Additional Information

Additional Information

The Clinical Psychology Internship will begin on July 1, 2018 and run through June 30, 2019.

The current yearly stipend is $31,200, plus subsidized medical benefits.  Dental benefits are also available for an additional fee.

Paid time off includes three weeks (15 days) of vacation, two weeks (10 days) of sick time, and one week (5 days) of professional development time for conferences, dissertation defenses, and job interviews. Further, the University of Chicago Medicine has six holidays each year (New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas). 

We will have 5 intern positions for the 2018-2019 training year, with two interns in the Adult/Health track, and one intern in the Child, Adult Neuropsychology, and Pediatric Neuropsychology tracks. Interns have individual offices with telephones, computers, voice mail, photocopy privileges, and clerical support.

Educational resources available to interns include the extensive University of Chicago library and computer systems, a separate departmental library, and audiovisual equipment for viewing and recording clinical work.

Interns are employees of the University of Chicago Medicine and may review the following documents addressing employee benefits, diversity training, the Medical Center termination policy, discrimination policy, and employee/labor relations forms. This information is available to the public at the following link:

Grievance and due process polices specific to the Internship Program can be obtained by emailing Dr. Shona Vas at  These policies will be presented and discussed with interns during orientation week and are available on a shared drive to all interns and faculty members upon acceptance to the program.

Our next APA accreditation site visit is scheduled for 2019.

Applicants matched to the internship should understand that prior to commencing the internship they will be required to successfully pass a required medical examination, which includes a drug test.

Applicants should also note that some clinical rotations require an automobile to gain access to them and that some rotations require evening hours.