Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) at Princeton University offers Post-Doctoral training to graduates who come from scientific and scholarly-based counseling and psychology programs, who demonstrate the capacity to engage in theoretical and research-based inquiry, and who have a readiness for intensive training in practice. The Post-Doctoral training program offers extensive clinical experience with substantial supervision, interdisciplinary collaboration, treatment team participation, and outreach opportunities.
The training program seeks to facilitate clinical competence through personal and intellectual development in the context of supervisory relationships. CPS values multi-theoretical and evidence-based approaches to treatment within short-term therapeutic individual, couples, and group therapy models. We also offer concentrations in DBT-Informed Counseling, Eating Disorders, Alcohol and Other Drug Counseling, and Sports Psychology.
For a full description of the program, review the CPS Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Psychology guide.
Thank you for your interest in our training program and we look forward to hearing from you!