PhD in Clinical Psychology: Internships

Palo Alto University requires all students to complete 2,000 hours of supervised professional internship experience. These hours fulfill the pre-doctoral internship hours requirement by the State of California Board of Psychology and other states (subject to individual state licensing boards), among other requirements for eligibility to take the licensing examination.

PhD in Clinical Psychology program students receive intensive faculty mentoring and extensive resources through the PhD Clinical Training faculty.

Additional clinical training resources available at the PhD Clinical Training website.

PhD Clinical Psychology Student Internships Previous Site Examples:

Monique Cano
Monique Cano, Class of 2020, PhD in Clinical Psychology

"After the interview weekend, it was obvious Palo Alto University (PAU) was the best fit for my training goals. PAU was ultimately my school of choice because of the university’s dedication to diversity studies, opportunities for clinical practice with monolingual Spanish speakers, and because of the faculty who are groundbreaking researchers within the diversity literature. I also very much appreciated the flexible educational and training opportunities within the Ph.D. program curriculum as it allowed me to tailor my education."

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PAU’s doctoral programs have been accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA)

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