Internships Help Pave Way for Clinicians and Researchers


May Institute is pleased to welcome our 2014-2015 doctoral intern class!

Our incoming interns are Tiffany Born, Traci Taber, Greg Schutte, Whitney Wood, Kira Branch, Camila Godoy-Delgado, Lauren Carbonell, and Matthew Roth. They come to us from clinical and school psychology programs throughout the country including Syracuse University, University of Southern Mississippi, and La Salle University. We are delighted they are here and look forward to the contributions they will make to our programs.

Interns will work within several of the organization's locations including the May Center for Evaluation and Treatment (Randolph, Mass.), the May Center School for Autism and Developmental Disabilities (Randolph, Mass.), and the Fernandes Center for Children and Families (Fall River, Mass.).

We say goodbye to a few interns from our 2013-2014 class (see photo above): Aaron Fischer, Laura Turner, and Jennifer Ho. We congratulate and wish them the very best of luck in their new roles at the University of Utah, University of Saint Joseph, and Westchester Institute for Human Development, respectively.

We are fortunate that Alex Queen will stay on as a post-doctoral fellow for 2014-2015 working at the May Center for Evaluation and Treatment and the May Counseling Center, and that Akhila Sravish will remain with us until October. Thank you both!

May Institute’s doctoral internships and postdoctoral fellowships allow individuals with advanced professional education to obtain clinical and research experience in service delivery. Our doctoral internship in clinical psychology is fully accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA), APA Commission on Accreditation (CoA); 750 First Street, NE; Washington, DC 20002-4242; (202) 336-5979.