General Applicant Information
We welcome applicants for the position of postdoctoral resident at our busy group practice in Southwestern Ohio (Dayton area). There are currently two positions available: one for an adult-focused clinician (with some interest in occasionally working with teens), and one for a child/adolescent-focused clinician (with some interest in occasionally working with adults). Services offered include individual psychotherapy, family therapy, couples counseling, assessment, and variety of groups. Supervisors vary in theoretical orientation, ranging from psychodynamic, to cognitive-behavioral, to developmental. This is an excellent opportunity to prepare for working in a private practice environement.
Interested applicants should submit the following documents: (1) a cover letter, (2) a current vita, (3) a list of references to contact, and (4) a deidentified assessment report.
Clinical and Administrative Supervisors
Jonathan M. Cleveland, Ph.D., Director of Training
Dr. Cleveland completed his Ph.D. at Nova Southeastern University. He began working at Cordell Associates as a postdoctoral resident before becoming the director of training. Psychodynamic treatment of personality disorders is Dr. Cleveland's area of specialty, but he also works with mood, anxiety, and dissociative disorders, provides couples counseling, and facilitates DBT groups. In addition ot being the director of training at the practice, he is the current president of the Dayton Area Psychological Association (DAPA), and the editor-in chief of Trauma Psychology News.
Marcy J. Gunn, Psy.D., Agency Director (Practice Owner)
Dr. Gunn earned her doctorate from the School of Professional Psychology (SOPP) at Wright State University. She has worked at the practice for 24 years, specializing in the treatment of anxiety and depression in children as well as adjustment to parental divorce and child abuse. While she excels in working with children, adolescents, & families, Dr. Gunn enjoys seeing adults as well. In addition to being the owner of Cordell Associates, she is also the current treasurer of DAPA and has previously served as president of the organization.
Seven other staff clinicians with diverse specialties (neuropsychology, forensic psychology, developmental psychology, Adlerian therapy, etc.) will be providing trainings throughout the year and are available to consult with residents