Postdoctoral Clinical/Research Fellowship in Human Sexuality – Univ. of Minnesota

Postdoctoral Clinical/Research Fellowship in Human Sexuality – Univ. of Minnesota

Postdoctoral Clinical/Research Fellowship in Human Sexuality
 
The Program in Human Sexuality at the University Of Minnesota Medical School may 
have an opening for a two year fellowship starting this late summer or fall, 
2014.  For certain, we will have openings for Fall of 2015.
 
We seek applicants to join a vibrant team of faculty and postdoctoral fellows 
for a two-year fellowship program.  Fellows would provide individual, family, 
couple and group psychotherapy for a wide range of sexual dysfunctions and 
problems including:  relationship and sexual problems, transgender issues, 
sexual orientation concerns, compulsive sexual behavior, paraphilias, sexual 
offending, and HIV counseling. The clinic serves a diverse group of patients (an 
average of 1,300 visits per month), including children, adolescents, minorities, 
disabled individuals, and clients with chronic medical or mental health 
problems. The training will help the fellow develop skills in addressing sexual 
issues in any clinical setting and conducting psychosexual evaluations. In 
addition to sex therapy, treatment addresses a wide variety of Axis I and Axis 
II disorders. This kind of diversity makes for an exciting and stimulating 
fellowship! Fellows complete a research project that is tailored to their own 
interests. Applicants must have their Ph.D., Psy. D. or M.D. The fellowship 
helps individuals gain licensure. The fellowship includes a competitive salary, 
excellent benefits, and a professional travel stipend.  Interested candidates 
who might be interested should contact Eli Coleman, PhD, Director, Program in 
Human Sexuality, 1300 S. 2nd St., Suite 180, Minneapolis, MN 55454 or 
colem001@umn.edu