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Postdoctoral Psychology Residency

Designed for graduates of professional psychology doctoral programs who wish to refine their competencies in differential diagnosis, assessment, intervention, and consultation.Now accepting applications for the 2015/2016 year.

The postdoctoral residency is designed for graduates of professional psychology doctoral programs who wish to refine their competencies in differential diagnosis, assessment, intervention, and consultation while developing additional competency in areas of interest. Training at Hazelden Mental Health Centers fosters the development of competent, responsible, and ethical professionals with advanced clinical skills.

The training program integrates research into practice with an emphasis on mentoring and self-directed professional development. The program relies on a scholarly approach, using research, education, and science to enrich training content and clinical practice. This includes intellectual inquiry and the development of core skills such as assessment, psychotherapy, consultation, and multidisciplinary teamwork based on a framework of evidence-based practice. This integrated model guides residents in the analysis and application of knowledge, research, and scholarship necessary for more advanced clinical practice.

The Hazelden Mental Health Centers training philosophy is based on an active learning environment that is multidisciplinary in nature. Self-appraisal and regular feedback are integral components to the training experience. We are committed to providing postdoctoral residents with:

The training experience provides residents with the skills necessary to think critically and to evaluate the findings of research-based knowledge within the context of a broad base of practical experience. Residents become educated consumers of empirical research through exposure to empirically-evaluated approaches to treatment.  Additional teaching, supervision and research opportunities may also be available; please inquire at your site(s) of interest.

Requirements
Prospective postdoctoral residents must have completed a minimum of 2,000 hours of A.P.A. accredited internship in counseling or clinical psychology and have graduated from a professional psychology doctoral training program. Residents are expected to be experienced and familiar with basic principles of psychological test administration and interpretation, psychological interviewing, individual and group psychotherapy, consultation, and clinical research.

Stipend and Benefits
The Stipend for the residency year 2015/2016 is $38,000.00. Postdoctoral residents can also take advantage of many opportunities provided by Hazelden Mental Health Centers. This includes time devoted to conference workshops, licensure examination, and career exploration.

Available positions

Center City: Postdoctoral residents at Hazelden in Center City are provided the opportunity to gain additional experience working with a variety of mental health conditions in an adult population ages 18+ with substance use disorders. Clinical services include diagnostic interviewing, individual therapy, group therapy, psychological assessment and interdisciplinary consultation with both male and female populations. All supervision will be provided on site and additional opportunities to gain training in providing supervision may also be available. As part of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, there are several continuing education opportunities available throughout the year. For additional information, or to submit your application, contact Lindsay Paetznick, PsyD, LP.

Hazelden
Training Director, Mental Health
P.O. Box 11, CO-7
Center City, MN 55012-0011

St. Paul: Postdoctoral residents based at Hazelden in St. Paul have an opportunity to hone individual therapy skills with adults in recovery. Postdoctoral residents receive weekly supervision and are guided in further incorporating Motivational Interviewing strategies and techniques with current therapy tools to support Twelve Step recovery. Other clinical services may include conducting chemical use assessments, psycho-educational lectures and couples therapy. Consultation with onsite psychiatry, mental health nursing and chemical dependency staff provides interaction with a team of professionals. Postdoctoral residents will be expected to provide some evening hours and may be invited to receive further training at suburban locations including an adolescent outpatient clinic. For additional information, or to submit your application, contact Mark Sanstead, Ph.D., L.P.

Hazelden
Director, Mental Health Services
680 Stewart Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55102-4199

Plymouth: Postdoctoral residents at Hazelden in Plymouth are provided the opportunity to gain additional experience with a variety of mental health conditions in an adolescent and young adult population ages 12-25 with substance use disorders in the residential program.  In addition, outpatient clinical services are offered to adolescents and young adults through the outpatient program. Clinical services include diagnostic assessment, individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, psychological assessment and chemical use assessment. Supervision is provided on site and additional opportunities to gain training in providing supervision are also available. As part of the Hazelden organization, there are also several continuing education opportunities available. For additional information, or to submit your application, contact Leslie Adair, PhD, LP, LMFT.

Hazelden
Director, Mental Health Services
11505 36th Ave. No.
Plymouth, MN 55441-5398

Springbrook: Postdoctoral residents at Hazelden in Springbrook are provided the opportunity to gain additional experience working with a variety of mental health conditions in adult male and female populations ages 18+ with substance use disorders. There are also opportunities to work with clients in our Trauma Program, Health Care Professionals Program, and LGBTQ Track. Clinical services include diagnostic assessment, individual therapy, group therapy, psychological assessment and interdisciplinary consultation. All supervision will be provided on site. For additional information, or to submit your application, contact Shari Melton, PsyD, LP.

Hazelden
Director, Mental Health Services
1901 Esther Street
Newberg, OR 97132-9529

Application Policy
Recruitment for Hazelden Mental Health Centers postdoctoral residency is competitive. In the evaluation of postdoctoral applicants, emphasis is placed on the concordance of the applicant's training, interests and experiences with the primary training, research, teaching and clinical opportunities offered through our facilities. Evaluations emphasize the individual's previous clinical training, course work, professional attributes, interpersonal and writing skills, and supporting letters of recommendations. One letter of recommendation is required from the director of training at the applicant's doctoral program indicating that the individual is ready to begin the postdoctoral training. A subgroup of applicants will be invited for interview. The residency is usually one year, generally beginning between July 1 and September 30; however, exceptions may apply.  Please inquire about the start date at your specific site(s) of interest.

Application Process


Note: If you are a current intern at a Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation facility, a letter of interest and current curriculum vitae updating your training progress is sufficient.



 

 
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