The fellow will have opportunities to work with a broad range of clinical populations, such as patients with mood/anxiety disorders, PTSD and other trauma-related problems, eating disorders, borderline personality disorder, substance use disorders, and chronic medical illnesses.

The fellow will work within our comprehensive outpatient Dialectical Behavior Therapy program, coordinating referrals/intakes, providing individual DBT to adults and adolescents, leading and/or co-leading adult skills groups, and participating in the weekly DBT consultation team. The fellow will also have the opportunity for training and supervision in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and other behavioral therapies.  Specific clinical experiences will be determined by fellow interest/training needs and funding sources. 

Core Clinical Training Experiences:

  • At least two hours of individual supervision with licensed psychologists. Availability of additional ad hoc supervision as necessary.
  • Department of Psychiatry Clinic Services:
    • Clinical interviews
    • Individual therapy
    • DBT Skills Training Group
    • ACT for Building a Life Group

 Optional Clinical Training Experiences:     

  • Eating Disorders Treatment
  • Adolescent DBT Multifamily Group
  • Equality Clinic of Augusta (after hours, voluntary)
    • Free primary care clinic for LGBTQ individuals