Professional Training Programs

Thank you for your interest in our training programs at University Health Services.

I hope the information in the links below provides you a sense of what you might gain by participating in one of our training programs. The doctoral internship program is accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) and our postdoctoral fellowship is a member of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC). 

In addition, we have a nationally recognized two-year Post-MSW Fellowship in Clinical Social Work and a Career Counseling Internship. If you have questions about any of the programs, I encourage you to reach out to me. I can be reached at claytie@berkeley.edu or (510) 642-9336.

Thanks again for visiting our site!

Claytie Davis III, Ph.D, ABPP
Director of Training

Counseling & Psychological Services
University of California, Berkeley

claytiedavis

Holly Landsbaum, LCSW
Post-MSW Fellowship Coordinator
Counseling & Psychological Services

University of California, Berkeley

Christopher McLean, Ph.D.
Career Program Manager
Counseling & Psychological Services

University of California, Berkeley

Professional Training Programs

See the full list of former trainees at the University Health Services, Tang Center. 

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Health Service Psychology

The postdoctoral fellowship program in health service psychology is committed to providing comprehensive training experiences that will facilitate postdoctoral fellows’ development as independent professional psychologists. A primary goal of the program is to assist fellows in strengthening and consolidating their clinical and professional skills and integrating these skills into their professional identities as psychologists. It is expected that fellows will be able to function competently and autonomously by the end of the training year. The fellows will receive advanced clinical training and supervision in brief therapy and crisis intervention in a multidisciplinary, multicultural university counseling service.

More about the Postdoctoral Fellowship in Health Service Psychology > 

Post-MSW Fellowship in Clinical Social Work

We are excited to share with you information about the program. The post-MSW fellowship is a postgraduate training program committed to providing comprehensive clinical experience and professional development opportunities in the field of college mental health. The program aims to meet the needs of pre-licensed postgraduate clinical social workers who have a Master of Social Work and are working to consolidate clinical skills and professional identity while accruing post-graduate hours on the path to licensure. 

More about the Post-MSW Fellowship in Clinical Social Work > 

Doctoral Internship in Health Service Psychology

The doctoral internship program is committed to providing comprehensive training experiences to facilitate interns' professional development and personal growth. A primary goal is to help interns consolidate their clinical and consultation skills, and to integrate these into their professional identities as psychologists. This training experience marks the significant developmental transition of interns from trainees to well-rounded professionals who are able to function competently and autonomously and who will contribute to the field of psychology and to the welfare of clients and society in general.

More about the Doctoral Internship in Health Service Psychology >

Career Counseling Internship

The Career Counseling internship program provides training and experiences with university students seeking career, academic, and personal development, with an emphasis on individual counseling. Career interns participate in the many career-related components of CAPS including one-on-one career counseling, workshops, outreach to the campus community, and the career resources library.

More about the Career Counseling Internship > 

Training Photo Album

Intern/MSW Fellows Fall 2018 Retreat

2018 ABPsi/ACPA reception honoring Dr. Joe White

CAPS intern/fellow group 2017

2017-18 group

CAPS Gift Exchange Photo

CAPS Gift Exchange Photo

2017 Gift Exchange

Each year, postdoctoral fellows complete a social justice project of their choosing. In 2016-17, they chose to volunteer at the Prisoners Literature project. The project is an all-volunteer grassroots group that sends hundreds of free book packages to prisoners in the United States every month.

Baby shower

Former interns and fellows get together for a social/reunion

2015 gift exchange party

Escape Room

2018 escape room adventure

Training Videos

youtube playlist of caps trainee videos