University Health Services (UHS) at Princeton University is a fully accredited (Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care) health care facility providing comprehensive health services to 7,500+ Princeton undergraduate and graduate students, and specialized services to Princeton University faculty, staff, and employees. 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 September 3, 2018 and ending August 30, 2019.
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; 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 (multi-culturally and diagnostically) and completion of all doctoral program requirements (APA-accredited preferred) in clinical or counseling psychology.
Preferred: Prior experience working in a university mental health service; experience treating patients with substance abuse problems, eating disorders, and/or trauma history; experience leading groups; experience working effectively with people on a broad spectrum of social identities; experience working with multiply diagnosed patients; DBT experience; mindfulness and meditation experience.
This is a full-time position from September 3, 2018 to August 30, 2019 with a salary of $39, 000 plus generous health benefits.
For full consideration, applications must be received by January 3, 2018. Please apply on-line at http://jobs.princeton.edu (the position requisition number is # 2017-8086) and upload a brief (500 words or fewer) letter of interest (which includes your statement about the area of Training Concentration in which you are interested) with your curriculum vitae and three letters of recommendation including one letter from your internship site training director/coordinator. You may upload your letters of recommendation or have them mailed or e-mailed directly to email@example.com. Your file is not considered complete until all reference letters are on file, in addition to your CV and letter of introduction.
Please direct any questions or inquiries to David B. Campbell, Ph.D., Coordinator Post-doctoral Psychology Training: firstname.lastname@example.org or 609.258.3285. Find out more about the Post-Doctoral Training Program at: www.princeton.edu/uhs/student-services/counseling-psychological.
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