Postdoctoral Fellows

Georgetown UniversityWashington, DC

3 months ago


Job Title

Postdoctoral Fellow, Counseling and Psychiatric Service - Georgetown University

Job Location

Main Campus

Job Overview

Georgetown University's Counseling and Psychiatric Service (CAPS) is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow to join their team. The Fellow will be responsible for providing evaluation, crisis intervention, brief counseling, outreach, and referral services to Georgetown University students. They will also provide consultation to deans, parents, faculty, and staff regarding student mental health issues. The Fellow will work under the supervision of licensed CAPS psychologists.


  • Full-time position
  • Competitive compensation package


  • Provide direct clinical services to students
  • Consult with deans and faculty regarding student issues
  • Assist with outreach efforts and campus mental health initiatives
  • Participate in the CAPS on-call system


  • 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

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  • Physics19%

  • Biology10%

  • Engineering5%

  • Mathematics5%

  • Biomedical Medical Engineering4%

  • 89 other majors55%

Estimated Monthly Living Expenses

For Washington, DC | $5,379/mo

  • Housing/Rent$3,303

  • Miscellaneous$983

  • Food$499

  • Utilities$302

  • Transportation$292


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