Students interested in applying for the internship program should submit an online application through the APPIC website. Program number: #2345
- Integrated Behavioral Health — Track Number #234511
This internship site agrees to abide by the APPIC policy that no person at this training facility will solicit, accept, or use any ranking-related information from any intern applicant.
A complete application consists of the following materials:
- A completed Online AAPI (APPIC’s standard application)
- Cover letter (part of online AAPI) stating your interests in training.
- A current Curriculum Vitae (as part of the online AAPI)
- Three Standardized Reference Forms, two of which must be from persons who have directly supervised your clinical work (as part of the online AAPI). Please submit no more than three letters
- Official transcripts of all graduate coursework
- All applicants are required to include work samples as part of the application process. Applicants should upload one integrated psychological evaluation.
If applicants are invited to interview, they will be notified by email.
The interview day will begin with a presentation by the faculty of the day’s interviewees followed by an opportunity for interviewees to ask questions. This will take place in a large group format but is not a group interview. Individual interviews will be scheduled throughout the rest of the day. Applicants will be free to have an informal lunch hour with the current interns from 12-1pm. Tours of the campus will also take place. Applicants are encouraged to tour the city of Tyler and learn about our relatively low cost of living.
UT Health Science Center will base its selection process on the entire application package noted above; however, applicants who have met the following qualifications prior to beginning internship will be considered preferred:
- APA accredited the graduate program
- 400 intervention hours
- 50 assessment hours
- Dissertation proposal completed
- Some experience or special interest in working with diverse and/or underserved populations
- Psychology Interns are hired employees of UT Health Science Center, a State of Texas agency. Employment and training as an Intern will be based on successfully passing criminal background checks and health screenings. Health screenings include an occupational health exam, (including tuberculosis test, spirometry, and PAPR fit testing). Immunizations are required to be up to date or brought up to date. Flu shots are required and provided to all interns.
- UT Health Science Center is a drug-free and nicotine-free campus. Employees, including interns, may be subjected to drug and nicotine screening and must have clear test results to be considered and enter training.
- Mandatory rotation schedules are provided for Interns at off-campus locations, such as Rusk and Terrell State Hospitals. Personal vehicles may be used, at an individual’s own expense, or individuals may be provided a health center vehicle. To be eligible to use a health center vehicle, employees, including interns, must provide a current valid Texas Driver’s License, have a clean driving record, and take a defensive driving class.
- Interns may receive health insurance and life insurance benefits according to plan documents after meeting a waiting period of up to 90 days of employment. During this waiting period, interns are required to carry their own insurance, for which they may be partially reimbursed. Proof of insurance is required.
- Interns are automatically enrolled in the Teacher Retirement System of Texas (TRS). The TRS retirement plan follows ERISA guidelines and UT Systems plan documents, for specific information please request plan summary document from the Human Resources Department.