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Geropsychology:integrated training at the interim level


, : Geropsychology:integrated training at the interim level. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education 25(4): 41-61

The profession of psychology is responding to this culture's rapidly changing problems related to an aging population. A central theme regarding the training of clinical geropsychologists has been that education should be sequentially organized across levels, from undergraduate, to graduate, internship, postdoctoral, and continuing education for current practitioners. This paper addresses issues related to geropsychology training at the internship level. We address the need for such training and consider a generic model that outlines competency areas and activities that should be included in an internship program's geropsychology training component. We discuss further one model for implementing a multi-site, multi-level geropsychology training program, and consider issues the of recruiting, identifying training sites, and coordinating with other disciplines. We then consider future goals and plans.

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PMID: 16048875

DOI: 10.1300/J021v25n04_04


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