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Fellow Responsibilities

Evanston Campus Fellow and King Office of Sport Psychology Fellow responsibilities and activities are described below.  More information on Chicago Campus Fellow's responsibilities can be found here.

Evanston Campus Postdoctoral Fellowship

The Evanston Campus Fellow provides a number of services typical of a college counseling center clinician, and participates in a variety of roles and activities throughout the year.

The Fellow receives 2 hours of weekly clinical supervision.  To address a Fellow's needs for professional development, multidisciplinary experience, and licensing requirements in Illinois, one individual supervisor will be a licensed psychologist, and the other may be a licensed psychologist or licensed clinician from another mental-health discipline. 

*Some evening and weekend hours required.

**Evanston Campus and Chicago Campus Fellows both serve as members of the CAPS Training Committee. Fellows are an integral part of the Intern Selection Committee that reviews, interviews, and ranks internship candidates for the APPIC national match.

King Office of Sport Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship

The King Office of Sport Psychology Fellow provides mental health and mental performance services for varsity student-athletes at the King Office of Sport Psychology at Walter Athletics Center on Northwestern’s Evanston Campus.  Supervised by licensed sport psychology staff, the Fellow participates in a variety of roles and activities throughout the year:

The Fellow receives 2 hours of weekly clinical supervision from King Office of Sport Psychology staff. To address a Fellow's needs for professional development, multidisciplinary experience, and licensing requirements in Illinois, one individual supervisor will be a licensed psychologist, and the other may be a licensed psychologist or licensed clinician from another mental-health discipline. 

Please note that some evening and weekend hours will be required for this position.