Full Time - Varied shift, Monday-Friday, with some evenings
Position begins 08/30/2021
Position ends 08/26/2022
The Middlesex Health Center for Behavioral Health is currently
accepting applications for a postdoctoral fellowship position. This
is a one-year, full-time position with two tracks: 20 hours/week in
the child and adolescent clinic, and 20 hours/week in the adult
clinic. Both settings are outpatient, community mental health
clinics with diverse clientele.
The primary job responsibility is providing individual, group,
and family therapy; secondary responsibilities include in
psychological testing and supervision of doctoral-level psychology
practicum students. Interdisciplinary staff meetings and
consultation occur on a regular basis, as well as collaboration
with other community providers.
Additional opportunities include psychotherapy and assessment
within the hospital's Transgender Medicine Program (i.e.,
transgender/gender non-conforming individuals) and day treatment
program (i.e., PHP/IOP, dual diagnosis track, geriatric track). In
addition, opportunities to receive training and experience with
bariatric evaluations and ADOS-2 diagnostic evaluations also exist.
In-service hospital trainings occur on a weekly and monthly basis,
with participation strongly encouraged. Supervision is commensurate
with the licensing requirements of the state of Connecticut.
The position is funded for $45,000 and includes benefits.
Interested applicants may forward a letter of interest, curriculum
vita, and contact information for three references to: Angel
Roubin, PsyD., Training Director, Family Advocacy Program, 51 Broad
Street, Middletown, CT, 06457. Email any inquiries to
email@example.com. Middlesex Health is an equal opportunity
employer committed to diversity within its community.
Graduate of an APA-accredited doctoral program in clinical
psychology, counseling psychology, or school psychology.
Demonstrates ability to work with patients (adults, adolescents,
children) in individual, group, and family settings. Demonstrates
ability to select, conduct, score and interpret variety of
psychological assessment measures.