Welcome to the Clinical Psychology Internship Program
UPDATE 12/2/2020: Interview invitations for the adult track have been sent out. Invitations for the child/developmental disabilities track will go out by 12/8. We apologize for the delay.
UPDATE 11/13/2020: OUR INTERVIEW DATES WILL BE JANUARY 7, 12 and 19, AND THEY WILL BE COMPLETELY VIRTUAL.
This Clinical Psychology Internship Training Program is housed within the Department of Psychiatry in the Perelman School of Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania. Perelman School of Medicine, the first school of medicine in the nation, is part of the University of Pennsylvania Health System and includes the first hospital and the nation's first psychiatric unit founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1751. The goal of the internship training program is to provide a year-long combination of clinical rotations, supervision, and didactic experiences that prepare clinical psychologists for careers in the evidence-based practice of psychology.
The internship consists of two parallel tracks: a General Adult Track (Match #153612) and a Child/Developmental Disabilities Track (Match #153611). For information on the Child/Development Disabilities Track please see https://hosting.med.upenn.edu/cmh/internship-program/. The internship training program is accredited by the American Psychological Association.