Sunday, January 19, 2014

Albany Medical College/Albany Medical Center Department of Psychiatry, Albany, NY, USA - Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Psychology

The Albany Medical College (Albany Medical Center), Department of Psychiatry invites applications for a full-time, one year, Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Psychology. The fellowship is designed to prepare Fellows to function as capable professional psychologists assuming multiple roles within an academic psychiatry department or other practice based academic institution.

The position offers extensive supervised experience in a number of clinical, research, academic, teaching, and supervisory roles. Fellows are highly encouraged to develop and conduct projects of personal interest and/or value for the department and are also actively involved in ongoing grant funded departmental training and research initiatives. Current projects involve a range of activities, including: program development, consultation and collaboration within and across departments/services in the areas of clinical assessment, medical training, complex dual diagnosis treatment, genetics, bariatrics and metabolic disorders. This research training typically includes opportunities for authorship and conference presentations. One of our post-doctoral fellows assumes at least half-time responsibilities in a consulting and clinical role with our affiliated eating disorders program. Fellows are provided ample clinical training and supervision leading to competency for independent practice and preparation for licensure.

Fellows are expected to possess the capacity for collaboration as well as independent self-directed academic work. We desire Fellows with excellent interpersonal skills and strong clinical, research, and writing abilities.

The Fellowship is a full time, year-long program with a salary of $40,000, full health benefits and scheduled vacation. The program accepts three (3) Fellows per year. The training year begins September 1st and ends August 31st. The program is coordinated by the Director of Training, Robert Hubbell, PsyD, and the Department Chair, Victoria Balkoski, MD.

This year we are extending our recruitment process and the deadline for applications is January 31 st, 2014. Please see the attached handbook for additional program information.

Applicants should send (e-mail, preferred) a letter of interest, curriculum vitae and two (2) letters of reference to:

Robert Hubbell, PsyD
Albany Medical Center
Department of Psychiatry
25 Hackett Blvd., MC-164
Albany, NY 12208

Audrey Hepburn Children’s House, Hackensack, NJ, USA - 4 Postdoctoral clinical forensic psychology fellowships

Audrey Hepburn Children’s House
Northern Regional Diagnostic Center for Child Abuse and Neglect
Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital
Hackensack University Medical Center
30 Prospect Street
Hackensack, NJ 07601
Phone: 551-996-2271 Fax: 551-996-4926


A Post-Doctoral Clinical Forensic Psychology Fellowship in Child Maltreatment is available for start date September 1, 2013 at The Audrey Hepburn Children’s House (AHCH) at Hackensack University Medical Center (HackensackUMC). The Children’s House is designated as a Regional Child Abuse and Diagnostic Center by the State of New Jersey. The program resides in the Department of Pediatrics. The position affords the opportunity to conduct forensic psychological assessments, foster care screenings, individual and group therapy and therapeutic visitation within the family court with either victims of child maltreatment or parents or other caregivers. The fellows will also be responsible for identifying, designing and studying a research question of mutual interest to The Children’s House under the supervision of a principal investigator. There is also the optional opportunity to participate in the administration of a neuropsychological evaluation. The Fellows will also be enrolled in certificate programs in clinical forensic psychology at Montclair State University. Tuition will be paid by Hackensack University Medical Center. Fellows will receive supervision to meet eligibility requirements for admission to the EPPP and licensure.

The Department of Pediatrics at Hackensack University Medical Center and The Audrey Hepburn Children’s House are in the forefront of pediatric care given to child maltreatment victims. The Center provides direct service and consultation to the Division of Child Protection and Permanence, the Office of the Attorney General, local Prosecutors’ Offices, the Juvenile and Family Courts and other referred families within the northern six (6) counties [Bergen, Hudson, Morris, Passaic, Sussex and Warren] in New Jersey.

Salary is competitive and accompanied by an excellent benefits package including full tuition. The Children’s House is located in the town of Hackensack in Bergen County fifteen minutes west of New York City. Review of applications will begin immediately and continues until the positions are filled. Post-Doctoral fellow candidates should send curriculum vitae, statement of goals, a redacted Psychological Evaluation, and research and clinical interests to Carol A. Friedman, Ph.D., Audrey Hepburn Children’s House, Hackensack University Medical Center, 30 Prospect Avenue, Hackensack, New Jersey 07601 or e-mail a PDF version of those materials at

Monday, January 13, 2014

University of Missouri – St. Louis, MO, USA - 4 Postdoctoral Fellowships in Clinical Psychology

The Community Psychological Service (CPS) at the University of Missouri- St. Louis invites applications for a full-time, one-year Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Psychology. The fellowship program provides advanced training in psychological assessment and psychotherapy services and prepares fellows for professional practice in an outpatient setting. The fellowship is a 12-month commitment, beginning the first week of September.

Setting:  The Community Psychological Service (CPS) is a not-for-profit outpatient mental health clinic established at the University of Missouri-St. Louis in 1977. CPS clinicians provide affordable psychological services to clients from diverse ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds in Metropolitan St. Louis and its surrounding areas. Most services are provided through grant funding, Medicaid, or on a sliding-scale fee basis.

Program Description: Postdoctoral fellows at CPS conduct a wide variety of assessments and provide outpatient therapy services to children, adolescents, and adults under the supervision of staff psychologists. Assessments include comprehensive personality evaluations of adults and children with severe emotional disturbances, forensic parenting competency evaluations, violence risk assessments, and evaluations of learning and attention disorders in children. Common treatment issues addressed in therapy include mood disorders, relationship problems, trauma, and personality disorders. Postdoctoral fellows receive ample individual and group supervision. The fellowship program fulfills the post-doctoral supervision requirements for psychology licensure in the state of Missouri. Fellows also participate in didactic training experiences and assessment case conferences at UM-St. Louis.

Salary and Benefits: The stipend for the fellowship is $35,000 for the year. Fellows are also offered a benefits package through the University of Missouri- St. Louis that includes health insurance, vacation time, and sick leave.


  • A doctoral degree (Ph.D./Psy.D.) from an APA-Accredited program in Clinical or Counseling Psychology.
  • Successful completion of an APA-accredited internship.
  • Experience and formal coursework in psychotherapy with children, adolescents, adults, couples, families, and in the administration, scoring and interpretation of intellectual, educational and objective/projective personality testing of children and/or adults.
  • Excellent written communication and interpersonal skills and strong clinical skills in diagnosis, assessment, and therapy.

Applications: The program accepts four (4) fellows each year. Applications are accepted until February 15th for the following fellowship year. To apply, please submit the materials listed below to Dr. Jill Swartwout, Resident Training Coordinator, by email at

  • A cover letter describing your clinical interests and fit with our program
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • Two samples of your written professional work. One should be a psychological evaluation; the other should be a therapy case summary that includes a case conceptualization and a summary of the course of treatment.

Please see our website for additional information:

Ohio State University Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Child mood disoders, Columbus, OH, USA - 1 Postdoctoral position

This grant-funded position (1 NIMH R01 and 2 NIMH R34 grants) will provide the successful candidate with experience in: grant writing; analyzing, presenting, and publishing study findings; assessment/treatment of children with depressive and bipolar spectrum disorders; and supervising graduate and undergraduate students in a large lab.

Clinical and research supervision provided; license eligibility anticipated after 2 years. More information about our research can be found at

Applicants must have completed an APA accredited doctoral program and internship with specialization in clinical child psychology. Start date: July 1-Sept 1, 2014 (if available, an earlier start date could be arranged).

Stipend: $42,000 + benefits, including professional travel. Columbus, OH is a vibrant community with a 1.8 million population base and diverse cultural, sports, dining and recreational opportunities (check us out at; cost-of-living is low.

Send vita and three reference letters to Mary A. Fristad, PhD, ABPP, 1670 Upham Dr Ste 460G, Columbus, OH 43210 or (614) 293-4572. Application deadline, 1/31/14.