Thank you for visiting the Frontier Health Services Doctoral Internship in Psychology (FHSDIP) program.
Our primary purpose is to provide quality clinical training to psychology doctoral students as they enhance delivery of psychology services for underserved persons in the context of rural community mental health centers. Interns operate as integral members of their respective sites and provide a broad range of clinical services to underserved individuals.
Interns learn about and experience the complexity, challenges, and opportunities encountered in community mental health centers, which are critically important for increasing access for individuals who are often most in need of psychological services.
Interns in the FHSDIP will grow their confidence in providing generalist clinical services and working in the context of multidisciplinary teams.
As a member of Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC) since 2011, our doctoral internship offers three year-long intern positions from August through July: 1 in the adult track and 2 in the C&Y Outpatient track. Frontier Health’s Doctoral Internship in Psychology received Accreditation from the American Psychological Association following a site visit in December of 2016.
The initial length of the accreditation is seven years. Questions related to the program’s accreditation status should be directed to:
APA Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation
750 1st St., NE
Washington D.C., 20002
Call (202) 336-5979 or email email@example.com
Since Frontier Health started the doctoral internship in psychology in 2011, interns have proven to be integral and valued members in the respective sites where they provide clinical services. Interns get the chance to experience working in teams that share successes and challenges with one another.
For more information about the FHSDIP, please contact:
Farah Williams, Ph.D.
P.O. Box 9054
Gray, Tennessee 37615
Fax: (423) 467-3710