THE ROBERT J. HARMON POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS IN INFANT AND EARLY CHILDHOOD MENTAL HEALTH
The Irving Harris Program in Child Development and Infant Mental Health at the University of Colorado School of Medicine was founded in 1996. The Harris Program provides direct services, consultation and outreach to early childhood agencies and engages in policy and systems building efforts throughout Colorado and nationally.
The Colorado Harris Program sponsors a 1-year clinical and didactic fellowship in early childhood mental health, development, parent-child therapy and consultation beginning September 2020. Clinical sites include behavioral health integration in primary and specialty care clinics, and outpatient/community-based services in under-served populations with a high proportion of Spanish speaking families. PhD/PsyD in clinical, school or counseling psychology and APA-accredited internship required (degree must be conferred by 8/31/20); demonstrated interest/experience with infants/young children preferred.
- Applicants must be U.S. citizens
- Stipend $50,004 FT plus benefits
- Application deadline is 12/12/19 by 5pm MST
More information about the fellowship and application procedures at:
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