The Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center serves the federally designated, medically underserved communities on the Waianae coast and surrounding communities in the Leeward and Central regions of Oahu. At the WCCHC campus, integrative medicine is practiced to include primary care, pediatrics, obstetrics, chronic pain management, dentistry, preventative health, a free standing 24-hour emergency department, Native Hawaiian Healing, and a fully integrated behavioral health program that includes psychiatry, psychology, health psychology, and substance abuse treatment. The population served is culturally diverse, predominantly of Native Hawaiian ancestry, and many have traditional cultural ideologies. Interns will provide assessment and treatment for a wide range of presenting concerns including acute, chronic, severe, and complex psychological, organic, and/or substance related conditions. All interns will receive generalist training and will participate in a rotation that emphasizes the provision of traditional psychotherapy services to children and families, as well a rotation that emphasizes the provision of traditional psychotherapy services to adults. These may include the Child and Family, Adult Outpatient, Kapolei Behavioral Health, Ewa West Oahu Community Health, and Waipahu Behavioral Health Clinic rotations. They will also participate in a minimum total of 6 months on the Assessment rotation, and a portion of time on the Research and Program Development rotation. They also have the opportunity to request a minimum of 1, and up to 2, of the following rotations: Crisis Intervention and Outpatient Mental Health, Women's Health, Nanakuli Clinic, Pediatric Clinic, and Biological Bases of Severe Psychopathology. Opportunity for training and experience in telehealth will be provided as well. Interns receive weekly didactics on various topics and participate in a biweekly seminar on psychopharmacology and the biological etiologies of mental illness. They will have the opportunity to provide supervision to practicum students and attend a supervision seminar. They will attend a weekly journal club led by a postdoctoral fellow, and monthly grand rounds with multidisciplinary students. Applicants with experience or interest in working with the Native Hawaiian population and/or medically underserved populations are encouraged to apply. Applicants must have written a minimum of 5 integrated assessment reports. Please see our program brochure for additional information, including COVID-19 updates on page 5.