The Clinical Psychology Internship Program
The Clinical Psychology Internship program that provides intensive training in autism is part of a broad-based training in the UNC Department of Psychiatry which has been accredited by the American Psychological Association since 1962. Former TEACCH interns have gone on to successful careers in research and clinical practice. For more information on this internship program click here.
Practicum and Other Traineeships
Graduate students in many disciplines such as psychology, social work, and education have received training at TEACCH as part of their graduate school requirements. Placements can be developed at any of the regional TEACCH Centers. Interested students or their advisors should contact the TEACCH Director at the appropriate regional center. Click here for a list of regional centers and contact information.
Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowship
Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowship program has been providing advanced training in TEACCH and autism for 25 years and prepares psychologists for a career in autism-related work. The contact person for this program is Laura Klinger, Ph.D., TEACCH Director.
Laura Klinger, Ph.D., Executive Director TEACCH Autism Program