Welcome to SUU CAPS Internships

Thank you for your interest in our internship. You'll find that the doctoral psychology internship program at CAPS offers a wealth of training and clinical opportunities, a supportive environment, and the flexibility to tailor the internship experience to individual training needs. We're excited to welcome our new intern cohort, the 2023-2024 intern class.  CAPS staff are enthusiastic about training and about the contributions made by our interns each year.  We have 3 intern positions for next year, starting on Aug 7th, 2024.  

We invite you to spend some time perusing our website in order to learn more about our internship program. Prospective interns are welcome to contact us with any additional questions at (435) 865-8621.  You may also email questions to our front desk staff at deboraharenivar@suu.edu or our Director of Training at kristinajohnson1@suu.edu . 

NOTE: For the 2024-2025 internship year, our site will not offer an elective rotation in biofeedback.

Why Choose SUU?

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The SUU CAPS internship program is a member of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC). We participate in and adhere to the APPIC Match process and policies. We agree to abide by the APPIC policy that no person at this training facility will solicit, accept, or use any ranking-related information from any intern applicant. Our National Computer Match Program Code number is 215411. Prospective interns may apply to our program using the APPI.

Current Interns


  Doctoral Program

  2023-24 Hannah Marshall; Spalding University; Clinical Psychology, Psy.D.
  2023-24 Kaitlyn Chamberlain; University of Arkansas-Fayetteville, Clinical Psychology, Ph.D.
  2023-24 Samantha Rotay; Antioch University New England, Clinical Psychology, Psy.D.