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Licensed Clinical Psychologist (Faculty Position)

The UCSF Eating Disorders Program is looking to recruit three full-time clinical psychologists to join as Assistant Clinical Professors. The UCSF Eating Disorders Program is a comprehensive, evidence-based program that provides outstanding clinical care for individuals with eating disorders (up to age 25) and their families. Services offered within this program include comprehensive psychiatric and medical evaluations, individual and family therapy, as well as ongoing medical and medication management. The incoming faculty will join an evidence-based, highly collaborative multidisciplinary team. These roles will expand our capacity to provide outpatient services to individuals and families in the Bay Area, including the opportunity to provide services in the five-day Intensive Family Treatment Program.

The Eating Disorders Program is deeply invested in diversity, equity, and inclusion. We are seeking applicants with experience in evidence-based interventions who are committed to serving youth from diverse backgrounds and their families. We recognize that training in eating disorders is specialized and that many potential candidates may not have had extensive training in the assessment and treatment of eating disorders. Our team is committed to providing training in eating disorders assessment and treatment as needed, provided the candidate possesses a solid foundation in evidence-based interventions for other populations. Therefore, applicants interested in eating disorders are encouraged to apply even in the absence of an established record in eating disorders treatment. Competitive applicants will demonstrate a commitment to evidence-based practice and underserved populations, with experience in clinical populations that has prepared them to support our missions around diversity and clinical excellence.

Unsure if you meet 100% of the requirements? Research shows that individuals who have traditionally been underrepresented and/or marginalized only apply for positions when they meet every requirement, whereas those who hold more privilege apply for positions even when they are underqualified for the role. UCSF and our team is dedicated to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and we are committed to evaluating a wide range of candidates from a diversity of backgrounds and training experiences. If you believe that you could excel in this role, we encourage you to apply. Please use your cover letter to tell us about your interest in eating disorders and what you hope to bring to this role. Informal inquiry should be directed to Daniel Le Grange, Program Director ([email protected]) or Erin Accurso, Clinical Director ([email protected]). The official job posting can be found at

T32 Postdoctoral Fellow Position

We will be recruiting a T32 Postdoctoral Fellow to join the 2025 cohort of scholars in the Clifford Attkisson Clinical Services Research Training Program. The CSRTP is NIMH-funded fellowship that is now in its 38th year, providing training and support to junior investigators who are interested in clinical services research. The fellowship is grant funded for a minimum of one year with a two-year commitment preferred.

This position will begin in July 2025 and will provide mentored training and experience in eating disorders research under the supervision of Drs. Daniel Le Grange and Sasha Gorrell. In addition to training in relevant research methods, grant writing, and professional development, primary activities for the Fellow will consist of participation in ongoing and upcoming research opportunities within the UCSF Eating Disorders Program.

Interested parties can contact Dr. Le Grange directly for more information: [email protected]