Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Counseling Psychology About Hamline Founded in 1854, Hamline is Minnesota's first university, and was among the first co-educational institutions in the nation. Hamline remains rooted in the values and traditions of the United Methodist Church, which include a commitment to liberal education, civic engagement, social justice, and inclusive leadership and service. Located in Saint Paul, Minnesota, the Hamline campus is within close proximity of many urban amenities via light-rail public transit, including the downtown districts of both Minneapolis and St. Paul. In addition to undergraduate programs, Hamline also has a law school and graduate programs in business, education, and creative writing, for a total enrollment of over 5,000 students. Approximately one-third of Hamline’s undergraduate population is comprised of first-generation college students and 25% are students of color. Program Philosophy The Counseling & Health Services (C&HS) office is an integrated medical and mental health clinic, guided by an ethic of holistic wellness for clients and staff alike. The purpose of the post-doctoral fellowship is to provide varied learning opportunities within a supportive work environment, and thereby facilitate a smooth transition from trainee to autonomous professional. Upon completion, the post-doctoral counselor will be fully prepared to obtain licensure as a psychologist in the state of Minnesota. Training Opportunities The post-doctoral fellowship affords opportunities to work closely with a multi-disciplinary team of 4 psychologists, a physician assistant, a nurse practitioner, an RN, a medical assistant, a part-time family practice physician, and a part-time psychiatrist. Counseling services are delivered primarily in an individual format, but the post-doctoral counselor will also provide group counseling, couples counseling, crisis intervention, outreach, and consultation to members of the university community. Training for the fellowship includes 90 minutes of weekly individual supervision, and one hour of weekly group case consultation. Counseling Staff The members of the counseling staff at Hamline represent a variety of theoretical orientations, training experiences, and personal backgrounds. Members of our staff include: Hussein Rajput (PhD - University of Minnesota; Internship - University of Oregon). Interest areas: identity development, relationship issues, treatment of social anxiety. Shih-Hsun Lin (PhD - University of Minnesota; Internship - Michigan State University). Interest areas: cross-cultural counseling, international students, treatment of depression. Jenny Roper (PsyD - University of St. Thomas; Internship - University of Minnesota). Interest areas: feminist approaches, group counseling, first-generation college students. Katy Rimstad (PhD - Southern Illinois University; Internship - University of St. Thomas). Interest areas: health psychology, stress management, teaching and outreach. Qualifications Eligible candidates will have completed all degree requirements for a doctorate in counseling or clinical psychology from an APA-accredited program (including dissertation defense) prior to the start date of the fellowship. Competitive applicants will have demonstrated a strong interest and prior experience working with college student populations. Salary & Benefits The post-doctoral fellowship is a 12-month full-time paid position running from September 1 through August 31. Compensation for this position includes a salary of $33,000 and full benefits (medical, dental, long-term disability, 403(b), vacation, paid holidays, and sick time). The final three months of the training program will include work on an independent project and release time for licensure exam preparation. To Apply An on-line application can be accessed through the "Employment Opportunities" section of Hamline's Human Resources webpage. Applications will be accepted beginning January 1. Interviews will begin in early February and will continue until the position is filled.