Doctoral Psychology Internship Program
The mission of the Denver Health Doctoral Psychology Internship Program is to produce highly skilled doctoral-level clinicians with a strong professional identity as psychologists. We provide outstanding clinical training and supervision that fully prepares psychologists and consistently produces highly effective health service psychologists who are valued members of health care organizations. In addition to experience with a core curriculum that includes psychotherapy, psychological assessment, and acute psychopathology, psychology interns develop an early career area of expertise through participation on a multidisciplinary team of professionals. The program has been fully accredited since 1980 by the American Psychological Association.
2018 APPIC Match
Denver Health is offering the following internship tracks:
- Integrated Care – Women’s Care (one position)
- Adult Psychology (two positions)
- Child and Adolescent Psychology (two positions)
Each of these has a separate match number. Please see our Doctoral Psychology Internship Program Brochure for additional information.
Electives are usually available in Geriatric Primary Care, Oncology and Bariatric Surgery Evaluation. Other electives may be possible.
American Psychological Association Tables:
HRSA Bureau of Health Workforce Education and Training (BHWET)
Similar to Denver Health’s other psychology interns, Health Services and Resources Administration (HRSA)-funded interns will receive comprehensive clinical and didactic training across a spectrum of settings, including outpatient behavioral health, integrated care and acute care. The new area of focus is help for adults and their children who are adversely affected by the opiate epidemic. Two tracks are offered:
- HRSA Adult Track (four positions)
- HRSA Child and Family Track (two positions)
Please see our HRSA-Funded Internship Program brochure for additional information.