About the Program
The Department of Family Medicine offers a one to two-year post-doctoral fellowship for psychologists interested in primary care and clinical health psychology. The program offers specialized training in the primary care behavioral health integration, chronic pain rehabilitation and evidence-based behavior therapies such as acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).
The fellowship will prepare psychologists to provide a broad range of behavioral health services in primary care and outpatient mental health clinics. In addition to providing clinical services, fellows participate in regularly scheduled training activities such as weekly supervision with licensed psychologist(s), monthly behavioral health didactics and side-by-side training with family medicine residents.