Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center - Houston, Texas
Psychology Internship and Postdoctoral Fellowship
The Psychology Training Program at the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center (MEDVAMC) offers a Clinical Psychology Internship, Clinical Psychology Residency, and Clinical Neuropsychology Specialty Residency. These programs are based on a scientist-practitioner model of training and are each separately accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA).* The next site visits for our internship and clinical residency are in 2017. The next sit visit for our neuropsychology residency is in 2018.
The MEDVAMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and the Psychology Training Program is committed to ensuring a range of diversity among our trainees. We select qualified candidates representing diverse ethnic/racial backgrounds, sexual orientations, disabilities, geographic locations, and life experiences.
The Psychology Training Program at the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center (MEDVAMC) offers a pre-doctoral internship in professional psychology. The goal of our program is to prepare trainees for the practice of professional psychology in a variety of settings with a particular emphasis on preparation for VA and other medical/institutional settings with a diverse population. We offer a Generalist Track and a Neuropsychology Track through the internship. Our program offers a wide breadth of clinical training opportunities focused on evidence-based practices. Information about our program structure, training rotations, eligibility requirements, and application procedures are available in our MEDVAMC Psychology Internship Program Training Brochure.
Clinical Psychology Residency
The clinical psychology residency offers seven positions that provide one year of clinical training in the following focus areas: Serious Mental Illness, Trauma and Anxiety Disorders, Primary Care Mental Health, General Mental Health, and LGBT Interprofessional Health Care. The goal of the residency is to prepare residents in developing advanced skills in focus areas of clinical psychology to work within VA and other public sector medical settings. Information about our program structure, training rotations, eligibility requirements, and application procedures are available in our MEDVAMC Clinical Psychology Residency Training Brochure.
Clinical Neuropsychology Residency
The clinical neuropsychology residency offers four positions that provide two years of specialty training in clinical neuropsychology. The goal of the program is to provide advanced training in the specialty of clinical neuropsychology that prepares residents for independent practice as neuropsychologists. Information about our program structure, training rotations, eligibility requirements, and application procedures are available in our MEDVAMC Clinical Neuropsychology Residency Training Brochure.
Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation
Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center (MEDVAMC)
For general inquiries, please email: VHAHOUMHCLPsychologyTraining@va.gov
Ellen Teng, PhD
Ashley Clinton, PhD
Robert Collins, PhD, ABPP
Clinical Psychology Residency:
Clinical Neuropsychology Residency: