Psychology Practicum

During the 2022-2023 training year, Hamm Clinic will offer a therapy practicum experience for graduate students in psychology.  Applications will be accepted exclusively from students at our three partner schools:

Practicum students may commit to a learning experience of either 9 or 12 months in duration, with 16 – 20 hours a week devoted to clinic services and learning activities.

Questions may be directed to Jade Johnson at

Promoting Diversity

At least one practicum placement is reserved for Hamm Horizons students.  Learn more about these stipend-eligible positions.

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Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship

The Hamm Clinic Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship emphasizes the provision of outpatient services, including psychological assessment, diagnostic assessment, treatment planning, and individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy.

The fellow may be supported in their learning through participation in:

  • Deliberate practice
  • Weekly seminar series
  • Two hours of weekly clinical supervision from a doctorate level LP clinical supervisor
  • One hour of weekly team consultation
  • Monthly clinical team meetings
  • Various topic-specific drop-in consult groups
  • Auditing MICPP classes

The typical fellowship lasts 12 months, with 40-hours per week of on-site training and service provision.  Fellows receive annual stipends, paid vacation, and health insurance benefits.

Sample Schedule

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What We Do

We want you to feel welcome at Hamm Clinic. You and your provider will work together to help you improve your psychological, physical, emotional, spiritual, and cultural health. We celebrate all of who you are, and are dedicated to providing trauma-responsive, culturally responsive, and equitable mental health care.

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