North Memorial Health-University of St. Thomas Joint Doctoral Psychology Internship Program
The North Memorial Health-University of St. Thomas Joint Doctoral Psychology Internship Program is co-sponsored by North Memorial Health (NMH) and the University of St. Thomas Interprofessional Center for Counseling and Legal Services (IPC). The Internship Program provides a wide range of training experiences that allow for working with demographically diverse populations within multiple service locations in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area. Moreover, interns have the opportunity to gain valuable experience of serving clients across the continuum of care, from acute hospital-based services to outpatient community mental health. Finally, Interns have the opportunity to develop competencies in the area of Clinical Supervision, through providing direct supervision to masters-level trainees. See Internship Brochure for more information on clinical training opportunities and rotations.
The Internship Program has a partial affiliation with the University of St. Thomas’ Graduate School of Professional Psychology. This means that during either Phase I or Phase II, qualified applicants from UST’s GSPP may be given ranking preference in the Match. For the 2024-2025 Internship cohort, the Internship program will be accepting and reviewing applications from a general pool of eligible candidates in both Phase I and Phase II. In other words, UST and non-UST candidates will all be considered; non-UST candidates must still meet eligibility requirements (see Brochure).
The NMH-UST Internship Program holds the status of full APA-Accreditation. The initial accreditation date was 7/22/2018, and the Internship is due for Self-Study in January 2024, with a Site Visit projected for Fall 2025.
The Internship Brochure 2024-2025 is available here and below.
Internship Admissions, Financial Support, and Initial Post-Internship Positions (IR C-27 I)