Mental Health Training Opportunities

North Memorial Health Mental Health Services Center nurtures future mental health professionals through psychology training opportunities for advanced practicum, internship, and post-doctoral levels.

Mental Health Services Center

North Memorial Health Mental Health Services Center is committed to providing exceptional mental health care to the community while also fostering the next generation of mental health professionals. We offer a comprehensive range of psychology training opportunities at the advanced practicum, internship, and post-doctoral levels. Our programs are designed to provide trainees with the knowledge, skills, and experience they need to become competent and compassionate mental health providers.

Training Opportunities

Advanced Practicum

Our advanced practicum program is designed to support graduate students who are working to build a strong foundation of diagnostic and therapeutic skills early in their doctoral psychology programs.

Students will gain hands-on experience in providing individual and group therapy under the supervision of licensed psychologists. They will also participate in didactic training, case consultation, and other professional development activities.


The North Memorial Health-University of St. Thomas Joint Doctoral Psychology Internship Program is co-sponsored by North Memorial Health and the University of St. Thomas Interprofessional Center for Counseling and Legal Services.

Fully APA-Accredited since 2018, the Internship provides a wide range of training experiences that allow for working with demographically diverse populations within multiple service locations in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area.

Moreover, interns have the opportunity to gain valuable experience of serving clients across the continuum of care, from acute hospital-based services to outpatient community mental health. Finally, Interns have the opportunity to develop competencies in the area of Clinical Supervision, through providing direct supervision to masters-level trainees.

The North Memorial Health-University of St. Thomas Internship aims to prioritize multiculturalism and diversity in its training, welcoming eligible applicants representing all forms of diversity.

Post-Doctoral Fellowship

Our post-doctoral fellowship program is designed for psychologists who have recently completed their doctoral training and are seeking additional training in a specialized area of mental health as they develop their professional identify.

Fellows will receive individualized mentorship/supervision from experts in their field and will have the opportunity to hone their clinical skills in preparation for licensure and independent practice.

How to Apply

If you are interested in a psychology training opportunity at North Memorial Health Mental Health Services Center, please contact our MH Training Director at:

Please note that as an APA accredited internship program, we participate in the APPIC Match process for intern selection.

Training Benefits

The benefits of training at North Memorial Health Mental Health Services Center

Experienced and Dedicated Supervision

Our trainees are supervised by licensed psychologists who have extensive experience in providing mental health care.

Trauma Informed Care

Our provider team is trained in an array of trauma treatment modalities and works to provide care that is trauma informed and culturally responsive.

Diverse Clinical Population

Our trainees will have the opportunity to work with a diverse range of clients.

Commitment to Professional Development

We are committed to providing our trainees with the support and resources they need to develop their skills and become successful mental health professionals.

BIPOC Mental Health Scholarship

North Memorial Health is committed to supporting all aspects of health in the diverse community we serve. We recognize that access to care providers who represent and reflect a diversity of backgrounds is essential to each individual’s wellbeing. In support of this need, North Memorial Health Foundation is excited to provide scholarships for students of color enrolled in an accredited graduate program in Minnesota.

Students who are awarded a BIPOC Mental Health Academic Scholarship will receive a one-time award of $5,000 to be used for education costs for within the academic year in which the scholarship is granted. The scholarship winner will also have the opportunity for networking and informal mentorship from providers at North Memorial Health’s outpatient Mental Health Clinic.