As described on our website, www.med.unc.edu/psych/education/psychology-internship, the UNC School of Medicine Clinical Psychology Internship offers depth of training in a specialty area or track, as well as the opportunity for training experiences in other areas within the internship program. The training year is composed of two 6-month rotations. During each rotation, an intern will spend about 50% time in the specialty area and the remaining time in elective clinical rotations, didactics, and, if interested, research. Our intern positions include Behavioral Medicine, Clinical Child-Community, Autism (TEACCH), Developmental Disabilities (CIDD), Eating Disorders, Reproductive Psychology, Affective Neuroscience, Addiction Medicine (2 positions), and Primary Care (2 positions). Please see Website for updates.
Placements sites include multiple clinical programs within the UNC hospitals and outpatient clinics, as well as other community, state, and federal programs in the Triangle region, serving a diverse population with a high proportion of historically underserved individuals and families. Please see our website for details about the various tracks as well as our training opportunities.