The Kaiser Foundation Rehabilitation Center (KFRC) is a 48-bed, CARF-accredited comprehensive neurorehabilitation program within a large medical center. We are currently offering 1 full-time, two-year postdoctoral residency position. Adult and adolescent neuropsychology are the major focus of the residency. The resident receives training in all aspects of neuropsychological evaluation, behavioral consultation, psychological evaluation, and individual psychotherapy within a rehabilitation interdisciplinary team (rotations on traumatic brain injury, general neurorehabilitation, and spinal cord injury teams). Populations include adults, geriatrics, and adolescents (age 14 and older). Residents are provided with opportunities to evaluate and treat culturally-diverse patients with a variety of complex neurological and medical conditions. The Resident will also have an opportunity to supervise one or two practicum-level students. Selected applicants should have experience in neuropsychological and psychological assessments, completed an APA-accredited/APPIC-member internship and received a PhD/PsyD degree from an APA-accredited program before the beginning of the program in early September. Applications are due by January 15th for the training year beginning the following September. For more information on how to apply, visit our website at:
info.kaiserpermanente.org/html/psychtraining/neuro_vallejo.html or contact Anna K. Morita, Psy.D. at firstname.lastname@example.org.