Psychology

DEPARTMENT





Children and Adolescents

Allied Family Center Boys and Girls Club

(608) 204-9722

 

America's Camp

 

1-800-548-6295

 

Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Dane County

 

Kristin Burki; kburki@bbbsmadison.org or (608) 661-4393

 

Boys and Girls Club of Dane County

 

(608) 257-2606

 

Briar Patch/Youth Services

 

YS- (608) 245-2550 BP- (608) 251-1126

 

Common Threads

 

(608) 838-8999

 

Early Head Start

 

Jill A. Haglund- (608) 267-9625

 

East Madison Community Center

 

(608) 249-0861

 

Edgewood Campus School

 

(608) 663-4100

 

Edgewood High School

 

Mr. Burrows (608) 257-1023

 

Goodman Community Center

 

tanyamk@goodmancenter.org (608) 241-1574 ext 231

 

Healing Horsemanship Program of the Interstate Horse Center

 

(608) 372-1761

 

Lussier Community Education Center

 

Dan Woodard (608) 833-4979 x211

 

Madison School and Community Recreation

 

(608) 255-7356

 

March of Dimes

 

(608) 243-7764

 

Neighborhood Intervention Program

 

Andre Johnson (608) 288-2402

 

The Rainbow Project, Inc.

 

(608) 255-7356, extension 316

 

Vera Court Neighborhood Center—Afterschool Programs

 

(608) 246-8372

 

Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center

 

(608) 257-4576

 

Wisconsin Youth Company

 

1-800-238-1174

Adults

Attic Correctional Services

Kim Adams (608) 255-0307 x313


Canopy Stress Center/Oasis-Parental Stress Center / Families United Network

(608) 729-1130


Community Work Services, Inc.

(608) 233-0115


Dane Co. Corrections

(608) 243-3305


Hancock Center for Movement Arts and Therapies, Inc.

hancockcenter.net (608) 251-0908


Hospitality House

(608) 255-2960


Respect—rare: case-by-case basis

Jan—(608) 283-6435


Tomah VA Hospital

(715) 424-4682


YWCA (Mifflin)

Samantha Rivers (608) 257-1436


YWCA Empowerment Center

ywcamadison.org / (608) 255-3098

Older Adults

Alcohol and Drugs

ARC

(608) 283-6426


Connections Counseling


Hope Haven

(608) 251-8881


Madison Area Rehabilitation Centers (MARC)

Teresa Kennedy-Kamstra (608) 223-9110 x12


McGovern Center

(608) 222-7311 x110


Tellurian, UCAN/ARP

(608) 222-7311

Disability

Community Living Alliance


REM Wisconsin

(608) 276-0102


Special Olympics

Don Wigington (608) 221-2900 Broadfield


St. Mary's Adult Day Health Center

(608) 838-8999


VSA Arts of Wisconsin

Dana Slowiak (608) 241-2131

Abuse

Domestic Abuse Intervention Services

(608) 251-1237

 

Rape Crisis Center

 

(608) 255-3018

 

WIS Coalition Against Sexual Assault

 

(608) 257-1516

Medical

American Cancer Society

Anna Pludeman (262) 523-5516 Broadfield


Epilepsy Foundation of South Central WI

(608) 442-5555


Meriter Hospital

(608) 873-0572


Red Cross

Mari Demoya (608) 227-1250


United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Dane County

(608) 273-4434

Mental Health

Achieving Collaborative Treatment

(608) 497-3230

 

Alzheimer and Dementia Alliance of WI

 

Mary Reines (608) 232-3403

 

Chrysalis, Inc.

 

Julieanne Carbon (608) 256-3102

 

Community Partnerships

 

Karen Bittner/ (608) 250-6634, ext. 126

 

Cornucopia

 

(608) 249-7477

 

Mendota Mental Health Institute

 

(608) 243-2500

 

NAMI Dane County

 

(608) 249-7188

 

Northstar Counseling Services

 

(608) 270-1960

 

Off the Square

 

 

(608) 251-6901

 

Safe Haven

 

Sharon/volcoord@porchlightinc.org (608) 241-9447 ext. 10

 

Steps to Success

 

(608) 252-1320

 

The Family Center

 

 

(608) 663-6154

 

WI Alliance for Infant Mental Health

 

(608) 442-0360

 

Wisconsin Early Autism Project

 

(608) 288-9040

Multicultural/Socioeconomic Outreach

Bayview Foundation, Inc.

(608) 417-7571

 

Catholic Charities

 

 

(608) 256-2267

 

Fair Housing Program—Milwaukee Office Only

 

(414) 278-1240

 

Ho Chunk Wellness Center

 

(608) 204-3043

 

Jewish Social Services of Madison

 

Louise Goldstein (608) 278-1808

 

Operation Fresh Start

 

(608) 244-4721

 

Project Home, Inc.

 

Jan Reek (608) 246-3737/(608) 246-3722

 

Rural Housing, Inc.

 

(608) 238-3448

 

Tenant Resource Center

 

(608) 257-0143—Broadfield

 

United Refugee Services Of Wisconsin

 

(414) 220-6826

 

United Way

 

volunteeryourtime.org / x211 /(608) 246-4350

 

Urban League of Greater Madison, Inc.

 

(608) 729-1200

 

Wisconsin Psychological Association

 

(608) 251-1450

PSYCHOLOGY INTERNSHIP PSY 495 PSY (1.00 credits)
Active experiences involving psychology as a science or in psychology as a means to improving human welfare. Students who wish to complete multiple internships beyond the 2 credits required for graudation can complete multiple internships through this course but a maximum of six internship credits can be counted toward the psychology major. Students will contact the Psychology Department internship director and the nature and extent of the internship experience will determine the number of credits. Internships will be available in settings offering psychological services. Prerequisites: consent of instructor.
GEL INTERNSHIP: RESEARCH PSY 495B PSY (1.00 - 6.00 credits)
Experiences involving psychology as a science or in psychology as a means to improving human welfare. Each psychology major is required to complete a minimum of one internship credit for graduation. A student may complete multiple internships but a maximum of six internship credits can be counted toward the psychology major. Students will contract with the Psychology Department internship director for internships. Students will work with individual faculty members on empirical research. Cross-listed: None. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
GEL INTERNSHIP: HUMAN SERVICES PSY 495C PSY (4.00 - 6.00 credits)
Students work in an agency under the supervision of a licensed social worker. This internship is taken by in the Human Services Concentration and is administered by the Social Science Department. Cross-listed: HS 400. Offered: No Information Provided. Prerequisite: HS 300, HS 302 and consent of instructor.
GEL INTERNSHIP: INDUSTRIAL ORG PSY 495D PSY (1.00 - 6.00 credits)
Students will be active in experiences involving psychology as a science or in psychology as a means to improving human welfare. Each psychology major is required to complete a minimum of one internship credit for graduation. A student can complete multiple internships but a maximum of six internship credits can be counted toward the psychology major. Students will contract with individual faculty members for internships and the nature and extent of the contracted experience will determine the number of credits. Internships will be available in the following areas: Students will work in an organizational setting doing human resources and other work appropriate to I/O psychology. (Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor)
GEL INTERNSHIP: BROADFIELD PSYCH PSY 495E PSY (1.00 - 6.00 credits)
Experiences involving psychology as a science or in psychology as a means to improving human welfare. Each psychology major is required to complete a minimum of one internship credit for graduation. A student may do multiple internships but a maximum of six internship credits can be counted toward the psychology major. Students will contract the Psychology Department internship director for internships. Cross-listed: None. Offered: F/S Prerequisite: Junior or above standing.
GEL INTERNSHIP: DIVERSITY PSY 495F PSY (1.00 credits)
Students will do research on human services work with diversity issues and/or with diverse populations. Prerequisite: PSY 101F4.