Psychology Internship

Gain Experience with Our Behavioral Health Team

Are you a prospective psychologist? Do you need experience? We want you to join our team. We prepare our interns for professional practice in an integrated behavioral health setting. During training, we help interns develop competence in providing psychological services.

Program Overview

Our 12-month clinical psychology internship offers doctoral candidates the chance to experience a variety of clinical activities, trainings, meetings and other educational experiences.

Application Process

Are you eligible for our internship program? Review our admission requirements and the directions for completing an application.

Why Intern At Jordan Valley?

You’ll gain experience working with an ongoing caseload of patients, applying theory to practice, and developing your own professional style. Interns also get benefits from Jordan Valley.

  • Long-Term Disability
  • Optional enrollment in Jordan Valley’s employee benefit plans
  • Optional enrollment in dependent care or medical flexible spending. This benefit has no employer match, but allows for intern pre-tax contribution.
  • Three days for professional development time
  • Mileage reimbursement as defined in the Jordan Valley’s business office

Intern Testimonials

Accreditation Status

Our Department of Behavioral Health Integration’s clinical psychology internship is a submitted accreditation self-study with the American Psychological Association. Jordan Valley is not currently an accredited APA site. We are a provisional member of APPIC. Questions related to the program’s accredited status should be directed to the Commission on Accreditation.

Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation
American Psychological Association

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