HealthEast is the largest, locally owned health care organization in the Twin Cities East Metro. With three hospitals and one long-term acute care hospital, we offer a comprehensive suite of outpatient and inpatient mental health services. Our doctoral psychology internship program is staffed by licensed psychologists, who serve our community as psychotherapists, evaluators, consultants and supervisors for a broad range of programs. They’ll provide the mentorship, resources and superlative clinical skills you need to become a professional psychologist – and deliver high-quality, compassionate care for your patients.
You’ll have the opportunity to work with a variety of patients using a wide range of assessments, therapeutic approaches, interventions and techniques. These include individual and group psychotherapy, personality assessment, neuropsychological testing, trauma recovery and substance abuse treatment. In addition, we encourage our interns to contribute to professional research and literature through their clinical observations and patient encounters.
The internship year is a time of transition from student to independent practitioner. We encourage our interns to take an active, leadership role not only in their residency, but also in their ongoing professional goals, and we support them as they pursue career plans and training after our program.
At HealthEast, you’ll be part of a health care community that shares your passion for health and wellness. As a team, we foster trust and confidence, the kind of supportive work culture that leads to low employee turnover, high satisfaction scores – and unlimited opportunities to reach your potential.
To learn more about our psychology internship, download our brochure.
HealthEast is an Equal Opportunity Employer. HealthEast will not discriminate in public accommodation, or employment on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, membership or activity in a local commission, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age or genetic information.