We are committed to training students who are interested in developing careers in psychological clinical science.
If you are interested in working directly under the mentorship of Dr. Sona Dimidjian, please consider joining our group as a graduate student in clinical psychology at the University of Colorado, Boulder. You can learn more about our program on the Department of Psychology Website. The Clinical Psychology program was recognized recently by a grant from the National Institute of Mental Health as a Program of Excellence in scientifically validated treatments for mood disorders.
Graduate students working with Dr. Dimidjian receive intensive training at all levels of the research process and in multiple empirically supported treatments. Her mentorship is ideally suited for students who are interested in becoming creative and productive clinical scientists.
Dr. Dimidjian has typically admitted, on average, one graduate student per year. Competitive applicants generally have considerable prior research experience and demonstrated academic excellence in both prior coursework and standardized tests.
Dr. Dimidjian is particularly interested in applicants with interests in the treatment and prevention of depression and perinatal mental health.
If you are an undergraduate student interested in working with Dr. Dimidjian, you can participate as a part of our team through completing Independent Study (PSYC 4841) or working as a volunteer undergraduate Research Assistant (RA). Students with a demonstrated track record of volunteering in the CREST lab may also apply to work with Dr. Dimidjian as an honors student.
Undergraduate RA responsibilities typically include working closely with the CREST clinical research team, assisting with participant recruitment, and study implementation. Undergraduate students must be willing to commit to working a minimum of two semesters.
To be considered for an undergraduate RA position, please submit the application form (below) along with your (unofficial) transcript to email@example.com.
Check out this website for more information on preparing for and applying to a PhD program in Clinical Psychology.
If you are not a CU student but would like to join the lab you may be able to join as a volunteer Research Assistant (RA). We currently do not have any paid RA positions available; however, we often have volunteer RA opportunities available for qualified applicants. Depending on experience, RA responsibilities typically include working closely with the CREST clinical research team, assisting with participant recruitment, and study implementation.
Volunteers must be willing to commit to working a minimum of 1 year. To be considered for a volunteer RA position, please submit a resume and the volunteer application form (below), to firstname.lastname@example.org.