Road Home Program - Trauma Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship

Opportunities

Rush University Medical Center’s (RUMC) Department of Psychiatry in downtown Chicago is recruiting three Post-Doctoral Fellows for the Road Home Program: The Center for Veterans and Their Families (RHP). RHP’s mission is to compassionately serve veterans and their families. It provides individualized care on an outpatient basis to veterans and their loved ones to help heal the invisible wounds of war. Additionally, RHP is part of the Warrior Care Network as a Midwest regional center for the treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder through a three week Intensive Outpatient Program. Fellows will be an integral part of our clinical program and will have ample opportunity to treat veterans, as well as adult family members and children (depending on the candidate’s interests and background). Fellows will also be encouraged to participate in ongoing clinical research at RHP. This is an exciting opportunity to conduct research on traumatic stress and to gain valuable clinical experience with a multidisciplinary team at a major medical center. The ideal candidate will have experience with trauma-informed care and/or patients with serious psychiatric illness, have a strong research background and some publications, be knowledgeable in advanced statistics, and be interested in establishing a scientist-practitioner career. Qualified candidates must have an APA approved doctorate in Clinical or Counseling Psychology. The deadline for applications is Monday, January 7, 2019.

Maggie McGauley

Maggie McGauley

Faculty Recruiter
312-563-0005
Margaret_McGauley@rush.edu
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Opportunity Criteria

  • Specialty

    Psychology

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Maggie McGauley

Maggie McGauley

Faculty Recruiter
312-563-0005
Margaret_McGauley@rush.edu

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