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Postdoctoral Resident (2)
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Counseling and Consultaion Services
University of Wisconsin-Madison offers a postdoctoral residency in clinical/counseling psychology at Counseling and Consultation Services (C&CS), which is part of University Health Services. This is a supervised, 12-month position from August 1st, 2013 to July 31st, 2014. Residents provide time-sensitive individual, couple, and group counseling, crisis intervention, and mental health triage. Residents also choose supervised specialty area from the following: Behavioral Health, Group Counseling, Campus Based Services, Training and Supervision, and Mental Health Risk Management: Clinical Intervention and Campus Response.
In addition, the following opportunities are available to Residents based upon agency need as well as Residents’ particular training interests: substance abuse and eating disorder assessments; research; teaching; consultation and liaison development; participation in Let’s Talk program; interdisciplinary collaboration; supervision of doctorate practicum students; administration; leadership; and wellness/positive psychology. All training includes multicultural awareness.
Postdoctoral Residents receive weekly 2h of individual supervision and 1h of group supervision by experienced licensed psychologists. Additionally, residents participate in the following: Group Seminar, Multicultural Seminar, and Supervision of Supervision Seminar.
Professional development is supported via assistance with studying for the EPPP.
For additional information on our postdoctoral residency program and application process, please visit our website: http://www.uhs.wisc.edu/services/counseling/training-internships/postdoctoral-internship.shtml
Applicants must have completed all requirements for their doctoral degree from an APA accredited institution in clinical or counseling psychology, including their dissertation prior to beginning the post-doc year.
A successful candidate must demonstrate strong interest in and experience with college mental health, ability to work as part of an interdisciplinary team, and serving a diverse student population.
In achievement and prestige, the University of Wisconsin–Madison has long been recognized as one of America’s great universities. A public, land-grant institution, UW–Madison offers a complete spectrum of liberal arts studies, professional programs, and student activities. Many of its professors and programs are highly-regarded worldwide for instruction, research, and public service. Detailed information about the University can be accessed through its website at http://www.wisc.edu
Madison, the state’s capital city with a population of 225,000, offers a wonderful combination of natural beauty, stimulating cultural offerings, outdoor recreation, distinctive restaurants, unique shops, and vibrant nightlife. The city consistently tops many “best” lists for its outstanding living environment. Furthermore, the city’s location in south central Wisconsin makes for convenient access to Milwaukee (80 miles), Chicago (150 miles), and Minneapolis (270 miles). Daily buses serve all three cities.
Madison is located in a temperate climate zone and has four distinct seasons. During the warmest months of June, July, and August, high temperatures average 80°F. Winters are cold with moderate snowfall. In the middle of winter, high temperatures average 25 degrees Fahrenheit though temperatures can fall below 0 degrees Fahrenheit. Average annual snowfall is 35 inches.
For additional information about the area, see The Greater Madison Convention & Visitor’s Bureau.
Required Application Materials
1. Cover letter 2. Curriculum Vita 3. Two letters of Reference
January 21, 2013 Applications should be sent by mail or electronically.
August 1, 2013
Send Applications To:
Beth Galantha, Medical Program Assistant
333 E. Campus Mall Rm 7404
Madison , WI 53715
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