Postdoctoral Fellowship Program "Welcome to the website of the Postdoctoral Fellowship Training Program in Psychology at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry." ~Wendi Cross, Ph.D. Director of Training in Clinical Psychology Wendi Cross, Ph.D. Director of Training in Clinical Psychology Psychology Postdoctoral Training Director Susan McDaniel, Ph.D. Director, Primary Care Family Track Carol Podgorski, Ph.D. Associate Director, Primary Care Family Track Linda J. Alpert-Gillis, Ph.D. Director, Child & Adolescent Track For questions, please contact Dr. Cross at (585) 275-2005 or via email at Wendi_Cross@urmc.rochester.edu. Our psychology training coordinator. Linda Brown, is also available at (585) 275-3563 or Psychology@URMC.Rochester.edu Our Postdoctoral Fellowship Program in Psychology is accredited by: The American Psychological Association Office of Program Consultation and Accreditation 750 First Street, NE Washington, D.C. 20002 Phone: (202) 336-5979 Overview The goal of our APA accredited postdoctoral fellowship program is to produce psychologists with advanced practice competence with an emphasis in one of two clinical areas or tracks: 1) primary care family psychology, or 2) child and adolescent psychology. We have five overarching long-term goals for all fellows across both tracks. In the area of Professional Skills and Competencies, we aim to develop psychologists who have an advanced skills in: 1) diagnosis and assessment, and 2) treatment and consultation. In the area of Professional Standards and Behavior, we aim to develop psychologists who demonstrate: 3) ethical understanding and behavior, and 4) professional development and demeanor. In the area of Academic Competencies, we aim to develop psychologists who have skills in: 5) teaching, scholarship, supervision. Training Philosophy and Values and Mission Statement Please see our Welcome page and read about our program's training philosophy and values along with our Mission Statement.