The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) funded Training in Integrated Pediatric Psychology Services (TIPPS) project provides training for graduate students in the clinical psychology doctoral program at Georgia State University. The project is managed by Drs. Cohen (Project Director), Tully (Experiential Site Coordinator), and Swartout (Project Evaluation Coordinator).

TIPPS aims are to train psychology students to 1) conduct evidence-based practice with youth; 2) engage in culturally-sensitive practice; 3) provide integrated, interdisciplinary, team-based care and tele-behavioral health; and 4) master behavioral pain management and opioid use disorder and substance use disorder prevention and treatment.