Here at DRI, we realize that there are many different ways to pursue professional development. Our commitment to training includes a continuum of opportunities that you may find helpful:
Whether you are seeking career advice, interested in the field of consulting psychology, or want to learn more about what we have to offer, DRI would love to connect with you.Those interested in an informational interview should contact Dr. John Fennig
Are you interested in consulting psychology, but still not entirely sure if it is the right career fit for you? Shadowing a consultant at DRIC offers opportunities for on-the-job learning and career development, allowing you to gain a better understanding of the roles and responsibilities associated with this profession.
Perhaps you are relatively new the field of consulting psychology and would simply like to build a professional relationship with an experienced consultant from the industry – if so, DRIC can offer guidance to emerging consultants to assist them in developing the skillset necessary to be successful in this field.
Supervision is a crucial piece of your professional development as an emerging consulting psychologist. Whether you’ve never received supervision before or you already have and would like a bit extra, you can purchase supervision from DRIC. An experienced consulting psychologist will provide supervision by reviewing and discussing your work – let us assist you in your development into a successful practitioner!
If you already have experience in consulting psychology and would like to gain even more, working with DRIC on a project-by-project basis may be a good fit for you. Contact DRIC to see if your skills, experience, and availability match up with our current project load.
DRI Consulting, based in North Oaks, Minnesota, and Kingston, Jamaica, offers highly customized/personalized undergraduate, pre-master's and post-masters, pre-doctoral and post-doctoral traineeships in organization, individual, and consulting psychology. We are committed to training the scientist-practitioner who uses data-based decisions in professional practice with individuals and organizations.The internship will assist your professional development and competence in providing consulting services in the following areas:
The work of a consulting psychologist is very rewarding and quite challenging. It allows you to use and hone your counseling, clinical, and social psychological skills to meet the needs of leaders, teams, and organizations. It is based on the positive psychology of development as applied to work and non-work situations faced by individuals, groups, organizations, and entire communities.