Antioch’s PsyD Program to Double Funded Integrated Primary Care Fellowships for 2017-2018

PsyD faculty member Dr. Sandy Blount was awarded a 3-year grant from the federal Health Research and Services Administration last Spring, to establish clinical training collaborations with primary care practices across northern New England.  In 2016-17, the first year of the program, five PsyD students were placed in fellowships offering $25,000 stipends.  The program is enjoying fabulous success in its first year, and AUNE is on track to place 11 students in these stipended positions for 2017-18.

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