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Psychology Internship Program

Psychology Internship

Guiding interns through successful training experiences

Psychology Internship Program

The Psychology Internship program at Indiana University School of Medicine offers a variety of training experiences. With access to patients at wide array of IU Health facilities and guidance from expert psychologists serving faculty appointments, this IU School of Medicine program is an engaging experience that trains interns in health service psychology to make use of current research and implement evidence-based practice in a variety of clinical settings.

Consistent with the tripartite mission of IU School of Medicine, the Psychology Internship program values service, education and research. The program seeks applicants who have strong clinical training as well as experience in conducting and utilizing research. In this program, interns have extensive opportunities to apply knowledge gained through research in assessment and intervention situations. Interns who complete the program are prepared to conduct research informed by experience in real-world clinical settings.

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Details about the Psychology Internship program, including requirements for program completion and policies, are available in the program brochure.

Brochure

Internship Admissions, Support and Initial Placement Data

For up-to-date, standardized information regarding program admissions expectations, program support provided to interns, and initial post-training placements please review the Internship Admissions, Support and Initial Placement Data tables.

Internship Information Tables

Program Structure

A 12-month long program, the internship year will offer 10 positions for the 2022-2023 training year: one in the Autism track, three in Child/Pediatric Psychology, one in  Child/Autism, two in Adult Health Psychology, one in Integrated Care, one in Addictions and one in Pediatric Neuropsychology.

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Frequently asked questions

Admission Requirements

Applications are accepted from graduate students enrolled in APA-accredited doctoral programs in clinical psychology. Successful applicants will have completed at least three years of graduate training that has included formal educational and clinical experiences with assessment and intervention as well as training and experience with research.

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Tracks

  • Autism
    This track has one available position and includes two core rotations in autism.
  • Child/Pediatric Psychology
    This track has three positions, consisting of two of the following core rotations:  child outpatient, pediatric consultation-liaison, and pediatric outpatient
  • Adult Health
    This track has two positions, which consist of two core rotations in adult health psychology.
  • Integrated Care
    This track has one position and consists of two core rotations in integrated care/CHOICE.
  • Pediatric Neuropsychology
    This track has one available position and includes two core rotations in Pediatric Neuropsychology.
  • Child/Autism

    This track has one available position and the core rotations will include 1-1/2 days per week in autism and 1 day per week in child outpatient experiences.

  • Addictions

    This track has one available position and both core rotations will be in adolescent and adult addictions.

Accreditation

The Clinical Psychology Internship program at IU School of Medicine is accredited by the American Psychological Association.

For questions regarding the program’s accreditation status please contact:

American Psychological Association
Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation
750 First Street, NE
Washington DC 20002-4242
202-336-5979
202-336-6123 (TDD/TTY)
202-336-5978 (fax)
https://accreditation.apa.org/about
apaaccred@apa.org

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