New Website

The Yale Predoctoral Internship in Clinical & Community Psychology has recently launched a new website.

How to Apply

Applicants to the Yale Department of Psychiatry Predoctoral Internship in Clinical and Community Psychology must be enrolled in an APA or CPA approved doctoral training program in clinical, counseling, and/or community psychology.

Individuals apply for one, and only one, placement within the program. Applications to multiple placements are not permitted. Once applications are reviewed, a selected number of individuals are invited to attend one of three Visit Days in early January. This is an opportunity for applicants to learn more about the program, meet with faculty and current fellows, and visit the training sites.

The program participates in the APPIC match and complies with all APPIC policies. Visit the APPIC website for a comprehensive overview of the application and matching process. It is strongly recommended that all internship applicants subscribe to the APPIC Match-News List as early as possible in this process.

This internship site agrees to abide by the APPIC policy that no person in this training program will solicit, accept, or use any ranking-related information from any intern applicant.

Candidates apply by completing the APPIC Application for Psychology Internships (APPI). The Application deadline is 5:00 pm Eastern Standard Time on November 15th.

Applicants will be informed by December 15th regarding their application status and whether they are invited to participate in a Visit Day.

In completing the application, please follow these specific instructions:

  1. In the opening line of the cover letter, please state in bold the name of the Primary Placement and Secondary Placement (if applicable) to which you are applying. List only one primary placement
  2. In the final line of the cover letter please state your preferences in rank order for the three Visit Days. The Visit Days for 2013 are: January 7, 11, and 14. If one or more of the three dates is not possible, please make this clear. Requests for a phone interview should be stated in this part of the letter as well.
  3. Please include in your application two work samples: a treatment or case summary and a psychological evaluation report.

Applicants use the APPIC Internship Matching Program, operated by National Matching Services, Inc. to rank potential internship sites.

If you have any questions about the application process or Visit Days, please contact Joan Cricca, Student Coordinator (203) 785-2090 or at