Laurie Greco, PhD
- Vice Chair, Behavioral Health Director, Clinical Health/Primary Care Psychology Fellowship Assistant Professor of Clinical Family and Community Medicine
The Department of Family and Community Medicine offers a one to two-year post-doctoral fellowship for psychologists interested in primary care and clinical health psychology. The program offers specialized training in primary care behavioral health integration, chronic pain rehabilitation, immigrant/refugee health, and evidence-based behavior therapies such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
The fellowship will prepare psychologists to provide a broad range of behavioral health services in primary care and outpatient mental health clinics. In addition to providing clinical services, fellows participate in regularly scheduled training activities such as weekly individual and group supervision with licensed psychologist(s). Throughout the training year, fellows work closely with family physicians and providers/staff from other disciplines such as nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy, nutrition, and social work. In addition, there may be opportunities to supervise clinical psychology graduate students or other behavioral health trainees.
Psychology fellows work with economically and ethnically diverse patient populations at our Rardin Family Practice and CarePoint East locations. Common clinical issues addressed in these clinics include:
Applicants must have a doctoral degree (PhD or PsyD) in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA-accredited program and completion of an internship that meets APA/APPIC requirements. Preference will be given to applicants with interest and experience in primary care, health psychology or behavioral medicine and evidence-based psychotherapies.
Please email application materials to Rebecca Szabo at Rebecca.Szabo@osumc.edu.