How to Apply

Applicants will be accepted through the APPIC Match process. The ideal applicant has experience with both child and adult clients, has significant experience with both evidence-based assessment and interventions, and is seeking a program that emphasizes integration of research and practice. UTHDPIP emphasizes diversity in training and in the recruitment of both interns and faculty. We strongly encourage persons who are culturally or individually diverse to apply, including persons of diverse racial or ethnic background, those with disabilities and persons who identify as gay or lesbian, transgender or other sexual orientation, gender identity or presentation.

UTHealth Doctoral Psychology Internship Program is a Generalist training program that trains interns to work in multiple settings with experience across the lifespan. The five tracks available are Addiction (match number  229411), Trauma (match number 229413), Child and Adolescent (match number 229415), Adult Inpatient (match number 229411)   and Developmental/Assessment (match number 229414 ). Interns may apply to any of the tracks or more than one.

For the 2024-25 academic year (starting July 1, 2024), 16 intern positions are anticipated, with a stipend of $30,000 plus benefits.

Applicants for the 2024-25 year should apply through APPIC. Application due date is November 1, 2023.  All interviews will be conducted virtually.  Applicants will be informed whether they have been invited for an interview by November 17, 2023.

Interview dates are December 4, 8, 11, 15, and 18.