Postdoctoral Fellows at Counseling and Psychological Services

The Postdoctoral Fellowship Training Program at Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) is a one year, full-time paid opportunity for advanced clinical or counseling psychology trainees to specialize in College Mental Health.

Within a short-term psychodynamic treatment model, trainees conduct intake assessments and build an individual psychotherapy caseload. Under ongoing supervision, disposition decisions are made regarding treatment options within CPS/referrals. Trainees are encouraged to co-lead psychotherapy groups or workshops and to participate in outreach activities for which supervision is also provided. Trainees present cases and attend year-long didactic/clinical seminars as well as administrative and theme-specific clinical meetings. Opportunities to work with psychologists/social workers who either specialize or have specific interests in areas such as Eating Disorders, Trauma, Substance Abuse, Couple’s Therapy, Diversity and Short-Term Psychotherapy are available and encouraged.

Contact Dr. Debra Domenech for more information about the postdoctoral fellowship training program.

Applications are now being accepted!

The position requires matriculation at an APA accredited clinical or counseling program with completion of a Ph.D. or Psy.D in Clinical or Counseling Psychology prior to start date. Anticipated start date is August 31, 2017. Applications accepted through December 31, 2016 or until filled.

To apply, complete the on-line master application, attach resume, and mail the following: (1) detailed letter of interest (2) curriculum vitae (3) three letters of reference (4) brief clinical writing sample, and (5) graduate school transcripts in a single envelope to: Debra Domenech, Ph.D., Counseling and Psychological Services, Columbia University, 2920 Broadway, Lerner Hall, 8th Floor, Mail Code 2606, New York, NY  10027.

Qualified applicants should apply online at:

Last updated October 27, 2016