The overarching aim of our internship is to prepare students to function as psychologists in a variety of settings, including as members of interdisciplinary teams providing health related services to children and their families.

About the internship

This internship is organized into the following tracks:

  • Neurodevelopmental Assessment and Early Intervention
  • Behavioral Mental Health
  • Pediatric Feeding Program
  • School Consultation
  • Severe Behavior Program
  • Treatment (Pediatric Feeding and Language and Learning Clinic)

Our training philosophy

The internship provides training within a scientist practitioner model. Accordingly, the internship utilizes data-based diagnostic and treatment procedures that are consistent with basic principles of learning and developmental psychopathology as embodied in the research literature, emphasizing special expertise in cognitive behavioral therapy, applied behavior analysis, child development, and neurodevelopmental disabilities.

Our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion

Our internship values creating an education and training environment that is inclusive, equitable, and respectful of diversity. We recognize the value diverse interns bring to our internship training community and provide to our patients. We aim to wholistically recruit interns from a wide range of backgrounds.

We partner with Emory University 

Visit the Doctoral Internship in Health Service Psychology website  for details about goals, training components and rotations.


E-mail our training office. 

*Questions regarding the program’s accreditation status should be directed to:

The Commission on Accreditation
Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation
American Psychological Association
750 First St. NE 
Washington, DC 20002