Training Director to ensure that
the applicant's academic program is of sufficient quality to meet the standards of
our internship program. Each applicant is then given an Objective Rating by the Training
Director based on quantitative information provided by the applicant in the AAPI.
The application review team is composed of all senior staff and all current interns. Each application is reviewed by 3 people and is given a Subjective Rating on essays and other qualitative information provided in the AAPI. Sports psychology applications are reviewed by The Sports Psychology track supervisor, Dayna Charbonneau, and the Training Director.
A rank list based on review team ratings is compiled. The review team meets to select approximately 8 candidates from the list to invite for interviews.
Invited candidates are contacted and invited for a Zoom interview. Date for this interview
will be 1/12/2024.
Interviews are conducted in a team format, with candidates rotating through meetings with: 1) Training Director and Sports Psychology supervisors; 2) General Questions Team; 3) Clinical Vignette & Ethical Questions Team (which will be comprised of Sports Psychology supervisors and 2 SCC staff); and 4) Current Interns: Staff on the General Questions Team and the Clinical Vignette & Ethical Questions Team complete rating sheets following the interview. The Training Director and Sports Psychology supervisors also gives a rating to each interviewee.
Candidates are invited to contact current interns for further discussion, if desired.
Final Ranking Process
Interview ratings are compiled by the Training Director and a rank-order list of candidates
is created based on staff ratings.
Professional staff meet to review rank-order list, and to make any adjustment to the order of candidates or to delete candidates from consideration. These decisions are typically made by group consensus.
Training Director submits rank-order list to Match Program.
*Updated on 9/1/2023