Skip links


APF has partnered with Cognitive & Behavioral Consultants, LLP (CBC) to offer this unique internship experience to students interested in psychology. CBC is a clinical and training center comprised of internationally recognized mental health professionals. CBC provides the highest quality of clinical and wellness services, training and consultation, and research. CBC is headquartered in White Plains, New York with satellite locations in Manhattan. The ideal APF intern is a motivated undergraduate student who would like to learn about the field of clinical psychology. The summer internship lasts 10-weeks.

College and High School Psychology Internship Program

Internship Details

  • 10-week internship beginning June 6, 2022 through July 29, 2022
  • 10 hours over two days per week
  • Internship will take place both in-person and virtually
  • Option to continue internship assignment through August
  • Compensation: $1500 stipend; reimbursement for travel/food expenses available

Duties and opportunities may include

  • Attending and observing clinical and administrative team meetings
  • Attending seminars
  • Reading articles and chapters pertaining to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
  • Attending CBT and DBT workshops hosted by CBC
  • Assisting with databases, chart management and quality improvement
  • Assisting program Directors with research, consultative or other clinically-focused projects
  • Assisting with group or individual exposure therapy

Candidate Requirements

  • Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in psychology or a related mental health field
  • Good academic standing
  • Coursework in psychology and research methods or statistics preferred
  • Applicants must be from a historically underrepresented group


To inquire about internship opportunities with APF contact us at

Donate Now

It’s our responsibility to act now and embark on building a scalable network of mental health professionals and educators who will bring evidence-based therapies to underserved communities