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May Institute | 2014-2015

41 Pacella Park Drive, Randolph, MA 02368

 

Contact: James K. Luiselli, Ed.D., ABPP, BCBA-D
Telephone: 781-437-1205
Email: jluiselli@mayinstitute.org
Website: www.mayinstitute.org


Application Deadline: March 31, 2014
Application Review: Open review process
Number of Positions: 3
Interviews Begin: October 2013
Stipend: $35,000
Number of Hours/Week: 40
Fellowship Begins: August 24, 2014
Fellowship Term: 12 months
Applicants each Year: 8-12
Benefits: Health insurance plan, earned leave, sick time
Number of Licensed Psychologists: 12
Does the Program hire former/current Fellows: yes

Duties of the Fellow: Maintain a clinical caseload; complete diagnostic evaluations; perform treatment planning and implementation; supervise doctoral interns in clinical psychology; prepare didactic seminars; conduct clinical and applied research; disseminate research outcomes (conference presentations and publications)

Supervision and Seminars: Fellows receive weekly individual and group supervision by Massachusetts licensed psychologists

Goals of the Fellowship: The fellowship provides advanced specialty training within the domains of behavioral psychology, applied behavior analysis, and cognitive-behavioral treatment. Fellows receive supervision and mentoring toward psychology licensure in Massachusetts. Other goals are developing the necessary skills to function as a professional psychologist in diverse clinical settings, adopt a scientist-practitioner model of professional practice, and conduct research activities that address systems-level and individual client concerns.

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