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An inclusive, open and diverse community is essential to excellence in training and fosters voices that have been ignored or discouraged.
To address the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion, and in recognition of the under-representation of members of historically and currently excluded groups, we take proactive measures throughout our residency admissions process striving for diversity and cultural safety.
This includes implicit bias training for all interview panels and prioritizing self-identified Indigenous applicants for interview.
We encourage you to self-identify any aspect of diversity in your cover letter, noting disclosure is of course, completely optional.
Watch a brief video to learn more about our department and what we offer.
Expected duration: 1 year
Stipend: $60, 404
The Clinical Health Psychology residency is a generalist program that endorses a scientist-practitioner model of training, allowing residents to develop the skills to work with a variety of populations and the ability to apply research and knowledge to the analysis of health problems.
More about the program:
Clinical Health Psychology Residency streams
The Adult stream focuses on assessment, consultation and intervention with mental health and health populations. The emphasis in the stream is on mental health presentations.
Adult Health stream
The Adult Health stream is new for 2022-2023. This stream focuses on assessment, consultation and intervention with medical populations, including chronic pain, gastrointestinal disease, women's health and pre-surgical assessments. Rotations in mental health are included as well.
Child and Adolescent stream
The Child and Adolescent stream focuses on developmental, psychodiagnostic and neuropsychological assessment; consultation and intervention for (mental) health and illness related problems in pediatric health populations.
The Neuropsychology stream provides training in neuropsychological assessment and intervention with populations such as neurosurgical, traumatic brain injury, neurodegenerative diseases (including geriatric) and stroke/cerebrovascular accidents.
Rural – Generalist stream
The Rural – Generalist stream provides training with child, adolescent and adult populations. A six-month rotation in Winnipeg focuses on assessment and intervention in general mental health, women's health and anxiety disorders. The six-month rotation in rural Manitoba focuses on consultation, assessment and intervention with diverse populations.
Rural – Adult Brandon stream
The Rural – Adult Brandon offers a six-month rotation in Winnipeg focusing on geriatric consultation and intervention and assessment and intervention at the Occupational Stress Injuries Clinic. The six-month rotation in Brandon focuses on adult community mental health, health psychology, inpatient and consultation.
How to apply
Application deadline: November 1, 2022
Applicants may apply to one or more of the six streams offered by Clinical Health Psychology Residency:
- Adult stream
- Adult Health stream
- Child and Adolescent stream
- Neuropsychology stream
- Rural – Generalist stream
- Rural – Adult Lifespan Brandon stream
Interview week: January 16 - 20, 2023
Note: Only Canadian citizens and permanent residents are eligible to apply for positions as psychology residents, with preference given to applicants from Canadian Psychological Association or American Psychological Association accredited doctoral programs.
Please be aware, all residents must be fully-vaccinated against COVID-19.
The Clinical Health Psychology residency participates in the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internships Centres (APPIC) Computer Matching Program. All materials should be submitted electronically via the APPIC online application process.
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Clinical Health Psychology
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University of Manitoba, Bannatyne Campus
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