A 12-month long program, the Psychology Internship at Indiana University School of Medicine begins on the first working day of July and continues through the last working day of the following June. The training year is structured into two, 6-month core rotations (two-and-a-half days per week), which are determined by track.
To ensure breadth of training, interns are expected to complete at least one core or elective rotation in a traditional psychology clinic setting as well as one core or elective in a behavioral medicine setting. Psychology interns are also required to complete at least one core or elective rotation with an adult population and at least one core or elective rotation with a child-adolescent population. Interns must also complete two days of elective rotations per week during each of the six month rotations. Specific elective rotations are selected via post-match discussion between each intern and the training director based on the intern’s interests and training goals. Note: due to the uncertain course and duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, clinical experiences for the 2023-2024 training year may include a fluctuating mix of in-person and remote/virtual training experiences.