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Child & Family Psychological Services, Inc. dba Integrated Behavioral Associates

169 Libbey Parkway, Weymouth, MA 02189

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89 Access Road, Suite 24, Norwood, MA 02062

Also in Abington, Boston, Holliston, Kingston, Newton, Norwell, Quincy, Northborough and Lexington

 

Chief Psychologist:  Michael Goldberg, PhD

Director of Training: Lisa DeGrass, PhD

 

Contact:Wendy Officer; Human Resources Manager

Telephone:  7816265463

Fax:  781-626-5465

Email:  training@cfpsych.org

Website:  www.cfpsych.org

Application Deadline:  Preferred deadline: December 7, 2018.  However, applications may be considered after that date.

Application Review: As received

Number of Positions: 1-2 per training track

Interviews Begin: January 2018

Stipend: $42,000 for first year fellow, plus bonus estimated between $5000 - $6000

Number of Hours/Week: 40-50 hours per week total.  Fellows are expected to average 25 patient contact hours per week.

Fellowship Begins: September 3, 2019 (earlier start date may be possible)

Fellowship Term: 1 years

Applicants each Year: variable

Benefits: Health and Dental, 401K and profit sharing with employer, paid sick/vacation/personal time, Dependent care account

Number of Licensed Psychologists: 36+

Does the Program hire former/current Fellows: Yes

Duties of the Fellow:

Fellows will have the opportunity to participate in one of two training tracks:

  • Child, Adolescent, and Family Psychotherapy
  • Adult Psychotherapy

Fellows will gain skills working in a multi-disciplinary setting that includes psychologists, neuropsychologists, psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, and master’s level clinicians.  Fellows will receive broad training in providing evidence-based clinical interventions to a diverse patient population.  Fellows will also participate in didactics, clinical supervision with staff, and group consultation meetings.  In addition to the above training opportunities, second year fellows will function as staff psychologist and may have the opportunity for placement in one of our five integrated primary care settings with specialized training and supervision if interested.

 

Supervision and Seminars: Post-doc fellows will receive a minimum of two face-to-face hours of individual supervision weekly, as well as participate in weekly group case consultation meetings. 

CFPS is an APA-approved continuing education provider.  Fellows will attend many seminars throughout the fellowship years on topics that are likely to include the following:

Ethics and Professional Issues

Psychopharmacology

Assessment

Psychopathology

Evidence-based psychotherapy treatments

Cultural Diversity

 

Goals of the Fellowship:

The postdoctoral fellowship focuses on training competent clinical psychologists to provide evidence-based therapeutic interventions and state of the art assessment.  The fellowship is oriented to psychologists with solid clinical training and experience, who are seeking a career providing psychotherapy and assessment in an outpatient setting. Applicants must be post-masters from an APA-approved graduate program in Clinical, Counseling or School Psychology.  The ideal candidate would have a strong interest in a permanent staff position following the completion of a one year commitment.


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