The Pediatric Behavioral Health program is a key aspect of a well-established nationally accredited training program for pre and post-doctoral students in clinical psychology. Through models of co-therapy and direct supervision by a licensed psychologist, pre- and post-doctoral students assist in providing services within the Pediatric Behavioral Health program.
Three programs have been developed to assist with training the next generation of psychologists. Information on each of those programs is listed below:
- Predoctoral Internship Program: The flagship of the Division of Psychology's training program is our predoctoral internship, which is accredited by the American Psychological Association. The internship program provides training in developmental disabilities and pediatric psychology.
- Postdoctoral Fellowship Program: The Division of Psychology typically sponsors one to two post-doctoral fellowships each training year.
- Practicum Training Program: We also offer training opportunities to graduate students earning doctoral degrees in clinical psychology from local universities.