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Welcome to the UND Quentin N. Burdick INPSYDE Program
The University of North Dakota INPSYDE Program is part of the Quentin Burdick Indian Health Programs here at the University of North Dakota. These programs are part of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act of 1992. INPSYDE is part of a larger attempt by the University of North Dakota to provide more mental health services and mental health professionals for the underserved Native American populations in North Dakota, Montana, South Dakota, Wyoming, and Minnesota. The Clinical Psychology Program at the University of North Dakota offers a program to facilitate the entry of Native American students into APA-approved clinical psychology programs nation-wide.