Clinical Child and Pediatric Psychology

The Clinical Child and Pediatric Psychology area has 2 SEPARATE INTERNSHIP TRACKS:

(1) Clinical Child & Pediatric Psychology Track

(2) Pediatric Psychology Intensive Track

Please see below for more information on each of these tracks.

Supervising Faculty:   Erika Cascio, PsyD, Kimberly Driscoll, PhD, David Fedele, PhD, ABPP, Jennifer, Fisher, PhD, ABPP, Shelley Heaton, PhD, Joy Gabrielli, PhD, David Janicke, PhD, ABPP, Alana Rawlinson, PhD, Sarah Westen, PhD, & Brenda Wiens, PhD

Didactic Opportunities. Across both tracks, interns participate in weekly didactics including the Child Area Pediatric Psychology Seminar attended by child area graduate students, interns and post-doctoral fellows, and faculty. Other didactics are available across the UF Health Science Center, such as the monthly Department of Pediatrics Grand Rounds. More information can be found about didactic opportunities here.

Research Opportunities. Active participation in research is strongly encouraged. Interns have 4 hours protected time for research per week. The area matches interns with faculty at the beginning of the training year. Interns have opportunities to engage in a variety of research activities that fit with the intern’s interest and professional development goals. For more information on our ongoing research in this area please go to our research website.

 *For Specific Descriptions of the rotations and experiences available on each track, plus follow the Rotations & Faculty tab.