Postdoctoral Residency Training Program in Health Service Psychology - Emory University School of Medicine, Marcus Autism Center, Atlanta, GA

Posted: Tuesday, January 8, 2019


Psychology Postdoc Residency at Emory - Autism and Developmental Disabilities Emphasis
Emory University is offering two postdoctoral fellowships at the Marcus Autism Center, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta for the 2019-2020 training year. This placement offers advanced clinical training in the assessment of children through the Clinical Assessment and Diagnostics Department. The resident will provide neurodevelopmental and psychological evaluations assessing for autism and related disorders within a multidisciplinary context. The resident may provide follow-up intervention services, such as parent training and social skills training.  In addition, the resident will participate in existing research and conduct secondary supervision of graduate students. Weekly and monthly clinical and didactic sessions, including Marcus Grand Rounds and clinical case conferences will be offered. Stipends are $48,432 plus benefits.  For detailed application information, please go to http://psychiatry.emory.edu/education/psychology/professional_psychology/index.html.

Applications should be submitted to Nadine J. Kaslow, PhD, ABPP, Psychology Postdoctoral Residency Training Director.  For position specific questions contact Laura Dilly, PhD, ABPP at [email protected].