For Interns and Fellows
Postdoctoral Fellowship: Current Opportunities
In the 2016-2017 training year, we have confirmed funding for:
Clinical psychology with an emphasis in cognitive behavior therapy and DBT skills training (two positions).
Cog/DBT fellows provide CBT and DBT in an intensive outpatient program (IOP) for adults with severe mood and anxiety disorders and other psychiatric illness. Many of these patients have recently been hospitalized, are at risk for suicide and/or have comorbid Axis II disorders. Treatment is primarily done in a group format with a co-therapy model. Fellows each spend half of the training year in the Cog-IOP and half in the DBT-skills IOP. Fellows supervise at least one intern or advanced doctoral student and participate in a group supervision-of-supervision with the training director and other fellows for at least six months. Throughout the year, fellows participate in a monthly cultural competence seminar facilitated by the training director.
For more information and to apply, read the application checklist and instructions.
For more information about the COG/DBT positions, send an email to Laura Thackray, PsyD.