The faculty in the pediatric psychology fellowship training program is enthusiastic and committed to provide quality supervision to support the fellow’s training goals.  We are honored to have the opportunity to help fellows prepare for the transition from trainee to independent professional.  The opportunity to train with different faculty throughout the year provides fellows with a wealth of perspectives on clinical intervention and professional development which is a strength of our program.  

Fellows will have at least 2-3 hours of one-on-one supervision per week. Additional supervision can be scheduled as needed.  Fellows and faculty will set goals for supervision which are monitored and revised throughout the training year. Fellows will be provided formal feedback by their supervisors at the mid-point and end of each trimester with ongoing informal feedback provided as needed.  Supervisors will engage in live observation.  

Fellows will also have monthly sessions with the training director to discuss progress in the program and for professional development mentoring. For the first month of the training year, all fellows will meet with the training director monthly. Individual meetings can also be arranged.  

Fellows will have the opportunity to supervise graduate practicum students who are participating in the Craniofacial Clinic and will receive supervision of their supervision.