Indians Into Psychology Doctoral Education (INPSYDE) Program at the University of North Dakota.
The INPSYDE Program aims to address four areas of concern in Indian Country: too few mental health professionals in Native American communities; too few Native American mental health professionals; substandard availability of quality mental health services in Native America communities within the immediate tri-state area (North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota); and insufficient cross-cultural training in mainstream psychology.
Indians Into Psychology Doctoral Education (INPSYDE) Program at the University of North Dakota. The Clinical Psychology Program at UND offers a program to facilitate the entry of American Indian students into an APA approved clinical psychology program.
2015 Northern Lights Best Student Poster Award
INPSYDE UND was established in September of 1992 and became fully funded and operational in August of 1996.
319 Harvard St, Stop 8380, Grand Forks (ND), 58202-8380, United States