Training Opportunities

Yeshiva University, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Clinical Program: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Tenure-Track.

The clinical program seeks to hire one tenure-track Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychology to start in Fall, 2018. We are seeking candidates who conduct psychodynamically informed research, broadly defined, have training in evidence-based psychodynamic therapy, and who can contribute to graduate training in psychodynamic theory, research, and practice. Candidates in all areas of clinical psychology will be considered, although strong preference will be given to applicants who conduct research and can contribute to teaching in one or more of the following areas: research methods and design; statistics and quantitative data analysis; integration of research on assessment and practice in clinical decision making; eating disorders; schizophrenia; bipolar disorder; personality disorders; cross-cultural and cross-socioeconomic research. 


Responsibilities include developing an independent program of research; mentoring students in doctoral level research; graduate teaching; and clinical supervision.  Applicants with a strong track record of research productivity, external funding, and active training and clinical involvement are sought. The candidate should be licensed or license eligible in New York State as a clinical psychologist. Salary is competitive/ 9 months.  


Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology is located on Yeshiva University's Albert Einstein College of Medicine Campus approximately 6-7 miles from Manhattan, New York.  The Clinical Program has been in effect since 1979 and has been an APA-accredited Doctor of Psychology program since 1984. Information about the clinical program can be obtained at Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology offers three APA-accredited doctoral programs: Clinical, School-Clinical-Child and Clinical Health and offers one NY State Certified Master of Arts program in counseling psychology. Yeshiva University is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans. Applications review will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.  Please submit both print copies and e-copies of the following: (1) curriculum vitae, (2) research statement, (3) representative publications, (4) teaching statement along with evidence of teaching credentials such as course syllabi and course evaluations, and (5) three letters of reference addressed. Email copies should be addressed to Dr. Lata K. McGinn, PhD and send to, (subject heading: Tenure-Track Faculty Search 2018) and submit to the Yeshiva University Faculty Careers page: Print copies should be addressed to Dr. Lata K. McGinn, Yeshiva University, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, 1165 Morris Park Avenue, Rousso Building, Bronx NY 10461. Please make sure to list the following on the envelope - Attention: “Tenure-Track Search, 2018, Clinical Program - Ms. Dawn Basnight.”

The goal of the Dallas Therapy Alliance (DTA) postdoctoral fellowship is to provide
a comprehensive one-year experience in psychoanalytic psychotherapy in a private
practice setting. The fellowship is uniquely positioned in a group practice of seven
licensed clinical and counseling psychologists. This setting provides the
postdoctoral fellow with the opportunity for specialized training in psychoanalytic
psychotherapy, as well as integrating a variety of treatment modalities, such as
attachment therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, play
therapy, and parent counseling. Additionally, the fellow has the opportunity to
obtain training in psychological, neuropsychological and psychoeducational
assessment. DTA provides the opportunity to work with adults, adolescents,
children, families, couples and groups. A minimum of four hours of supervision is
provided weekly.
The application deadline is January 31 of each year. Interviews begin in February.
Interested candidates should submit a letter explaining their interest in
psychoanalytic postdoctoral training in a private practice setting and a current
curriculum vita by mail or email to:
David M. Young, Ph.D.
Admissions Coordinator
Dallas Therapy Alliance
12801 N. Central Expressway, Suite 1730
Dallas, Texas 75243
Chosen candidates will be required to provide two letters of recommendation and
graduate transcripts. September 1st of each year is the preferred start date, but this is negotiable.
The Dallas Therapy Alliance Fellowship Program meets the licensure requirements
for postdoctoral supervised practice. Satisfactory completing of the DTA Fellowship
Program meets the postdoctoral supervised practice requirements for licensure set
forth by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists (TSBEP):                                                                     
APsaP Fellowship Application
The 2018-2019 APsaA Fellowship Application is now available on our website! The deadline for application is Monday, February 5th (just over 3 months from now). The Fellowship Program is designed as an early-career initiative for future leaders and educators in the fields of psychiatry, psychology, social work, and academia. It provides an opportunity to gain knowledge about psychoanalysis and become involved in your local and national psychoanalytic community. All qualified applicants receive a psychoanalyst mentor with whom they meet monthly, a free subscription to the APsaA newsletter (TAP), and complimentary registration at APsaA’s National and Annual Meetings. The APsaA Fellowship is a wonderful program that fosters a rich and collaborative community for early career professionals. I am a former fellow and am now a committee member and strongly recommend the program. We are especially keen to attract more applications from psychologists! I cannot emphasize this enough. 
Here is a link to the application: 
Applications are due February 5, 2018. 


Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Psychology - The Georage Washington University

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Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowship - The Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies at Adelphi University

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Click here for an article discussing the theoretical underpinnings and empirical research in support of MERIT 



The Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis


The Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis is a free-standing, nonprofit institute dedicated to the education of psychoanalysts and the practice of psychoanalysis. CCP offers a course of study leading to certification in psychoanalysis, a referral resource for those interested in receiving clinical services, and a general education program for therapists and other interested individuals. Its psychoanalytic training program is incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois and adheres to Federal and State guidelines regarding nondiscrimination by race, gender, religion, and sexual orientation.

CCP's training programs provide a broad and deep psychoanalytic education, reflecting diverse clinical, technical, theoretical, and historical points of view. Courses are taught by outstanding educators, all of whom have published and presented extensively in their areas of interest and were chosen to reflect the multiplicity of current theoretical perspectives and models of thought. The curriculum is designed to explore the fundamentals of classical psychoanalysis as well as the newest developments in psychoanalytic theory and technique.

CCP candidates (students) are experienced clinicians prior to beginning their psychoanalytic training, with licensure as psychologists, social workers, or other mental health professionals. Candidates participate actively in their training by offering input to the Curriculum Committee, serving on other CCP committees, and acting as candidate representatives to the CCP Board.


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Chicago Center of Psychoanalysis


The Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis


The Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1932. Our mission is to provide professional training in the theory and practice of psychoanalysis and psychotherapy and to enhance psychodynamic study through research and scholarship. We also seek to apply these principles to therapeutic services for the public, offering treatment for children and adults at reduced fees, to the benefit of underserved communities.

Contact Them at:

 Phone: (312) 922.7474

Fax: (312) 922.5656


Address: Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis
122 South Michigan Avenue, Suite 1300
Chicago, IL 60603

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Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis