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.
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Meet Our Leadership Team
Position title: Co-Director of Psychology Training; Psychology Internship Adult Track Director; Associate Professor (CHS Track)
Position title: Co-Director of Psychology Training; Psychology Internship Child Track Director; Child and Adolescent Psychologist; Assistant Professor (Clinical Track)
Position title: Psychology Internship Pediatric Track Director; Clinical Health Psychologist
“We greatly value the consideration of a variety of theoretical orientations as well as a warm and supportive environment in which to learn and work together."—Meredith Rumble, PhD, Psychology Training Co-Director UW-Madison Department of Psychiatry