We require use of the AAPI Online Application. Applicants for internship must submit the following:
Completed APPIC Application for Psychology Internship (AAPI). The AAPI is available on the APPIC Website at www.appic.org. Through the AAPI, please submit:
- Current CV
- Three letters of reference from faculty or other professionals who are well acquainted with you and your qualifications
- Official graduate school transcripts
- A sample psychological evaluation (full battery preferred)
Within your cover letter, please discuss how the LLU School of Medicine internship will meet your training and professional goals. In particular, please include your thoughts about the following statement related to our training:
- LLU has identified as its motto to "Make Man [Humanity] Whole." As a religiously affiliated organization, it seeks to be congruent with its heritage by translating the ideal of “wholism” into a bio-psycho-social-spiritually integrated approach to health care. The internship program seeks to assist the intern in the development of competencies in all areas of cultural diversity, and in addition, provide opportunities for more focused theoretical, scientific, and clinical explorations in the area of religion and spirituality as this may pertain to emotional health. The approach is “patient-centered,” in that neither the religion of the organization, nor the intern’s, has a central consideration; rather, the patient's worldview and religion are central. This approach is founded on cumulative and significant scientific evidence for the consideration of religion and spirituality as a factor in emotional health, both as a strength and as a source of distress.
The Deadline for Receipt of All Materials for the 2021-2002-2023 year is November 15, 2022.
Our APPIC match number is: 170915
If you have questions about the application process, or if you need to inquire about the status of your application, please email Dr. Fayard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carlos Fayard, Ph.D.
Director of Psychology Internship Training
Loma Linda University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry
Behavioral Health Institute
1686 Barton Rd., Box E
Redlands, California 92373
Phone: 909-558-9543 ~ Fax: 909-558-9591