The Colorado Psychology Internship Consortium (CO-PIC) offers a one-year, full-time doctoral internship beginning and ending in July each year. The Consortium is comprised of five sites across Colorado: three sites in Eagle County and two sites in the Denver Metro Area. CO-PIC sites vary in regards to populations served and include: crisis response, trauma-focused care, integrated primary care, school-based, sports psychology, and first responders. 

The Consortium provides a range of clinical and didactic experiences that represent the necessary depth and breadth required for future professional practice with Colorado’s rural and underserved populations. Interns have a primary placement at one site. To foster team cohesion, all interns and faculty meet in person for shared training activities at least three times throughout the internship year. Additionally, interns and faculty participate in training virtually via videoconference on a weekly basis. Across training sites, interns complete an average of 15-20 hours per week of face-to-face direct service delivery.

APPIC Match Numbers

232411 – Your Hope Center – Crisis Response Track (1 position)

232416 – Your Hope Center – School Based/Child Track (1 position)

232412 – Bright Future Foundation (2 positions)

232413 – Vail Health Behavioral Health – Primary Care (1 position)

232415 – Vail Health Behavioral Health – Outpatient (1 position)

232414 – STRIDE Community Health Center (1 position)

232417 – Code-4 Counseling (2 positions)