The University of Michigan Counseling and Psychological Services provides a full-time, twelve-month Post-Doctoral Fellowship. We are currently looking to fill remaining openings for the 2024-2025 training year. Our program is in compliance with the requisites for APPIC membership and is listed in the current APPIC Directory. We are currently accepting applications on a rolling basis. Applications should consist of a cover letter, CV, and list of two references, with one of those being a current clinical supervisor. We also require a copy of a candidate's official transcripts. Please send materials via email to Ed Huebner, LMSW at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Post-Doctoral Fellows provide service in: initial clinical evaluation; individual counseling and psychotherapy (both brief and longer when appropriate); crisis intervention and emergency services; third party consultation; outreach; program development; group interventions (structured, semi-structured or process groups); and supervision of practicum students. Opportunities are available to conduct specialized clinical screening assessments of alcohol and other drugs and eating and body image issues. Fellows also serve on agency committees.
In addition, Post-Doctoral Fellows will develop an area of specialization. Examples include but are not limited to:
1. Administration (e.g. clinical, training, or outreach)
2. Clinical Practice (e.g. mindfulness-based therapies; couples; brief treatment of trauma; focused services to students with a particular social identity such as students of color or LGBT students)
3. Outreach (e.g. to specific campus communities, and/or general programming)
Our curriculum provides advanced training and clinical experience in culturally sensitive services to university students with a wide range of developmental issues and mental health concerns. Within the context of our multicultural, multidisciplinary, and multi-theoretical setting, our aim is to support entry-level professionals as they get ready for licensure, and to prepare them to move with competence, creativity and flexibility into professional positions in a range of settings, with a focus on counseling center practice. Experiential learning is supported by a variety of supervisory, mentoring, and educational experiences. Fellows receive formal feedback and evaluation during the fall, winter and Spring/Summer terms.
Orientation begins August 5, 2024.
ABOUT UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN - ANN ARBOR
The University of Michigan's CAPS is a multidisciplinary, multicultural, and multi-theoretical university counseling center that provides a wide range of mental health services for a diverse student body of over 50,000 students. CAPS provides culturally sensitive clinical services, outreach programming, and training opportunities. CAPS is a highly collaborative unit with close working relationships with many units on campus, especially University Health Service (UHS), Wolverine Wellness, Michigan Medicine, Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center (SAPAC), Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA), Spectrum Center, and the Dean of Students office.
Within the context of our multicultural, multidisciplinary, and multi-theoretical setting, our aim is to support entry-level professionals as they get ready for licensure, and to prepare them to move with competence, creativity and flexibility into professional positions in a range of settings, with a focus on counseling center practice. Experiential learning is supported by a variety of supervisory, mentoring, and educational experiences.
About the Ann Arbor Community
Ann Arbor is a culturally diverse community with all the amenities of a large city in a small town setting. Detroit Metropolitan International Airport is 30 minutes away. The Great Lakes and numerous inland lakes offer a variety of recreational opportunities in a four-season climate. For further information about Ann Arbor, please visit https://www.visitannarbor.org/