Residency in Clinical Child Psychology

Job Description
Residency in Clinical Child Psychology
Trauma and Attachment Focus

We are excited to announce a new opening for a Postdoctoral residency under the supervision of a licensed clinical psychologist with an OBPE Board-approved Resident Supervision Contract.

Resident Training Opportunities and Responsibilities:
*Provide individual and family therapy
*Co-facilitate groups for parents, teens, and children focusing on emotional regulation, attachment, and trauma
*Prioritization of therapy cases involving acute and chronic trauma, early childhood attachment disruption, traumatic loss, adoption, and foster care.
*Psychological assessment including evaluations of children in DHS custody
*Assist in development and implementation of trauma-focused group therapy programs
*Trauma and Attachment-Focused literature review
*Training in TFCBT, trauma-focused narrative work, EMDR, PCIT, TBRI, and other attachment-focused techniques
*Observe intake and feedback sessions of other licensed providers
*Care coordination and consultation
*Completing documentation
*Report writing
*Attendance of weekly training and consultation meetings with staff psychologists
*2 hours of 1:1 supervision weekly for full-time residents
*1500 hours of psychological services (50 weeks full-time) in total. We are open to the option of half-time over a 24-month period as well if this is the resident’s preference.

Eligibility: We seek candidates who will have completed an APA-accredited doctoral program in clinical or counseling psychology and an APA-accredited internship as of the start of the residency. The dissertation and all doctoral degree requirements must be verified as completed prior to the fellowship start date. We encourage applications from individuals with diverse backgrounds and with a variety of experiences. As an equal opportunity training program, we welcome and strongly encourage applications from all qualified candidates, regardless of racial, ethnic, religious, sexual orientation, disability, or other minority status.

Application Process: Qualified applicants must submit the following to

  1. A letter of interest with a brief summary of your interests and qualifications for this specialty training, why you are interested in this position, and aspirations for your psychology career.
  2. Curriculum Vitae (including a brief description of your internship rotations)
  3. Three letters of recommendation (at least one from an internship supervisor)

Interviews will be ongoing until the position is filled. We will invite qualified applicants for interviews in December 2020 and January 2021 once we have received all of the application material. Start date is negotiable, but no later than October 1, 2021. Please email Dr. Burr-Harris with any additional questions.

Direct Supervisor: Ally Burr-Harris, Ph.D.
Phone: 503-452-8002 ext 144
Training Director: Rose Eagle, Ph.D.