The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Psychology Internship offers clinical science training in three tracks, Adult, Child, and Pediatric Psychology. We feature training in evidence-based clinical practice. Our core program is structured, yet flexible. We strongly encourage self-directed learning and the pursuit of elective experiences. Ours is a rich, stimulating, and vital training milieu characterized by invigorating discussion and collaborative clinical instruction. Trainees describe our program as warm and friendly. The internship follows a clinical science model of training and is intended for those individuals whose training and interests emphasize the application of scientific principles within clinical psychology.
Important to Note: Our Pediatric Psychology track has replaced our previous Health Psychology track. For those with interest in adult health psychology and general psychotherapy, please take a look at our Adult track, which offers rich experiences in general psychotherapy as well as opportunities for health psychology experiences throughout the year. More broadly, please explore the opportunities that we offer throughout our internship and do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions. We look forward to reviewing your application.
“Our trainees describe our program as inviting, warm, and friendly.”Gregory G. Kolden, PhD, Psychology Training Director UW-Madison Department of Psychiatry