Psychology Fellows

Georgetown UniversityWashington, DC

a month ago


Job Title

Psychology Doctoral Fellow - Law Center

Job Location

Main Campus

Job Overview

The Counseling and Psychiatric Service (CAPS) at Georgetown University is seeking a Psychology Doctoral Fellow to join their team. This position is based at the CAPS satellite office at Georgetown Law. The fellow will assist with clinical and outreach needs, providing direct clinical services to students and consultations to deans and faculty regarding student issues.


  • Full time position
  • Posted Today
  • Job requisition ID: JR16297


  • Provide direct clinical services to students
  • Consult with deans and faculty regarding student issues
  • Evaluate students with psychological distress
  • Perform crisis intervention, brief counseling, outreach, and referral services
  • Consult with deans, parents, faculty, and staff regarding student mental health issues
  • Participate in the CAPS on-call system under the supervision of licensed CAPS psychologists


  • Enrolled in APA-accredited doctoral programs in clinical or counseling psychology
  • Completed a pre-doctoral internship in psychology or a related field
  • Familiarity and skill in one or more of the following areas: diversity and multicultural issues, eating disorders, substance abuse, LGBTQ issues, and sexual assault trauma
  • College mental health experience preferred

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