The Clinical Psychology Internship at Mt. Sinai St. Lukes and Roosevelt Hospitals, urban, teaching hospitals, is designed to provide interns with a year-long intensive, generalist, clinical experience with diverse patients in a wide range of treatment settings. The Internship consists of Child and Adult Tracks -- which share a common integrationist approach. Within this, emphasis is placed on evidence-based intervention, psychotherapeutic process, and attunement to ethnocultural diversity. Applicants apply either to the Adult or Child Track. Both provide similar clinical and didactic education -- while generally offering separate, developmentally-appropriate Rotations. Adult Rotations include inpatient units, various intensive outpatient programs and outpatient clinic, and an adolescent school-based therapeutic milieu, for Adult and Child interns. Child Rotations include a parent-infant program, adolescent school-based therapeutic milieu, neuropsychological assessment and outpatient clinic. Outpatient work is emphasized. Interns have primary responsibility for their patients under supervision. Education and training integrates medical model, psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, and other evidence-based techniques. Seminars and didactic courses are an important part of training. Classes include modules such as psychotherapeutic process, working with patients with character disorders, severe mental illness and/or substance use disorders, child psychopathology, systems theory, family therapy, mindfulness and acceptance interventions, and psychopharmacology. Child interns conduct neuropsychological and comprehensive psychodiagnostic assessment on a regular basis; adult interns conduct comprehensive psychodiagnostic assessment, on a regular basis. The Internship is a valued part of the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Health -- which includes a biobehavioral research, substance abuse treatment services, Child and Adult Psychiatry Residency Programs, and more programs.