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Message ID: 10089
Date: 2016-11-28

Author:Wilsie, Carisa C (HSC)

Subject:APA Accredited Postdoctoral Fellowships in Clinical Psychology - University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

APA ACCREDITED POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER Applications are currently being accepted for the APA accredited postdoctoral fellowship program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Positions in three areas of emphasis are available: (1) Pediatric Psychology, (2) Integrated Behavioral Services for Underserved Populations, and (3) Child Abuse and Neglect. Based on the scientist/practitioner model, the OUHSC program emphasizes the training and development of psychologists who can assume leadership roles in clinical service delivery, research, and teaching. As such, all fellows receive innovative training in service delivery and engage in active research programs. Fellows are required to spend at least 51% of their time in clinical activities and can spend the remaining time in research activities if so desired. Fellows typically join ongoing faculty projects, but opportunities for independent research exist as well. Grant writing opportunities are available and strongly encouraged. Seminars and didactics are required and funding opportunities to attend conferences are available. POSITIONS Child Abuse and Neglect (1 position anticipated): The Child Abuse and Neglect post-doctoral fellow will train at the Center on Child Abuse and Neglect (CCAN) located in the OUHSC Department of Pediatrics. The fellow will design their post-doctoral fellowship experience with their primary supervisor by selecting from a variety of research, training, and clinical opportunities. CCAN has active research programs in services outcome, implementation, and dissemination, funded by federal grants (e.g., NIMH, NIAAA, Fogarty International Center, CDC, HRSA, OJJDP, and Children’s Bureau), state contracts, and foundation grants. Fellows have the opportunity to join research teams on ongoing projects, access archival data, and initiate research. More information about this program can be found at http://www.oumedicine.com/psychiatry/training-programs/fellowship-in-clinical-psychology . Advanced clinical training experiences in evidence-based treatments of Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Treatment for Children with Problematic Sexual Behavior, and Adolescents with Problematic Sexual Behavior programs are available through CCAN clinics, as well as training in SafeCare for child neglect through research programs. Fellows will participate in a two-semester Interdisciplinary Training Program in Child Abuse and Neglect (ITP) for advanced students in psychology, medicine, dentistry, occupational therapy/physical therapy, law, social work, education, public health, nursing, sociology, and related disciplines (see http://www.oumedicine.com/itp ). Established in 1987, the ITP provides specialized training in clinical practice, prevention, policy formation, child advocacy, research, and administration in the field of child abuse and neglect. Additional training opportunities are available through CCAN’s Native American Programs including Project Making Medicine http://www.oumedicine.com/pediatrics/department-sections/developmental-behavioral-pediatrics/center-on-child-abuse-and-neglect/programs-and-clinical-services/native-american-programs . Please contact Dr. Carisa Wilsie (carisa-wilsie@ouhsc.edu ) for more information. Integrated Behavioral Services for Underserved Populations (IBSUP) (4 positions): The IBSUP Fellows will be trained to provide psychological services for children, adults, and families in primary care settings. These Fellowships are funded by the Health Research and Services Administration (HRSA) in the Department of Health and Human Services and are designed to prepare psychology Fellows to provide evidence-based services in settings that integrate primary and behavioral health services for underserved populations. The clinical experiences will be in a variety of settings, including a VA Primary Care Clinic; the Fostering Hope Clinic, a specialized clinic for children in foster care; the Variety Health Clinic, a community-based clinic; an Indian Health Service Clinic; and the Latino Clinic, a pediatric primary health care clinic for Spanish-speaking families. The Fellows will develop a training plan with their primary supervisor that includes a variety of didactic, clinical, and research activities and will participate in the Interdisciplinary Training Program in Child Abuse and Neglect (ITP), an award-winning two semester program, as part of the training. More information about the Fellowships can be found at http://www.oumedicine.com/psychiatry/training-programs/fellowship-in-clinical-psychology . Please contact Dr. Barbara Bonner (Barbara-Bonner@ouhsc.edu ) for more information. Pediatric Psychology – General (2 positions): Therapy, assessment, and consultation opportunities are available for fellows in pediatric psychology in a variety of clinics and inpatient services including hematology/oncology, pediatric transplant, and a hospital-wide consultation-liaison service. Specialty outpatient clinic rotations include pain management, behavioral sleep medicine, obesity, kidney transplant, liver transplant, assessment clinic, sickle cell disease, hemophilia, and pediatric cancer, including brain tumor clinic and a late effects clinic for children and adolescents who have completed cancer treatment. Outpatient primary care services are available in a general pediatrics clinic, Fostering Hope Clinic for children and adolescents in foster care placements, and a Latino outreach clinic. Fellows provide services as part of a hospital-wide inpatient consultation-liaison service, working with the families of children and adolescents with a variety of acute and chronic medical conditions. Trainees have the opportunity to consult for various medical specialties, participate as a member of multidisciplinary treatment teams, attend didactics regarding pediatrics and primary care, and participate in research projects and/or grant-writing. Training takes place primarily at the Children’s Hospital at the University of Oklahoma Medical Center. More information about this program can be found at http://www.oumedicine.com/psychiatry/training-programs/fellowship-in-clinical-psychology . Please contact Dr. Stephen Gillaspy (Stephen-Gillaspy@ouhsc.edu ) for more information. Pediatric Psychology – Hematology/Oncology (1 position): The Fellow will participate in an NIH-funded project involving an interdisciplinary intervention for parents of children newly diagnosed with cancer. The Fellow will serve as an interventionist on this project. This grant project is a collaboration between OUHSC, Oklahoma State University, and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. The fellow will also provide clinical services in the Jimmy Everest Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders in Children and will have opportunities to participate in other pediatric psychology rotations available at OUHSC. Specialty outpatient clinic rotations in hematology/oncology include pediatric sickle cell disease, hemophilia, brain tumor clinic, and a pediatric cancer survivorship clinic. Fellows will work with children and adolescents with cancer or blood disorders in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Fellows will work as a part of the medical treatment team and will have opportunities for multidisciplinary collaboration, attendance at didactic activities, and participation in research projects and grant-writing. Training takes place primarily at the Jimmy Everest Center at OU Children’s Physicians and the Children’s Hospital at the University of Oklahoma Medical Center. More information about this program can be found at http://www.oumedicine.com/psychiatry/training-programs/fellowship-in-clinical-psychology . Please contact Dr. Sunnye Mayes (Sunnye-Mayes@ouhsc.edu ) for more information. Native American Programs (1 position anticipated): The Native American Programs Post-Doctoral Fellow will train at the Center on Child Abuse and Neglect (CCAN) located in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (see www.oumedicine.com/ccan). The Fellow will design their post-doctoral fellowship experience with their primary supervisor by selecting from a variety of research, training, and clinical opportunities available in the Section on Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. This fellowship will emphasize program and services for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) children and their families. The CCAN has active research programs in services outcome, implementation, and dissemination funded by federal grants (e.g., NIMH, NIAAA, Fogarty International Center, CDC, HRSA, OJJDP and Children’s Bureau; state contracts; and foundation grants. Fellows have the opportunity to join research teams in ongoing projects, access archival data, and initiate research. Information about our faculty and research programs can be found at www.icctc.org , www.oumedicine.com/csccanfaculty and www.oumedicine.com/csccanresearch . In addition, other research opportunities include the SafeCare program with a focus on child neglect. Advanced clinical training experiences is available in culturally adapted evidence-based treatment approaches for American Indian children and families, including Honoring Children Series (Honoring Children, Mending the Circle; Honoring Children, Making Relatives; and Honoring Children, Respectful Ways). Other evidence-based approaches are utilized, including Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Treatment for Children with Sexual Behavior Problems and Adolescent Sexual Offender Treatment program. The Native American Programs Post-Doctoral Fellow will have additional opportunities within Project Making Medicine, a program funded by the Children’s Bureau (HHS) specifically for clinical training in the treatment of child physical and sexual abuse in Indian Country. Other opportunities include the Garrett Lee Smith Suicide Prevention program and the Indian Health Service (IHS) Suicide Prevention program administered by the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma and the ODMHSAS State-Tribal Working Group. Please contact Dr. Dee Bigfoot (Dee-Bigfoot@ouhsc.edu ) for more information. HOW TO APPLY Application and Selection Process Applicants must have completed all requirements of an APA/CPA-approved doctoral program in psychology and a one-year APA/CPA approved internship. Applications need to be submitted through the APPIC Psychology Postdoctoral Application Centralized Application System (APPA-CAS). Applications will start being reviewed as early as November 1, 2016; interviews will begin on or before December 1, 2016; Offers will be made according to the APPIC Notification Date of February 27, 2017. The Program will also accept applications from individuals who have completed all requirements of a university based APA/CPA-approved program of postdoctoral education for retraining in clinical or counseling psychology. The program must conform to the guidelines established by the APA Council of Representatives. Each applicant is to submit a complete set of application materials. In order to have your application reviewed the following are required; Central Application form, curriculum vitae, a cover letter stating professional goals for the postdoctoral fellowship and graduate transcript. Uploaded material should include: 1. A letter of interest, including a discussion of training and career goals, including the status of your dissertation and/or completeness of all doctoral degree requirements. 2. A copy of your curriculum vitae containing background information, academic and clinical experience. 3. Three letters of reference. 4. A copy of your graduate transcript. A selection committee will be reviewing each application. We must limit the number of applicants who interview. All site visits are on an invitation-only basis. Please plan to stay for a full day. We normally schedule site visits at least two weeks in advance. Telephone interviews are also available. Our postdoctoral fellowship start date is September 1. For program inquiries, contact: ​Demaree States Program Coordinator, Clinical Psychology Fellowship Program University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences 920 Stanton L. Young Blvd., Room WP-3440 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104-5036 405-271-5253 ext. 47680 THE SETTING The Clinical Psychology Postdoctoral Training Program is offered through the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences on the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center campus, located at 920 Stanton L. Young Blvd., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Affiliated training agencies include OU Medical Center (Children's Hospital and Presbyterian Hospital), Department of Pediatrics and OU Children’s Physician’s outpatient clinics, the Child Study Center, the Center on Child Abuse and Neglect, and Veteran's Affairs Medical Center. Affiliated training agencies are located together in a large medical complex campus. The Clinical Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship is administratively housed in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences; however, faculty from the Oklahoma City VAMC, OUHSC Department of Pediatrics, and other departments participate in training postdoctoral fellows. The training program has approximately 58 full-time psychologists, and fellows work closely with other medical and allied health professionals. In addition to the Clinical Psychology Fellowship, the educational programs of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences include a psychiatric residency, a predoctoral clinical psychology internship, a pediatric psychiatry fellowship, and undergraduate medical education. The Department offers all students, whether they are psychology fellows, psychiatric residents, or medical students, ample opportunity and interaction with other professionals in mental health services and other interdisciplinary providers are available for consultation. Carisa C. Wilsie, Ph.D. Clinical Assistant Professor University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Child Study Center 1100 N.E. 13th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73117 Phone: 405-271-5700 ext. 45132 Fax: 405-271-8835 CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This e-mail, including any attachments, contains information from The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, which may be confidential or privileged. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity named above. If you are not the intended recipient, be aware that any disclosure, copying, distribution or use of the contents of this information is prohibited. If you have received this email in error, please notify the sender immediately by "reply to sender only" message and destroy all electronic and hard copies of the communication, including attachments.

APA ACCREDITED POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER Applications are currently being accepted for the APA accredited postdoctoral fellowship program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Positions in three areas of emphasis are available: (1) Pediatric Psychology, (2) Integrated Behavioral Services for Underserved Populations, and (3) Child Abuse and Neglect. Based on the scientist/practitioner model, the OUHSC program emphasizes the training and development of psychologists who can assume leadership roles in clinical service delivery, research, and teaching. As such, all fellows receive innovative training in service delivery and engage in active research programs. Fellows are required to spend at least 51% of their time in clinical activities and can spend the remaining time in research activities if so desired. Fellows typically join ongoing faculty projects, but opportunities for independent research exist as well. Grant writing opportunities are available and strongly encouraged. Seminars and didactics are required and funding opportunities to attend conferences are available. POSITIONS Child Abuse and Neglect (1 position anticipated): The Child Abuse and Neglect post-doctoral fellow will train at the Center on Child Abuse and Neglect (CCAN) located in the OUHSC Department of Pediatrics. The fellow will design their post-doctoral fellowship experience with their primary supervisor by selecting from a variety of research, training, and clinical opportunities. CCAN has active research programs in services outcome, implementation, and dissemination, funded by federal grants (e.g., NIMH, NIAAA, Fogarty International Center, CDC, HRSA, OJJDP, and Children’s Bureau), state contracts, and foundation grants. Fellows have the opportunity to join research teams on ongoing projects, access archival data, and initiate research. More information about this program can be found at http://www.oumedicine.com/psychiatry/training-programs/fellowship-in-clinical-psychology . Advanced clinical training experiences in evidence-based treatments of Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Treatment for Children with Problematic Sexual Behavior, and Adolescents with Problematic Sexual Behavior programs are available through CCAN clinics, as well as training in SafeCare for child neglect through research programs. Fellows will participate in a two-semester Interdisciplinary Training Program in Child Abuse and Neglect (ITP) for advanced students in psychology, medicine, dentistry, occupational therapy/physical therapy, law, social work, education, public health, nursing, sociology, and related disciplines (see http://www.oumedicine.com/itp ). Established in 1987, the ITP provides specialized training in clinical practice, prevention, policy formation, child advocacy, research, and administration in the field of child abuse and neglect. Additional training opportunities are available through CCAN’s Native American Programs including Project Making Medicine http://www.oumedicine.com/pediatrics/department-sections/developmental-behavioral-pediatrics/center-on-child-abuse-and-neglect/programs-and-clinical-services/native-american-programs . Please contact Dr. Carisa Wilsie (carisa-wilsieouhsc.edu ) for more information. Integrated Behavioral Services for Underserved Populations (IBSUP) (4 positions): The IBSUP Fellows will be trained to provide psychological services for children, adults, and families in primary care settings. These Fellowships are funded by the Health Research and Services Administration (HRSA) in the Department of Health and Human Services and are designed to prepare psychology Fellows to provide evidence-based services in settings that integrate primary and behavioral health services for underserved populations. The clinical experiences will be in a variety of settings, including a VA Primary Care Clinic; the Fostering Hope Clinic, a specialized clinic for children in foster care; the Variety Health Clinic, a community-based clinic; an Indian Health Service Clinic; and the Latino Clinic, a pediatric primary health care clinic for Spanish-speaking families. The Fellows will develop a training plan with their primary supervisor that includes a variety of didactic, clinical, and research activities and will participate in the Interdisciplinary Training Program in Child Abuse and Neglect (ITP), an award-winning two semester program, as part of the training. More information about the Fellowships can be found at http://www.oumedicine.com/psychiatry/training-programs/fellowship-in-clinical-psychology . Please contact Dr. Barbara Bonner (Barbara-Bonnerouhsc.edu ) for more information. Pediatric Psychology – General (2 positions): Therapy, assessment, and consultation opportunities are available for fellows in pediatric psychology in a variety of clinics and inpatient services including hematology/oncology, pediatric transplant, and a hospital-wide consultation-liaison service. Specialty outpatient clinic rotations include pain management, behavioral sleep medicine, obesity, kidney transplant, liver transplant, assessment clinic, sickle cell disease, hemophilia, and pediatric cancer, including brain tumor clinic and a late effects clinic for children and adolescents who have completed cancer treatment. Outpatient primary care services are available in a general pediatrics clinic, Fostering Hope Clinic for children and adolescents in foster care placements, and a Latino outreach clinic. Fellows provide services as part of a hospital-wide inpatient consultation-liaison service, working with the families of children and adolescents with a variety of acute and chronic medical conditions. Trainees have the opportunity to consult for various medical specialties, participate as a member of multidisciplinary treatment teams, attend didactics regarding pediatrics and primary care, and participate in research projects and/or grant-writing. Training takes place primarily at the Children’s Hospital at the University of Oklahoma Medical Center. More information about this program can be found at http://www.oumedicine.com/psychiatry/training-programs/fellowship-in-clinical-psychology . Please contact Dr. Stephen Gillaspy (Stephen-Gillaspyouhsc.edu ) for more information. Pediatric Psychology – Hematology/Oncology (1 position): The Fellow will participate in an NIH-funded project involving an interdisciplinary intervention for parents of children newly diagnosed with cancer. The Fellow will serve as an interventionist on this project. This grant project is a collaboration between OUHSC, Oklahoma State University, and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. The fellow will also provide clinical services in the Jimmy Everest Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders in Children and will have opportunities to participate in other pediatric psychology rotations available at OUHSC. Specialty outpatient clinic rotations in hematology/oncology include pediatric sickle cell disease, hemophilia, brain tumor clinic, and a pediatric cancer survivorship clinic. Fellows will work with children and adolescents with cancer or blood disorders in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Fellows will work as a part of the medical treatment team and will have opportunities for multidisciplinary collaboration, attendance at didactic activities, and participation in research projects and grant-writing. Training takes place primarily at the Jimmy Everest Center at OU Children’s Physicians and the Children’s Hospital at the University of Oklahoma Medical Center. More information about this program can be found at http://www.oumedicine.com/psychiatry/training-programs/fellowship-in-clinical-psychology . Please contact Dr. Sunnye Mayes (Sunnye-Mayesouhsc.edu ) for more information. Native American Programs (1 position anticipated): The Native American Programs Post-Doctoral Fellow will train at the Center on Child Abuse and Neglect (CCAN) located in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (see www.oumedicine.com/ccan). The Fellow will design their post-doctoral fellowship experience with their primary supervisor by selecting from a variety of research, training, and clinical opportunities available in the Section on Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. This fellowship will emphasize program and services for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) children and their families. The CCAN has active research programs in services outcome, implementation, and dissemination funded by federal grants (e.g., NIMH, NIAAA, Fogarty International Center, CDC, HRSA, OJJDP and Children’s Bureau; state contracts; and foundation grants. Fellows have the opportunity to join research teams in ongoing projects, access archival data, and initiate research. Information about our faculty and research programs can be found at www.icctc.org , www.oumedicine.com/csccanfaculty and www.oumedicine.com/csccanresearch . In addition, other research opportunities include the SafeCare program with a focus on child neglect. Advanced clinical training experiences is available in culturally adapted evidence-based treatment approaches for American Indian children and families, including Honoring Children Series (Honoring Children, Mending the Circle; Honoring Children, Making Relatives; and Honoring Children, Respectful Ways). Other evidence-based approaches are utilized, including Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Treatment for Children with Sexual Behavior Problems and Adolescent Sexual Offender Treatment program. The Native American Programs Post-Doctoral Fellow will have additional opportunities within Project Making Medicine, a program funded by the Children’s Bureau (HHS) specifically for clinical training in the treatment of child physical and sexual abuse in Indian Country. Other opportunities include the Garrett Lee Smith Suicide Prevention program and the Indian Health Service (IHS) Suicide Prevention program administered by the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma and the ODMHSAS State-Tribal Working Group. Please contact Dr. Dee Bigfoot (Dee-Bigfootouhsc.edu ) for more information. HOW TO APPLY Application and Selection Process Applicants must have completed all requirements of an APA/CPA-approved doctoral program in psychology and a one-year APA/CPA approved internship. Applications need to be submitted through the APPIC Psychology Postdoctoral Application Centralized Application System (APPA-CAS). Applications will start being reviewed as early as November 1, 2016; interviews will begin on or before December 1, 2016; Offers will be made according to the APPIC Notification Date of February 27, 2017. The Program will also accept applications from individuals who have completed all requirements of a university based APA/CPA-approved program of postdoctoral education for retraining in clinical or counseling psychology. The program must conform to the guidelines established by the APA Council of Representatives. Each applicant is to submit a complete set of application materials. In order to have your application reviewed the following are required; Central Application form, curriculum vitae, a cover letter stating professional goals for the postdoctoral fellowship and graduate transcript. Uploaded material should include: 1. A letter of interest, including a discussion of training and career goals, including the status of your dissertation and/or completeness of all doctoral degree requirements. 2. A copy of your curriculum vitae containing background information, academic and clinical experience. 3. Three letters of reference. 4. A copy of your graduate transcript. A selection committee will be reviewing each application. We must limit the number of applicants who interview. All site visits are on an invitation-only basis. Please plan to stay for a full day. We normally schedule site visits at least two weeks in advance. Telephone interviews are also available. Our postdoctoral fellowship start date is September 1. For program inquiries, contact: ​Demaree States Program Coordinator, Clinical Psychology Fellowship Program University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences 920 Stanton L. Young Blvd., Room WP-3440 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104-5036 405-271-5253 ext. 47680 THE SETTING The Clinical Psychology Postdoctoral Training Program is offered through the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences on the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center campus, located at 920 Stanton L. Young Blvd., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Affiliated training agencies include OU Medical Center (Children's Hospital and Presbyterian Hospital), Department of Pediatrics and OU Children’s Physician’s outpatient clinics, the Child Study Center, the Center on Child Abuse and Neglect, and Veteran's Affairs Medical Center. Affiliated training agencies are located together in a large medical complex campus. The Clinical Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship is administratively housed in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences; however, faculty from the Oklahoma City VAMC, OUHSC Department of Pediatrics, and other departments participate in training postdoctoral fellows. The training program has approximately 58 full-time psychologists, and fellows work closely with other medical and allied health professionals. In addition to the Clinical Psychology Fellowship, the educational programs of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences include a psychiatric residency, a predoctoral clinical psychology internship, a pediatric psychiatry fellowship, and undergraduate medical education. The Department offers all students, whether they are psychology fellows, psychiatric residents, or medical students, ample opportunity and interaction with other professionals in mental health services and other interdisciplinary providers are available for consultation. Carisa C. Wilsie, Ph.D. Clinical Assistant Professor University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Child Study Center 1100 N.E. 13th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73117 Phone: 405-271-5700 ext. 45132 Fax: 405-271-8835 CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This e-mail, including any attachments, contains information from The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, which may be confidential or privileged. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity named above. If you are not the intended recipient, be aware that any disclosure, copying, distribution or use of the contents of this information is prohibited. If you have received this email in error, please notify the sender immediately by "reply to sender only" message and destroy all electronic and hard copies of the communication, including attachments.