Welcome to the Bellevue Psychology Externship Program
Bellevue Hospital is a part of the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC), and is affiliated with the New York University School of Medicine. Founded in 1736, Bellevue is the oldest public hospital in the nation. It is an acute-care municipal inpatient and outpatient facility whose mission includes the provision of comprehensive health services in an atmosphere of humane care, dignity, and respect, regardless of ability to pay. Bellevue has been a pioneer in defining standards of practice in treating psychiatric and medical illness, and is widely recognized for the excellence of its health care and its distinguished staff. A very diverse patient population is served by Bellevue, including patients from the Hispanic, African American, Asian, South Asian and West African communities, among others.
The Bellevue Psychology Externship Training Program offers a broad array of clinical training opportunities, including both the assessment and treatment of a wide range of patient populations and psychopathology. The externship program features specialty tracks that provide focused training in the following areas:
Please see individual track descriptions for further information about the opportunities offered by each. APPLICANTS MAY ONLY APPLY TO ONE SPECIALTY TRACK. If you apply to more than one track, then you will not be considered for any.
The externship is approximately one year in duration, beginning July 1 through June 30. All tracks require sixteen hours per week, with mandatory Friday attendance. Individual tracks may have other required hours.
The Bellevue Psychology Externship Training Program is open to graduate students enrolled in Ph.D., Psy.D., or Ed.D. programs in Clinical, Clinical-School, Counseling, or Health Psychology. Some tracks will accept students who have completed their first year of graduate training, whereas others are open to third- and fourth-year students only.
Bilingual candidates are highly encouraged to apply for all tracks.
Applications will only be accepted from January 21, 2014 at 9am to January 27, 2014 at 5pm.
ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY ELECTRONIC MAIL ACCORDING TO THE FOLLOWING SPECIFICATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE GUIDELINES MAY RESULT IN FAILURE TO HAVE YOUR APPLICATION REVIEWED.
Individual tracks may have additional application requirements, such as psychological assessment reports or treatment summaries. When you submit these materials, please remember to remove all identifying information.