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Graduate​​ and Post-doctoral Fellowships in Public Health Policy


The CIHR Strategic Training Program in Public Health Policy offers an exciting opportunity to become intellectually and actively involved in the complex tasks demanded by public health policymaking including: policy change; policy analysis; policy assessment; and policy structures and planning. This training program promotes a collaborative multidisciplinary community of researchers, trainees, policymakers, educators and practitioners that works and learns together to address – from a policy perspective – the key issues compromising the public’s health at local, regional, national and global levels. This CIHR training program is open to students accepted into a graduate program at the University of Toronto, and post doctoral fellows engaged in research at the University of Toronto or an affiliated hospital or research unit. Funding is available for eligible candidates at CIHR rates. Learn more about the CIHR Strategic Training Program in Public Health Policy.


Clinical Psychology Residency Program


The CAMH Clinical Psychology Residency Program at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is a CPA-accredited residency. It was previously also APA-accredited until September 2015 when APA decided to discontinue accrediting non-American sites. As of September 1st, 2016, the pre-doctoral internship was renamed a residency to ensure that the trainees’ level of expertise was adequately represented.  Moreover, it became consistent with many sites across the country that had already made the change in name. At CAMH, we are pleased to offer 13 residency placements, making our program one of the largest of its kind in Canada.

The Psychology Residency Program provides clinical training in the context of a scientist-practitioner (Boulder) model. The CAMH residency is especially well-suited to applicants who are bound for academic careers in university psychology departments, teaching hospitals, and other academic settings. In contrast with many residency programs, in which rotations occur sequentially, psychology residents at the CAMH are assigned to two major rotations, which occur concurrently throughout the year.  It is considered to follow a specialist’s model and is best suited for applicants wishing to further hone their skills and develop expertise in services offered by their two rotations over the course of the year. It is NOT suited for those seeking a generalist experience.  In addition, residents may seek further training opportunities through a minor (half-day) rotation with other psychology supervisors at the CAMH or they may choose to participate in research during the internship year. 

The psychology residency positions are open to students who are formally enrolled in a CPA- and/or APA-accredited doctoral program in clinical, counselling, or school psychology, who meet the CPA or APA academic and practicum criteria, and who have received formal approval from their Directors of Training to apply for the residency. As per CPA guidelines, eligibility for residency requires that applicants have completed all requisite professional coursework and practica prior to beginning the residency year. In addition, applicants must have completed a minimum of 600 hours of practicum experience in assessment and intervention strategies, comprised of at least 300 hours of direct client contact and 150 hours of supervision to be eligible.  Finally, prior to applying for residency, applicants must have completed and received approval for their doctoral thesis proposal. 

The residency runs from September 1, 2018 to August 31, 2019.

 CAMH Psychology Residency Brochure - October 2017 Version

Applications are due on October 31, 2017 at 11:59PM. EST. Applications are to be submitted via the AAPI Online Centralized Application Service. The AAPI Online may be accessed  No printed documents are to be mailed directly to our program. The APPIC code number for the CAMH internship program is183211.

In the application cover letter, applicants are asked to include a clear indication of 'track' choice (Adult vs. Child, Youth, and Family).  All aIn the application cover letter, applicants are asked to include a clear indication of 'track' choice (Adult vs. Child, Youth, and Family).  All applicants must choose EITHER the Child, Youth, and Family Track OR the Adult Track.  Applicants are also asked to include, in their cover letter, a rank order (rankings 1 through 5) of rotation preference (e.g., 1 = 1st choice [most preferred rotation], 2 = 2nd choice, 3 = 3 choice, etc.) within either the Child Track or the Adult Track, but not both tracks (i.e., rank order the rotations only within the Child Youth and Family Track, or only within the Adult Track).  Descriptions of each rotation are provided in the brochure.  Available rotations for the 2017 - 2018 academic year include:

Child, Youth, and Family Track
Adolescent Service
Mood and Anxiety Service
Better Behaviours Service
Youth Addiction and Concurrent Disorders Service

Adult Track

Mood and Anxiety Ambulatory Services
Work, Stress and Health Program
Adult Forensic Outpatient Service 
Borderline Personality Disorder Clinic
Gender Identity Clinic (Adult)
Schizophrenia Program
Women's Program
Clinical Research
Addictions Clinical and Research
Intensive Day Treatment
Health and Wellness Centre external rotation at U of T

Other important dates:

Interview Notification Day: Friday December 1, 2017
Interviews will be held between: January 9 – January 20, 2018

If you have any questions, please contact:

Dr. Niki Fitzgerald
Director-of-Training, CPA Accredited Internship in Psychology
455 Spadina Avenue, Suite 200
Toronto, Ontario  M5S 2G8
Tel:  416-535-8501, Extension 77333
Fax:  416-971-7172

The CAMH psychology residency program is not open to psychology students at the Masters level. CAMH does have a psychology practicum program open to students at the Masters level (or doctoral students who have not reached the internship stage of their training).

**** Please note, non-Canadian citizens/residents are welcome to apply.  Please note, that any applicant matched to the CAMH program, who is not a Canadian citizen, will be required to obtain a work visa (permitting them to work in Canada) before commencing their residency training.  According to Canadian immigration policy, preference will be given to Canadian applicants.

For information on the CAMH psychology practicum program, contact Julie Irving, Ph.D., C.Psych.,





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