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Psychology Internships

Below is a list of some of the internships and other activities in which students majoring in either Psychology or Behavioral Science have taken part.

Summer Programs:

  • University of Notre Dame, Pew-Younger Summer Seminar Program
  • University of Chicago, Sonya Shankman School, Summer Fellowship
  • Camp Royall, N.C. summer camp program with autistic children
  • Anderson Mental Health Center, summer assistant in youth program
  • National Aeronautics & Space Administration, Summer Research Program.
  • Clemson University and Western Kentucky University funded by The National Science Foundation.

Academic Year Sites/Activities:

  • S.C. Community Mental Health Centers (e.g., Beckman Center, A.- O.- P. MHC, Greenville MHC, Charleston/Dorchester MHC, Catawba MHC); various client population.
  • S.C. Dept. of Mental Health, Columbia; mental health administration internship
  • Harris Psychiatric Hospital, Anderson; internships with children and adult patients
  • Highlands Program, Atlanta; career development counseling internship
  • Anderson Youth Association, Anderson; internship with children & adolescents
  • John de la Howe School, McCormick; internship with children & adolescents
  • Charles Aiken Academy, Greenville; internship with children & adolescents
  • Campbell Veterans Nursing Home, Anderson; internship with elderly
  • York School District, York; Socastee Middle School, Myrtle Beach; school psychology internships
  • Abbeville Co. Commission on Alcohol & Drug Abuse, Abbeville; school program
  • Family Services Center, Columbia; community mental health internship

Faculty

Cynthia Midcalf

Assistant Professor of Psychology
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Dr. Briana VanScoy, Assistant Professor Of Psychology

Briana Van Scoy

Assistant Professor of Psychology
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