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 Child/Adolescent, Primary Care and Pediatric Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship Application Criteria

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We are currently accepting applications for the Child/Adolescent, Primary Care and Pediatric Psychology Postdoctoral fellowship tracts for the 2023-2024 training year. For the start date of August 28, 2023, we invite applicants from APA/CPA accredited graduate psychology programs and APA accredited internship sites to applyApplicants must demonstrate that all requirements for the doctoral degree will be met and the doctoral degree will be awarded prior to the start of the fellowship.  

You may submit application materials using the APPIC Psychology Postdoctoral application Central Application system (APPA CAS) available here. Include in the APPA CAS documents your reasons for seeking this fellowship, your training and career goals, what assets you bring to the fellowship, and three letters of recommendation (with particular reference to your clinical skills).

Requirements

Graduate School and Internship: Applications will be accepted from individuals who have received or will be receiving their doctoral degree from an APA or CPA-accredited graduate program.  Applicants must have completed or be in the process of completing an internship at an APA-accredited internship program.

Clinical Experience: At the beginning of the postdoctoral psychology fellowship, the fellow must have completed at least 1500 hours of supervised experience in clinical practice during graduate school and/or internship training. 

Licensure: Fellows agree to attain the Wisconsin interim licensure as soon as possible during the fellowship.  Applicants who seek to continue in the fellowship program for a second year must attain licensure as a psychologist in the State of Wisconsin. Completion of our postdoctoral fellowship program meets requirements for licensure within Wisconsin.​  Obtaining your first license is a major professional milestone.  We provide significant support to assist fellows with this process.  A more detailed description of the requirements for licensure in Wisconsin can be obtained from the State of Wisconsin Psychology Examining Board. Please review these requirements and forms.

Credentialing:  You must be available via both email and mail during the two months prior to the start of fellowship to complete paperwork for credentialing.

Employment Requirements:  All residents and fellows complete a pre-employment screening with MCHS Employee Health prior to the start of employment.  All MCHS employees are required to receive the Influenza vaccine each year and the COVID-19 vaccine. If there is a medical or religious reason why an employee cannot receive a vaccine, an exemption request can be completed for each vaccine. 

Application Process

Application Due Date: 1/16/2023

Application Review:
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as they are received.

Interviews:
With guidance from APPIC, our program will primarily use a virtual interview process. However, if the candidate requests an additional or alternative format, we will be happy to accommodate. Regardless of interview format, applicants will be evaluated equally and will not be penalized based on the format chosen. Interviews are offered from late December through early February. Interviews are offered on a rolling basis as applications are received. 

Selection:
Offers will be made on a rolling basis until all positions are filled.​

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or questions regarding application and support materials, please contact Stacy Braun, Ph.D. via email at braun.stacy@marshfieldclinic.org  


​​​​Marshfield Clinic Health System is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected Veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.