Background: I am currently an intern at an a VA neuropsychology track and will be graduating from a well-respected Clinical Psych PhD program (one of those frequently mentioned on this forum with a legitimate neuropsychology track). My neuropsych experiences by the end of internship will include medical and VA settings, inpatient and outpatient evaluations, and adult and geriatric patient populations. Therapy experience includes individual and group, CBT (SUD, PTSD, depression, anxiety), ACT, and cog rehab. Question: One of the clinical 2-year fellowships I have my eyes on is at a rehabilitation hospital, but I'm at a loss regarding what makes someone competitive at these sites. Should I be worried that I don't have prior experience at a rehab clinic? Generally, I would appreciate any advice or insight into what training directors look for when reviewing postdoc applicants at rehab settings. Thank you!