How to Apply
Applicants with a Master’s degree may be given preference in the applicant selection process.
University Hospitals requires background checks, vaccinations and drug screens prior to beginning the internship. Eligibility to begin internship, even after match, is contingent upon the intern passing these tests. If a matched intern fails to pass a background check or drug screen University Hospitals reserves the right to withdraw the invitation to match with the intern.
The following documents should be included in the application packet:
- Resume/Curriculum Vitae
- Two writing samples of psychological reports. These samples, should reflect at least assessments completed on children and/or adolescents ages 4-18 years or adults 18+. Please remove identifying information.
- Three letters of recommendation written by faculty or clinical supervisors.
- All graduate transcripts.
Employment is contingent upon:
- Satisfactory professional references, previous employment, and education verifications
- Proof of required licenses, certifications, registrations, and regulatory documents
- Successful completion of a pre-employment screening
- Confirmation you are legally authorized to work in the United States
Matched interns will be provided with the UH Behavioral Health Institute Clinical Psychology program manual upon hire. If a matched intern fails to pass pre-employment screening, University Hospitals reserves the right to withdraw the invitation to match with the intern.
Application packets must be received by January 31st
Applicants will be notified by email as to whether or not they will be invited to interview. The Psychology Training Committee will review application packets, and selected applicants will be contacted by email to schedule an interview.
If interested in applying, contact the Training Director, Dr. L. Felipe Amunátegui, Ph.D. at email@example.com.