Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Psychology
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Charlotte Rosko, Ph.D.
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
920 Stanton L. Young Blvd., Room WP-3440
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104-5036
405-271-5253, Extension 47680
Director, Clinical Psychology Fellowship Program
Program Coordinator: Demaree States
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 14 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 Chronic Mental Illness (1 position), Family Mental Health (1 position) and Geropsychology (1 position), Health Psychology (1 position), Primary Care (1 position), Trauma and Deployment Recovery (1 position). The Child Clinical/ Pediatric Psychology Fellowships have emphasis in areas of Pediatric Psychology- General (2 positions), Pediatric Psychology- Primary Care (1 position anticipated dependent on funding), Pediatric Hematology/Oncology (1 position anticipated dependent on funding), and Child Abuse and Neglect (1 position). We have also added the HRSA- Primary Care (3 positions). This is a fellowship with an interest in Adult, Child, and Family Primary Care for underserved populations. 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.
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