Stony Brook University Consortium Postdoctoral Fellowship Program (SBU-CPFP)
Brief Description of Duties: The Leonard Krasner Psychological Center (KPC) and the Mind Body Clinical Research Center (MB-CRC) in the Departments of Psychology and Psychiatry (respectively) at Stony Brook University seek 5 full-time Post-doctoral Fellows (4 Clinical Postdoc positions and 1 Clinical/Research Postdoc position). The Clinical Postdoc positions include 3 adult-focused positions and 1 child/adolescent position to provide outpatient and inpatient clinical services. Outpatient psychotherapy services include: assessment, consultation, and provision of time-limited evidence-based interventions (e.g., Cognitive Behavioral Therapy). Inpatient clinical services will include working as part of an interdisciplinary team in either the psychiatric emergency department, consultation and liaison service, adult inpatient unit, or the child inpatient unit. Additional activities will include: providing support for ongoing research studies, assisting with training activities, and providing supervision to pre-doctoral psychology interns and externs. Postdocs may also participate in our comprehensive Dialectical Behavior Therapy Program (i.e., skills training, consultation team, and skill coaching). Additional training opportunities are available in mindfulness-based and behavioral health interventions. The Clinical/Research Postdoc position will have a translational research emphasis. Mentorship will be provided in grantsmanship and research program development. Research responsibilities will include data management and analysis, preparing manuscripts, and writing grants, among other activities. Ongoing research projects include a NASA-funded RCT aimed at evaluating the provision of time-delayed psychotherapy and an NIH-funded trial examining a novel online stress-management program for pregnant women.
Clinical-Postdoc Activities will include:
Clinical/Research-Postdoc Activities will include:
Doctoral Degree in clinical psychology; Demonstrated experience in providing cognitive behavioral and/or third-wave treatments (e.g., mindfulness, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy); Publication(s).
Experience with providing hospital-based psychological services.
Broad-based clinical research experience with adults and/or children/adolescents.
Experience with supervising support staff and/or trainees.
Experience leading/co-leading DBT skills groups
Experience with grant and manuscript writing.
Experience with trauma-related research and treatment.
Minimum 2 first authored publications.
Start date: August 1st, 2019. Accepting applications now until positions are filled.