Program begins September 6, 2022 and continues through August 31, 2023.
A 40 hour work week is required and residents receive paid time
off and holidays.
Residents are expected to be at CHC five days per week, at least
one evening per week until 6 p.m. at most clinics (please note that late
hours differ by clinic, but are no later than 7 p.m.) and a minimum of one
Saturday per month to meet the needs of our working clients.
A stipend of $50,000 is offered for the year.
The residency is a 12 month, full-time salaried position.
Residents enjoy the full and competitive benefit package of CHC
employees, including the following:
Top-notch group medical, dental and health insurance
Company-paid short-term disability, long-term disability and life insurance
403(b) retirement plan with substantial discretionary employer match and contribution
Paid time off program
Continuing Education funds and paid day to attend a conference or training
Stipend to attend a national conference during residency
License reimbursement benefit
Supplemental vision, disability, accident and life insurance
Resident experience will
Supervision (individual and group)
Weekly didactic sessions
Outpatient clinical treatment in the primary care clinic (32
Training seminars and supervision (8 hours)
Exposure to specialized settings, including shelter-based and
school-based work, are available at most sites and may be required.
Training in the use of eClinical Works, CHC’s integrated
electronic health record, which allows access to clients’ medical, behavioral
health and dental records.
Necessary supervised clinical experience to qualify to sit for the
EPPP and CT state exam for psychology licensure.
Note: Psychologists must be
licensed to qualify for the National Health Service Corps loan forgiveness
programs. CHC is qualified as a site for this program for licensed
Unique resident experiences
at CHC include:
Bi-weekly quality improvement seminars
Opportunity to participate in research pending experience and project availability
Development of supervision skills
Residents are encouraged to participate in new agency and departmental initiatives that drive quality and service to our clients, when available.