Knowledge for Interns
Each year, 75 – 80 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students from across the country complete clinical internships at Washburn.
The following resources help child psychology students as they learn the evidence-based practices of children’s mental health. The resources discuss child trauma and treatment as well as therapeutic approaches which have been incorporated into Washburn’s clinical programs.
Therapy Techniques Developed at Washburn
The Developmental Repair Model by Dr. Anne Gearity, developed in Washburn’s Day Treatment program, explores an intensive treatment model for working with young children who have experienced complex trauma and also have aggressive, disruptive symptoms.
Bonding and Attachment in Maltreated Children – Dr. Bruce Perry
Complex Trauma in Children and Adolescents – National Child Traumatic Stress Network
Impact on Education
Children’s Mental Health Fact Sheets for the Classroom – Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health
Learn more about Washburn’s internship program.