Clinical Psychology Internship

CAMP offers a two-year, part time internship that is exclusively affiliated with the Clinical Psychology PhD Program at Emory University. Psychology interns have several clinical responsibilities, including providing individual therapy, group therapy, parent training, and assessment for a variety of patients. The CAMP internship seeks to build on the skills developed during the doctoral education and training in order to graduate competent entry-level clinical psychologists who can function in a variety of settings and continue to develop professionally throughout their careers. The philosophy of the internship program is consistent with the doctoral program model, the clinical science model. As part of our approach as a clinical science program, interns are trained to be both scientists and practitioners in a reciprocal fashion such that their clinical experiences help them formulate research questions and research informs clinical practice. Over the two-year period, psychology interns will be trained in evidenced based assessments and treatments.

Statement on Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity

The Child, Adolescent and Young Adult Internship Program of Emory University School of Medicine values diversity as it pertains to race, ethnicity, culture, language, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, age, religion, political beliefs, and physical abilities. As a program, we embrace individual differences, emphasize the importance of multicultural and intersectional identities, and cultivate a culture of inclusivity. We welcome and value our faculty, staff and trainees from diverse backgrounds and with varied life experiences. We promote a climate of respect and civility, and strive to insure that we provide a safe space for discourse.
Our training program aims to promote multicultural knowledge, demonstrate cultural awareness and sensitivity, and practice multicultural skills. Our program underscores the importance of diversity by providing our interns opportunities to learn to provide culturally sensitive and informed care. These opportunities include didactic seminars, case consultations, clinical supervision, and supervised service provision. Our urban setting enables us to serve diverse populations, thus affording our trainees opportunities for valuable experiential learning. Most importantly, we foster a training environment that instills the value of learning and humility, which are vital to practicing culturally competent care.
We pledge to treat all interns, faculty, staff and the people we serve fairly and without discrimination. We are committed to equity and we take pride in having diverse trainees, faculty and staff. We value ongoing evaluation, encourage feedback, and always strive to make improvements.


CAMP's internship program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation, the American Psychological Association.

*Questions related to the program's accredited status should be directed to the Commission on Accreditation:

Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation
American Psychological Association
750 1st Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002
Phone: (202) 336-5979 / E-mail:

Dr. Noriel E. Lim is currently the Director of the internship.

  CAMP Internship Training Manual

  Internship Admissions, Support, and Initial Placement Data

  Internship Brochure