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Post-Doctoral Psychology Fellowship

Do you need a place to complete your post-doctoral psychology fellowship? As a fellow at Fraser, you’ll provide clinical services to children, adolescents and families, while being supervised by an experienced, licensed psychologist. You will perform diagnostic assessments, psychological testing and outpatient therapy.

In this role, you are also expected to maintain updated client records, including psychological evaluations, session notes and diagnostic assessments and treatment plans, if you’re carrying an outpatient caseload. You can also pursue professional development through external seminars and internal didactics and research, when appropriate.

Apply online at our current openings page.

Fraser offers:
  • Accelerated career growth and learning opportunities while getting direct service experience and supervision for licensure
  • Consistent salary regardless of client attendance
  • Support teams to assist with client engagement
  • Health Information Management system to help meet client service hour goals
  • Access to ongoing monthly and annual training opportunities, including continuing education units and monthly didactics
  • Eligibility for federal student loan forgiveness (Fraser is a qualifying employer under the Department of Education’s public services loan forgiveness program.)
  • AATBS essentials study package for the Examination of Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP)
  • Work-life balance with over 5 weeks of paid time off annually
  • Benefits including medical, dental, vision and 403(b) retirement planning
  • Culture of continuous quality improvement based on employee and client feedback
  • Frequent performance feedback provided to enhance your clinical experience
  • Fraser Bloomington, during business hours and 1-2 evenings per week
  • Completed doctoral degree from an APA-accredited psychology training program
    • Completed pre-doctoral internship in clinical psychology with child/family focus required
    • Pursuit of licensure as a licensed psychologist from the State of Minnesota required
  • Valid Minnesota driver's license, clean driving record and reliable transportation
  • Ability to successfully complete MDHS criminal background study
  • Demonstrated respect for, and sensitivity to, family and cultural issues
  • Ability to observe and document children’s behavior
  • Effective communication in the English language

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