Albert Ellis Institute: Clinical Fellowship

This fellowship offers the opportunity for postgraduates to be trained by Albert Ellis and the senior staff while carrying a diverse caseload of individual clients and participating in special seminars and ongoing clinical research.

Sponsor: Albert Ellis Insitute

Description

Fellowships are part-time, two-year appointments in which candidates receive in the Institute's clinic, co-lead groups and workshops, receive 3 hours of individual and group supervision a week, and participate in research. Fellows and Interns receive a stipend for their participation. Successful completion of all requirements will result in Fellowship or Associate Fellowships status. The Fellowships and Internship Programs offer highly diversified training. Clinical experience: Fellows devote 11 hours per week to clinical practice, including co-leading a therapy group with senior staff. (Interns carry more client hours). Supervision: 3 hours of supervision per week. Co-lead workshops in coping with anxiety, anger procrastination, eating disorders, and numerous other topics. Clinical seminars: Mental health and other professionals are brought in to provide a comprehensive training experience.

Eligibility
For postgraduate fellowships, individuals holding a doctorate in psychology, M.S.W., R.N., or M.D. may apply. Predoctoral Interns nearing of Ph.D. thesis pursue a similar program to Fellows.
How to Apply
Qualifications and an interview are the basis of selection.  For more information, contact Kristine Doyle, PhD, Albert Ellis Institute, 45 East 65th Street, New York, New York  10021.  Contact Phone: 212-535-0822; Contact Fax: 212-249-3582