Dr. Blythe believes in training the next helpers in line.

Dr. Blythe TwoSisters has a proud history of training mental health professionals. It was one of the goals for becoming a fully licensed psychologist. We want to provide a place to train the next helpers in line who want to be trained to be edgy, feminist, and truly see our patients.

Our current training programs include:
Postdoctoral Fellowship
Licensed Psychological Associate – supervision hours.

Postdoctoral Fellowship Training Program in Clinical Psychology

  • Fellows in the postdoctoral program work as clinicians treating patients who need psychological support. Dr. Blythe focuses on the birthing person and reducing the perinatal mortality rate, fights against institutional racism by teaching patients how to best obtain a safe birth and how to advocate for themselves. Dr. Blythe works with the fellows to do the same in a progressive fashion.
  • Fellows provide counseling to the population of their choice while also learning and integrating perinatal supportive care to identify and treat perinatal mood, anxiety, OCD, and psychosis (PMAD). Fellows are required to attend the Postpartum Support International training for treating PMAD.
  • Fellows are also trained to provide comprehensive, customized psychological assessments based on the needs of the patient.
  • Fellows facilitate psychoeducational and process group therapy for patients.
  • Fellows are also provided with training and supervision to reduce systemic oppression for the birthing person. We focus on inclusivity and work tirelessly to be corrected when out of bounds or are more hurtful than helpful.


Qualifications

Qualifications for the fellowship are:
  • PhD or PsyD from an accredited doctoral program in clinical or counseling psychology
  • Completion of all doctoral requirements from your program
  • Applied for and been approved as a PLP in Texas (these rules keep change so check regularly) or have another license to practice under while obtaining hours (LCSW, LPA, LPC, etc).
  • Experience administering psychological test batteries, including projective measures
  • Experience in providing counseling
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred


The postdoctoral fellowship fulfills the licensure requirements for postdoctoral supervised practice in Texas.

Licensed Psychological Associate

  • LPAs in the training program work as clinicians treating patients who need psychological support. Dr. Blythe focuses on the birthing person and reducing the perinatal mortality rate, fights against institutional racism by teaching patients how to best obtain a safe birth and how to advocate for themselves. Dr. Blythe works with the fellows to do the same in a progressive fashion.
  • LPAs provide counseling to the population of their choice while also learning and integrating perinatal supportive care to identify and treat perinatal mood, anxiety, OCD, and psychosis (PMAD). Fellows are required to attend the Postpartum Support International training for treating PMAD.
  • LPAs are also trained to provide comprehensive, customized psychological assessments based on the needs of the patient.
  • LPAs facilitate psychoeducational and process group therapy for patients.
  • LPAs are also provided with training and supervision to reduce systemic oppression for the birthing person. We focus on inclusivity and work tirelessly to be corrected when out of bounds or are more hurtful than helpful.


Qualifications

Qualifications for the training program are:
  • Masters or doctoral degree from an accredited program in clinical psychology, education, or counseling (LPA approved degree)
  • Licensed Psychological Associate license with the state of Texas
  • Experience administering psychological test batteries, including projective measures
  • Experience in providing counseling
  • Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred


Supervision fulfills the licensure requirements for licensed psychological associates to practice unrestricted in Texas.

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If you have questions regarding this program, please contact:

Dr. Blythe TwoSisters, PsyD, HSP,

Clinical Training Director