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Students who graduate from the CCP program typically work as researchers or practitioners in a variety of psychological and educational settings. 

The CCP program includes supervised practicum components in a various settings to develop a range of clinical skills. 

  1. MA Practicum Course (500 hours)
  2. PhD Practicum Placement (600 hours)
  3. PhD Supervision (students develop supervision skills)
  4. PhD Internship (1600 hours)

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CCP Practica & Internship Resource Page (Current Students)


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Students who graduate from the SCCP program typically work as:

  • school psychologists in publically funded school systems 
  • clinical psychologists in hospital settings, community/children’s mental health centres, or private practice
  • clinical researchers or faculty in academic settings 

In order to be effective in clinical work, students must learn to integrate theoretical knowledge with applied experience. The SCCP Clinical Program is designed to provide students with opportunities to develop their applied clinical skills. The program has four main components:

  1. Practicum Courses
  2. MA Practicum Placement
  3. PhD Practicum Placement
  4. PhD Internship

Thinking of Applying?


SCCP Practica & Internships Resource Page (Current Students)




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The Toronto Area Residency Consortium (TARC) is a pre-doctoral clinical psychology internship training program hosted by OISE at the University of Toronto, comprised of two tracks:

  1. Child Track (5 positions): School & Clinical Psychology

  2. Adult Track (2 positions): One position in Clinical-Counselling Psychology and one position in Health/Neuropsychology.


The training program takes place over a 12-month, 1,600 hour internship. The stipend is $32,000.