General Training Model
Thank you for your interest in clinical psychology internship training at Tulane University School of Medicine. Our internship program offers training in General Clinical Psychology with additional concentration in specific areas of clinical psychology. All interns receive training in evaluation and diagnosis; interventions, including empirically supported treatment models; consultation, and supervision, all with a focus on delivering ethical services that are responsive to individual and cultural diversity. We support and demonstrate scholarly approaches of knowledge acquisition and analysis.
Our program offers two tracks: Adult Psychology and Child Psychology. In the Adult Track, the major area of study is Forensic Psychology. In the Child Track, there are two major areas of focus: Pediatric Psychology and Infant Mental Health.
Applicants should specify an interest in being considered for either the Adult or Child Track. If applying for the Child Track, they should specify an interest in being considered for either or both major areas of study within the Child Track, and they should state a preference. These preferences will be used for arranging interviews only and for no other purpose.
The two tracks are:
I. Adult Track
II. Child Track
Unique program codes for the match process are provided above.
We invite you to review the basic information contained here and to download the accompanying complete brochure. It is our opinion that the Tulane University School of Medicine internship program offers an excellent opportunity for professional development in clinical psychology. We are a participant in the APPIC match program and adhere to all policies and deadlines that are a part of that program. This internship site agrees to abide by the APPIC policy that no person at this training facility will solicit, accept, or use ranking-related information from any intern applicant.
For general information about the Tulane Internship Program and about our currently available tracks, please navigate through the links on this page to your area of interest. After reading the information on our site, feel free to contact us with additional questions. While our website contains a basic introduction to the Tulane University School of Medicine Clinical Psychology Internship, we highly recommend that you download and review OUR COMPLETE INTERNSHIP BROCHURE, which is available in pdf format. If you do not have the Adobe Acrobat Reader and wish to download it, use THIS LINK.
The Tulane School of Medicine was founded in 1834 as the first medical college in the Deep South, and is among the oldest medical schools in the country. The Tulane University School of Medicine Clinical Psychology Internship was formed in 1983, and was APA-accredited in 1984. We have trained clinical psychology interns every year since, with the exception of the two years following Hurricane Katrina.
For the 2024-2025 academic year, we are accepting one intern in our Adult Track, one intern in our Child Track, pediatric psychology focus, and two interns in our Child Track, infant mental health focus. The Tulane clinical psychology internship has been continuously APA-accredited since 1984.
Tulane University School of Medicine
Clinical Psychology Internship Program
1430 Tulane Ave. #8055
New Orleans, LA 70112
The Tulane University Internship in Clinical Psychology is accredited by
Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation
American Psychological Association
750 First Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002
Office Phone: 1-202-336-5979
Office Fax: (202) 336-5978
Questions related to the program's accredited status should be directed to the Commission on Accreditation.
Tulane's policies provide for equal opportunity and affirmative action in employment and admission to all programs of the University. To see Tulane's equal employment opportunity policy or the affirmative action policy, please contact the Office of Institutional Equity at 504-862-8083 or at the website https://equity.tulane.edu/. All candidates must pass criminal background check consistent with University policy.