September 13, 2022

Post-Doctoral Fellowship - Bay Area

Cadence Child & Adolescent Therapy, an evidence-based practice clinic founded in Washington State, is seeking experienced Post-Doctoral Fellows with interest in building mastery in evidence-based treatment. We have three primary teams 1) Dialectical Behavior Therapy 2) Eating Disorders and 2) Anxiety & OCD. Based on training goals and population of interest, Post Doctoral fellows at our satellite location in the Bay will have the opportunity to train in Eating Disorders, DBT or both treatment tracks.

We offer the flexibility and ease of a private practice with the benefits of a major medical center including healthcare, PTO, paid holidays, hybrid work options, and exceptional training and didactics.

Our robust mix of supervision and learning experiences include the utilization of session recordings, individual and group supervision, on-line training, video models of interventions, and 4+ hours of didactic training each week with an eye to developing both adherence to treatment and mastery of transdiagnostic principles.

The integrated eating disorder care team is led by a former faculty member of Stanford University School of Medicine, Dr. Stephanie Clarke, and a former Director of the Adolescent Outpatient Eating Disorders Program at Oakland Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Dr. Haleh Kashani, as well as a dietitian with 20 years of experience.

The DBT track in the Bay will offer fellows an opportunity to be part of a Linehan Board of Certification Certified DBT Program, work with several certified DBT therapists including expert trainers and supervisors, and receive training to be eligible for DBT Certification by the Linehan Board of Certification.

The Cadence Team Culture

Cadence values developing an anti-racist culture and clinical practices. We welcome and foster a diverse workplace and have dedicated time as a staff team to build on this work and value together. Candidates from marginalized communities and non-traditional educational/work histories are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply For Our Post-Doctoral Fellowship

Desired applicants will have a background in Behavior Therapy and a willingness to learn and develop mastery in evidence-based treatments. Experience with adolescents & families is desired and not required.

Interested applicants should submit the following items to

  • A letter of interest
  • CV
  • (3) letters of reference (can be submitted by Supervisors/Advisors separately and directly)  

Applications are considered on a rolling basis with a final deadline of January 15th, 2023. We encourage submission at the earliest possible date.

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