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LIST OF COMMUNITY AGENCIES FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS’ FIELD EXPERIENCES

Are you looking to gain experience to enrich your academic training in psychology?  If so, the Northeast Counties Association of Psychologists (NCAP) has compiled a list of agencies through which you can secure this experience.  The community agencies listed herein welcome college level psychology majors to do field work at their facilities and provide assistance to the individuals they serve.  NCAP encourages students to work in the community to enrich their academic training in psychology.  These agencies have given their permission to be included here.

1. Adler Aphasia Center

The Adler Aphasia Center is committed to provide help for those living with aphasia and their caregivers and to expand awareness and knowledge of aphasia.  Our mission is expressed through the delivery of many services. As one of only a few aphasia-friendly communities in the world:

  • We provide a therapeutic environment of innovative programs that give people ways to live successfully with aphasia.
  • We create opportunities for social connection for anyone who wishes to join us.
  • We train health care professionals to improve service delivery to people with aphasia.
  • We conduct influential research through and partner with aphasia researchers across the country.
  • We strive to make aphasia universally understood.

2. The Opportunity Center

The Opportunity Center is a year round day program for adults with developmental disabilities, a non-sectarian, private, not-for-profit organization. Since 1965 our mission has been to provide a limited number of clients with a superior, life-enhancing program. Our program currently serves approximately 25 clients who represent a broad range of mental and physical disabilities including autism, Down Syndrome and Cerebral Palsy

(Please click on this link to view contact information for participating programs)

Additional facilities expected to be added in the near future

 

Disclaimer

“Neither the Northeast Counties Association of Psychologists (NCAP) nor New Jersey Psychological Association (NJPA) assume any liability for the services, acts or omissions of any practitioners, agencies or facilities, nor have they made any representations or warranties concerning any practitioners, agencies or facilities introduced or referred as a resource through this program.  This is strictly a list of online resources, and practitioners, agencies or facilities listed through this program have not been credentialed or otherwise evaluated by either NCAP or NJPA.”