Postdoctoral Fellow, The Berkeley CBT Clinic, California

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The Berkeley CBT Clinic is excited to announce an opening for a postdoc for the 2018-2019 training year. We are a predominantly ACT based clinic, co-directed by Dr. Matt McKay and Dr. Stephanie Catella. Please see below for details. Feel free to contact me directly with any questions at scatella@wi.edu

The Berkeley Cognitive Behavioral Therapy ClinicPost-doctoral Supervisor Position (part-time) The Berkeley Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Clinic, a training program of The Wright Institute PsyD Program, is currently recruiting a postdoctoral fellow for the 2018-2019 academic year. We have one opening for a total of 24 hours/week. We are looking for psychologists who are passionate about evidence-based therapies and interested in training students in CBT. The mission of the Berkeley CBT Clinic is: 1) to provide effective and meaningful psychotherapy to diverse and underserved populations and 2) to provide cutting edge and comprehensive training in the full spectrum of empirically supported treatments to doctoral-level clinicians (ACT, CBT, DBT, Exposure Therapy, Schema Therapy, MBSR, etc). We offer low fee, sliding scale therapy to the community, while simultaneously focusing on helping clinicians develop a solid repertoire of skills across evidence-based treatments. In addition, the Berkeley CBT Clinic conducts several studies and is proud to offer a scientist-practitioner model in which clinical and research experiences are closely interwoven. Qualifications:- Basic knowledge of empirically-supported treatments (CBT, DBT, and ACT).- Clinical experience working with adults or older adults.- Commitment to and interest in providing training and supervision of evidence-based interventions.- Ability to receive and provide feedback on a regular basis and in a timely manner.- Ability to attend weekly meetings on Fridays (a mandatory half-day for all staff and trainees).- Doctorate in Psychology and seeking postdoctoral hours. Supervisor responsibilities:-Lead a 1.5 hour group supervision with practicum trainees focused on case presentations-Provide weekly individual supervision (1 hour per trainee) to practicum trainees-Lead a 1 hour weekly CBT group supervision meeting for students who provide group therapy-Meet with Dr. Matt McKay for 1-hour weekly consultation meetings (mentorship opportunities available)-Attend a 30-minute weekly staff meeting with all trainees and supervisors-Assist with organization and oversight of new research projects/dissertations (mentorship is available, if desired or needed)-Meet with Dr. Matt McKay or Dr. Stephanie Catella for 1 hour a week to consult and obtain mentorship. -Provide therapy to clients, if desired (individuals, clients, or couples, depending on one’s interests) Hours per week: 24 Start Date: August 13, 2018 Prior experience working with adults or older adults, supervising trainees, and overseeing research projects is preferred, but not required. Specialized mentorship and training by Dr. Matt McKay and Dr. Stephanie Catella are available for supervisors who do not already meet these qualifications. Application procedure:Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. To apply, please submit a cover letter, Curriculum Vitae and 2 letters of recommendation to:Stephanie Catella, PsyD, Clinical Training Director at scatella@wi.edu

 

(This information was submitted on December 12, 2017)