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Anxiety and Agoraphobia Treatment Center Advanced Practicum Training Program
The AATC Advanced Practicum Training Program is a one-year (with option for two year), 20-hour/week training experience offering state-of-the art Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) training for Masters-level student clinicians currently enrolled in an APA-Accredited Clinical Psychology Doctoral program. Core training opportunities include the provision of individual and group therapy, participation on intensive treatment teams, weekly supervision/mentorship, shadowing opportunities, and regular clinical seminar and didactic training throughout the year. Strong preference is given to applicants who have training and clinical experience in CBT, or other empirically derived treatments and theoretical orientation. The practicum program is administered by the Director of AATC, Dr. Karen Cassiday.
To apply for the Practicum Training Program:
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, copy of their transcript (unofficial okay), curriculum vitae and three letters of reference to Dr. Karen Cassiday. Applications are accepted through January 31st, 2013 for the 2013-2014 Training Year.
Please send materials to:
Dr. Karen Cassiday
707 Lake Cook Road, Suite 310
Deerfield, IL 60015
For additional questions or information, contact KLCassiday@anxietytreatmentcenter.com
Anxiety and Agoraphobia Treatment Center Post-Doctoral Training Program
The Post-Doctoral Training Program provides advanced opportunities for training in cognitive behavioral assessment, therapy and consultation-liason work while preparing for licensure. Client population served will be fee for service patients. Both individual and group supervision are provided. Opportunities for learning supervisory skills with graduate students and public speaking are also provided for those who are interested. Interested applicants must have graduated from an APA accredited Doctoral program and internship and have received prior clinical training in cognitive behavioral treatment of anxiety and OC spectrum disorders. They must also have a theoretical orientation that is cognitive behavioral.
To apply for the Post-Doctoral Training Program:
Interested applicants should submit a copy of their transcript, curriculum vitae and three letters of reference to Dr. Karen Cassiday at either:
or the office address: AATC,707 Lake Cook Road, Suite 310, Deerfield IL, 60015. There are no formal deadlines for student applications and applications are accepted on a rolling basis.