Indiana University

Psychology Internship Program

Dear Applicant,


Thank you for your interest in our predoctoral psychology internship program. We are very proud of our program and feel that it is unique in its combination of variety of placements and richness of experiences. For the coming internship year we will be offering six positions: Three will be generalist positions with an open emphasis, and three will be generalist positions with an emphasis in autism spectrum disorders.  We have made some changes to the program in the past year, so be sure to look over the entire website with care, especially the “Program Highlights” section that gives detail about the differences between the two emphases. Please note that we only consider applications from students in APA-accredited psychology doctoral programs.

In order to be considered for admission to this program in September of 2014, you must submit your completed application via the APPIC Online Application Portal no later than November 1st 2013. You will also note that we have two different numbers for you to use for application: One for the generalist positions with an open emphasis (#129411) and one for the generalist positions with autism spectrum emphasis (#129412).

Our pool of regular applicants will be narrowed to approximately fifty applicants by mid-December. We will be inviting those people who are in the selection pool to come to Indianapolis for an orientation to our program and for interviews. In addition to an orientation to our program and the chance to meet the faculty, the current interns will be available to meet with you and answer any questions.

You will be notified via e-mail by mid-December whether or not you have been chosen to interview.  Our application deadline is November 1st.  We expect every selected applicant to interview with us, and the interview dates for this year are January 6 and 13, 2014. If selected, we will ask you for your preferred interview date.  We adhere to the APPIC Match Policies. One added issue this year, please be advised that if you are asked to come for an interview we will ask you either to supply us with a photograph of yourself or we will take one of you on the day of the interview. The photograph will only be used for identification and is no way used for decision-making or evaluation.

We look forward to reviewing your completed application through the APPIC Online Application Portal.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Ann Lagges, Ph.D., HSPP
Director of Training
Indiana University School of Medicine
Psychology Internship Program


The Indiana University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, Pre-Doctoral Psychology Internship Program is fully accredited by the American Psychological Association, Commission on Accreditation.

APPIC Match Numbers:
129411 - Generalist Open Emphasis
129412 - Generalist Autism Spectrum Emphasis

American Psychological Association
750 First Street, NE
Washingon, DC 20002-4242
(202) 336-5500
(202) 336-6123 TDD