Psychology Education and Training Program

Fellowship Training Program in Clinical Psychology

*Please check back soon for 2014-2015 program updates and upcoming training opportunities.

The primary goal of the Fellowship Program is to help fellows develop the clinical and research skills necessary to provide care for diverse pediatric populations and to obtain a position in a pediatric healthcare setting or university-based training program.

Fellows will participate in a variety of clinical and didactic experiences, and will have opportunities to integrate research goals into their overall plan for the fellowship. In addition, fellows may have opportunities to supervise interns, externs and practicum students and to collaborate in multidisciplinary forums (case-centered consultations, research activities). We are very interested in promoting the strongest match possible between your training needs and goals, and our program mission and goals.

General areas of specialization

Faculty members of the Fellowship Program in Clinical Psychology offer many fellowship experiences, as funding permits. Our four general areas of specialization are:

Although these specialized postdoctoral fellowships vary in their clinical, didactic and research opportunities, there is a community of psychology postdoctoral fellows who share some common experiences throughout their fellowship training.

For fellowships starting in 2014: The psychology and neuropsychology fellowships offered at CHOP change from year to year. Thus we recommend that you check back on this website periodically, as new positions may become available in the next few months.

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