Post-Doctoral Fellowship Information

The Academic and Staff Assistance Program offers confidential, cost-free assessment, intervention, consultation, and referral services to all UC Davis staff, faculty, and their immediate family members. For more information visit their website.

There are two positions available for the 2023-2024 academic year. Start date is based on applicant/department needs.

The Post-Doctoral Fellow will provide clinical assessment, brief counseling, crisis intervention, consultation, outreach presentations, and referral services within the department, under supervision. Trainees will work within an interdisciplinary team of professionals and receive training and supervision from psychiatrists and psychologists from the academic campus and the UC Davis Health System.

Over the course of the yearlong fellowship, fellows will meet licensing requirements for accruing 2,000 post-doctoral hours.

This position offers a unique training opportunity in organizational/industrial psychology which allows trainees to gain skills in conducting workplace violence assessments, consulting with senior leadership to support organizational change, and providing coaching to managers and supervisors to enhance their leadership skills to better support the mental/emotional wellbeing of their employees.

Upon completion of training at ASAP previous trainees have advanced into careers at Kaiser Permanente, Sutter Center for Psychiatry, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, UC Davis Academic and Staff Assistance Program, and private practice.

  • Benefits and Compensation
  • $60,000 + mid-level benefits
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  • Application Information
  • To be eligible to apply, candidates must have completed a doctorate degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology. In addition, candidates must have experience conducting clinical assessments and implementing evidence-based interventions with a cross-cultural, adult population in a short-term model. Desired qualifications include experience providing counseling services to staff/faculty within a university setting. The training program recruits for two positions annually and the start date is negotiated with the applicants selected. A doctoral degree must be posted before licensing hours can be accrued.

    Complete application materials (Curriculum Vitae, Cover Letter & 3 professional letters of recommendation) can be forwarded to Dr. Satinder Gill, Clinical/Training Director at

For more information contact Dr. Satinder Gill, Clinical/Training Director at