March 12, 2014

The Emory University School of Medicine Postdoctoral Fellowship in Professional Psychology

The Emory University School of Medicine Postdoctoral Fellowship in Professional Psychology has two additional postdoc positions at the Marcus Autism Center:

Pediatric Neurodevelopmental Center (Marcus Autism Center, a Division of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta)—2 Positions.  This placement offers advanced clinical training in the assessment of children with an array of childhood disorders. The fellow will provide neuro-developmental and psychological evaluations as well as provide parent consultation to children and families affected by a range of childhood problems.  Typical problems of children presenting at the clinic include developmental disorders, behavior problems, anxiety disorders, and mood disorders.  The team focuses on early and accurate diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders, and also provides treatment planning for children and their families.  In addition, this fellowship provides the opportunity to work with providers from multiple disciplines, including clinical psychologists, school psychologists, developmental pediatricians, psychiatrists, speech pathologists, case managers, and nurse practitioners.  The fellow may provide follow-up intervention services such as parent training, behavioral family therapy, and parent-child interaction therapy.  The Fellow may also participate in existing research and/or independent research, and conduct supervision (under supervision) of graduate students. 

See application information at the link below (deadline extended until positions are filled): Please send application materials to Sara Hoffenberg at sara.hoffenberg@choa.org to apply.

http://www.psychiatry.emory.edu/education/fellowships/professional_psychology/

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