Clinical Postdoctoral Positions
We are hiring clinical postdoctoral fellows for our Adult, Adolescent, and/or Pediatric Programs. We treat patients with Anorexia Nervosa (AN), Bulimia Nervosa (BN), Binge Eating Disorder (BED), Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) and Other Specified Eating or Feeding Disorder (OSFED). Additionally, our program offers targeted treatment for other conditions that co-occur with eating disorders, including substance abuse/dependence and trauma. Job duties include individual, group, and family therapy, with opportunities to participate in treatment development research and teach undergraduate courses.
We are also very interested in fellows who come from backgrounds outside of eating disorders, like anxiety, substance, trauma, pediatrics, and we have a strong preference for candidates who have experience or interest in DBT or FBT.
One of the strengths of our 2-year postdoctoral fellow program is that we provide in-depth training in evidence-based treatment approaches. In addition to weekly individual supervision and mentorship, this includes an intensive orientation to eating disorders, an intensive DBT training, and an intensive FBT training at the beginning of the training year; along with weekly didactics and multiple weekly supervision groups and consultation teams; and occasional opportunities for additional training such as conferences. Clinical fellows typically cross-train in two different programs (one year in each) to maximize both breadth and depth of training.
· Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology
· APA accredited doctoral program
· APA accredited pre-doctoral internship preferred
· In-depth knowledge and demonstrated skill in provision of evidence-based individual, group, and family psychotherapy.
· Experience in treatment of eating disorder patients OR experience in a related area, such as substance use, anxiety or trauma.
· Preference for demonstrated experience in providing therapy to individuals with eating disorders at different levels of care, including residential/inpatient, day treatment, outpatient, and IOP.
· Preference for DBT and FBT trained candidates.
· Although not required, there are opportunities to participate in a variety of research opportunities. Many of our clinical fellows co-author publications and/or participate in development of novel research projects while they are here.
· Competitive salary and benefits.
· Training and supervision with expert psychologists, including trainers and therapists who are certified in DBT, FBT and CPT.
· Potential opportunities to stay on as a staff or faculty psychologist after fellowship.
· Weekly didactics and consultation teams.