CGC provides a supportive professional environment with extensive in-service training, continuing education, generous benefits and flexible hours.
All positions provide cultural competency/sensitivity to facilitate high quality work with our diverse population.
Bi-cultural candidates with Spanish or Haitian Creole fluency are encouraged to apply. EOE.
Recognized for over 60 years for excellence treating a broad spectrum of behavioral health issues facing children, adolescents and their families, CGC’s staff have the opportunity to make a major difference in children’s lives. With the expertise of a multi-disciplinary team of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, other master’s level professionals and care coordinators, CGC has a dual commitment to effective clinical services and to developing the expertise of clinical staff and trainees.
CGC also has a National Health Service Corp. (NHSC) site, which entitles qualified clinicians to apply for federal student loan repayment.
The Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut is the only children’s mental health agency in the region that has a psychology training program membership with the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Center (APPIC). For further information about our internship and postdoctoral training programs for graduate and postgraduate students in psychology please visit www.appic.org.
The Doctoral Internship program of the Child Guidance Center of Southern Connecticut adheres to APPIC Match policies and participates in the APPIC Match. Applicants are required to use the Online APPI and to submit a redacted case conceptualization and treatment summary, as well as a completed psychological evaluation.
Psychology Fellowship Program – Overview [PDF]