Clinical Program Fellowships
Depending on funding, one to three fellowships are available in specialized behavioral programs, listed below. In addition to their primary area of concentration, fellows will also see individual clients presenting with a full spectrum of psychological difficulties.
Our fellows work with nationally recognized experts and gain experience and expertise in their area of interest, all while receiving a guaranteed salary and benefits as they work through the licensure process. The Director of Training is based at the Macklind office and will have, at a minimum, one hour of weekly contact with all fellows. Fellowships are scheduled to begin each year in September.
Center for OCD and Anxiety-Related Disorders (COARD)
The Center for OCD and Anxiety-Related Disorders (COARD) is a multi-disciplinary program for the evaluation, treatment and study of phobias, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, generalized anxiety, social anxiety, post-traumatic stress, and anxiety-related problems. COARD offers comprehensive treatment including medication, cognitive and behavioral therapies, and other adjunctive interventions. A full spectrum of care is offered including intensive outpatient, day treatment, and individual, group, and family therapy. As a regional and national resource for patients and health professionals, COARD also offers comprehensive evaluations for patients from outside the St. Louis area, case consultations to professionals in other parts of the country, and specialized, intensive treatment for individuals with anxiety disorders that have not benefited from prior treatment.
Dual Program Postdoc in Eating Disorders Program and Dialectical Behavior Therapy Program
The Eating Disorder Program at SLBMI is a specialized eating disorder treatment program that utilizes evidence-based therapies. It offers evidence-based, comprehensive treatment including medication management, cognitive and behavioral therapies, and other adjunctive interventions. A full spectrum of care is provided, including intensive outpatient, and individual, group, and family therapy. Training within both Adolescent and Adult IOPs are offered.
The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Program providers at SLBMI have been trained in a formal Marsha Linehan DBT approach. Postdoctoral fellows are expected to be active members of a DBT consultation team, as well as provide treatment in the Adult DBT IOP and DBT Outpatient Group/individual services.