Child & Adolescent Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowships
Postdoctoral fellowship programs in NYU Langone’s Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry offer advanced training in six child and adolescent psychology subspecialties. The programs take place at the Child Study Center, part of Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone.
We welcome candidates who have completed an accredited American Psychological Association (APA) doctoral program and an APA-approved internship to apply to our intensive and specialized training programs in these concentrated areas of interest. Through supervised training and coursework, you develop increasing competency in your chosen subspecialty and are ready to advance to licensure.
Autism Spectrum Disorder Fellowship
Fellows gain advanced training in the assessment and treatment of children with autism spectrum disorder, pervasive developmental disorders, and co-occurring disorders. Learn more about the Autism Spectrum Disorder Fellowship.
Anxiety and Mood Disorders in Children Fellowship
Fellows master cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavior therapy treatment approaches for children and adolescents who have anxiety, mood, and other internalizing disorders at the Anita Saltz Institute for Anxiety and Mood Disorders. Learn more about the Anxiety and Mood Disorders in Children Fellowship.
Anxiety and Mood Disorders and Pediatric Integrated Behavioral Health Fellowship
This unique program combines advanced training in cognitive behavioral therapy for internalizing disorders across the continuum of psychiatry and pediatrics, with a specific focus on techniques for children and adolescents who are being treated for other acute and chronic medical conditions. Fellows train at multiple NYU Langone sites. Learn more about the Anxiety and Mood Disorders and Pediatric Integrated Behavioral Health Fellowship.
ADHD and Disruptive Behavior Disorders Fellowship
Fellows gain advanced training in parent–child interaction therapy for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and other disruptive behavior disorders; learn how to perform structured behavioral school observations and consultations; and develop consultation protocols for school-based mental health services. Learn more about the ADHD and Disruptive Behavior Disorders Fellowship.
Developmental Brain Science Fellowship
Fellows learn about the biological bases of neurodevelopmental disorders, supervise longitudinal data collection on this topic, and gain a better understanding of factors in the environment that increase or mitigate risk for these conditions. Learn more about the Developmental Brain Science Fellowship.
Early Childhood Psychology Fellowship
Fellows refine their skills assessing and treating children younger than age 6, who have a range of social, emotional, and developmental concerns. Participants gain experience performing school observations, consultations, interacting with parents, and providing evidence-based interventions. Learn more about the Early Childhood Psychology Fellowship.
Pediatric Neuropsychology Fellowship
Fellows learn how to assess and identify successful interventions and accommodations for children, adolescents, and young adults with neurodevelopmental conditions, including acquired brain injury, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, epilepsy, and learning disabilities. Learn more about the Pediatric Neuropsychology Fellowship.
Empirically Supported Treatments for Children with Selective Mutism and ADHD Fellowship
Fellows participate in advanced training that gives you expertise in developing specially designed assessment protocols and family, school, and group interventions for children with selective mutism and ADHD. Learn more about the Empirically Supported Treatments for Children with Selective Mutism and ADHD Fellowship.