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Doctoral Internship – Oakland

Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center
Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center

Oakland is a bustling, diverse metropolitan city 10 miles from San Francisco, and adjacent to Berkeley. It offers the best of both worlds – the cultural opportunities of an urban environment and uniquely beautiful natural parks and open spaces. The climate is temperate with mild winters and abundant sunshine. The East Bay Regional Parks around Oakland encompass 59 parks with more than 91,000 acres for hiking, running, swimming, and other outdoor activities. Nearby Jack London Square offers fine dining and shopping and Piedmont Avenue, which is within walking distance of the medical center, also boasts numerous restaurants and stores. The city hosts a Farmer’s Market on 9th Street every Friday.

The Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center is the flagship facility of the entire Northern California Kaiser Permanente system. The Permanente Foundation opened its first hospital in Oakland in 1942. A new hospital of 346 beds was constructed in 2009, with three nearby office buildings providing outpatient services. All facilities are located in the central portion of the city and accessible by public transportation. Kaiser Permanente Oakland provides primary care to 32% of the surrounding population and tertiary care to three million health plan members in Northern California. It is a regional referral center for specialty services, such as genetics, spine surgery, pediatric neurosurgery, and transgender care.

The Psychiatry department serves a large urban and suburban community, extending from Richmond, Pinole, and Albany to the city of Alameda and San Leandro, with Oakland and Berkeley in between. Our patient population reflects the unique ethnic and cultural diversity of the region with members identifying as African American, Asian, Caucasian, Latinx, and other. Common languages spoken include Spanish, Vietnamese, Cantonese, and Mandarin. Our membership also includes Medicare/Medi-Cal enrollees, who comprise 11% of the population cared for in our service area. Oakland and its surrounding cities are home to one of the largest sexual and gender diverse populations in the US. Kaiser Permanente Oakland Psychiatry has been a mental health training site since the 1980s.

Program Curriculum

Equity, Inclusion, & Diversity

We are committed to nurturing and integrating diversity training into all aspects of our doctoral internship by:

  • Providing interns with opportunities to work with diverse patients who represent various aspects of diversity, including age, religion, gender, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, values, and lifestyle
  • Placing a high value on interns’ willingness to engage in self-reflection and learning and supporting the exploration of attitudes, beliefs, and therapeutic postures that could have a negative impact on clinical interactions
  • Maintaining a consistent focus in clinical supervision on expanding interns’ multicultural awareness and competence in the provision of psychotherapeutic services and by providing guidance, suggestions, and resources on topics related to diversity
  • Providing formal in-person or online training on diversity topics such as discovering and mitigating unconscious bias, respecting every voice, and cultivating a sense of inclusion and belonging in the workplace
  • Encouraging interns to participate in the Regional Mental Health Training Program Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity Committee’s advanced trainings on topics related to cultural sensitivity and competence alongside a forum to reflect on and discuss their varied experiences in a safe environment

Didactic Training

Each doctoral intern will have (over the course of the year) 100 hours of didactic training. This will be a mixture of organizational required trainings, training specifically on health care terminology and language, medical grand rounds (adult and pediatric), professional development (including residency application processes), application of diversity training, and use of professional resources in treatment.

Regularly scheduled weekly didactic seminars are organized and administered at the regional level for all KP Northern California doctoral interns. Interns are required to attend the two-hour weekly seminar, which focuses on aspects of clinical practice that the interns may not regularly encounter. Diversity issues are always integrated into seminar presentations.

Seminar topics include: Frontiers in Trauma Treatment; Advanced Risk Assessment; Updates in Substance Abuse Research & Treatment; Advancements in Psychopharmacology; Cognitive Processing Therapy; Technology and Mental Health; Trans/Nonbinary Mental Health; Building a Better Brain through Exercise, Nutrition, Sleep and Stress Management; and Self-Compassion.

Our Regional Mental Health Training Program also sponsors professional training courses for continuing professional development. These courses and presentations are offered at select times during the year for all KP Northern California mental health trainees and staff at Kaiser Northern California Medical Centers. The Regional Mental Health Training Program brings in national experts and keynote speakers on a variety of cutting-edge topics in mental health treatment and research. Interns are required to attend these monthly regional trainings in addition to the weekly didactic seminars. Course dates and a list of speakers and topics for the regional trainings can be found on the Regional Mental Health Training Programs website. In addition, many of these lectures are recorded and available on the regional website under the continuing education lecture library.

Seminars and Meetings

Doctoral interns may be expected to attend weekly team staff meetings and case consultation. During these meetings, interns will practice creating a working hypothesis for a diagnosis and treatment plan, as well as learn how to incorporate Feedback Informed Care (FIC) and symptom management in their treatment planning. Additionally, doctoral interns will learn how to align their patient’s cultural background into their treatment plan.

All doctoral interns are required to present to a Grand Rounds at the medical center (topic developed in conjunction with the program and typically based on the intern’s dissertation) and are STRONGLY encouraged to submit research of a psychological nature (and if accepted to present) at a state, regional, or national psychology-oriented meeting.

Doctoral interns will be allocated time off to take the EPPP should they wish to do so.

Supervision

All doctoral interns are supervised by licensed psychologists and are assigned to a primary and secondary supervisor. These two clinical supervisors meet with their assigned intern one hour per week for individual face-to-face supervision, for a total of two hours of individual supervision per week. The primary and secondary supervisor in each training rotation are responsible for supervising the direct delivery of clinical services. The primary supervisor takes the lead role in developing the intern’s learning plan, monitoring their progress, and evaluating their training schedule. The primary supervisor is also responsible for supervising the intern’s clinical work and completing quarterly evaluations after gathering input from the other delegated supervisors and staff who have worked with the intern.

Doctoral interns are also provided with weekly clinical group supervision and group supervision for psychological assessment. During clinical group supervision, interns learn how to conceptualize treatment plans and frame interventions through a cultural framework that considers age, gender identity, race and ethnicity, family systems, socioeconomic status, work and school history, and other cultural factors. Interns also gain experience presenting clinical cases, as well as giving and receiving peer feedback. These feedback interactions help interns to develop both collegial and supervisory aspects of their professional identities as psychologists. Assessment group supervision provides support for interns gaining proficiency conducting psychological evaluations. During assessment group supervision, interns have an opportunity to discuss several aspects of the assessment process, including how to interpret test results, formulate clinical impressions, and plan patient feedback. Time allotted for all group supervision ranges from 2-4 hours per week depending on the time of year and the training schedule dictated by the specific tracks.

Community Partnership Program

Reflecting Kaiser Permanente’s core commitment to mental health and wellness in our communities, each doctoral intern will spend at least 32 hours during their training year on a Community Partnership Project that focuses on improving mental health in the local community beyond Kaiser Permanente patient membership.

The goal of this project is to provide outreach to underserved populations in the community to promote healthy behaviors. Anchors for this project include: developing alliances with individuals and/or systems to improve the lives of those served; providing education and training based on the empirical literature; collecting, analyzing, and presenting relevant outcome data to partnership stakeholders.

Psychological Assessment

All doctoral interns are expected to complete at least 100 hours of assessment batteries during the internship year which includes a structured interview, test administration, scoring and interpretation, report writing, and feedback. Referral questions for testing may be psychodiagnostic or cognitive assessments. Our clinical population will expose doctoral interns to a wide variety of referrals with the vast majority (if not exclusively) being ADHD cases.

Program Evaluation

Each intern is required to undertake a program evaluation project during their training year. The project is selected based upon the intern’s interests and skill set and should fall within the regular scope of departmental services.

It may involve collecting and analyzing data to improve administrative operations, or a quality improvement project aimed at improving or assessing a treatment program or process. Examples include developing and evaluating a treatment group, intake procedure or other new programming; evaluating factors associated with treatment outcomes; or a needs assessment of a service that may be enriched by psychological consultation. Interns meet with the program evaluation supervisor as a group regularly over the course of the training year to review progress on their projects.

Clinical Service Opportunities

For students applying to any position in the Kaiser Permanente Oakland Psychology Internship, please do the following:

  • We will only offer interviews for people who indicate an interest in a specific track.
  • We will not use an expressed interest in multiple tracks in any ranking decisions.
  • Make sure that in the APPI you mark all positions you are interested in working in.
  • Ensure that your cover letter clearly and specifically lays out why you are interested in a specific training experience AND your background that makes you a good fit for the position as well as why you are interested in working in an integrated health care and HMO model environment rather than a private practice or other environment.
  • We are using a virtual interview format for the 2024/2025 training year.

Tracks and Rotations

Adult Behavioral Medicine Services, Gastroenterology Track

This internship position is designed to be the first year of a 2-year (internship and postdoctoral residency) experience. In year one (the internship year), the intern serves part time in the Gastroenterology department working with patients with what is presumptively gastro-intestinal distress related to psychological distress.

The focus of treatment in this track is on immediate relief of symptoms using brief interventions. This intern will typically only see patients once and provide interventions immediately after the patient is seen by the treating provider. The intern may also provide a few brief follow-up visits if clinically indicated. The second year (resident year) is conditional based on clinical performance in the internship year, completion of the dissertation, and interest.

The primary assessment training in this track is comprised of ADHD evaluations, which involves a structured clinical interview and rating scales; interns who do more than a half day in this track will also do additional in-office tests like the Continuous Performance Test (CPT). This is a high-volume program with an intensive focus on differential diagnosis, but very few opportunities for formal testing or traditional psychological assessment are available. Students interested in more formal testing experience may not find this aspect of the position sufficient for their professional development goals. Opportunities to participate in additional assessment services may be available during the remainder of the allocated assessment time and will likely have an emphasis on bariatric evaluations, although exposure to other assessment services may be provided if the department needs permit.

Successful interns will need to be able to work in fast-paced environments with a focus on immediate interventions with patients as opposed to long-term treatment models.

Child/Adult Crisis & Acute Care Track with ADHD Testing (3 people) - Oakland Location, includes Hospital Exposure

The 3 interns in this track will complete three rotations throughout the training year. The training schedule includes 3 shifts per week in the child and adolescent clinic (with exposure to the pediatric units in the tertiary medical care hospital), 3 shifts per week in the adult crisis service (with exposure to the adult units in the tertiary medical care hospital), and 3 shifts per week in the ADHD testing services for adult patients in the clinic.

All interns in this track are required to successfully complete all three rotations. Interns are not allowed to spend additional time in any rotation or extend any rotation based on interest. Students who apply for this track should have interest and abilities to see both children and adults. Limited opportunities may be available for interns to receive exposure to patients treated in the Emergency Department. Please note that interns in this track are required to work with medically compromised and physically ill patients and must always work on site.

Assessment training in this track is comprised solely of ADHD evaluations, which involves a structured clinical interview and rating scales; interns who do more than a half day in this track will also do additional in-office tests like the Continuous Performance Test (CPT). This is a high-volume program with an intensive focus on differential diagnosis, but very few opportunities for formal testing or traditional psychological assessment are available. Students interested in more formal testing experience may not find this aspect of the position sufficient for their professional development goals.

Successful interns will need to be able to work in fast-paced environments with a focus on immediate interventions with patients as opposed to long-term treatment models.

Adult Services, Generalist Track (2 people) - Oakland Location

Interns in this track will complete their training year in the adult services team providing generalist clinical care to a diverse patient population with regard to diagnosis, symptom severity, and racial and cultural identities. Individual therapy caseloads grow gradually at the beginning of the year and expand continuously throughout the year as new patients are seen every week. Opportunities to co-facilitate therapy groups are available based on the intern’s interest and schedule.The supervisor team in this track are experienced generalists with additional expertise in trauma, anxiety, and/or OCD. Interns in this track work only with adults.

In addition to psychotherapy, interns in this track conduct adult ADHD evaluations one half day per week, primarily using clinical interviews. Due to the time demands of providing psychotherapy and adult ADHD evaluations, additional or alternative assessment opportunities are not available. Students interested in more formal testing experience may not find this aspect of the position sufficient for their professional development goals.

Successful interns will need to be able to work in fast-paced environments with a focus on immediate interventions with patients as opposed to long-term treatment models.

Child Services, Generalist Track - Oakland Location

The intern in this track will be assigned to the Oakland Psychiatry Child Team and will be working with a general youth service caseload. The intern will conduct multiple therapy groups over the course of the training year, provide brief individual and family therapy, and conduct ADHD assessments throughout the year.

The intern in this position will need to be comfortable working with both young children and adolescents and feel comfortable working with parents from multicultural and diverse economic backgrounds. Depending on experience, skills, and interest, limited opportunities may be available at the discretion of the training program and clinic leadership for exposure to specialty programming such as the Intensive Outpatient Program, Crisis Stabilization, Gender Care, ASD, OCD or Emergency Department evaluations with the Crisis Response Team.

The primary assessment training in this track is comprised of ADHD evaluations, which involves a clinical interview format as well as collection and review of rating forms. In some cases, administration of computerized testing is utilized. Opportunities for other testing and assessment experience may be provided at the discretion of the training program and clinic leadership based on availability and the skills of the intern.

Child Services, Generalist Track - Richmond Location

The intern in this track will be assigned to the Richmond Psychiatry Child Team and will be working with a general youth service caseload. The intern will conduct multiple therapy groups over the course of the training year, provide brief individual and family therapy, and conduct ADHD assessments throughout the year.

The intern in this position will need to be comfortable working with both young children and adolescents and feel comfortable working with parents from multicultural and diverse economic backgrounds. Depending on experience, skills, and interest, limited opportunities may be available at the discretion of the training program and clinic leadership for exposure to specialty programming such as the Intensive Outpatient Program, Crisis Stabilization, Gender Care, ASD, OCD or Emergency Department evaluations with the Crisis Response Team.

The primary assessment training in this track is comprised of ADHD evaluations, which involves a clinical interview format as well as collection and review of rating forms. In some cases, administration of computerized testing is utilized. Opportunities for other testing and assessment experience may be provided at the discretion of the training program and clinic leadership based on availability and the skills of the intern.

Pediatric Behavioral Medicine Services, General Track - Oakland Location

The intern in this track will complete their training year in the Pediatric Behavioral Medicine Service, working closely with primary care pediatricians to help connect children, adolescents, and families to mental health services that are an appropriate fit for their needs. The intern conducts exam-room consultations and intake evaluations with youth and families with a variety of clinical concerns, including mood and anxiety disorders, OCD, tics, ASD, ADHD, trauma, eating disorders, elimination disorders, and behavioral problems. Additionally, the Pediatric BMS intern helps support individuals and families coping with a range of medical conditions. The intern has the opportunity to provide short-term treatment that primarily involves behavioral and cognitive-behavioral interventions. Opportunities are also available to co-facilitate various psychotherapy groups, such as parenting support groups. Assessment training in this track is comprised of pediatric neuropsychology, ADHD, and ASD testing rotations, which take place during two afternoons of the week.

Adult Behavioral Medicine Services, General Track - Oakland Location

The intern in this track will complete their training year in the Adult Behavioral Medicine Service, embedded within the primary care department. Prior behavioral medicine experience is preferred but not required. The position is primarily spent in face-to-face patient care. Interns typically utilize 30 minute appointments every 2-3 weeks, offering 6 sessions at a time (with flexibility based on need of the patient), which is in line with the behavioral consultation model of mental health.

The intern in this position will gain a breadth of experience in assessing and treating many different mild to moderate psychological presentations, including but not limited to psychological stress from a medical condition, chronic pain, insomnia, anxiety disorders, specific phobia, depression, and grief, among other presentations. The intern’s caseload can be adjusted based on their clinical interests. Opportunities are available for the intern to participate in therapy groups, such as the ACT for Chronic Illnesses and CBT for Health Anxiety groups. Supervisor modalities are primarily 3rd wave therapies, such as CBT, Mindfulness-Based CBT, Behavioral Therapy, and ACT. The BMS intern will learn rapid assessment for a broad range of lower acuity psychological disorders while providing behavioral and cognitive interventions. Emphasis is placed on interdisciplinary care and consultation with the behavioral medicine team.

In addition to behavioral medicine services, the interns will complete one half day per week in the ADHD clinic working with patients with ADHD. Assessment training in this track is comprised solely of ADHD evaluations, which involves a structured clinical interview and rating scales; interns who do more than a half day in this track will also do additional in-office tests like the Continuous Performance Test (CPT). This is a high-volume program with an intensive focus on differential diagnosis, but very few opportunities for formal testing or traditional psychological assessment are available. Students interested in more formal testing experience may not find this aspect of the position sufficient for their professional development goals.

Gender Transitions Track (MST) - Oakland Location

The intern in this track will complete their training year in the “The Multi-Specialty Transitions (MST) Department” at Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center, which is a regional hub for gender-affirming medical care in Northern California. The clinic’s mental health model is rooted in self-determination and informed consent, and providers on this team support patients holistically as they pursue gender-affirming medical care. The mental health service in the clinic also closely collaborates with medical providers to offer a range of services that support patients’ emotional and psychological well-being. These services are affirmative, sex-positive, respectful, and culturally sensitive.

The clinic team consists of mental health providers as well as clinicians from surgery, internal medicine, gynecology, social work, and nursing, who work together to provide comprehensive healthcare for Kaiser Permanente members needing gender-affirming healthcare services.

A mental health clinician in this role has the opportunity to provide the following services:

  • Conduct informing sessions for gender-affirming medical care, including hormones and surgeries
  • Provide ongoing support for patients as they prepare for and recover from gender-affirming surgeries
  • Facilitate support groups
  • Short-term psychotherapy
  • Present mental health and wellness materials at surgical education classes
  • Provide support for youth and families navigating decisions related to medical and social transition
  • Coordinate care across an interdisciplinary team of providers
  • Develop patient education material and resources

An ideal candidate for this position has a working knowledge of transgender and non-binary identities, is rooted in social justice frameworks, and understands the historical gatekeeping role that mental health providers have played in trans health and are willing to interrogate their own subjectivities in clinical encounters with patients.

In addition to gender-affirming services, the intern will complete one half day per week in the ADHD clinic working with patients with ADHD. Assessment training in this track is comprised solely of ADHD evaluations, which involves a structured clinical interview and rating scales; interns who do more than a half day in this track will also do additional in-office tests like the Continuous Performance Test (CPT). This is a high-volume program with an intensive focus on differential diagnosis, but very few opportunities for formal testing or traditional psychological assessment are available. Students interested in more formal testing experience may not find this aspect of the position sufficient for their professional development goals.

Adult Services & Group Treatment Track - Oakland Location

The intern in this track will complete their training year in Oakland Psychiatry Adult Services, where they will provide individual therapy treatment through the Focused Treatment Track (FTT) and co-facilitate multiple groups over the course of the training year. The intern in this position will be required to manage a full caseload, seeing new patients every week and utilizing treatment plans primarily featuring weekly individual and group sessions. Applicants should have experience using short-term, behaviorally-focused interventions, as patients in FTT are seen for a maximum of 6 sessions. Additionally, applicants should have experience with groups as they will be co-facilitating 8-10 hours of group therapy per week. Cases are not carried for long term and persons who desire psychodynamic training or long-term therapy will not find this position rewarding work.

Assessment training in this track is comprised solely of ADHD evaluations, which involves a structured clinical interview and rating scales; interns who do more than a half day in this track will also do additional in-office tests like the Continuous Performance Test (CPT). This is a high-volume program with an intensive focus on differential diagnosis, but very few opportunities for formal testing or traditional psychological assessment are available. Students interested in more formal testing experience may not find this aspect of the position sufficient for their professional development goals.

Interns with experience working in busy settings such as medical offices in health psychology, crisis services, or other settings where there are tight limitations on the number of sessions will be the most successful.

DBT & Focused Treatment Track (On Hold for 2024/2025)

NOTE: We anticipate this position being suspended for the 2024/25 training year.

The intern in this track will complete their training year with our DBT team as well as the Oakland Psychiatry Adult Service’s Focused Treatment Track (FTT). As part of the DBT team, the intern will be actively involved in phone coaching and DBT meetings, and they will carry a longer-term caseload of patients requiring group and individual treatment. As part of the FTT team, the intern will be required to manage a full caseload, utilizing brief interventions in individual and group therapy as primary treatment modalities. Applicants should have experience using short-term, behaviorally-focused interventions, as patients in FTT are seen for a maximum of 6 sessions.

Assessment training in this track is comprised solely of ADHD evaluations, which involves a structured clinical interview and rating scales; interns who do more than a half day in this track will also do additional in-office tests like the Continuous Performance Test (CPT). This is a high-volume program with an intensive focus on differential diagnosis, but very few opportunities for formal testing or traditional psychological assessment are available. Students interested in more formal testing experience may not find this aspect of the position sufficient for their professional development goals.

Interns with experience in working in busy settings such as medical offices in health psychology, crisis services, or other settings where there are tight limitations on the number of sessions will be the most successful.

Adult Eating Disorders Program Track (On Hold for 2024/2025)

NOTE: We anticipate this position being suspended for the 2024/25 training year.

This intern in this track will complete their training year in our adult eating disorders program. Our patients are from diverse backgrounds and have a variety of eating disorders, including Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder, Binge Eating Disorder, and Feeding and Eating Disorder Other Specified.

The primary goals of treatment in this program are nutrition restoration, symptom reduction, and new skill acquisition. We emphasize understanding of and building resilience to forms of oppression that contribute to eating disorders, such as weight stigma. Our team consists of mental health providers as well as a physician and a dietician who work together to provide comprehensive treatment for Kaiser Permanente members needing eating disorder treatment.

A mental health clinician in this role provides the following services:

  • Provide individual psychotherapy using a Health At Every Size® informed approach for patients with a variety of eating disorders
  • Co-facilitate groups that may include DBT, meal group, body image group, binge eating disorder group, and anti-diet group
  • Work closely and collaboratively with an interdisciplinary team of providers

An ideal candidate for this position has a passion for working with eating disorders, is rooted in social justice frameworks, and enjoys working on a team.

In addition to the adult eating disorders program, the intern will complete one half day per week in the ADHD clinic working with patients with ADHD. Assessment training in this track is comprised solely of ADHD evaluations, which involves a structured clinical interview and rating scales; interns who do more than a half day in this track will also do additional in-office tests like the Continuous Performance Test (CPT). This is a high-volume program with an intensive focus on differential diagnosis, but very few opportunities for formal testing or traditional psychological assessment are available. Students interested in more formal testing experience may not find this aspect of the position sufficient for their professional development goals.

Schedule

Monday – Friday 8 AM to 8 PM (exact hours vary by day and rotation, with most being 830-530 M-F)

Direct Patient Care:  25 hours (lower for testing rotation)
Non-Direct Patient Care: 5 hours+
Individual Supervision: 2 hours
Group Supervision: 2 hours
Community Benefits Project: ~1 hour
Program evaluation Project: ~1 hour
Didactic Experiences: 2 hours

Program Graduates

2021-2022 Cohort

Graduate University/Institute Track/Specialty Rotation Current Position, Specialty & Location
Helen Iat Chio Chan The Wright Institute Hospital Rotations Postdoctoral Residency, Adult Testing and Assessment Services, Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Erin Chatten Midwestern University Eating Disorder
Michael Creekpaum Palo Alto University Adult Services/Group,(Generalist) Postdoctoral Residency, Adult, Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara
Beatriz Garcia The Wright Institute Adult BMS/ PSY/ CPY/OBGYN Postdoctoral Residency, OBGYN Adult Behavioral Medicine, Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Daniel Gabay Alliant International University Fast Treat GI/ Behavioral Medicine Postdoctoral Residency, Adult Services Department (Service Provision with Physical Illness), Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Alex Townsend Lotz-Nigh The Wright Institute MST & PSY
Brian McKenzie Alliant International University IOP Postdoctoral Residency, Adult, Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara
Zeynep Ozpolat Pepperdine University Ped Beh Med, PBS & PSY &CPY
Daniel Snyder Palo Alto University Hosp/Adult/Crisis, PSY & CPY Postdoctoral Residency, Hospital and Crisis Services, Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Tiphanie Sutton Stanford University Rotation Hosp Test, CPY & PSY
Lindsey White University of Massachusetts Boston (Counseling Psychology) Hospital Adult Crisis
Bradley Wolf The Wright Institute Rotations Hospital Testing Postdoctoral Residency, Child & Family Services (Generalist), Kaiser Permanente Oakland
Benjamin Greenberg Palo Alto University Adult BMS/ PSY/ CPY/OBGYN

Current Opportunities

Position Track(s)
Child/Adult/ADHD Hospital Exposure (3 Positions) Adult, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Child, Hospital
Adult Generalist (2 Positions) Adult, Generalist
Gender Transitions (MST) Gender Transitions (MST)
Pediatric Behavioral Medicine Pediatric BMS
Child/Adolescent Services Adolescent, Child
Adult Services & Group Treatment Track Adult, Group Treatment
Behavioral Medicine Services – Gastroenterology Behavioral Medicine, Gastroenterology
Adult Behavioral Medicine Service Adult, Behavioral Medicine

Accreditation

  • Accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA)
  • 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: apaaccred@apa.org / Web: www.apa.org/ed/accreditation

Location

Oakland Mental Health Department
280 W. MacArthur Blvd
Oakland, CA 94611

Richmond Medical Center
901 Nevin Ave, Building 2, Floor 3
Richmond, CA 94801

Training Director

F. Myron Hays, PhD, ABPP
Training Director
myron.hays@kp.org


Meet the Oakland Training Team

Membership

Member of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC)

Additional Resources

Internship Admission, Support and Initial Placement Data

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