Individuals who have obtained a PhD in clinical, school, or counseling psychology are invited to apply for a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in the department of psychology at MMI. Fellowships are a one year, full time, 2000 hour, supervised clinical training experience designed to meet state licensure requirements and can be extended to 2 years, if desired, or needed for licensure. Fellowships focus on the delivery of evidence-based behavioral health services to children, adolescents and families in both urban and rural primary care settings, as well as, in interdisciplinary settings. Fellowships involve individualized research, supervision, and training activities, as well as, some teaching opportunities. Fellowships can involve participation in the LEND training program (Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities).
Joe Evans, PhD