Description: Kaiser Permanente Northern California Postdoctoral Residency Programs in Clinical Psychology offer over 70 one-year residency positions in seven training consortiums encompassing 18 training sites across Northern California. Six of our seven consortiums are APA-accredited. See website for training locations. Residency positions are designed to provide 2000 hours of supervised clinical postdoctoral training. Positions are 40 hours per week, temporary with benefits. Completion of this program will satisfy one of the requirements to sit for most state Board of Psychology licensing exams. Residents are based in departments of Psychiatry, Chemical Dependency, Chronic Pain, Behavioral Health or Behavioral Medicine, and are provided with two hours per week in each of the following activities: individual supervision; group supervision; and didactic training. Must have completed PhD, PsyD or EdD by program start date. See website for more information on doctoral degree requirements.
Responsibilities and Requirements: Provide assessment and psychotherapy of adults, adolescents, children and/or families in a brief therapy model. Conduct intake evaluations. Provide crisis intervention as needed. Co-facilitate psycho-educational groups. Conduct program evaluation and/or research project. Administer and interpret psychological tests and write reports. Participate in: regional, consortium, and departmental training activities; departmental administrative and educational meetings; and community partnership activities. Maintain confidential patient files/records and information in a timely manner. Comply with regional and local policies and procedures. Comply with APA's Code of Ethics and state laws pertaining to the delivery of mental health services. Other duties as assigned, including team-specific duties. All residents are under the direct supervision of licensed psychologists.
To Apply: Applications are submitted via APPA CAS. For the 2019-2020 training year, our APPA CAS track portals will open on November 15, 2018 and will close on January 11, 2019. Please note: this closing date may be extended at any time for any of our tracks. Please be sure to check APPA CAS to view which tracks continue to remain open or visit program web pages that correspond to the tracks, for extended deadline dates.
Please visit our website for APPA CAS and more information on how to apply: http://info.kaiserpermanente.org/html/psychtraining/how_to_apply_postdoctoral.html
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