Emory University Counseling and Psychological Services offers a twelve-month Post-MSW Graduate Fellowship. This is an advanced clinical training program that begins August 1, 2017 through July 31, 2018. This Fellowship is designed for the pre-licensed clinical social worker. The Fellow has an opportunity to advance and deepen his, her, or their clinical skills using a brief therapy model, as well as an opportunity to gain some longer-term psychotherapy experience. Services provided will typically include individual, couples and group modalities. The Fellow would have an opportunity to work in a clinical setting that utilizes a variety of theoretical models, including, but not limited to psychodynamic, interpersonal, family systems and cognitive behavioral therapy. Fellows gain supervised experience providing diagnostic assessments, brief psychotherapy, outreach, case management, and crisis intervention. Primary Supervision will be provided by Licensed Clinical Social Workers with additional supervision opportunities with licensed psychologists. The Center is comprised of a multidisciplinary senior staff of social workers and psychologists, along with trainees in both disciplines.