FHSDIP has two tracks, including an Adult Track with two positions and a Child & Adolescent Track with two positions. Each position may involve at least some work with individuals across the age spectrum.
Submit an online application through the APPIC website (www.appic.org).
A complete application consists of the following materials:
- A completed online AAPI (APPIC’s standard application)
- Cover letter (part of online AAPI)
- A current Curriculum Vitae (as part of the online AAPI)
- Three letters of recommendation, two of which must be from persons who have directly supervised the applicant’s clinical work (as part of the online AAPI). Please submit no more than three letters.
- Official transcripts of all graduate coursework
- Supplementary materials: One full integrated assessment report (please redact appropriately)
Preference for interviews for the three (3) internships will be given to applicants that will:
- Complete at least 400 supervised intervention and 50 assessment hours prior to the start of internship
- Defend their dissertation proposal before the application deadline
- Express interest in working in a rural, community-based context
As a member in good standing of APPIC, the psychology internship program’s recruitment and selection procedures are in compliance with APPIC guidelines. We participate in the National Match and follow the APPIC Match Policies.
We use the standard APPIC Online Application for Psychology Internship (AAPI) that can be obtained at the following website: http://appic.org.
Frontier Health is an equal opportunity employer and adheres to APPIC’s nondiscrimination policies.
Selection & Interview Process
Applicants who meet the basic requirements (e.g. psychology graduate students with a minimum of three years of graduate study, broad clinical practicum experiences) and appear to be a good match for the program (e.g. interest in community mental health settings, rural populations) are selected for an on-site interview in January.
Interviews are an integral part of the selection process for both the program and interested applicants. On interview day, applicants meet with the Training Director to discuss the overall structure and goals of the internship, address general questions about the internship program, and review information about Frontier Health as an organization.
Applicants are interviewed by the Training Director, clinical supervisors, as well as other members of the Internship Training Committee.
Current interns are present to converse with interviewees throughout the day. Interviewee’s are provided lunch. Interviews provide an opportunity to assess goodness of fit for both internship program and intern applicant.