Graduate Training/Practicum Program

Rush NeuroBehavioral Center is committed to providing a comprehensive and supportive training experience for doctoral level students across the Chicagoland area. Practicum students at RNBC are provided with a steady caseload of patients, live supervision, dedicated individual and group supervision, and weekly didactics tailored to each practicum cohort across areas of neuropsychology and therapy practice. Patients served include children ages 2 through young adulthood with a wide variety of developmental, psychological, and medical needs. Currently we offer practicum experiences in the following areas:

  • Assessment Practicum (Diagnostic and Advanced)
  • Therapy Practicum

Diagnostic/Advanced Assessment Practicum: For more information, please contact our training director, Ashley Lambert at ashley_lambert@rush.edu. Please note that the assessment practicum program does not follow the ACEPT guidelines, and applications are accepted on a rolling basis until all positions are filled. We are now accepting applications for the 2022–2023 training year. Please Click Here to apply. Applications must be submitted using our application portal and include 1) A Cover Letter, 2) A Curriculum Vitae (CV), 3) Unofficial Transcript, and 4) Three (3) Letters of Recommendation. Items 1–3 can only be submitted in the portal. Recommendation letter writers will have the option to email their letters directly to Dr. Lambert or send them to students for upload. Interviews are offered on a rolling basis until such time as all positions have been filled.

Therapy Practicum: For more information please contact our therapy practicum coordinator, Dr. Dominika Winiarski, at Dominika_A_Winiarski@rush.edu. Please note that the therapy practicum program does not follow the ACEPT application guidelines and applications are accepted on a rolling basis until all positions are filled. In order to be considered for this position you must currently hold or will hold a Masters degree by the start of the training year. We are now accepting applications for the 2022–2023 training year. Please Click Here to apply. Applications must be submitted using our application portal and include 1) A Cover Letter, 2) A Curriculum Vitae (CV), 3) Unofficial Transcript, 4) Three (3) Letters of Recommendation. Items 1–3 can only be submitted in the portal. Recommendation letter writers will have the option to email their letters directly to Dr. Winiarski or send them to students for upload.  Interview offers will be made in January.

RNBC Therapy Practicum Flyer_2022-2023