Princeton University offers three post-doctoral fellowships in clinical/counseling psychology at Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS), which is part of University Health Services. This is a supervised 12 month, term position starting August 16, 2021.
CPS places a high value on creatively serving a dynamic, multicultural student population in a challenging academic environment. The fellowship provides intensive supervised clinical experience, weekly training seminar, and weekly clinical case conferences. Post-doctoral fellows provide time-sensitive individual, group, and couples psychotherapy; psychological evaluations and crisis intervention, including infirmary admissions and follow up care. Additionally, fellows complete triage assessments and other clinical responsibilities.
Fellows receive specialization training in college counseling and engage areas of concentration as a member of one of the following treatment teams: alcohol and other drug, eating concerns, or Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) - informed treatment. One Fellow will be assigned to each of these three teams. Additional opportunities involve participation on Tigerspaw (sports psychology), Mind Body Health Services and Crisis Intervention Teams. Fellows will also be involved in psycho-educational outreach and liaison activities.
Successful candidates must be able to work comfortably - both individually and as team members - within a multicultural and inter-disciplinary staff, to provide effective services. They must demonstrate excellent communication skills (including the ability to write timely and complete clinical notes); develop and maintain collaborative relationships in a multicultural environment; work independently and possess a high degree of personal integrity, diligence, and discretion.
Required: Completion of pre-doctoral internship (APA-Accredited preferred), experience with a broad range of clients (multiculturally and diagnost
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