Welcome to the Idaho Psychology Internship Consortium (ID-PIC)! This consortium was created to bring high-quality psychology internship training to the state of Idaho. ID-PIC has partnered with the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education Behavioral Health Program (WICHE BHP). WICHE has successfully developed APA-accredited psychology internship consortia throughout the West. We currently have spots open for qualified applicants at each of our sites for the Phase II Match.
ID-PIC has five sites to choose from, including:
Boise State University Counseling Center (Boise, ID)
Family Medicine Residency of Idaho (Boise, ID)
Pearl Health Clinic (Ammon, ID)
The Idaho Psychology Internship Consortium’s (ID-PIC) mission is to prepare and retain psychologists to provide culturally competent collaborative health care for Idaho’s diverse population. The Idaho Psychology Internship Consortium (ID-PIC) represents the collaborative effort of multiple Idaho agencies to share resources and faculty for the purpose of providing a diversified educational program for doctoral psychology interns. The consortium is designed to provide generalist training to prepare interns to meet the unique challenges of practicing psychology in rural Idaho and to ensure clinical competency in working with Idaho’s various cultural groups.
The Idaho Psychology Internship Consortium (ID-PIC) represents the collaborative effort of five Idaho agencies to share resources and faculty for the purpose of providing a diversified educational program for psychology doctoral interns. Please note that ID-PIC is a psychology doctoral internship program and not a practicum training site.
ID-PIC is an APPIC member and is currently on the APPIC directory. ID-PIC is not currently accredited by the APA. ID-PIC is under development and accepting its first class of interns; application for accreditation has not been made. The State of Idaho participates in the PLUS Program through the ASPPB.
Our consortium is located across the southwestern and southeastern corners of Idaho, part of the Intermountain West.