Postdoctoral Fellowship (2 positions)

Montclair State University,

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Last Posted:

Mon, Dec 4th, '17


January 12, 2018

Start Date:

September 4, 2018

Last Updated:

Mon, Dec 4th, '17

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  • Full Time

Designed for a professional interested in working in a University Counseling Center, this 12 month position combines clinical work, supervision, and outreach. The professional will deliver a full range of clinical services to a college student population including assessment, consultation, individual and group treatment. There will also be opportunities to provide supervision to graduate student trainees as well as provide outreach and emergency services to the University community. Time during the summer months will be provided for licensing exam preparation. Fellows will be involved in weekly clinical seminars and will participate in both individual and group supervision with licensed psychologists.


Montclair State University is the second largest university in New Jersey, offering the advantages of size combined with a small college’s attention to students, and suburban location with close proximity to New York City. The University enrolls about 16, 000 undergraduate and 4, 000 graduate students.

Region Description:

Montclair, New Jersey is a beautiful, diverse suburb, approximately 12 miles from New York City with direct train access.


Successful candidates will have completed all professional doctoral degree requirements (dissertation and internship) in clinical, counseling, or school psychology from an accredited program prior to the fellowship start date. Additionally, professional experience and competence working with multicultural diversity is required.


Preferred qualifications and experience include a minimum of one year of University Counseling Center experience, APA approved program and pre-doctoral internship, short-term psychotherapy experience, and passion for outreach.


 $40,000 (benefits optional)


Cover letter indicating your interest, how the fellowship relates to your professional goals, status of your dissertation and expected date of graduation.

Current Vitae

Transcripts of graduate work

Three letters of recommendation representing both academic work and internship 

Letter of readiness from your academic program