The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services Externships

The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services Externships
The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services (JBFCS) Externships are offered to graduate students pursuing doctoral degrees in clinical and school psychology. Students must be enrolled in a APA approved program in clinical psychology.

Eligible students must be in their third or fourth year of graduate study to apply. They are also required to have completed at least one externship before applying for the JBFCS externship. Required coursework that must be completed before applying includes cognitive and projective testing.

In addition, candidates must have prior experience, including testing and preparing written reports. Course work that includes child development, psychopathology, psychodynamic psychotherapy, and family therapy will also fulfill the prior experience requirement. Externs will complete their externships at various agency programs and work two or more days per week.

Do you know the difference between an externship and an internship?

The Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services has 100 years of experience in providing more than 175 social service and mental health programs to residents of New York. The mental health and social service agency was created through joining two of New York's oldest service organizations, the Jewish Board of Guardians and Jewish Family Services.

The location is usually in NEW YORK.

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