NYU-Bellevue Psychology Internship Program
The mission of the NYU-Bellevue Clinical Psychology Internship Program, accredited by the American Psychological Association, is to prepare doctoral candidates for careers as psychologists in a variety of academic, clinical and research settings in both the public and private sectors.
Designed in the Practitioner-Scholar Model, the Program consists of three tracks and aims to facilitate a smooth transition from doctoral study to professional functioning, through acquisition of advanced clinical skills that integrate theory and practice. Interns in all tracks carry caseloads of adults, adolescents and/or children, and provide services to groups and/or families.
The Adult Psychology Track provides a broad-based training in a variety of clinical modalities with a wide demographic range of patients.
The Child and Adolescent Psychology Track combines the resources of Bellevue Hospital Center and the NYU Child Study Center, emphasizing training in child and adolescent evidence-based therapies, while incorporating clinical experiences treating adults.
The Forensic Psychology Track combines the assets of Bellevue Hospital Center and Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Center, providing exposure to the wide range of clinical issues unique to forensic psychology.
All psychology interns, regardless of track, obtain advanced training in assessment, diagnosis and evaluation, and exposure to numerous intervention and treatment modalities. Specifically, interns have opportunities to gain expertise in areas such as individual psychotherapy throughout the lifespan, neuropsychology, health psychology, inpatient and outpatient assessment and treatment, as well as family and group psychotherapy. Supervision is conducted according to numerous theoretical orientations, including cognitive, behavioral, and psychodynamic. The Program is dedicated to upholding the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct.
The NYU-Bellevue clinical population is extremely diverse, including individuals from an array of cultures, genders, ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations and socio-economic levels. The Program deeply respects and attends to the many cultural issues that come into play when working with such a broad population.
The Program takes pride in its long and distinguished history of training fine psychologists who make valuable contributions to clinical, academic, research and public policy arenas, both nationally and internationally. On behalf of the faculty, I invite you to learn more about us in the pages that follow, and to contact me with any questions you may have.
Glen E. Heiss, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, New York University School of Medicine
Director, NYU-Bellevue Clinical Psychology Internship Program
The NYU-Bellevue Clinical Psychology Internship Program is fully accredited by the Committee on Accreditation (CoA) of the American Psychological Association (APA). On May 1, 2014, the APA CoA awarded full accreditation to the NYU-Bellevue Clinical Psychology Internship Program until 2020. Accreditation reports and materials are available to intern applicants on request.
The American Psychological Association Committee on Accreditation can contacted at the addresses below:
Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation
American Psychological Association
750 First Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002-4242
(Tel) 202-336-5979 (Fax) 202-336-5978
The NYU-Bellevue Clinical Psychology Internship Program abides by the Internship Match policies as developed by the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC). Information about these policies can be obtained at: http://www.appic.org/