Post-Doctoral Psychology Fellow


The Post-Doctoral Psychology Fellow will gain valuable clinical training by providing diagnostic assessments, therapeutic interventions, and consultations for children, adolescents, and families within the Fraser Autism Program, while under supervision and in the process of obtaining licensure. There may be permanent Psychologist positions available upon completion of the Post-Doc training to continue employment and professional development with Fraser.


1. Provide diagnostic assessments for Fraser clients.

2. Provide individual therapy and/or skills training for Fraser clients.

3. Provide family therapy, family skills training, and parent guidance for Fraser clients.

4. Assist as needed in the delivery of day treatment services.

5. Administer, analyze, interpret, and report results of psychological, academic, and cognitive assessment tools.

6. Maintain client medical records in a timely manner, including session notes, billing sheets, insurance authorizations, diagnostic assessments, and treatment plans.

7. Attend clinical staff meetings and provide input on peer reviews.

8. Know and understand Fraser policies and procedures, DHS Rule 29, Medical Assistance, and other third party payer requirements. Provide services and documentation to meet these requirements.

9. Communicate concerns regarding rule and policy compliance to supervisor.

10. Schedule and provide clinical services in such a way as to meet or exceed budgeted productivity targets.

11. Pursue clinical licensure and further professional development through external seminars and research as appropriate.

12. Actively participate in individual and group supervision on a weekly basis.

13. Complete licensure requirements within expected time limits.


Any Fraser clinical location in the Twin Cities, which may include Minneapolis, Bloomington, Anoka, or Eden Prairie.


Full-time Monday through Friday, generally within standard business hours of 8:00am-5:00pm.


1. Master’s Degree in Psychology required. Completed doctoral degree from an APA-accredited psychology training program preferred.

2. Completed pre-doctoral internship in clinical psychology with child/family focus required.

3. Post degree, pursuit of licensure as a Licensed Psychologist from the State of Minnesota required.

4. IF DRIVING: Valid Minnesota Driver’s License with acceptable record required.

5. Ability to achieve and maintain status of “may provide direct contact for this agency” upon completion of criminal background studies.

6. Clinical experience with preschool children with serious emotional or developmental disorders.

7. Effective communication in the English language, including verbal and written communication with both internal and external contacts required.

8. Basic mathematical skills, including the ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide and calculate percentages required.

9. Ability to recognize problems, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions required.

10. Computer proficiency using Word and Excel with proficiency in keyboarding skills.

11. Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail required.

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