CAPS will be offering three postdoctoral fellowship tracks for 2022-2023: the Evanston Campus Fellowship (see below for more information), the King Office of Sport Psychology Fellowship (located on the Evanston Campus; see below for more information), and the Chicago Campus Fellowship (more information on the Chicago Campus Fellowship is available here). Information about applying for CAPS Postdoctoral Fellowships can be found here.
CAPS Postdoctoral Fellowships are designed for a doctoral graduate of a psychology program who is seeking licensure and is interested in integrating clinical work with outreach and consultation in the college mental-health setting. At least 70% of the Fellow’s time will be spent on various clinical services (including case management and clinical documentation), as well as a combination of outreach, consultation, professional development, and other activities at the CAPS.
The Evanston Campus Fellow provides mental health services on Northwestern's main campus to undergraduate and graduate (masters and Ph.D.) students. The Chicago CAPS Fellow provides mental health services to graduate and professional students from Feinberg School of Medicine, Pritzker School of Law, The Graduate School, and Medill School of Journalism among other programs. 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.
The 2022-23 Postdoctoral Fellowship positions will start on August 1, 2022.