MIRECC / CoE
VISN 1 New England MIRECC: Fellowships
VA Advanced Fellowship Program in Mental Illness Research Education and Treatment: West Haven, CT Site
The VA Office of Academic Affiliations is sponsoring a VA Advanced Fellowship Program in Mental Illness Research and Treatment at the VA Connecticut Healthcare System (VACHS), West Haven campus. The primary goal of the VA Advanced Fellowship Program is to train psychologists to become exceptional clinical researchers in high priority areas of VA mental health. The Fellowship follows a scientist-practitioner model and is designed to offer clinical research training and advanced clinical training in an interdisciplinary setting. Fellows are individually mentored in clinical research and clinical service delivery by VA/Yale faculty. Fellows work with individual research mentors to develop a training plan that supports the Fellow’s professional goals. Fellows work with at least two licensed clinical psychologist supervisors each year to support development of advanced skills in service delivery. Each year, the fellowship recruits two psychologists for a two-year Fellowship, one in SUD/dual diagnosis at the MIRECC and one in PTSD at the NC-PTSD.
The psychology Fellowship is fully accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the American Psychological Association.
Applications due on December 1, 2021.
Specific information available here: West Haven CT Advanced Fellowship Brochure
Further information also available at:
VA Advanced Fellowship Program in Mental Illness Research Education and Treatment: Bedford, MA Site
The Bedford site of VISN 1 New England Mental Illness Research, Education, and Clinical Center (MIRECC) is home to a two-year Advanced Psychology Fellowship program in Mental Illness Research and Treatment sponsored by the VA Office of Academic Affiliations (OAA). The primary goal of our fellowship program is to train psychology fellows for advanced-level clinical research and practice and leadership roles in mental health through interdisciplinary specialist training. Centered in a scientist-practitioner philosophy, fellows receive individual mentorship in clinical research and training in advanced clinical practice and program administration. Fellows will develop an individualized training plan with the guidance of their identified mentor and mentorship committee. Fellows will be prepared to become fully licensed and assume leadership roles as VA mental health care providers. As part of the broader, nationwide network of VA Advanced fellowships, fellows also receive state-of-the-art educational experiences at both the local and national level.
Applications due on December 10, 2021.
Specific fellowship information available here: Bedford MA Advanced Fellowship Brochure
Further information also available at: Internships And Fellowships | VA Bedford Health Care
National MIRECC/CoE Fellowship Information:
Visit the National MIRECC/CoE Fellowship page