St. Cloud Hospital Clinical Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship
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- St Cloud, MN
- CentraCare - St. Cloud Hospital
- BHC General Adult Psychology
- Full-time, Day
- Clinic Hours
- Advanced Practice Provider
- Career Band: C2 Clinical Professional 2
- Req #: 202001863-50857
- Posted: March 3, 2020
St. Cloud Hospital/CentraCare is pleased to invite interested candidates to apply for a 12-month fellowship position in Adult Clinical Psychology, in the Behavioral Health Department. Positions are tailored to the applicant's interests and may include specialization in areas such as Eating Disorders, Trauma, and/or Assessment.
St. Cloud Hospital provides family-centered care for patients of all ages. As the largest behavioral health service provider in the geographical area, our clinic receives a variety of referrals for patients of all ages with a wide range of presenting concerns. As part of a larger health organization, behavioral health providers also have the opportunity to work closely with medical specialists including pediatricians, family practice providers, psychiatrists, and rehabilitation therapists, among other providers. The fellowship program is designed to provide clinical experiences necessary to support independent practice in clinical psychology. We aim to tailor the training experience to meet the individual training needs and interests of the fellow. We offer a flexible rotation selection to provide for breadth of experiences, as well as specialization with populations of interests. The adult clinical fellow would have opportunities to specialize in eating disorder evaluations and treatment, trauma-focused treatment, as well as outpatient therapy for diverse patient populations and comprehensive psychological assessments in our outpatient clinic, partial hospitalization program, and inpatient mental health unit.
As an example, specialization in eating disorders could include participation in a monthly interdisciplinary assessment clinic with providers in psychology, a dietician, and a medical provider. It could also include weekly consult groups and the opportunity to provide individual and family services for individuals with eating disorders.
Fellows have the opportunity to work with different supervisors to obtain varied clinical training as they obtain hours necessary for licensure. The fellow would participate in individual supervision, group supervision/consultation and have opportunities for specialized consultation in the following areas (trauma-focused CBT, DBT, health psychology (IBH), eating disorders, sexual/gender medicine, or Trauma) Fellows will have the opportunity to participate in scheduled didactics and educational opportunities provided though the hospital/clinic and our family residency program. There is an expectation for preparation of one educational presentation to the health care community during the year.
CentraCare Health and Carris Health have made a commitment to diversity in its workforce. All individuals including, but not limited to, individuals with disabilities, are encouraged to apply. CentraCare Health and Carris Health are EEO/AA employers.