Monday, October 4, 2010

Post-MSW Graduate Training Fellowship

Post-MSW Graduate Training Fellowship
The Yale Child Study Center is pleased to offer a one-year Post-MSW Graduate Training Fellowship to begin July 1, 2011. The mission of this training program is to advance practice competency, professionalism, and leadership in the field of clinical social work. The Child Study Center is a multi-disciplinary department in the Yale School of Medicine that provides training, clinical services for children and families, and conducts research in child psychiatry and related disciplines. Social work fellows will participate in both multi-disciplinary and discipline specific training, which will include didactics, observation of senior clinicians, intensive supervision, and direct practice. Direct practice will occur in either the Outpatient Clinic or an In-home Family Support Services program. Additional training opportunities will extend into the young child, trauma, anxiety, inpatient, and autism and developmental disabilities clinical programs as scheduling and individual fellow’s interests permit.
A stipend of $25,000 will be provided. Comprehensive health care through the Yale Health Plan is available at no charge. Housing and transportation are not provided.
Applications for the Yale Child Study Center’s Post-MSW Graduate Training Fellowship for July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012 are available for download.

Please refer to our website at for our application as well as information regarding our Outpatient Clinic and In-home Family Support Service Programs.
Interested applicants should submit their completed application form, resume, most recent school transcript, 3 letters of reference, a brief (de-identified) clinical writing sample, and a statement of interest and professional goals as a complete application package to:
Rosemary Serra
Administrative Assistant
Yale Child Study Center
230 South Frontage Road
New Haven, CT 06520

Please direct inquiries to Ms. Serra at
NOTE: Complete application packages are due and must be postmarked by January 15, 2011. Late or incomplete application packages will not be accepted.

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