Q&A Sessions every Thursday at 1 pm beginning March 31, 2022.
Email [email protected] to RSVP.
Servimos a muchos clientes hispanohablantes y por lo tanto, los residentes de psicología tienen la oportunidad de proveer psicoterapia en Español.
The Post-doctoral Residency Program at Community Health Center Inc. (CHC) is one of few APA accredited programs in a community health center. CHC offers a top-notch level of training within an integrated care setting that is pivotal for any clinician due to its breadth and diversity of experiences. The opportunities to tailor one’s training experience to focus on specific areas of interest as well as the emphases placed on fostering leadership, quality improvement, and supervisory skills are unique aspects that set the residency program apart from others.
CHC provides the opportunity to work within a fast-paced environment, where residents are able to function independently as providers while also experiencing a supportive training structure. The residency program sites are positioned at fixed, mobile, and school-based locations in both rural and urban cities across the state of Connecticut.
CHC residents practice and train within multiple clinic locations positioned across the state, where they are able to collaborate within an extensive integrated network of providers and a residency cohort of eight colleagues. Residents work alongside many different providers, including but not limited to medical doctors, advanced practice registered nurses, dentists, medical assistants, registered nurses, podiatrists, dieticians, psychiatric providers, chiropractors and prenatal providers. Our residency program prepares trainees to be independent, ethical, resilient, and well-trained clinicians who are equipped to work in any clinical setting. As such, applicants from diverse identities and experiences are encouraged to apply.
Email [email protected] with questions or to learn more about the program.
View our program data updated as of 11/23/2021:
Postdoctoral Residency Admissions, Support, and Initial Placement Data