Application Procedures

When applying, specify which track (either Adult or Child) and which area(s) of concentration within that track you wish to apply for.  You may apply for both areas of concentration within a track. Specify which area of concentration you prefer.

Please note the program codes for the separate tracks and concentrations we offer:

Adult Track (applicants may apply for either or both areas of focus)

•    Focus 1. Behavioral Medicine (*Program Code: 131712)

•    Focus 2. Forensic Psychology (*Program Code: 131713)

Child Track (applicants may apply for either or both areas of focus)

•    Focus 1. Pediatric Psychology (*Program Code: 131715)

•    Focus 2. Infant Mental Health (*Program Code: 131714) 

Applicants must be enrolled in APA-accredited Programs in Clinical Psychology (preferred) or Counseling Psychology. Applicants who are in Ph.D. or Psy.D. programs that meet these criteria are invited to apply.

The application deadline is November 1. We require the following material and information from each applicant:

Completed APPIC Application for Psychology Internship. This application must be completed in its entirety and will be received through the AAPI Online Service.

Applications must include the following items: 

  1. A cover letter, specifying the track and area(s) of concentration to which you are applying
  2. A Curriculum Vitae
  3. The actual application
  4. All graduate transcripts
  5. Three letters of recommendation will be required as part of the materials sent to the AAPI Online Service (Note: The individuals who are writing letters for you will send their letters directly to the AAPI Online Service; you will supply the contact information to them)
  6. A de-identified sample assessment report

Questions should be directed to:

Ms. Karly Hunter
Program Coordinator
Tulane University School of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
1430 Tulane Avenue #8055
New Orleans, LA 70112
Contact Information:
Phone: (504) 988-5407

Interview Procedure

We strongly encourage a personal visit to Tulane and an interview. If this is not possible, a telephone or Skype interview can be arranged. APPIC recommends that all interviews be concluded by January 21.

Applicants will be informed by e-mail on or before December 15 whether or not they will be invited to interview.

Once they receive an email invitation to interview, applicants should personally initiate a request for a specific interview date.

To schedule an interview:

Ms. Karly Hunter
Program Coordinator
Phone: (504) 988-5407

Interviews are conducted in late December and January. The interviews begin at approximately 8 a.m. and typically are completed by 5:00 p.m. Fridays are typically when interviews are held, but other days potentially are available on request. Each applicant will typically interview with a minimum of 3 faculty members and a postdoctoral fellow. Lunch with the current interns is provided. Contact Ms. Hunter for information about travel and hotel accommodations at 504-988-5407 or by e-mail at