The Clinical Health Psychology Track comprises four rotations, each lasting six months: Behavioral Cardiology, Pain and Mental Health, Transplant Psychology, and Women’s Behavioral Health. Interns are expected to spend 80 percent of their time engaged in clinical activities, with the remaining time devoted to lectures, seminars, journal club, department grand rounds and other training opportunities such as clinical or research electives.

Interns receive a minimum of two hours per week of individual supervision from their rotation supervisors. Interns also receive supervision in other settings such as clinical case conferences, patient rounds and elective experiences.

Below is an example of an intern's training schedule:

July - December
January - June
Behavioral Cardiology
Transplant Psychology
Pain and Mental Health
Women's Behavioral Health