Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Psychology

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, Extension 47680

​Charlotte Rosko, Ph.D.
Director, Clinical Psychology Fellowship Program
Program Coordinator: Demaree States
Email:Demaree States

**NEW Psychology Post-Doctoral Training Positions for 2016-2017 **

Please note that we are currently recruiting for 5 Postdoctoral Fellowship positions for the 2016-2017 academic year.  Please see detailed information at the bottom of this page.


The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center has two separately accredited Postdoctoral Training Programs: Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology . The Clinical Psychology Program has several emphasis areas in child and adult clinical psychology. The two programs, although separately accredited, are closely integrated. The two separately accredited residency programs together have 13 postdoctoral positions. Both programs are accredited as residency programs by the American Psychological Association. The program in Clinical Psychology is discussed below. Those applicants interested in clinical neuropsychology are directed to HERE.

The Clinical Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship program has emphasis areas in Child and Adult Clinical Psychology. The Adult Fellowships have emphasis areas in Primary Care (1 position), Health Psychology (1 position), Trauma and Deployment Recovery (1 position), Chronic Mental Illness (1 position), Family Mental Health (1 position) and Geropsychology (1 position). The Child Clinical/ Pediatric Psychology Fellowships have emphasis in areas of Pediatric Psychology- General (2 positions), Pedatric Psychology- Primary Care (1 anticipated dependent on funding), Pediatric Hematology/Oncology (1 position), and Child Abuse and Neglect (1 position). By tradition, we call our trainees Fellows rather than Residents. A given Postdoctoral Fellow in this program will focus their training mainly in one of the emphasis areas. 

Recruitment of Postdoctoral Fellowships in
INTEGRATED BEHAVIORAL SERVICES for UNDERSERVED POPULATIONS

The year-long APA-approved Postdoctoral Fellowship program is sponsored by the Center on Child Abuse and Neglect in the Department of Pediatrics, the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and is funded by the Health Research and  Services Administration (HRSA) in the Department of Health and Human Services.

The training is designed to prepare psychology Fellows to provide evidence-based services in primary care setting to underserved children, adults, and families. The trainees can have rotations in 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 for Spanish speaking trainees, the Latino Clinic, a primary care clinic for Spanish-speaking families. The Fellows will participate in the Interdisciplinary Training Program in Child Abuse and Neglect (ITP), a two semester program, as part of the training.

The Post-Doctoral Fellows will be part of the OUHSC APA-approved Fellowship program and will receive stipends and benefits. Fellows must be a citizen of the United States, a non-citizen national of the United States, or a foreign national who possesses a visa permitting permanent residence in the United States. Individuals on temporary or student visas are not eligible.

The program will begin on September 1, 2016 and applications are accepted until the positions are filled.             

Please contact Tatiana-Balachova@ouhsc.edu or  405-271-8858  for application information.

Additional Information 
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