How to Apply:

Our program offers two Clinical Health Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowships. The two tracks include:

  • Women's Health and Behavioral Health
  • Psychosocial Oncology

Completed applications must be submitted by December 15, 2022. Applicants meeting our initial requirements will be invited for virtual interviews in mid-January 2023. Full details of the fellowship can be found in our fellowship description document.

Required Application Materials

  • Brief cover letter indicating the track(s) to which you are applying and how training in this track relates to your career goals.
  • Updated Curriculum Vitae
  • Application Form

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  • Three (3) reference letters per instructions on application form. Letters should be addressed to:

Women’s Health and Behavioral Health Track: Helen Coons, Ph.D., Women’s Health and Behavioral Health Track Lead, Women’s Behavioral Health and Wellness, Department of Psychiatry, CUSOM.

Psychosocial Oncology Track: Erin Baurle Psy.D., Psychosocial Oncology Track Lead, Oncology Counseling Services, CUSOM

All application materials should be submitted by email to: dop.fellowship@ucdenver.edu

Your application will be considered for one of the Clinical Health Psychology fellowship positions that will start September 1, 2023. Applicants meeting our initial requirements will be invited for virtual interviews in mid-January 2023. Virtual interviews will include meetings with the primary mentors of each track, and other members of the training committee and Department of Psychiatry.

For additional information or questions, please contact the post-doctoral fellowship office at DOP.fellowship@ucdenver.edu.

Dr. Tyler Branagan, Director

Dr. Helen Coons, WHBH Track Lead

Dr. Erin Baurle, Psychosocial Oncology Track Lead