Fellows gain experience in an academic health care system setting
Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital offers two 12-month post-doctoral fellowship positions in psychology:
- Pediatric Psychology, with a special focus on consultation-liaison and hematology/oncology
- Autism and Developmental Disabilities
The psychology fellowship program is designed to provide clinical and research experiences necessary to support independent practice in pediatric and clinical child psychology and advanced training for a career within an academic medical or hospital setting.
Opportunities for supervisory experiences with psychology interns exist for both assessment and intervention. Fellows will have the opportunity to work with several supervisors to obtain hours necessary for licensure and will participate in scheduled didactics. There is an expectation for involvement in collaborative research. The requirement may be satisfied with an approved proposal for program development.
These positions are located under the Mind-Body Branch of the Johns Hopkins All Children's Institute for Brain Protection Sciences.
Autism & Developmental Disabilities
This program focuses on:
- Advanced training in early detection
- Differential diagnosis
- Intervention for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
- Intellectual disability
- Developmental delay
- Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Learning disorders
- Disruptive behavior disorders
- Language disorder
- Internalizing disorders
- Evidence-based assessment
Fellows will participate on an evaluation team at the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Autism Center and will have inpatient and outpatient clinical experiences. Additional opportunities include participating in interventions targeting core skill deficits such as behavioral parent training and group-based social skills training.
Pediatric Psychology–Hematology-Oncology, Consultation Liaison
This program focuses on:
- Specialized training working with youth and their families experiencing chronic and/or acute illness
- On evidence-based assessment and intervention
- Improving quality of life intellectual disability
- Addressing concerns regarding treatment adherence
- Diagnosing/treating psychological comorbidities
The position will include inpatient and outpatient clinical experiences within the two primary rotations and the opportunity to become an integrated member on a multidisciplinary treatment team through minor rotations offered in several of the subspecialty medical clinics.
Applicants from American Psychological Association (APA)- or Canadian Psychological Association (CPA)-accredited programs in:
Preference provided to those applicants with pediatric psychology/clinical child experience and an interest in working in a hospital-based setting.
Completion of an APA-approved internship and all requirements for completion of doctoral degree before start date is required. This position begins in August or September.
For more information about our fellowship programs and application process, please contact:
Marissa Feldman, Ph.D.
Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital
Department of Psychology
880 Sixth Street S., Suite 420
St. Petersburg, FL 33701
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Feel free to reach out to our program director Marissa Feldman, Ph.D.