Curriculum Internship in Clinical Psychology with emphasis on the CEFI Systemic Approach has been in existence since 1996. This space provides undergraduate Psychology students with the opportunity to deepen their knowledge and develop their clinical skills through individual and family care.
The internship duration is one year. Theoretical support takes place through different weekly seminars for each semester. Clinical care takes place both under direct supervision through a unidirectional mirror; as indirect, where each case is supervised at a later time.
Selections occur every six months in April and October. Details are posted directly with partner HEIs and CEFI's social networks. Supervisor: Psic. Ms. Daniel Bratta Mazzali –CRP 07/21353 - http://lattes.cnpq.br/6175412457349277
Graduate psychologist from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (2012) and master in Clinical Psychology from the same university where he approached the intersections of digitality with clinical practice. He is a Specialist in Systemic Therapy in the modalities Psychologist graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (2012) and master in Clinical Psychology from the same university in which he approached the intersections of digitality with clinical practice. She is a Specialist in Systemic Therapy in Individual, Couple and Family modalities at the Center for Family and Individual Studies and has a background in Contextual Behavior Therapies in partnership with the Integral Center for Contextual Psychotherapies (Córdoba - Argentina). Has experience as a triagist and in individual adult clinical care, couples and families. She is currently coordinating the Systemic Therapy nucleus and is a supervisor and teacher of the Clinical Curricular Internship and in the specialization course in Systemic Therapy at CEFI, as well as a clinical psychologist in a private practice. Monitor: Psic. Maira Pogorelsky - http://lattes.cnpq.br/8078642811124765
The CEFI Mourning Emphasis Clinical Psychology Curriculum Internship is an opportunity for psychology students who are attending from the 7th semester to deepen their knowledge and develop their clinical skills with individual, couple or family care. people who are in the process of mourning. The clinical approach includes attention to historical and psychosocial aspects, the formation and breaking of bonds, and the assessment of normal or complicated grief, as well as the necessary interventions in these situations.
THEORETICAL REFERENCE: Systemic
NUMBER OF VACATIONS: 02 vacancies TRAINING TIME: 16 Weekly Hours
SUPERVISION: Psic. Denise Capua Corrêa CRP 07/6338 and Psic. Renata Kroeff CRP 07/21175
TRAINING PERIOD: July 2019 to July 2020 (February holidays)
LOCAL REGISTRATIONS from 29 March to 17 April (8h - 20h) DATE OF SELECTION:
First Stage: April 23rd - Time: from 09h to 10h30min
Second Stage: April 30th - Time: from 09h to 10h30min
DOCUMENTATION TO BE SUBMITTED:
Curriculum with 3x4 photo, transcript, autobiography, letter of intent and proof of enrollment (from 7th semester on 2019/2).
Requirements: Like to work as a team and have hours available on Mondays from 11:30 am to 6:20 pm, Wednesdays from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm and Thursdays from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm.
Activities: Individual care, couples and families in co-therapy, mirror room staff , theoretical seminars, case supervision, team meetings and research group.