We strive to provide outpatient postdoctoral experience to meet the requirements of the Pennsylvania State Licensing Board. Trainees will provide a range of services within in an outpatient setting, which include mental health and drug and alcohol services. Clientele range from early childhood to older adults and services may be provided in individual, group, couple or family settings.

About the Program
How to Apply

Our outpatient postdoctoral program is for self-motivated individuals who enjoys a flexible working environment providing individual, group and family mental health counseling and drug and alcohol treatment in a community mental health setting. Applicants can anticipate a hard-working atmosphere that will present an array of fulfilling professional experiences. Ongoing training is offered to provide continued growth in the field. Please ask us about stipend/pay scale when applying.


  • graduated from an AASB designated or APA accredited doctoral program
  • completed a doctoral internship program prior to the start of this program (i.e., to be license eligible)
  • ability to function as an independent practitioner and to build and expand upon your existing clinical skill sets

While PCS has begun the formal application process for APA approval and is an APPIC member for its doctoral internship, the postdoctoral residency does not have APPIC membership nor APA accreditation. Nevertheless, the training and supervisory experiences are designed to meet requirements for state licensure as a doctoral level psychologist.

  1. Submit your application at (Select “Postdoctoral Positions” under Employment Type. Then click the Search button.)
  2. After submitting your application, forward your résumé and cover letter to Kimberly Ernest, Ph.D., LPC, at

counties we serve

Adams County
Berks County
Dauphin County
Franklin and Fulton County
Lancaster County
Lebanon County
York County

People are valuable.

Therefore, PCS exists to help children, adults and families discover their greatness.