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Psychology Internship

The mission of the Chatham - Independence Health System Consortium internship is to provide a developmental, sequential and experiential training for psychologists in training to provide competent, ethical, and culturally informed services to support the well-being of the clients and communities they serve.

Chatham - Independence Health System Consortium Internship Aims:

Train entry level, culturally informed, generalist health service psychologists who integrate evidence-based practice into their work.

This aim is associated with the following profession-wide competencies:

  • Individual and cultural diversity
  • Assessment
  • Intervention
  • Supervision
  • Consultation/interprofessional/interdisciplinary skills
  • Research

Train entry level health service psychologists who demonstrate self-awareness and ethical, professional practice and a professional identity as psychologists.

This aim is associated with the following profession-wide competencies:

  • Legal/ethical standards
  • Professional values, attitudes and behaviors
  • Communication and interpersonal skills


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Accreditation Status:

The Chatham University - Independence Health System Psychology Internship Consortium is not accredited by APA at this time.

We have submitted our application for membership to APPIC and are awaiting our accreditation.

Questions specifically related to the program’s accreditation status should be directed to the Commission on Accreditation:

Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation
American Psychological Association
750 1st Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002