Alaska Psychology Internship Consortium

Featured Publications

The Suicide Prevention Toolkit

This Web-based Toolkit contains information and tools to implement state of the art suicide prevention practices and overcome the significant hurdles this life-saving work faces in primary care practices.

Order your kit

To download a free copy, visit SPRC's website

Alaskan Core Competencies

Alaskan Core Competencies for Direct Care Workers in Health & Human Services, Version 1.0

This publication is designed to guide skill development with direct care workers, who are at times referred to as direct support workers, direct support professionals, paraprofessionals, or technicians.

Read More

The Alaska Psychology Internship Program (AK-PIC) represents a collaborative effort among five agencies across the state of Alaska to provide training to prepare competent Alaskan psychologists.

This program serves a critical need in the state of Alaska by providing an opportunity for doctoral students in psychology at the University of Alaska Anchorage/ Fairbanks to complete the entirety of their training in-state, increasing the likelihood that they will remain in Alaska as they begin their careers. It additionally provides a means for attracting psychology interns from out of state, and contributes several internship training slots to help offset what has become a significant national shortage.

WICHE has assisted with the development and implementation of this program, and is currently leading the effort to achieve accreditation by the American Psychological Association. More information about AK-PIC can be found at