Postdoctoral Fellowship in Psychology

University of Idaho,

Counseling & Testing Center
Last Posted:

Thu, Feb 8th, '18


For first consideration, please apply by March 2, 2018.

Start Date:

August 6th 2018

Last Updated:

Mon, Feb 12th, '18

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  • Full Time

The Counseling & Testing Center (CTC) at the University of Idaho is offering one and possibly two full-time, 12-month, non-recurring post-doctoral fellowship(s), depending on funding. The postdoctoral fellowship is designed for individuals who are seeking to expand their clinical skills, develop new competencies, integrate their identity as a psychologist and receive appropriate supervised experiences to facilitate obtaining licensure as a psychologist.  There will be an opportunity to work with a wide range of diagnostic issues and experience the full range of direct and indirect services offered by a university counseling center. These will include individual, couples and group counseling, crisis intervention, consultation, and outreach services to University of Idaho students.  The position will include opportunities to receive focused training in psychological testing. The postdoctoral fellow(s) will receive appropriate supervised experiences to facilitate obtaining licensure as a psychologist.


Counseling & Testing Center

The CTC is the primary provider of psychological services for the University of Idaho student population.  The CTC offers individual and couples counseling, crisis intervention, outreach programs, consultation, and psychoeducational assessment services.  The CTC utilizes a developmental model, focusing on personal development, coping skills, treatment, and wellness within a brief therapy framework.  The CTC also has an APA accredited doctoral internship in professional psychology.  The University of Idaho and the CTC are committed to promoting and enhancing social justice and diversity and we are actively seeking a colleague who shares in this commitment.


University Description


Founded in 1889, the University of Idaho is a comprehensive land-grant institution, with the principal responsibility for research and the granting of advanced degrees in Idaho.  The main residential campus is located in Moscow, Idaho and the UI maintains resident instruction centers and extension offices throughout the state.  The UI offers more than 140 undergraduate degree programs and awards Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D., and Juris Doctorate degrees. The University of Idaho has a partnership with the University of Washington’s medical education program and Idaho medical students complete their first two years of medical training on our campus. Academic programs are offered through nine colleges:  Total enrollment is over 11,500 students, 25% of which are graduate and professional students. 

 The University of Idaho and the CTC are committed to a campus community enriched by diversity and campus programs include the Office of Multicultural Affairs, the College Assistance Migrant Program, the Native American Student Center, federally funded TRiO programs to provide academic assistance to underrepresented groups, Disability Services, the Women’s Center (one of the longest running in the nation), Veteran’s Affairs, and the LGBTQA Center. 


Region Description

Moscow is a university town with a highly skilled and educated work force employed by the city’s many thriving businesses. The city of Pullman is 8 miles from Moscow and is home to Washington State University. The combined population of Moscow-Pullman is more than 55,000 with 41,500 students enrolled on the two campuses. 

In addition to Moscow's fine business and educational reputation, the City's arts community has gained national attention.  The Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival, Festival Dance, Idaho Repertory Theatre, Renaissance Fair, Rendezvous in the Park, Artwalk and the Prichard Art Gallery are reasons why Moscow is known as the "Heart of the Arts." Moscow has been rated as one of the "Best 100 Small Art Towns in America” and has also been named as one of the “10 Best College Towns” in 2014 by Livability Magazine and as one of the “Best College Towns in America” in 2016 by College Rank.


• Completion of doctoral internship prior to starting date
• Earned Ph.D or PsyD in clinical or counseling psychology (ABD considered)
• Experience conducting individual counseling with young adults
• Demonstrated commitment to multicultural competency


APA accredited doctoral program and/or internship
• Completed doctoral degree
• Experience in college or university counseling centers
• Experience in crisis intervention, outreach, consultation, substance abuse, and/or psychoeducational assessment


$39,000 annually

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