HPC's Psychology Internship is designed to provide advanced training in the core skills of clinical psychology as they are applied in a comprehensive system of mental health services including community-based, civil commitment, and corrections settings. HPC has originated a series of internship experiences based upon broad areas of interest. For 2022-23, we anticipate funding for six internship positions. Upon arriving for the program in the Fall, each intern will have matched to a track in which she/has a major area of interest, either (1) HPC Adult, (2) HPC Child, 3) Civil Confinement Sex Offender Treatment or (4) Prison-Based Sex Offender Treatment. Interns spend the first two weeks of the training year meeting the faculty and visiting the rotation sites. The internship consists of two or more basic rotations, one of which is the precommitted rotation (2 days/wk for the full training year). Interns also select one additional year-long (or, possibly, two six-month rotations) from a wide range of patient populations and treatment settings based on our core training objectives and each intern's career plans and professional goals. Available rotation/training sites include two 50 bed adult inpatient units, 2 different adult outpatient clinics, a child/adolescent inpatient unit, a child/adolescent outpatient clinic, a child/adolescent residential treatment program, a sex offender treatment program for civilly committed individuals, and a prison-based sex offender treatment program. Our series of weekly seminars complements the rotation experiences. Treatment seminars are offered for individual therapy (case conference), group and family therapy as well as specific evidence-based treatments (e.g., DBT, ACT, CPT, CBT for psychosis, and sex-offender specific treatment) and contemporary psychoanalytic therapy. In addition, a year-long psychological assessment seminar is offered. Other seminars address a variety professional issues such as program evaluation, ethical and multicultural considerations, and the process of becoming a therapist.