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Internship & Training Programs

Doctoral Internship Programs

The College of Psychology sponsors the South Florida Consortium Internship Program (SFCIP). The SFCIP provides training to psychology doctoral students who in turn provide psychological services to a vast array of clinically and culturally diverse populations within local community settings. The SFCIP is accredited by the American Psychological Association.

Internship Admissions, Support, and Initial Placement Data

The Psychology Services Center Internship Program offers doctoral candidates in psychology from any APA accredited doctoral program the opportunity to develop proficiency in psychological assessment and psychotherapeutic interventions, and to acquire basic competence in the provision of supervision and consultation. The PSC Internship Program is accredited by the American Psychological Association.

Internship Admissions, Support, and Initial Placement Data

Questions related to the accredited status of either program should be directed to the Commission on Accreditation:

Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation
American Psychological Association
750 1st Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002
Phone: 202-336-5979 / E-mail: apaaccred@apa.org
Web: www.apa.org/ed/accreditation

Psychology Postdoctoral Residency

Established in 2004, Nova Southeastern University’s (NSU) Psychology Postdoctoral Residency Program offers a comprehensive professional training experience involving a variety of multidisciplinary activities including evidenced-based clinical intervention, research, teaching, supervision, program evaluation, and administration. The Psychology Postdoctoral Residency Program follows a scientist-practitioner model of training and focuses on cultivating residents’ knowledge, skills, and overall professional identity. The program offers a variety of concentrations dedicated to general clinical practice, as well as specialized areas of interest including Autism, School Psychology, and Crisis Prevention.

Application materials should be emailed directly to:

Peter Caproni, Ph.D.
Director of Training, Psychology Postdoctoral Residency Program
pc491@nova.edu

NSU’s Psychology Postdoctoral Residency Program is a member of the American Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC).

Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers
10 G. Street, N.E., Suite 750
Washington, DC 20002
www.appic.org 

Stefany Marcus, Psy.D.

The Office of Suicide and Violence Prevention (SVP)
School-Related Psychological Assessment and Clinical Interventions (SPACI)
sm2509@nova.edu
(954) 262-5789

Stefany MarcusStefany Marcus, Psy.D., is the current postdoctoral resident working with the Office of Suicide and Violence Prevention (SVP) and the School-Related Psychological Assessments and Clinical Interventions (SPACI) clinic at Nova Southeastern University (NSU). She received her Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Psychology from the University of Central Florida (UCF). She then earned her Doctorate of Psychology (Psy.D.) in Clinical Psychology from NSU and completed her pre-doctoral internship rotation within the South Florida Consortium Internship Program (SFCIP) at The Renfrew Center for Eating Disorders in Coconut Creek, Florida.

Dr. Marcus has experience with a wide array of settings, including outpatient clinics, community mental health, and inpatient care, as well as with patients who range from elementary school aged children to older adults. Dr. Marcus’s clinical work places an emphasis on promoting mental health wellness and providing evidenced-based therapeutic approaches tailored to the individual needs of each client. In addition to individual and group-based interventions, her professional interests lie in the areas of teaching, supervision, and psychoeducation. Dr. Marcus has provided lectures and seminars on numerous topics including suicide assessment, prevention, and postvention, conceptualization and treatment of eating disorders, interviewing skills in therapy, case conceptualization, and intelligence testing, and she continues to be involved with curriculum development and instruction for classes at NSU. She is proud to be a part of the NSU community.

Michelle Kameron, Psy.D.

Nova University School (USchool)
School-Related Psychological Assessment and Clinical Interventions (SPACI)
mk1054@nova.edu 
(561) 926-3953

Michelle KameronDr. Michelle Kameron received her Bachelors of Science in Psychology at University of Central Florida in May of 2012. She recently graduated with her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Nova Southeastern University in August of 2018. Throughout her clinical training, Dr. Kameron has assessed and treated a wide range of disorders including, but not limited to anxiety and mood disorders, personality disorders, neurological disorders, and eating disorders. Dr. Kameron completed her Pre-Doctoral internship at the Renfrew Center of Coconut Creek. She utilized Renfrew’s empirically-based treatment the Unified Treatment Model (UT) to treat eating disorders at Renfrew Center’s residential treatment facility. Currently, she is in the process of completing her Post-Doctoral Residency at Nova Southeastern University, where she is providing individual and group counseling services to students at Nova’s University School, as well as conducting risk assessments as needed. In addition, Dr. Kameron is providing school-based psychological assessment at the School-Related Assessment and Clinical Intervention (SPACI) clinic within NSU’s Psychological Services Center.

Morgan Levy, Ph.D.

Adult Services Program
Ml1674@nova.edu 
(954) 262-5738

Morgan LevyMorgan Levy, Ph.D., is the current psychology postdoctoral resident working in the Adult Services Program at the NSU Psychology Services Center. She received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from NSU in 2018 upon completion of her dissertation. Her dissertation focused on the development and implementation of a mindfulness-based intervention for older adults. Dr. Levy completed her predoctoral internship at the NSU PSC in which she worked with children, adolescents, adults, and families with thought and mood disorders. In addition, she provided court-ordered reunification therapy and conducted court-ordered psychoeducational assessments. Dr. Levy specializes in psychodynamic psychotherapy, mindfulness-based interventions, and group psychotherapy.

Kelli Dari, Psy.D.

Development Assessment Clinic
kd978@nova.edu
(845) 709-7157

Kelli DariKelli Dari, Psy. D. is a Post-Doctoral Psychology Resident at The Mailman Segal Center for Human Development for the 2018-2019 academic year. Kelli earned her doctoral degree in School Psychology from Nova Southeastern University where she completed clinical training in public and private schools and non-profit clinics. Dr. Dari completed her pre-doctoral internship at Palm Beach School District where she specialized in the assessment of learning disabilities; autism spectrum disorder; developmental delays; personality disorders; social, emotional, and behavioral disorders; and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Currently, Dr. Dari specializes in assessment and intervention for children with autism spectrum disorder and developmental delays. Dr. Dari also has extensive clinical training in the areas of school consultation and the Response to Intervention process(RtI), school crisis intervention, and suicide and risk assessment.

Christina N. Davis, Psy.D.

Unicorn Children’s Foundation Clinic
cd1159@nova.edu
(813) 508-6528

Christina DavisChristina N. Davis, Psy.D. is a Psychology Postdoctoral Resident at the Mailman Segal Center’s Unicorn Children’s Foundation Clinic. Dr. Davis specializes in providing evidence-based behavioral assessment, intervention, and caregiver training to families of children with behavioral difficulties, particularly those presenting with pediatric feeding disorders and challenging behaviors. Dr. Davis earned her Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) in Clinical Psychology from Nova Southeastern University and completed her pre-doctoral internship through the South Florida Consortium at The Center for Treatment of Anxiety and Mood Disorders.

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