Why Learn with Us
The Kaiser Permanente Mental Health Training Program provides future-focused, integrative training in a large multidisciplinary healthcare system. Trainees work in a wide range of settings and learn cutting-edge approaches reflecting the latest trends and advances in healthcare.
Equity, Inclusion and Diversity
The Kaiser Permanente Mental Health Training Program trains the next generation of healthcare leaders within a large multidisciplinary setting. Our nationally recognized program utilizes innovative, cutting-edge approaches with a highly diverse patient population.
Thank you to everyone for a successful UND! If anyone is still interested in Postdoctoral Residency positions, we still have opportunities available. Please visit the APPIC UPPD site to review the updated list of open positions. Universal Psychology Postdoctoral Directory (appic.org)
The Mental Health Training Program is pleased to be partnering with Dr. Bedford Palmer II for ongoing consultation and training related to multicultural awareness and diversity. Dr. Palmer is the chair of the Counseling Department at Saint Mary's College of California, and is a recognized expert and consultant in these areas. Starting in July 2020, Dr. Palmer will be providing ongoing consultation to both our training staff and to our trainees. This represents one of the many significant steps the training program has taken towards improving cultural competence and providing culturally-informed care to our patients.
Seminars and Conferences
March 11, 2021
Assessment of Adults for Autism Spectrum Disorder - Thomas Crawford, PhD (This Presentation is for Kaiser Permanente Employees Only)
April 1, 2021
April 20, 2021