Loyola Marymount University (LMU) announces the availability of fellowships for 2017-2018. This 9 month, two week Fellowship is designed to meet California’s licensure requirements of 1500 hours. The primary goal of this Fellowship is the refinement of applied professional skills through supervised practice, modeling, seminars, assigned readings, collegial interaction in a diverse and respectful university environment. Outreach and collaboration with other departments is also a vital part of this program.
Individual counseling and psychotherapy, couples psychotherapy, group counseling and psychotherapy, crisis assessment and intervention, consultation and outreach.
Three 9 month + two week positions (42 hours/week = 1500 hours) – competitive salary ($30,000) and full benefits (e.g., health, dental, vision coverage)
The position starts August 7, 2017 through May 25, 2018.
The training will include individual and group supervision, training seminars, and other professional development opportunities.
The successful candidate will have
Ph.D. or Psy.D. in psychology from an APA approved doctoral program in clinical or counseling psychology
Prior experience at a University Counseling Center is desired but not required
Demonstrated competency providing mental health and psychological services to students
Brief therapy experience
Group counseling and psychotherapy experience
Crisis Assessment and Intervention experience
Outreach and consultation experience
Strong demonstrated interest in diversity
Application deadline: January 5, 2017
LMU is embedded in the Jesuit and Marymount Tradition of academic excellence and education of the whole person. Located in West Los Angeles on a bluff overlooking Marina del Rey, the campus is in a quiet residential area and has open space and panoramic views. The Law School is located in downtown Los Angeles. Click here to receive some quick facts and figures on our institution.
Thank you for your time and effort in applying to the LMU Student Psychological Services Post-Doctoral Fellowship. We look forward to giving your materials our most serious consideration. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Tracy D. Shaw, Assistant Director/Training Coordinator at (310) 338-2868.
Post-Doc Application 2017-2018
Applications are completed through our Human Resources at jobs link