The UC Davis SHCS Postdoctoral Training Program provides advanced training opportunities in the core areas of our university counseling services: Crisis Intervention, Brief Psychotherapy, Group Therapy, Consultation to Campus Units and Departments, and Program Development & Outreach. Our training program emphasizes the development of all skills within a multicultural framework, with the goal of preparing the resident for a staff position in a major university counseling service. Within this structure, each postdoctoral resident also trains in one of 6 focus areas during their residency year.
The UC Davis, SHCS postdoctoral residency program expects to have 6 positions for the 2024-2025 training year. These 6 focus areas are: Eating Disorders, Sport Psychology, Campus Outreach, Working with AB540/Undocumented Students, a General Clinical position with optional Training emphasis, and new for the 2024-25 training year, Working with Veterinary Medicine Students.
More detailed Information about the program and the Focus Areas can be found here in our Postdoctoral Residency Program Brochure. If you have questions after reading the program brochure, please contact Karin E. Nilsson, Ph.D., at firstname.lastname@example.org
Positions are also listed in the Universal Psychology Postdoctoral Directory (Search Term: UC Davis, Student Health and Counseling Services). Applications may be submitted through the APPA CAS Applicant Portal (WebAdmit Names: UCD SHCS ED, UCD SHCS Sport, UCD SHCS CO, UCD SHCS UNDOC, UCD SHCS GC, UCD SHCS VetMed.) Please be sure to indicate in your application materials the focus area(s) you are applying for, and your interest/background/experience in the area(s).