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Multicultural Postdoctoral Residency


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Academic Level:
Postdoc & Early Career

Description:
The Multicultural Postdoctoral Residency is a 1500-hour program beginning in mid-August, 2017 and ending in late May, 2018. A postdoctoral resident will be expected to perform all the duties of a generalist clinician in a comprehensive multicultural university counseling center and will receive supervision according to the State of California Board of Psychology guidelines. Duties include but are not limited to: short-term individual, group, and couples counseling; possible supervision of practicum students; clinical assessment and referral; crisis intervention; consultation with students, faculty, staff, and parents; and development of campus outreach activities for a target population (e.g., International students, Men's issues, students who identify with a specific religious group, students with disabilities, Pride Center, Cross-cultural center). The Multicultural postdoctoral residency also provides the opportunity to develop or continue an area of emphasis regarding cultural diversity. Applicants will need to indicate their area of interest for the specialization in their application cover letter.


Participating Institution(s):
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San Jose State University (Lead)

Program Materials:
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