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The Post Doctoral Psychology Fellow, under the general
direction of the department Director, Manager, or
designee, and under the supervision of a licensed
Psychologist, delivers direct clinical services, such as
psychological evaluation, psychotherapy, and case
consultation. Contributes to the development and
maintenance of clinical and teaching programs.
Participates in program evaluation and research.
This APPIC-Listed Fellowship is a one year fellowship in
the assessment and treatment of children and families
within the specialty area of child maltreatment. The
Kapi‘olani Child Protection Center provides direct
services to diverse, multi-ethnic and cultural groups of
Hawai‘i and offers opportunities to work with a
multidisciplinary professional team and community
From its inception, Kapi‘olani has played a vital role
in the health of Hawaii&rsqu o;s women and children.
Today, as the states only specialty hospital, Kapi‘olani
is well recognized as Hawaii&rsqu o;s leader in the care
of women and children.
Hawai‘i Pacific Health is Hawai‘i’s largest health care
system including a network of four hospitals, 44
outpatient clinics & service sites, and over 1,300
dedicated physicians across the state. We are 5,400+
caring employees strongly committed to health care
excellence. Our facilities include: Kapi‘olani Medical
Center for Women and Children, Pali Momi Medical Center,
Straub Clinic & Hospital and Wilcox Memorial Hospital.
Minimum Qualifications: Doctorate degree in Psychology
from a regionally accredited institution. Eligible to
sit for licensing exam within one year from date of
hire. Completion of one year pre-doctoral psychology
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Hawaii Pacific Health is an equal opportunity employer
and does not unlawfully discriminate against any
applicant on the basis of race, color, religion, sex,
national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, or
any other class protected by federal or state law.
Concerns or complaints should be brought to the
attention of the Director, Workforce Development at
Hawaii Pacific Health Research Institute/Grants - 20 months ago