LEND Psychology Training Program

Mackenzie Hall at OHSU's Marquam Hill campus.

The Division of Psychology at the Institute on Development and Disability at Oregon Health & Science University, is pleased to offer a training program designed to prepare the next generation of psychologists.

Our training program emphasizes providing coordinated care for youth with complex developmental, medical, and/or behavioral challenges. We value multi- and interdisciplinary care, and as such ensure trainees gain valuable experiences interfacing with medical and allied health professionals. We provide training to developing psychologists at multiple levels of training.

Three programs have been developed to assist with training the next generation of psychologists. Information on each of those programs is listed below:

Doctoral internship program

The flagship of the Division of Psychology's training program is our doctoral internship, which is accredited by the American Psychological Association. The internship program provides training in developmental disabilities and pediatric psychology.

Learn more about the LEND Psychology Doctoral Internship Program

Postdoctoral fellowship program

The Division of Psychology typically sponsors six to eight post-doctoral fellowships each training year.

Learn more about the Psychology Postdoctoral Residency Program

Practicum training program

We also offer training opportunities to graduate students earning doctoral degrees in clinical psychology from local universities.

Learn more about the LEND Psychology Practicum Training Program