POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP TRAINING PROGRAM
The Department of Clinical and Health Psychology has a strong history of training post-doctoral fellows in research and clinical service. Each year we typically admit 3-4 new post-doctoral associates in three broad areas of training (clinical child-pediatric psychology, health psychology, and neuropsychology). Positions typically last for 2 years. As such there are usually 6-8 clinical post-doctoral associate positions ongoing each year across the three areas.
Director of Post-Doctoral Training: David M. Janicke, PhD., ABPP
Training Site: These positions are for one or two years and typically require at least a 60% commitment to the clinical activity. Training will be within the UF Health Science Center which is the largest and most comprehensive academic health center in the southeast. The UF Health Center encompasses six colleges and comprises a statewide network of affiliated hospitals and clinics. The Clinical and Health Psychology’s Service is housed in a free-standing clinic (http://chp.phhp.ufl.edu/services/psychology-clinic/) that has close programmatic interactions with UF Health Shands Hospital and UF College of Medicine medical departments as part of the UF Health comprehensive care programs (https://ufhealth.org/).
Didactics: Doctoral Associates are expected to participate in weekly didactics. Each specialty area has their own specialty didactic offerings, while the department has a weekly Friday noon colloquium. Post-Docs also will participate in a monthly Post-Doctoral Associate Training Seminar in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology.
Applying: Please see the links for the 2019-2020 position announcements, which include specific application instructions in each of the three specialty areas.