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Message ID: 8437
Date: 2010-03-11

Author:Sandra J Bishop-Josef

Subject:postdoctoral fellowship, child maltreatment

APA ACCREDITED POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER Applications are currently being accepted for an APA accredited postdoctoral fellowship program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. 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. The fellow must submit at least one manuscript to a peer-reviewed journal each year. 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. Please contact Dr. Melanie Nelson ( Melanie-Nelson@ouhsc.edu ) for more information. Child Abuse and Neglect (1 position available): 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. 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 on ongoing projects, access archival data, and initiate research. Information about the faculty and research programs can be found at http://www.oumedicine.com/body.cfm?id=1521&oTopID=1521 and http://www.oumedicine.com/body.cfm?id=1518&oTopID=1518 . Advanced clinical training experiences in evidence-based treatments of Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Treatment for Children with Sexual Behavior Programs, and Adolescents with Illegal Sexual Behavior Treatment 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/body.cfm?id=1542 ). 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. Fellows will utilize ITP training in the Interdisciplinary Training Initiative for Underserved Children (ITIUC) program, with the goal to improve the health of abused or traumatized children and adolescents by increasing psychology trainees’ competencies including knowledge, attitudes, and skills. Additional training opportunities are available through CCAN’s Native American Programs including Project Making Medicine ( http://www.oumedicine.com/body.cfm?id=1511&oTopID=4532 ). A doctorate from an APA approved clinical or counseling psychology program and completion of an APA accredited one-year clinical internship are required. Each applicant is to submit a complete set of application materials. A completed application set includes: (1) letter of interest, including career goals; (2) OUHSC application form (available at: http://www.oumedicine.com/body.cfm?id=3707 ); (3) a curriculum vitae containing academic background information and field experience; (4) three letters of recommendation, sealed with writer’s signature across the flap; (5) an official graduate transcript of all graduate academic work; (6) a “Verification of Completion of Doctorate” form signed by your dissertation chair (available at: http://www.oumedicine.com/body.cfm?id=3707 ). In addition, if available, please send two copies of the standard APPIC form used to apply for internship. If you do not have a completed APPIC form, there is no need to complete one. We need an original and one copy of all documents except the letters of recommendation. Forms should be submitted to Russell L. Adams, Ph.D., ABPP, Director of Postdoctoral Training, PO Box 26901, WP 3440, Oklahoma City, OK 73190-3048. POSITIONS WILL BE FILLED AS APPLICATIONS ARE RECEIVED. These are all one year positions with the option of a second year and are to begin August 31, 2010. Benefits are included and salary is competitive. The OUHSC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to diversity. 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. Consortium agencies include OU Medical Center (Children's Hospital and its clinics, Everett Tower, Presbyterian Hospital) the Child Study Center, and Veteran's Affairs Medical Center. Consortium agencies are located together in a large medical complex. The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences has approximately 48 full-time faculty members, including approximately 20 psychiatrists, 25 psychologists, and 3 psychiatric social workers. In addition, there are five part-time faculty, and other supporting staff such as psychometrists, and psychiatric nurses. Faculty members from other academic departments all teach or provide supervision. There are 17 psychologists in the Department of Pediatrics, and one psychologist in the Department of Neurology. All psychologists are on campus and most in full time positions. All together 43 one site psychologist participate in one or both of our postdoctoral training programs. The educational programs of the department include the two separately accredited postdoctoral programs discussed above, a psychiatric residency, a predoctoral clinical psychology internship, and undergraduate medical education. The department offers all students, whether they be psychology fellows, psychiatric residents, or medical students, repeated and intense exposure to all the disciplines in the mental health field; thus, the Fellows will receive most of their supervision from psychologists, as well as some supervision from psychiatrists and social workers. Oklahoma City is a friendly city with much to see and do. We enjoy a range of seasons, diverse cultural offerings, including innovative art and theater, professional and collegiate sporting events, and exceptional music venues. The low cost of living adds to the advantages found in the metro area and helps create a wonderful place to live and work. OUHSC was named one of the Top 4 Places to work in Academia by The Scientist magazine in October 2009. Sandra J. Bishop-Josef, Ph.D. Assistant Director, Edward Zigler Center in Child Development and Social Policy Associate Research Scientist, Child Study Center, School of Medicine Yale University 310 Prospect Street New Haven, CT 06511 Phone: 203-432-9935 FAX: 203-432-7147 E-mail: sandra.bishop@yale.edu www.ziglercenter.yale.edu Please be aware that email communication can be intercepted in transmission or misdirected. Please consider communicating any sensitive information by telephone, fax or mail. The information contained in this message may be privileged and confidential. If you are NOT the intended recipient, please notify the sender immediately with a copy to hipaa.security@yale.edu and destroy this message.

APA ACCREDITED POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER Applications are currently being accepted for an APA accredited postdoctoral fellowship program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. 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. The fellow must submit at least one manuscript to a peer-reviewed journal each year. 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. Please contact Dr. Melanie Nelson ( Melanie-Nelsonouhsc.edu ) for more information. Child Abuse and Neglect (1 position available): 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. 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 on ongoing projects, access archival data, and initiate research. Information about the faculty and research programs can be found at http://www.oumedicine.com/body.cfm?id=1521&oTopID=1521 and http://www.oumedicine.com/body.cfm?id=1518&oTopID=1518 . Advanced clinical training experiences in evidence-based treatments of Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Treatment for Children with Sexual Behavior Programs, and Adolescents with Illegal Sexual Behavior Treatment 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/body.cfm?id=1542 ). 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. Fellows will utilize ITP training in the Interdisciplinary Training Initiative for Underserved Children (ITIUC) program, with the goal to improve the health of abused or traumatized children and adolescents by increasing psychology trainees’ competencies including knowledge, attitudes, and skills. Additional training opportunities are available through CCAN’s Native American Programs including Project Making Medicine ( http://www.oumedicine.com/body.cfm?id=1511&oTopID=4532 ). A doctorate from an APA approved clinical or counseling psychology program and completion of an APA accredited one-year clinical internship are required. Each applicant is to submit a complete set of application materials. A completed application set includes: (1) letter of interest, including career goals; (2) OUHSC application form (available at: http://www.oumedicine.com/body.cfm?id=3707 ); (3) a curriculum vitae containing academic background information and field experience; (4) three letters of recommendation, sealed with writer’s signature across the flap; (5) an official graduate transcript of all graduate academic work; (6) a “Verification of Completion of Doctorate” form signed by your dissertation chair (available at: http://www.oumedicine.com/body.cfm?id=3707 ). In addition, if available, please send two copies of the standard APPIC form used to apply for internship. If you do not have a completed APPIC form, there is no need to complete one. We need an original and one copy of all documents except the letters of recommendation. Forms should be submitted to Russell L. Adams, Ph.D., ABPP, Director of Postdoctoral Training, PO Box 26901, WP 3440, Oklahoma City, OK 73190-3048. POSITIONS WILL BE FILLED AS APPLICATIONS ARE RECEIVED. These are all one year positions with the option of a second year and are to begin August 31, 2010. Benefits are included and salary is competitive. The OUHSC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to diversity. 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. Consortium agencies include OU Medical Center (Children's Hospital and its clinics, Everett Tower, Presbyterian Hospital) the Child Study Center, and Veteran's Affairs Medical Center. Consortium agencies are located together in a large medical complex. The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences has approximately 48 full-time faculty members, including approximately 20 psychiatrists, 25 psychologists, and 3 psychiatric social workers. In addition, there are five part-time faculty, and other supporting staff such as psychometrists, and psychiatric nurses. Faculty members from other academic departments all teach or provide supervision. There are 17 psychologists in the Department of Pediatrics, and one psychologist in the Department of Neurology. All psychologists are on campus and most in full time positions. All together 43 one site psychologist participate in one or both of our postdoctoral training programs. The educational programs of the department include the two separately accredited postdoctoral programs discussed above, a psychiatric residency, a predoctoral clinical psychology internship, and undergraduate medical education. The department offers all students, whether they be psychology fellows, psychiatric residents, or medical students, repeated and intense exposure to all the disciplines in the mental health field; thus, the Fellows will receive most of their supervision from psychologists, as well as some supervision from psychiatrists and social workers. Oklahoma City is a friendly city with much to see and do. We enjoy a range of seasons, diverse cultural offerings, including innovative art and theater, professional and collegiate sporting events, and exceptional music venues. The low cost of living adds to the advantages found in the metro area and helps create a wonderful place to live and work. OUHSC was named one of the Top 4 Places to work in Academia by The Scientist magazine in October 2009. Sandra J. Bishop-Josef, Ph.D. Assistant Director, Edward Zigler Center in Child Development and Social Policy Associate Research Scientist, Child Study Center, School of Medicine Yale University 310 Prospect Street New Haven, CT 06511 Phone: 203-432-9935 FAX: 203-432-7147 E-mail: sandra.bishopyale.edu www.ziglercenter.yale.edu Please be aware that email communication can be intercepted in transmission or misdirected. Please consider communicating any sensitive information by telephone, fax or mail. The information contained in this message may be privileged and confidential. If you are NOT the intended recipient, please notify the sender immediately with a copy to hipaa.securityyale.edu and destroy this message.