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Office of Mental Health

Hutchings Psychiatric Center Internship in Clinical Psychology

The Psychology Internship is a one-year (September through August) program that provides advanced training in the core skills of clinical psychology. Our interns work within a comprehensive system of mental health services and settings.

Successful applicants match with a position corresponding to a major area of interest:

  • Adult,
  • Child,
  • Civil Hospital Forensic Sex Offender Treatment, or
  • Prison-based Sex Offender Treatment

The internship consists of two or more basic rotations, one of which is the pre-committed rotation (two days/week for the full training year). Interns also select one additional year-long or two six-month rotations from a wide range of patient populations and treatment settings. Our series of weekly seminars complements the rotation experiences. Available rotation/training sites:

  • two adult inpatient units,
  • two adult outpatient clinics,
  • one child/adolescent inpatient unit,
  • one child/adolescent outpatient clinic,
  • civil commitment and prison-based sex offender treatment programs.

For more information about the Internship Program, see the attached brochure, e-mail Brian Thomson or call the HPC Psychology Department at (315) 462-6834.

Internship Admissions, Support and Initial Placement Data is available and updated annually.