Education and Training
Portage Path hosts and participates in a
variety of programs to further the
advancement of clinical professionals.
Portage Path Student Training Program
The Portage Path Student Training Program, under the direction of Phil Scozarro, Ph.D., provides a great opportunity for students from many training disciplines to receive real-world treatment experience that complements their academic program. While at Portage Path, students are assigned a clinical supervisor and provide therapy, group counseling, and clinical assessments to a diverse group of clients. Opportunities include the Portage Path Psychology Practicum Program for psychology students, as well as Internships for students of counseling, social work, and nursing. Former students have used their great experiences here to launch professional careers in the mental health field and to receive prime fellowships.
To inquire about educational opportunities, contact Dr. Phil Scozzaro at 330-253-3100, extension 1130, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Integrated Community Psychiatry Nurse Practitioner Fellowship
The one-year Integrated Community Psychiatry Nurse Practitioner Fellowship begins September 1st of each year.
This planned and comprehensive training program includes practice-based learning, didactics, and other supplemental activities in an integrated community mental health environment. Applications are accepted for the fellowship between Jan 15 and April 15 of each year, with Fellowships commencing September first.
For more information, please visit the fellowship page at: Integrated Community Psychiatry Nurse Practitioner Fellowship or contact ICPNPF Program Director James Tudhope, DNP, PMHNP-BC at email@example.com.