Our selection committee is comprised of the faculty psychologists who will be involved in your training. We seek applicants with a sound clinical and scientific knowledge base from their academic programs, strong basic skills in assessment, intervention and research techniques, as well as the personal characteristics necessary to function well in our internship setting. Our selection criteria are based on a “goodness of fit” with our clinical science model, and we look for interns whose training goals match the training that we offer. Applicants with experiences consistent with our training model and clinical health psychology are encouraged to apply.
As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we are committed to ensuring a range of diversity among our interns and select candidates representing different kinds of training programs, geographic area, ages, racial and ethnic backgrounds, sexual and gender orientations, disabilities and life experiences. Consideration is given to applicants who identify themselves as veterans, as members of historically underrepresented groups on the basis of racial or ethnic status, as representing diversity on the basis of sexual orientation or as representing diversity on the basis of disability status. You may indicate these factors on the application.