The Center for Cognitive & Dialectical Behavior Therapy (CCDBT) PLLC invites applications for a year-long post-doctoral fellowship beginning Summer/Fall 2019 FOR OUR NYC & LONG ISLAND OFFICES

Professional activities will include: Providing individual and group Dialectical Behavior Therapy for adolescents, adults, & families; providing cognitive therapies for depression & anxiety; providing skills training for parental management of childhood behavior disorders, and providing Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction to medically referred clients. Fellows will also have the opportunity to participate in our Trauma Treatment Program where they will receive training in Prolonged Exposure and Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD.

Postdoctoral fellows will participate in program development and administration, monitoring client outcomes, and conducting research. Specific activities will be determined with the fellow to match his/her career goals. The Center for Cognitive & Dialectical Behavior Therapy (CCDBT) PLLC, is: a privately-owned therapy center made up of licensed psychologists and social workers. The mission of CCDBT is to provide effective and specialized treatment to people of all ages who are experiencing difficulties in their lives. The goal of CCDBT is to help people meet the challenges in their lives and develop the skills needed to deal with such challenges. For more information, see http://www.ccdbt.com. Applicants will be considered who: Complete a clinical psychology doctorate by the start date: demonstrate strong potential for a career in programmatic implementation of DBT, have substantial experience in CBT and with adolescents and families. Experience with Dialectical Behavior Therapy is highly preferable. Applications are reviewed and interviews are granted on a rolling admissions basis. Please email a letter of interest, outlining any experience in providing DBT as well as your CV, & 3 letters of reference to: lfeinman@ccdbt.com

Attention:

Jennifer Byrnes, Ph.D.

Director of Research & Training, CCDBT