Scott & White and the Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine offer two post-doctoral fellowships in Clinical Psychology. One features an End-of-Life Care, Grief and Bereavement Emphasis; the other features a Clinical Health Psychology Emphasis. Applicants must have completed a doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology from a university-based program (PhD or PsyD) approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) and finished a one-year pre-doctoral APA-approved internship. Both programs last 12 months and will provide the necessary post-doctoral training hours required for licensure to practice psychology independently in the state of Texas. The programs are based on a practitioner-scholar model providing both clinical experience and research opportunities.
End-of-Life Care, Grief, and Bereavement Emphasis
This post-doctoral fellowship is designed to provide a high-quality training experience for a future psychologist interested in making a clinical and academic contribution in the relatively under-represented subspecialty of dying, death, and bereavement.
Clinical Health Psychology Emphasis
This 12-month, full-time (2,000 hours) post-doctoral fellowship is designed to provide a high-quality training experience for a future psychologist interested in health psychology. The primary purpose of training in this specialty program is to provide the fellow with a depth and breadth of assessment, intervention, educational, consultative and research experiences in clinical health psychology. Major rotations include behavioral medicine, psycho-oncology, primary care psychology and obesity.
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Funder: Texas A&M University College of Medicine
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Citizenship: International, U.S. Citizen