MSU CHM - Flint Campus

The Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training (CAPT) in Flint, Michigan is now accepting applications for five fellowship positions in our 24 month program beginning September 1, 2017 through August 31, 2019.

Postdoctoral positions available include:

Clinical Health Psychology

  • Primary Care Clinical Health Psychology (3 Positions)
  • Pediatric Clinical Health Psychology (1 Position)

Rehabilitation Psychology

  • Adult Rehabilitation Psychology (1 Position)

CAPT is affiliated with Michigan State University, Flint Area Medical Education and is accredited as a multiple practice program in the specialty areas of Clinical Health Psychology and Rehabilitation Psychology by the American Psychological Association (APA) Commission on Accreditation.

The CAPT program follows a clinician-educator model that allows fellows to:

1) develop advanced competency in adult clinical health psychology, pediatric clinical health psychology, or adult rehabilitation psychology,

2) assume leadership roles in medical education and supervisor training,

3) develop expertise in hospital and ambulatory practice by practicing within an interdisciplinary team model, and

4) make meaningful scholarly contributions to the field.

The program offers comprehensive didactic training experiences, opportunities for scholarship, competitive salary and benefits, and an academic appointment with Michigan State University College of Human Medicine.

Specific clinical experiences vary by site and position.

Applications are due by January 9, 2017. Apply Today!

Primary Care Clinical Health Psychology at either McLaren Flint or Genesys Regional Medical Center: Clinical work occurs in primary care outpatient and hospital based settings. For the primary care experiences, fellows are embedded in medical primary care residency programs (Family Medicine at McLaren and Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, & OB/GYN at Genesys). There they operate from an Integrated Primary Care (IPC) model where clinical assessments and interventions are integrated with other primary care visits with brief treatments (15-20 minutes) provided using short-term (3-4 four sessions) solution-focused and evidence based interventions. Fellows have the opportunity to conduct Chronic Pain and Geriatric Assessments (McLaren) and ADHD evaluations (Genesys) as well as performing traditional short-term outpatient psychotherapy. In addition to primary care services, fellows also provide teaching services for Orthopaedic Surgery resident physicians (McLaren site) and Gastroenterology fellows (Genesys site). Opportunities for both service delivery and medical education occur at Karmanos Cancer Institute at McLaren Flint. For hospital-based experiences, fellows provide consultation-liaison evaluations and interventions for general, surgical, and oncology medical patients. Fellows actively participate in medical education teaching of primary care residents and medical students. Fellows in the second year also supervise doctoral level practicum students. For more information about these positions, contact Dr. Mark Vogel at or Dr. Barbara Wolf at

Pediatric Clinical Health Psychology at Hurley Medical Center: Clinical work occurs in a variety of inpatient and outpatient pediatric settings and includes participation in inpatient consultation-liaison services, outpatient psychotherapy, assessment and intervention within several interdisciplinary clinics (e.g., cleft lip/palate, cystic fibrosis, sickle cell disease), and integrated primary care. Presenting issues are broad and span the domains of clinical health psychology and clinical psychology, exclusively within the birth to young adult population. Fellows participate in teaching pediatric residents as part of a Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics rotation, and as part of an interpersonal and communication skills curriculum. Participation in collaborative research is also encouraged, but not required. For more details about this available position, contact Dr. Crystal Cederna-Meko by phone at 810.262.4834 or via e-mail at

Adult Rehabilitation Psychology at Hurley Medical Center: Clinical work occurs on the ICU, general medical floors, and inpatient rehabilitation. Heavy emphasis on clinical neuropsychology practice in diverse settings is also provided. In accordance with the Baltimore conference guidelines, fellows receive intensive training and obtain experience in the delivery of specialty services in both inpatient and outpatient settings. The program aspires to prepare the trainee for a career in hospital practice with a special emphasis on interdisciplinary care. Training emphasizes prerequisites for board certification. For more details about this available position, contact Dr. Kirk Stucky via e-mail at