Cadence Child & Adolescent Therapy, an evidence-based practice clinic founded in Washington State, is seeking experienced Post-Doctoral Fellows with interest in building proficiency in their Anxiety/OCD and FBT skills in our satellite location in Utah.
The primary supervisor will be BYU faculty, Dr. Kristy Ludwig, and fellows will have access to a range of secondary supervisors with expertise across our interdisciplinary clinic. Our Anxiety supervision team includes University of Washington faculty members and our Eating Disorder team is led by a former faculty member of Stanford University School of Medicine.
We offer a robust mix of supervision and learning experiences, utilizing session recording, 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 Cadence Team Culture
Cadence values developing an anti-racist culture and clinical practices. We welcome and foster a diverse work place 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 Careers@Cadencechat.com:
- A letter of interest
- (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.