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Postdoctoral Fellowship

The NYU Student Health Center's Counseling and Wellness Services announces the availability of five postdoctoral psychology fellowships (appointment period: September 1 - August 31). Our clinic offers training with a multidisciplinary team (psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, case managers, and nutritionists in providing crisis intervention in our Wellness Unit, brief psychotherapy, and group psychotherapy with a diverse population of undergraduate and graduate students both from international countries as well as the U.S. When the client caseload allows, there may also be opportunities for outreach to the NYU community. Training includes weekly seminars, supervision, staff meetings, and case presentations.

Position Summary

An opening exists in this state-of-the-art and quality-driven facility for five Psychology Fellows. Under clinical supervision, these fellows will provide clinical assessment, short-term psychotherapy, group therapy, and crisis intervention to NYU student population. In addition, Fellows will participate in didactic and case seminars.

Responsibilities

  • Clinical Case Load: General cases (1/2 load) and Specialty (1/2 case load)
  • Wellness Crisis Unit weekly coverage plus 2-3 Saturday coverage per year
  • Clinical Team Meetings, Seminar, Staff Meetings, Individual and Group Supervision of Externs
  • 35 hour week

Description of Specialty Training

Placement on teams will depend on interest of the candidate, needs of the team and needs of the staff.

Apply

Please submit an application, a detailed cover letter explaining your interest and clinical experience with young adults, a current CV, and three letters of recommendation for this position. 

Apply on www.nyucareers.com using Job Posting number 2020-7617. Select "N2-Other Websites" when asked "how were you referred to NYU?" Only online submissions will be accepted.

Deadline

Preference will be given to those that submit all materials (resume, cover letter and three letters of recommendation) between Dec 15, 2020 - Jan 10, 2021.

Questions?

For further inquiries, please contact Dr. Shiang, Director of the CWS Psychology Training Program, via email at js6716@nyu.edu.

NYU Student Health Center

Counseling and Wellness Services

726 Broadway, Suite 471
New York, NY 10003-9502

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Psychology Externship

Dr. Julia Shiang, Director

Open to all Ph.D. or Psy.D. candidates in graduate programs in the New York Metro area; expectation of 16-20 hours per week.

The NYU Student Health Center's Counseling and Wellness Services offers an opportunity to learn brief treatment approaches, referral skills, diagnostic formulation, and crisis management skills with a college and graduate student population. Experience running groups (CBT for Depression, etc) may be provided depending on readiness and clinical needs.

Third and fourth year Clinical/Counseling doctoral Psychology students are invited to apply, and exceptional second year students will be considered. Hospital clinical experience and/or demonstrated ability in intake, assessment and DSM diagnostic formulation are required.

Apply

Submit cover letter, CV, and three letters of recommendation sealed and signed by the recommender. Be sure to add on the top of your CV: your current contact information, your school’s Training Director’s contact information (email and telephone #).

» Submit in one packet to Dr. Julia Shiang 
at julia.shiang@nyu.edu or js6716@nyu.edu

Deadline

Review of completed applications will begin and end on the agreed-upon date by the New York City Association of Graduate schools for each year.  All completed applications received within this time frame will receive priority consideration.

Questions?

Contact Dr. Julia Shiang at js6716@nyu.edu.

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