BAPIC

AACI is a member of the Bay Area Practicum Information Collaborative (BAPIC) for the 2018-2019 Training Year.

Applicants for BAPIC Psychology Practicum must submit:

    1. Cover letter with answers to these three questions:
      • Why are you interested in training at AACI?
      • What experience have you had working with the Asian/Pacific Islander population?
      • Are you fluent in any language(s) other than English? If yes, please specify which language(s) and fluency level in speaking, reading and writing.
    2. Curriculum Vitae (CV)
    3. Letters of recommendation (3)

Application deadline: 2/20/18

BAPIC Match Day: 4/11/18

Practicum Start Date: 8/2/2018

Practicum End Date: 7/26/2019

Please send applications to:

Anthony Miner, Psy.D.
Asian Americans for Community Involvement
Gordon N. Chan Community Services Center
2400 Moorpark Avenue, Suite 300
San Jose, CA 95128
anthony.miner@aaci.org

Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.

For more information on BAPIC, please go to: http://bapic.info/

Hours required for practicum year: 500+ hours
Stipend: None at this time

Supervision

Individual supervision: 1 hours/week
Group supervision: 2 hours/week

Individual supervision will be provided by a licensed psychologist. Group supervision will be provided by a licensed clinical supervisor (Psychologist, MFT or LCSW).

Modalities: Direct observation, audiotape, videotape, case presentations, review of written work

Training

2-3.5 hours/week of didactic trainings and case conferences

Training topics include legal and ethical issues, interviewing and diagnostic skills, risk assessment and reporting, treatment planning and intervention, community linkage, professional development, and psychological assessment.