SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Thanks, Romy, for posting that. It'll be very helpful for people next year. Good luck with CAPIC next week! Thanks but I'm pretty sick of this. I called the state licensing board and discovered that I could probably get licensed as a non-psychologist with my MA in Clinical Psychology, with 2 years of full time supervised work, and by passing the test. If I had known that when I finished classes - or if I'd even known who to call to check - I could be licensed now. (Not to mention 30-60k richer, as those jobs pay unlike practica.)(Not that I've attempted to get hours for this licensure, since finding out about the option.) I'm probably applying to 3 programs (one adult oriented APA accredited program that I applied to in Phase I this year, one child/family APPIC member site that I applied to in Phase II last year but wasn't allowed to rank *insert virulent curses against my program's faculty here*, and one child/family APPIC member site near my husband's office that I haven't applied to before). If I get no interviews, that would be great. Clear signal that it is time to move on. If I get 1-3 interviews and the sites are okay, I still don't know if I'd be allowed to rank the 2 APPIC ones. If my program's faculty have a change of heart and allow me to "make my own" internship, that might be workable for me... But overall, I don't think I want to do this anymore. I didn't get into psychology to be anyone's hero, for the glamourous lifestyle, or for the fame and riches but I did think I would, at some point, get some kind of positive recognition of my hard work for the field from someone I'm not related to. Hasn't happened. Haven't been paid for the majority of the services I've provided (most were practica). And even when I was paid and helped kids deal with trauma from sexual abuse, helped parents develop healthy relationships with their kids, or helped kids disclose suicidal ideation and/or hallucinations to their parents, I wasn't even paid half the hourly rate that my computer programming friends get for their freelance work setting up websites for companies, in their pajamas on their couches at home. Not a fan of psychologists right now. *grumble grumble grumble* How many sites are people who didn't match planning to apply to, if you've gotten that far yet?