Interns receive written competency-based performance evaluations at the
middle and end of the internship year. Interns are also given the
opportunity at the end of the year to provide a written evaluation of
their supervisors and of the internship program so that we can enhance
the experience of future interns.
Interns have two hours per week of supervision (group and individual)
with the Training Director. If an intern experiences problems or is
dissatisfied with any aspect of the internship, he/she is encouraged to
speak to the Internship Director. Usually informal grievance procedures
result in a satisfactory resolution of any complaint. If not, the
internship has a formal grievance and due process procedure that is
made available to interns at the beginning of the training year.
For more information on the Princeton House Behavioral Health
Psychology Internship Program policy on intern evaluation, grievances
and management of problematic performance or conduct, please download
the PDF document below.