Who We Are

We’re a small team of people who love what we do and are passionate about helping students and institutions succeed.

The Beginning

Time2Track was founded in 2003 by two Clinical Psychology graduate students who saw a need to eliminate the pain of tracking experiences for the APPIC Application for Psychology Internships (AAPI). The product they built was specifically formatted to track all the data required to apply for internship through APPIC.

The Present

Building on it’s pioneering past, Time2Track continues to expand its role as the leader in managing clinical training. This has taken us well beyond simply “tracking hours” to include online approval systems, management solutions for institutions, and aggregate student reporting.

The Future

Time2Track’s future is just as exciting as we continue to build on our proven platform. Online Evaluations, Training Site Management, and Placement Management are just a few of the new solutions we have in the pipeline. Once again, our innovations will set the new standards for clinical training in the behavioral health sciences.

Who uses Time2Track?

Graduate Students & Interns earning Masters or Doctorate degrees.

- Child Psychology
– Clinical Psychology
– Counseling
– Community Mental Health
– Forensic Psychology
– Industrial / Organizational Psychology
– Marriage & Family Therapy
– Neuropsychology
– Social Work
– School Psychology
– Other areas of behavioral health

Postgraduates & Professionals working toward licensure.

- Clinical Psychologist
– Clinical Social Worker (LCSW, LSCSW)
– Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)
– Mental Health Counselor (LMHC, LPC, LCMHC)
– Professional Counselor (LPC, LPCC)
– School Psychologist

Institutions training individuals in the behavioral health sciences.

- Graduate Programs
– Internship Sites
– Postgraduate Programs
– Training Clinics
– Training Sites

The APPIC Relationship

Learn more about our partnership with APPIC and our commitment to help doctoral students be successful in applying for internship.
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