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Center for Psychodynamic Psychotherapy seeking Postdoctoral Fellow


The Center for Psychodynamic Psychotherapy in Chicago is currently seeking a postdoctoral fellow in clinical psychology for a 2-year part time position starting in August 2019 with the potential to become a long-term position.  The ideal candidate will have a particular interest, practical experience, and research background in psychodynamic psychotherapy, with a desire to further develop and refine his/her therapeutic skills in this clinical area.  Start date of the position is negotiable depending upon the needs of the candidate.  Competitive salary is offered which includes a monthly stipend as well as a fee for services provided.  A small stipend for continuing education and professional development (both designated and self-directed) is also included.  Evening hours are required, as well as flexibility in scheduling for three days per week.

The position includes individual and couples psychotherapy working with adolescents and adults from a psychodynamic therapeutic model.  Weekly supervision will be provided by a licensed clinical psychologist with expertise in this area of study.  Office space, referrals, advertisement, business cards, and billing will be taken care of by the practice.  This position is ideal for an individual working towards licensure in the state of Illinois who would like to remain working in a private practice setting upon reaching licensure. 

Minimum qualifications include:

-A doctoral degree from a regionally accredited university in clinical or counseling psychology;

-prior training and supervision in psychodynamic psychotherapy;

-eligibility to sit for licensure in the state of Illinois by the end of postdoctoral training

Potential candidates may submit the following application materials by February 17, 2019 to :

  1. Cover letter (please detail areas of interest and knowledge in psychodynamic research/therapy)
  2. CV
  3. 2 letters of recommendation from clinicians well-acquainted with your graduate training, clinical work, and professional interests
  4. Graduate transcripts (unofficial accepted)

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