20 Psychology-related jobs
1. Purdue University (IN): Psychology Resident
2. Vanderbilt Psychological and Counseling Center (TN): Staff Psychologist
3. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona: Post-Doctoral Fellowship
4. Tulane University (LA): Psychologist (2)
5. Seton Hall University (NJ): Staff Psychologist
6. The University of Georgia: Staff Psychologist
7. Fay J. Lindner Center (NY): Staff Psychologist
8. Inland Behavioral and Health Services (CA): Licensed Psychologist
9. Baldwin Wallace University (OH): Assistant Director of Prevention and Outreach Services
10. Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital: Psychologist
11. Iowa State University: Counselors (2)
12. University of Kentucky College of Education: Assistant Professor (2)
13. Western Washington University: Mental Health Counselor
14. Dallas County CSCD (Adult Probation )(TX): Clinical Assessment Specialists
15. Clinical and Support Options (CSO), Inc. (MA): Post-Doctoral Psychology Fellows (2)
16. Northwestern University (IL): Director, Chicago, CAPS (reposting)
17. Deer Oaks (IL): Postdoctoral Residency
18. University of South Florida – Psychologist (2) – Search extended until next Wednesday, August 6th
19. James J. Peters VA (NY): Advanced Fellowship Program in Mental Health Research and Treatment
20. University of Michigan: Coordinator of Clinical Training
1. Purdue University
Psychology Resident – West Lafayette – Counseling and Psychological Services (Job Number: 1402069)
This residency provides a new professional with supervision of direct service provision required to accumulate the number of supervised hours of practice needed for application for licensure as a professional psychologist, culminating in full certification as an independently functioning psychologist. The new professional in this position will participate in a variety of supervised activities, representing a wide breadth of professional psychology in the university counseling center setting, which includes: direct service delivery, psychological and educational testing, diagnostics, psycho-educational outreach programming, consultation, teaching, curriculum planning, supervision of clinical services (as a supervisee), staff planning and coordination meetings and professional development, research and performance evaluation.
Completion of all formal requirements toward Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Counseling or Clinical Psychology including a pre-doctoral internship in professional psychology and all course work and qualifying exams necessary for the title of doctoral candidate; one thousand cumulative hours in supervised practicum courses; and, at minimum, acceptance of dissertation proposal by dissertation committee.
One-year pre-doctoral internship in professional psychology, preferably in a university counseling center setting.
Excellent skills as a clinician (assessment, diagnostic and intervention skills).
Good communication skills (oral, written).
Planning, problem-solving, organizational, and project management skills.
Ability to influence and build work relationships among a diverse workforce at all levels.
Must possess a learning orientation to changing technology impacting psychological and therapy services.
Personal computer and related software skills necessary.
A background check will be required for employment in this position.
FLSA: Exempt (Not Eligible for Overtime).
Retirement Eligibility: Defined Contribution waiting period.
The search is open immediately and will close when the position is filled. To expedite the search process, an applicant should simultaneously please fill out the online application at http://bit.ly/1xbJnPw , referencing job #1402069, and also email his/her cover letter and curriculum vitae, and have reference letter writers send their letters of recommendation to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Purdue University is an EEO/AA employer. All individuals, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans are encouraged to apply.
2. Vanderbilt Psychological and Counseling Center
Staff Psychologist Position
The Psychological and Counseling Center (PCC) is part of the Vanderbilt University Medical Center Department of Psychiatry and operates within the university office of the Dean of Students. Health and wellness for all students is coordinated through the combined efforts of the Office of Student Health and Wellness, the PCC, and the Student Health Center. The campus consists of undergraduate, graduate, and professional students in a diverse and stimulating environment. The PCC is staffed by psychologists, social workers, professional counselors, psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, psychiatry residents, pre-doctoral psychology interns, practicum students, and administrative staff. Our model of care is multidisciplinary and targeted towards outreach and prevention, education, assessment, and treatment with emphasis on collaborative treatment planning. Nashville is a city that is welcoming and vibrant.
PCC Psychologist must have experience and interest in providing care to students from diverse backgrounds and with a variety of clinical presentations. Psychologists participate in training as well as in quality assessment and quality improvement to ensure that students receive excellent and evidence-based care. The PCC collaborates with the university in research projects focused upon improving the health of our students.
Provides psychological evaluation, both acute and routine, and psychotherapy services to Vanderbilt students; supervises the diagnostic, therapeutic, and professional activities of graduate students; provides standardized assessment of students as indicated; and consults with campus agencies.
Key Functions and Expected Performances:
1. Performs individual and group counseling and psychotherapy using a variety of treatment modalities to assist clients.
2. Selects and administers psychological tests and other diagnostic devices; analyzes and interprets tests and patterns of behavior. Administers and interprets tests of normal personality functioning.
3. Administers assessment tools to review therapeutic progress.
4. Provides triage coverage for emergencies.
5. Supervises afterhours on-call coverage in rotation with other staff throughout the year.
6. Supervises graduate students, interns and residents in diagnostics, psychotherapy, research and projects.
7. Prepares diagnostic and status reports on clients.
8. Develops various classes and presentations as requested by the campus community.
Minimum/Required Education and Experience:
1. A PhD or PsyD in Clinical or Counseling Psychology.
2. Licensed as a psychologist in Tennessee with HSP designation or current licensure in another state, with the ability to obtain licensure in TN within 6 months of start date.
3. Experience in providing evidence based treatments.
Preferred Experience and Education:
1. At least three years of post-doctoral clinical experience.
2. Experience supervising graduate students.
3. Experience in delivering mental health presentations and consultation skills.
4. Experience working within a multi-disciplinary team.
5. Experience in a university counseling center or similar setting.
3. California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Student Health & Counseling Services
Student Health & Counseling Services at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Cal Poly Pomona) is pleased to offer 2 one-year Postdoctoral Psychology Fellow positions. This Counseling Services training site offers opportunities to work with a collaborative team providing integrative models of treatment and experiences to meet the needs of a multicultural and diverse student population. The fellowship is a 12-month full-time position with an anticipated start date of October 1, 2014. Application deadline is August 18, 2014 at 4 p.m.
This position affords the postdoctoral fellow training and experience in fulfilling the multiple roles of a university counseling mental health professional in a stimulating, university counseling, health, and wellness atmosphere where psychologists, therapists, and student health staff work together breaking down barriers to students’ success. Under the supervision of licensed psychologists, the post-doctoral fellow will provide brief model individual, couples, and group therapy, conduct intake evaluations, provide crisis intervention, make referrals to community providers as well as provide outreach programs and consultation to the campus community.
The fellow will attend weekly case consultation and treatment planning meetings with senior staff/supervisors for case supervision as well as bi-monthly staff meetings. The fellow will receive weekly individual and group supervision from licensed psychologists commensurate with California State Board of Psychology licensure requirements for postdoctoral hours. Fellows are required to record their counseling sessions to enhance supervision and to make formal case presentations to staff. Fellows also have opportunities to pursue various professional development activities (e.g., continuing education, university sponsored training, cross-cultural retreat).
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS DURING TRAINING YEAR
Clinical Duties (approx. 65%)
1. Provide brief, time-limited individual, couples, and group therapy (process and psycho-education) to university students presenting with a broad range of developmental issues and clinical symptoms.
2. Provide intake evaluations and crisis intervention within the scope of practice delineated by primary clinical supervisor, and training coordinator.
3. Provide consultation and outreach/educational programming to the university community within the range of activity delineated by primary supervisor, training coordinator, and outreach coordinator.
Administrative Duties and Supervision (approximately 35%)
1. Maintain timely electronic clinical records in accordance with legal and ethical standards.
2. Participate in clinical staff meetings and committee work as needed.
3. Participate in activities to build campus relations.
4. Participate in weekly supervision in accordance with licensure laws and regulations of the California Board of Psychology.
STIPEND AND BENEFITS
The salary is $36,212 for a 12-month appointment. University benefits include health, vision, and dental insurance, 13 paid holidays, paid sick and vacation days.
The postdoctoral fellow will conduct services on the same premises with senior supervising staff and have his/her own equipped confidential counseling office.
- Candidates to have completed a doctoral degree in Counseling or Clinical Psychology and to have completed a psychology doctoral internship.
- Experience working in a university and/or college counseling center or commensurate experience working with transitional age youth – TAY (16 to 25 year old population).
- Completion of an APA-accredited doctoral program.
- Completion of an APA-approved pre-doctoral internship.
- Knowledge of college student development.
- Demonstrated interest in working with a diverse, multicultural university population.
- Experience with crisis assessment and intervention.
Application materials should include:
1) Cover letter with specific goals for the postdoctoral fellowship
2) Curriculum Vitae
3) Copy of graduate transcripts (official confirmation of degree required for hire)
4) A list of the names and current contact information of three recent clinical supervisor references
5) One writing sample (e.g. a clinical intake evaluation, a treatment summary)
6) Completed Employment Form, found at:
Please submit all application materials electronically to:
Counseling Services, Student Health and Counseling Services
Counseling Services Coordinator
Application Deadline: August 18, 2014 at 4 p.m.
About the University
Cal Poly Pomona, one of two polytechnic universities in California, is a member of the 23-campus California State University system. Our ethnically diverse student population of approximately 22,000 enrolls in 52 baccalaureate, 26 master’s degree programs, 11 credential and certificate programs, and a doctorate in Educational Leadership, presented by 1,200 faculty. We recruit students increasingly from throughout California and beyond. The students are success and career focused and extremely diverse. We are proud of our status as a Hispanic Serving Institution. We have a strong commitment to supporting scholarship, research, and student achievement. Our scenic and historic 1,400-acre campus, once the winter ranch of cereal magnate W. K. Kellogg, is located about 30 miles east of downtown Los Angeles in one of the most dynamic economic and cultural, regions in the country, and within an hour’s drive of beaches, mountains, and desert. The university is committed to diversifying its faculty and staff and has made educational equity one of its highest priorities. The mission of the university is to advance learning and knowledge by linking theory and practice in all disciplines, and to prepare students for lifelong learning, leadership, and careers in a changing, multicultural world.
Equal Opportunity Employer
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. The University seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of our commitment to serve the people of California, to maintain the excellence of the University, and to offer our students richly varied disciplines, perspectives and ways of knowing and learning. Cal Poly Pomona subscribes to all state and federal regulations and prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity/gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, age, disability, genetic information, medical condition, and covered veteran status. Cal Poly Pomona hires only individuals lawfully authorized to work in the United States. As required by the Clery Disclosure Act, the university’s annual security report is available at http://dsa.csupomona.edu/police/securityreport.asp.
The person holding this position is considered a ‘mandated reporter’ under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. http://www.calstate.edu/eo/EO-1083.html
4. Tulane University
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is part of the Student Affairs division of Tulane University, a diverse and vibrant academic community in the midst of the very unique and desirable City of New Orleans. CAPS is a relatively new and growing clinic, staffed by psychologists, social workers, professional counselors, psychiatrists, psychiatry residents, pre-doctoral psychology interns and administrative staff. Operating within a health and wellness perspective, CAPS provides direct services to students, collaborates with Student Health and the Well in delivering outreach programs, and offers consultative assistance to academic/administrative units throughout the University.
CAPS Psychologist provides direct clinical services, including short-term individual therapy, group therapy/workshops, and psychological testing and other assessments. The Psychologist also participates in designing and delivering outreach programs to students, as well as developing consultation materials and presentations on topics pertinent to various University constituencies. Research activities, including data collection and analysis, may also be pursued at times. The Psychologist collaborates with a multidisciplinary staff in building a collegial environment and in maintaining a consistently high standard of care.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
1. PhD or PsyD in Psychology
2. 3 years minimum experience providing direct clinical service
3. Psychology license and license eligible in Louisiana, if not already licensed in that state
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES/COMPETENCIES TYPICALLY NEEDED TO PERFORM THIS JOB SUCCESSFULLY:
1. Dedication to protecting confidentiality and meeting all ethical standards associated with the practice of psychology within a university counseling center context
2. Prior experience providing services in a university counseling center
3. Strong case formulation, assessment and treatment skills, including the ability to understand transference and countertransference in working clinically with a diversity of clients, issues and levels of impairment
4. Outstanding oral and written communication skills, able to dialogue effectively with a wide range of students, faculty and staff
5. Ability to collaborate collegially with a multidisciplinary staff, both within CAPS and throughout the University community
6. Knowledge of developmental trends and concerns of undergraduates, as well as graduate and professional students
7. Demonstrated quantitative competence, able to assist with conducting and evaluating research
8. Ongoing pursuit of self knowledge and understanding of own personal factors affecting clinical work
1. Competent in conducting, interpreting and supervising psychological testing
2. Previous experience delivering group interventions in a university counseling center with a successful group therapy and workshop program
3. Eating disorder and/or sexual assault treatment experience
How To Apply
Postings can be found by searching under “psychologist” at http://tulane.edu/jobs/.
Click “Apply Now” to apply for this job.
This posting will close Sunday, August 10, 2014.
Tulane University is an EEO/AA/ADA employer.
5. Seton Hall University Counseling & Psychological Services
POSITION DESCRIPTION: STAFF PSYCHOLOGIST
Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) has a vacancy for a full-time, twelve-month entry-level Staff Psychologist. The center is accredited by IACS and provides a full range of counseling services to the university community. The university is located in a lively and diverse older suburban community accessible to mid-town Manhattan by a twenty-nine minute train ride.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:
The Staff Psychologist works as a member of a collaborative team providing both group and time-limited individual counseling and mental health programming to undergraduate, graduate and law students and other community members. The position involves frequent consultation with others regarding the well-being of students as well as crisis intervention services during and outside of regular business hours. The Staff Psychologist participates in a comprehensive program that is designed to enhance student development, foster responsible decision-making, facilitate the sense of campus community and assure accessible, quality clinical care to meet the psychological and developmental needs of our students.
Required Skills, Education and Experience
- Doctoral degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology or an allied field;
- Licensed or license-eligible as a psychologist in the state of New Jersey;
- Demonstrated competence in group counseling as well as time-limited individual psychotherapy with diverse populations;
- Demonstrated competence in psycho-educational program planning and implementation;
- Understanding of and willingness to support the Seton Hall University Catholic Mission;
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Recommended Skills, Education and Experience
- Experience in college/university counseling;
- Specific areas of expertise and experience relevant to a diverse college student population (e.g., multicultural issues, first generation college students);
- Experience as a clinical supervisor
All applications must we submitted online through the Seton Hall employment website which can be accessed through www.shu.edu. Please attach cover letter and resume or vita and a list of professional references to the application.
6. The University of Georgia
Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS)
University Health Center
Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) at the University of Georgia’s University Health Center is pleased to announce an opening for a staff psychologist position. The position will be full-time 12 month benefited. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: diagnostic assessment, the provision of individual (short-term) and group psychotherapy, crisis intervention and triage, outreach, consultation, psychotherapy supervision, psychological assessment, and limited after-hours on-call service.
Individuals must be licensed as a psychologist in the state of Georgia by the date of employment. Other requirements include two years’ experience providing services to individuals psychologically similar to the college population and experience or interest in preventive mental health outreach programming. Desired qualifications include experience with: phone screening/triage, treatment of disorders typically seen in the college population, management and treatment of eating disorders in a multidisciplinary setting, administering/interpreting psychological assessments, service to traditionally underserved populations, and documentation in an electronic health record. Preference will be given to candidates who show evidence of being strong counseling center generalists, who have experience administering/interpreting psychological testing, who have experience working with military veterans, or are eligible to supervise within the State of Georgia (three years post-licensure). The successful candidates will join a growing team of professionals dedicated to creating and maintaining a multicultural organization and environment. The projected start date is September 1, 2014, and is negotiable.
Interested applicants are asked to send a cover letter, vita, and three letters of recommendation to: Barbara Mathers – Department Manager,
CAPS, University Health Center,
The University of Georgia,
Athens, GA 30602-1755.
Applications are due by ——. For more information, call (706) 542-2273. Links to information about CAPS can be found at www.uhs.uga.edu/CAPS/index.htlm.
The prospective hires for these positions will be subject to a background investigation per University System of Georgia policies. The University of Georgia is an EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Institution.
7. Fay J. Lindner Center
The Fay J. Lindner Center an affiliate of AHRC and the Long Island Jewish Health System is pleased to announce an opening for a staff psychologist position. The position will be full-time and responsibilities include but are not limited to: Psychological and diagnostic assessment, the provision of individual, family, and group psychotherapy to children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities, as well as; consultation, testing and psychotherapy supervision.
Candidates must be licensed as a psychologist in the state of New York by the date of employment. Other requirements include experience (may be pre or postdoctoral) providing services to individuals with autism and other intellectual or developmental disabilities. Additionally, some experience working with adults (with or without autism) and administering/interpreting psychological assessments, is required.
Desired qualifications include experience with: supervision of psychology interns, service to traditionally underserved populations, and documentation in an electronic health record. The successful candidate will join a growing team of professionals dedicated to creating and maintaining a multicultural organization and environment.
A full benefits package is provided including, health, dental, vision, and life insurance, along with other retirement contribution plans. The benefits package also includes: Three weeks vacation, 5 floating holidays, 6 regular holidays, 3 personal days, sick days and a 35 hour/4 day flex work week. The center is located in the town of Brookville, Long Island, about 45 minutes outside of New York City.
Interested applicants are asked to send a cover letter and vita to Dr. Zonya Mitchell – staff neuropsychologist at email@example.com. Links to information about the center can be found at www.fayjlindnercenter.org.
8. Inland Behavioral and Health Services
We are looking for a CA-licensed psychologist local to San Bernardino, CA, and surrounding areas. Newly licensed is okay, but must be licensed. Please note that our population consists of low income, underserved persons from a disadvantaged community. We primarily provide diagnostic intakes and psychotherapy (very little assessment). Duties may include supervision of pre-doctoral students. Experience with diverse cultures is preferred, especially African American and Hispanic cultures, as well as substance abuse treatment experience. Spanish language ability (especially Mexican Spanish) is a plus. We are looking for persons who are willing to serve this community for at least a year or two before moving on (to avoid re-traumatizing clients because most have significant histories of loss).
If interested, submit a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration ASAP.
9. Baldwin Wallace University
Assistant Director of Prevention and Outreach Services
Department/Division: Counseling Services/Student Affairs
Classification: Administrative Staff (N)
Status: Full-time, exempt (10 month appt.)
Work Schedule: M-F, 8:30am to 5pm, some evening and weekend hours are
Job Summary: Under the direction of the Director of Counseling Services, the Assistant Director of Prevention and Outreach Services provides direct counseling services to the student body of Baldwin Wallace University and is responsible for the coordination, administration, and supervision of campus behavioral health prevention programs (including, but exclusive of, the CARE Program (Certified Peer Educators and Health Promotion Grant Board) and sexual assault risk reduction programs). Anticipated starting date is September 1, 2014.
Essential Duties, Tasks, and Responsibilities: The following outlines the essential functions of the position and is not to be considered a detailed description of all duties inherent in the position.
- Carries out clinical responsibilities including individual and group counseling, crisis assessment and intervention, consultation, follow-up, and referral (some weekend and evening hours required)
- Provides 1-hour of weekly individual supervision for 1-2 Master’s or Doctoral level graduate interns per academic year.
- Assumes primary responsibility for management of the CARE Program:
- Administrates and supervises Certified Peer Educators
- Administrates and supervises Health Promotion Grant Board
- Provides direction and supervision of all BACCHUS and GAMMA social norm programming
- Participates as an active member of the Graduate Assistant Supervisors group
- Under the direction of the director, develops and co-ordinates behavioral health primary prevention programs.
- Presents clinical trainings/workshops to Master’s and Doctoral graduate interns
- Oversees the assignment and co-ordination of outreach programs provided on campus.
- Provides training and consultation to students, faculty and staff
- Supports a collaborative relationship between Counseling and Health Services
- Carries out other duties as assigned by the director of Counseling Services
- Attends Student Affairs meetings and participate in activities of the Division
- Serves on college committees and task forces
- Adheres to University and departmental policies
- Doctorate in Counseling or Clinical Psychology, Counselor Education or Master’s in Counseling or related field
- Licensed in Ohio as a Psychologist or Professional Clinical Counselor with supervisory endorsement is preferred; license-eligible will be considered
- Five years of counseling experience (college or university counseling center experience is preferred)
- Prevention programming experience is preferred
- Must pass a background check
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
- Work is normally performed in a typical interior/office work environment.
- No or very limited physical effort required.
- No or very limited exposure to physical risk.
A competitive salary plus a comprehensive benefits package that includes health and dental insurance, 10 days annual paid sick leave, 16 days paid vacation, 14 paid holidays, long & short-term disability, 403 (b) retirement plan, life insurance, employee discounts, free parking, and tuition remission benefits for employee and family. To learn more about the BW’s benefits package, go to: www.bw.edu/resources/hr/
The application deadline is August 12, 2014. Send resume, cover letter and contact information for three professional references in one (1) Word document or one (1) PDF and submit via the To Apply link on HR’s Current Job Openings web page. http://www.bw.edu/resources/hr/jobs
Baldwin Wallace University is an EEO/AA employer and educator. At BW, we support and encourage diversity in a variety of forms. We value and appreciate inclusive excellence in the classroom, within extracurricular activities, and as we engage our community partners. Learn more at Diversity Affairs – http://www.bw.edu/quickfacts/diversity/
10. Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital
Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital is currently hiring for a full-time Psychologist located at the Pain Center. Using an Acceptance & Commitment Therapy approach, we are a functional restoration program for patients with chronic pain, headaches and fibromyalgia. As part of a multi-disciplinary team, we take a rehabilitation approach that targets improvement in the areas of life patients value the most. We are willing to train you in ACT and biofeedback if needed. Weekly psychology meetings build camaraderie with your colleagues and make professional growth a consistent part of your week. There is also an opportunity to build an outpatient practice outside of the programs and expand your health psychology services.
In addition to competitive pay and a generous benefits package, Mary Free Bed provides an outstanding clinical environment, and a number of educational opportunities. We also take pride in our low employee turnover rate and the high number of staff who have worked here for the majority of their careers.
To learn more about Mary Free Bed and this job opportunity, please visit our job page Job Opportunities
Evaluates each patient referred to the clinic for the possible need for psycho-social intervention. Provides individual counseling at the clinic. Acts as a consultant to other team members; participates in the interdisciplinary process.
Essential Job Responsibilities
Essential Job Qualifications (Knowledge, Education, and Training Requirements)
11. Iowa State University
The Student Counseling Service of Iowa State University is searching for two term, full-time counselors with dates of employment beginning as soon as possible and ending on June 30, 2015. Qualified candidates (master’s degree and experience providing clinical service in a college or university counseling center). Interested candidates can use the link below to go directly to the job announcement.
Iowa State University Student Counseling Service is accepting applications for a Counselor. This position is responsible for providing clinical services to ISU students (both intake and on-going psychotherapy). Intake interviews are conducted on a walk-in basis. The intake counselor will attend to and evaluate students’ reports of thoughts, emotions, and behaviors; assessing the likelihood of students’ danger to self or others; and initiating voluntary or involuntary hospitalization as necessary. The Counselor will serve as a member of the clinical disposition team. The counselor will be assigned clients for on-going psychotherapy primarily within individual or couples modalities. The counselor will also be responsible for crisis and follow-up services as appropriate.
The successful candidate will possess strong administrative, organizational, and interpersonal skills, as well as a high level of ethical and legal understanding including confidentiality, professionalism, and familiarity with Diagnostic & Statistical Manual (DSM-5) for making diagnosis, HIPAA and state regulations
Master’s degree plus one year of related experience or a Bachelor’s degree plus three years of related experience. Degree must be in counseling or counseling/clinical psychology and experience must include providing clinical services.
- Master’s degree
- Experience providing clinical services in a college or university counseling center.
- Experience working with diverse client populations.
- Have experience with DSM-5 in making diagnosis.
Minimum $40,467; commensurate with qualifications
All offers of employment, oral and written, are contingent upon the university’s verification of credentials and other information required by federal and state law, ISU policies/procedures, and may include the completion of a background check.
To apply for this position, please click on “Apply for this Vacancy” and complete the Employment Application. Please be prepared to enter or attach the following:
1) Resume/Curriculum Vitae
2) Letter of Application/Cover Letter
3) Contact information for three references
If you have questions regarding this vacancy, please email Christian Wimmer or call 515-294-5056.
If you have questions regarding this application process, please email email@example.com or call 515-294-4800 or Toll Free: 1-877-477-7485.
To ensure consideration, submit application by 08/06/2014
Contract Transfer Deadline
Have all requested documents ready on this computer before applying. Vacancies vary in the amount of requested information. Allow at least 30 minutes to complete the application.
Iowa State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, marital status, disability, or protected veteran status, and will not be discriminated against. Inquiries can be directed to the Director of Equal Opportunity, 3350 Beardshear Hall, (515) 294-7612, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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12. University Of Kentucky College of Education
The Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology in the College of Education at the University of Kentucky invites applications for two tenure-track Assistant Professor positions in our APA-accredited Counseling Psychology Program, to begin August 15, 2015.
Responsibilities: Teach graduate courses in counseling psychology and specifically in personality and cognitive assessment, psychodiagnosis, and group counseling. Other courses may be assigned as needed by the program. Conduct program of scholarly research, supervise practica, supervise doctoral dissertations, and provide professional service, including community engagement. Area of research focus is open but preference given to individuals with special interest in social justice/diversity/multicultural issues.
Qualifications: Doctorate in counseling psychology from an APA accredited program, eligibility for licensure in Kentucky, record of prior experience in teaching and scholarly productivity, record of research indicative of strong trajectory toward tenure and promotion at a research-extensive university. Some experience in securing extramural grant funding is highly desirable.
Application review begins immediately and continues until positions are filled. Applicants are asked to email their curriculum vita, examples of publications, a letter of application describing their research and teaching experience and their appropriateness for the position, and three letters of recommendation to: Sharon Rostosky, Ph.D., Chair, Counseling Psychology Search Committee Chair, email@example.com.
The UK Counseling Psychology program espouses a scientist-practitioner model of training with particular emphasis on social justice, diversity, and multicultural perspectives. Appointment for these positions is contingent upon funding. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.
The University of Kentucky and the Counseling Psychology program are strongly committed to increasing diversity in their community of students and faculty. Individuals with ethnically diverse backgrounds are actively encouraged to contact us to explore interest in these positions.
The University of Kentucky is an Equal Opportunity Employer
13. WWU Counseling Center
Mental Health Counselor
About the Position: The WWU Counseling Center is seeking to fill a permanent, full-time, 11-month masters-level counselor position for the coming academic year. Employment is projected to begin September 17, 2014, although start date can be flexible. The Counseling Center supports Western’s mission to bring together individuals of diverse backgrounds and identities in an inclusive, student-centered university that develops the potential of learners and the well-being of communities, and encourages applications from diverse candidates.
About the College/Department: http://www.wwu.edu/counseling/
Western Washington University is a comprehensive state university, with almost 15,000 students in seven colleges and the graduate school. Western is located in beautiful Bellingham, a scenic coastal city of approximately 80,000 situated between Seattle, Washington and Vancouver, British Columbia. With easy access to both the Cascade mountain range and the Pacific coast, the region is rich in cultural events and attractions as well as many recreational activities. Western is known nationally for its successes, including being named the top public master’s granting university in the Pacific Northwest by U. S. News and World Report and one of the best colleges in the nation to work for by the Chronicle of Higher Education.
- Provide culturally-informed, time-limited clinical services to university students in the form of individual, group, and couples counseling for a diverse student population across the spectrum of developmental and mental health issues
- Work within the Counseling Center’s model of brief and focused counseling (average of 3-4 sessions), including referral to campus and community resources when specialized or longer-term services are needed or desired
- Apply skills and techniques of evaluation, assessment of risk of harm to self (suicide) or others, psychometry, and psychotherapy; diagnose according to DSM-5; intervene in student mental health crises
- Facilitate and co-facilitate counseling groups, workshops, and psycho-educational outreach
- Maintain accurate and timely case documentation
- Provide case management as needed for clients seen for assessment and clients in caseload; coordinate treatment and services with Health Center physicians and other on-campus and off-campus professionals; communicate with students’ families, when appropriate, in response to crises and to facilitate off-campus care
- Serve as a member of the Counseling Center’s crisis response team to provide Counseling Center professional staff back-up for after-hours services; crisis response includes providing on-call appointments during office hours as well as after-hours coverage on evenings, weekends, or during holidays; the on-call counselor must be available and able to respond immediately to phone calls and to be on-site within 45 minutes; if a large-scale crisis occurs, the counselor will be expected to be part of a team of responders
- Consult with other staff and trainees about student mental health issues, informally as well as by participating in peer consultation, medical-psychological consultation, and professional development training
- May conduct clinical assessments with students referred or mandated by Residence Life
- Master’s degree in counseling or clinical psychology, or clinical social work
- Currently licensed as mental health counselor or clinical social worker and eligible for licensure in Washington State (must gain Washington license within 6 months of start of employment)
- Minimum of 3 years of successful experience working as a licensed therapist
- Experience working in a college or university counseling center or other fast-paced, multi-disciplinary mental health or military agency (experience could include internship or practicum)
- Experience working with a clinically diverse clientele (presenting concerns, diagnoses, etc.) of young adults
- Demonstrated clinical competency with multicultural and other diverse populations (including, for example, people of diverse ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, spirituality, SES, differing abilities)
- Evidence of strong clinical skills, especially in intake assessment, short-term counseling, case management, ability to identify appropriate short-term goals and interventions, and ability to refer clients as needed (or as appropriate) to community resources
- Experience conducting groups, workshops, and psycho-educational outreach
- Experience in risk assessment and crisis management
- Experience managing a caseload for crisis response, as well as brief and focused individual counseling to a college-aged population (average of 3-4 sessions)
- Expertise in clinical work with young men experiencing a variety of psychological concerns
- Experience working collaboratively in programmatic and/or consultative roles with a variety of college services and programs, such as disability resources, veterans’ services, multi-cultural services, LGBTQ services, residence life, and health & wellness services
- Experience providing mindfulness training in individual, group, and psycho-educational formats
- Experience providing crisis intervention
- Experience providing state-approved clinical supervision to pre-professional trainees
- State-approved qualifications are listed in Washington Administrative Code 246-809-234. http://apps.leg.wa.gov/wac/default.aspx?cite=246-809-234
Academic Emphasis: N/A
Job Location: Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA
Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualifications
Bargaining Union: Not applicable
Application Instructions and Requested Documents: Please log in below and submit your application via WWU’s Electronic Application System for Employment (EASE). Note: You will need to be using Internet Explorer to fully utilize our online application system.
All applicants must submit: (1) a letter of application specifically addressing ALL the listed job qualifications, (2) a current resume, and (3) names and contact information for 4 references (3 references must be able to speak in detail about the applicant’s clinical skills and expertise).
Other Information: Follow Western Employment on Facebook and WWUEmployment on TwitterJob Posted: 7/29/2014
Closing Date Notes: Application review begins August 22, 2014; position is open until filled
Recruitment #: 140447
Western Washington University (WWU) is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer committed to assembling a diverse, broadly trained faculty and staff. Women, minorities, people with disabilities and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. In compliance with applicable laws and in furtherance of its commitment to fostering an environment that welcomes and embraces diversity, WWU does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, disability, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status or genetic information in its programs or activities, including employment, admissions, and educational programs. See WWU’s Policy on Providing Equal Opportunity and Nondiscrimination. EO/AA inquiries may be directed to the Vice Provost for Equal Opportunity and Employment Diversity, Title IX Coordinator, Equal Opportunity Office, Western Washington University, Old Main 345 (MS 9021), 516 High Street, Bellingham, WA 98225; 360.650.3307 (voice) or 711 (Washington Relay); EOO.
WWU is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities upon request. To request this document in an alternate format or to request an accommodation, please contact Human Resources Disability Services, 360.650.3774 or 711 (Washington Relay).
All new employees must comply with the immunization policy and show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Citizen and Immigration Service before beginning work at WWU. A thorough background check will be conducted on all new hires.
14. Dallas County CSCD (Adult Probation)
Clinical Assessment Specialists
Dallas County CSCD (Adult Probation) in Dallas, Texas, is currently recruiting Clinical Assessment Specialists. CSCD clinical assessors conduct comprehensive, pre-sentence forensic psychological evaluations for the Dallas County felony district courts. Salary is approximately $53,000 plus benefits. Postdoctoral candidates for the position should have a doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA-accredited program and skill in psychological assessment. Forensic experience is not required but is preferred. This position is not a time-limited postdoc position but is a permanent position for which supervision for licensure as a Psychologist is provided. Interested candidates should submit CV and two redacted assessments (work samples) to:
15. Clinical and Support Options (CSO), Inc.
Post-Doctoral Psychology Fellows
Clinical and Support Options (CSO), Inc., a multi-service human services organization, has immediate openings for two Post-Doctoral Psychology Fellows to work in the Psychological Assessment Services program.
Activities involve psychological evaluations (children, adults, and forensic evaluations) and IHBS services, including outreach-based, Applied Behavioral Analysis services for children with severe emotional disturbance. IHBS services involve developing home-based Functional Behavioral Assessments and designing behavioral interventions for children and adolescents with severe emotional disturbance.
Post-Doctoral Fellows work as part of a highly collaborative team. Individual and group supervision, as well as extensive training opportunities, are included. Positions include a competitive salary and generous benefits package. Interested candidates should have an interest in assessment, treatment of children and families, and trauma-informed care.
Clinical and Support Options provides an array of services across Franklin, Hampshire, Hamden, Northern Worcester, and Berkshire counties. The Psychological Assessment Services program is based out of CSO’s central office in Northampton, Massachusetts.
Interested applicants should submit their CV and a letter of interest to the employment portal at www.csoinc.org. They should apply for the Northampton-based listing for Psychologist/In-Home Behavior Clinician. Potential applicants are welcome to direct questions to Dr. Miriam DeFant, Ph.D., Director of Psychological Assessment Services, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- CSO is a Trauma Informed Agency Dedicated to the Values of Trauma–Informed Care: Safety, Choice, Trustworthiness, Collaboration and Empowerment.
16. Northwestern University Counseling and Psychological Services
JOB OPENING: DIRECTOR, CHICAGO CAPS OFFICE
The Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at Northwestern University is searching for a Director of the Chicago CAPS Office. This position is a full-time 12 month position. Reporting to the Executive Director of CAPS, this position supervises all services and staff (two staff psychologists, one staff psychiatrist, and a program assistant) at the Chicago CAPS office; also, graduate trainees and post-doctoral fellows in psychology. The Director also functions as the primary spokesperson for CAPS on the Chicago campus and functions as a CAPS Liaison to the larger Northwestern Chicago campus community. He/She will ensure efficient and high quality delivery of psychological services, including traditional clinical services as well as outreach and education programs on the Chicago campus. In addition, the Director will provide psychological treatment to Northwestern University students, as well as crisis intervention, consultation, and programming to the Northwestern community. The Director will provide training functions, including supervision of doctoral interns and post-doctoral fellows in psychology. Some evening hours will be required.
CAPS is a dynamic unit within the Division of Student Affairs at NU and is highly utilized by students and other campus community members seeking consultations. CAPS staff are highly cohesive, collegial and passionate about working with students. In addition, the staff highly value strengths-based leadership and partnering with other campus constituents to meet the needs of our students. CAPS has offices on both the Evanston and Chicago campuses and, approximately 12% of the student body (NU has a total student population of approximately 17,000 students across both campuses) accesses our clinical services each year. The Chicago office serves mainly graduate and professional students. In addition, we reach another 5000 campus community members through outreach and educational programming annually. CAPS also has an extensive training program, including a Post-Doctoral Fellowship, a Doctoral Internship in Psychology accredited by the American Psychological Association, and a social work internship. CAPS is a learning organization, in that our strategic planning, priority setting, clinical and other services, and professional development are informed by local data collection as well as benchmarking with national trends and peer institutions. CAPS also identifies very closely with the vision, values and guiding principles of the Division of Student Affairs:
We will be full partners in the student learning experience
To provide essential psychological services that address the psychological and developmental needs of students to help them thrive academically and interpersonally.
* We exercise the highest ethical and professional standards in our advancement of the student learning experience and in relationships with community and external partners.
* We commit ourselves to creating a Northwestern community that facilitates full and equal access to learning in and outside the classroom.
* We assess our programs, services, and institutional climate to contribute to an equitable and inclusive Northwestern experience.
*We look for creative and sustainable approaches to enhance our work, challenge assumptions, and promote strategies to advance student learning and success.
*We inspire and are inspired; we infuse energy and passion into the pursuit of our vision and mission.
*We practice open, authentic, and civil communication. We seek first to understand.
*We partner with one another, students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members in a collegial manner that is consistently professional, respectful, and empathic.
*We strive to be thoughtful and responsible with our natural and institutional resources, facilities, and spaces.
· Commitment to Excellence: Upholding excellence as our ultimate principle in our personal conduct, work, programs, policies, and services.
· Accountability: Holding ourselves and others responsible to our values and guiding principles and institutional resources.
· Communication: Consistently listening intently and sharing clear information with internal and external constituents in a timely manner.
· Curiosity: Asking questions and seeking new approaches and strategies to find solutions and improve programs, policies, and services.
· Authenticity: Engaging with sincerity and honesty in our interactions and decision making.
· Intentionality: Making deliberate and strategic decisions that contribute to the welfare of our students, colleagues, and community.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Administrative/Managerial Percent of Time: 55%
1. Serves as a member the CAPS Leadership Team, reporting to the Executive Director.
2. In collaboration with the Executive Director and the Director of Clinical Services, supervises all clinical services, psycho-educational programs, and training experiences for the Chicago CAPS office.
3. Oversees the staffing disposition team at the Chicago CAPS office
4. Supervises all professional mental health staff (2 licensed psychologists and 1 psychiatrist) and 1 Program Assistant and does annual performance evaluations with all staff.
5. Provides utilization and other types of data reports to the Executive Director, when requested.
6. Completes a comprehensive annual report on Chicago CAPS office yearly accomplishments and services provided.
7. Prepares budget requests for resources needed at the Chicago CAPS office.
8. Oversees all local clinical data collected at the Chicago CAPS office.
9. In collaboration with the CAPS Leadership Team, articulates Strategic Plan for the Chicago CAPS Office.
10. Assumes Executive Director Responsibilities, when requested.
Clinical Services Percent of Time: 25%
11. Provides direct services including brief individual and group psychotherapy for students, triage, intakes, crisis case management, and assumes on-call responsibilities.
12. Maintains clinical records and necessary statistics of therapeutic and other client contacts.
13. Consults with psychiatrists in conjunction with prescribing and monitoring psychotropic medication for psychotherapy patients.
14. Consults with parents, physicians, faculty, academic deans, residence life staff, off-campus counseling services, other campus offices and students when appropriate and with appropriate authorization in order to provide quality care to students
15. Makes referrals to off-campus therapists, clinics, or hospitals when appropriate.
Outreach and Education Programs Percent of Time: 10%
16. Conducts outreach as requested including peer counseling training, orientation sessions for new students and parents, workshop presentations and emergency support services to the campus and community.
Training Percent of Time: 5%
17. Provides supervision, case management and consultations to doctoral interns and post-doctoral fellows.
Miscellaneous Percent of Time: 5%
18. Participates in Student Affairs committees as assigned by the Executive Director.
19. Attends and participates in regular CAPS staff meetings, case conferences, and in-service training.
1. Holds a completed doctoral level degree (Ph.D. or Psy.D.) in clinical or counseling psychology from an APA accredited program.
2. Has completed a pre-doctoral internship at an APA accredited site.
3. Licensed or license-eligible (within 6 months) in the State of Illinois.
4. Demonstrated experience and ability to work as part of a highly cohesive and inter-disciplinary team in a university counseling center.
5. Has a minimum of 5-8 years (post-licensure) of experience in an administrative role in a university counseling center staff professional, including individual psychotherapy, group therapy, supervision of doctoral interns and post-doctoral fellows in psychology in an APA accredited site, outreach and consultation. Experience in the provision of crisis intervention and consultation is essential.
6. Experience in working with the unique needs of professional and graduate students.
7. Demonstrated understanding of ethical and legal issues in mental health practice
8. Demonstrated experience in data base management and analyses. Solid knowledge of SPSS or other statistical software package and experience generating reports.
9. Experience with various word processing packages and with a scheduling software.
PREFERRED ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
1. Have administrative/managerial experience (e.g., supervision of professional staff, strategic planning, budget management) in a university counseling center or other mental health facility.
2. Have experience with and commitment to working with diverse clients, including individuals from ethnically/racially diverse backgrounds and individuals representing varying sexual orientations.
3. Knowledge and experience with cognitive-behavioral therapy for anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder; substance abuse assessment and treatment. Experience with eating disordered clients.
4. Knowledge of Institutional Review Boards and submitting research proposals.
Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
Required Application Materials
To be considered for the position (Job opening ID: 23319) applicants must submit the following materials electronically on the Northwestern University Human Resources site at http://www.northwestern.edu/hr/careers/ :
- Cover letter outlining interest in the position and addressing how you meet the specific job requirements;
- A current CV or Resume;
- Names and contact information (including address, telephone number, and e-mail) of three professional references.
As per Northwestern University policy, this position requires a criminal background check. Successful applicants will need to submit to a criminal background check prior to employment.
Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employee
17. DEER OAKS
POSTDOCTORAL RESIDENCY (APPIC MEMBER)
POSTDOCTORAL RESIDENCY PROGRAM AT DEER OAKS—A BEHAVIORAL HEALTH ORGANIZATION: is now interviewing and hiring postdoctoral resident candidates for one-year residency positions in various Texas locations. Resident will receive specialized training in geriatrics. Candidates must have completed an APA-accredited predoctoral internship or be a graduate from an APA-accredited program prior to start date.
Interested candidates must submit application materials consisting of curriculum vitae, a sample psychological evaluation report and three letters of reference to: Kerry Curry, Corporate Recruiter, at 126 E Main Plaza, Suite 8, San Antonio, TX 78205 or email@example.com.
Salary is $35,000 with 10 days vacation/personal leave, six paid holidays, health insurance and professional liability insurance. For more information visit Web site at www.deeroaks.com
18. University of South Florida – Search extended until next Wednesday, August 6th
|Full/Part Time: Full-Time|
19. James J. Peters VA, Bronx, New York
VA MIRECC Advanced Fellowship Program in Mental Health Research and Treatment
Overview: The Mental Illness Research, Education and Clinical Center (MIRECC) of the New York/New Jersey Veterans Healthcare Network is recruiting psychologists (or other allied health professionals) for a 2-year fellowship program. The primary goal of the fellowship program is to train psychologists to become leading clinical recovery-oriented, clinician-scientists with a focus on serious mental illness and personality disorders in veterans. MIRECC researchers investigate the domains of reality testing, cognitive function and aggression/impulse regulation in the categorical serious mental illness diagnoses of Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder. Our mission is to pursue a discovery-to-recovery approach for serious mental illness by determining causes, identifying predictors, and developing treatments that overcome barriers and enable recovery.
Program Description: This interdisciplinary program aims to train clinicians to become outstanding clinical researchers in high priority areas of mental health. Individualized, mentored research and clinical training is combined with a curriculum that emphasizes research methods, statistics, epidemiology, mental health systems, quality improvement methods, education, and service delivery. Training in professional skills includes manuscript preparation; grant writing, project management, and the responsible conduct of research. Fellowship sites are linked electronically for didactic, academic, and research efforts. Fellows devote the majority of their time to patient-oriented research and education activities and 25% to direct patient clinical care (although this is flexible). In collaboration with their mentors, Fellows will develop and implement a research project, publish and present findings, participate in grant writing, and utilize the latest technology for educational activities and clinical service delivery.
Training is combined with a state-of-the-art curriculum that emphasizes research methods, statistics, epidemiology, mental health systems, quality improvement methods, education, and service delivery. Fellowship sites are linked electronically for didactic, academic, and research efforts. The basic requirements of the fellowship includes two first-author papers of original research, a research program that is to be developed with their mentor, and the preparation of a career development award toward the end of the fellowship. In collaboration with their mentors, Fellows will develop and implement a research project, publish and present findings, participate in grant writing, and utilize the latest technology for educational activities and clinical service delivery.
The opportunities for training will reside in the research, clinical, and educational programs at the JJPVA of the MIRECC and the affiliate hospital, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City, typically within the Department of Psychiatry. Fellow’s primary appointment will be at the JJPVA Medical Center in the Bronx, NY and will also receive an appointment at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY. The MIRECC research programs are internationally recognized in a broad range of research areas including cognitive neuroscience, electrophysiology, neuropsychology, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), psychosocial interventions, cognitive remediation, psychiatric rehabilitation, clinical psychopharmacology, health services, and implementation science. The Director and the MIRECC faculty have a strong commitment to translational research that links basic science to clinical research and clinical research to services research.
Eligibility: Eligible psychologists (or associated clinicians) must be U.S. citizens. They must have graduated from an American Psychological Association (APA) accredited doctoral program in clinical or counseling psychology (or an equivalent program in another discipline). Completion of an APA accredited internship in clinical or counseling psychology is also required.
Faculty: Fellowship faculty members (and their research interests) include:
Larry Siever, M.D. is the Chief of Psychiatry and Director of the MIRECC at the JJ Peters VAMC. Dr. Siever studies the etiology of the schizophrenia spectrum and affect and impulsive aggression regulation in serious mental illness.
William Byne, M.D., Ph.D. employs a variety of postmortem histological and in vivo neuroimaging techniques to examine brain structure and function in serious mental illness and has recently initiated a pharmacological trial in schizophrenia.
Lisa Dixon, M.D., MPH conducts health services research that focuses on improving the quality of care for persons with SMI including increasing metabolic monitoring, reducing smoking, increasing consumer-driven family involvement in care, and reducing disability among persons who are early in the course of a psychotic illness.
Stella Dracheva (Plevan), Ph.D. investigates the role of mRNA editing and epigenetic regulation (DNA methylation and histone modifications) in suicide and other psychiatric conditions using postmortem human brain specimens and/or animal models as well as state of the art methodologies (e.g., RNA-Seq, CHIP-Seq, Infinium 450K Methylation array).
Marianne Goodman, M.D. directs the Dialectical Behavioral Therapy clinical and research program and suicide prevention treatment program.
Vahram Haroutunian, Ph.D. uses postmortem human brain and genetically modified mouse model systems we study the neurobiology of serious mental illness with a strong, albeit not exclusive, emphasis on schizophrenia and molecular biological and genetic techniques.
Erin Hazlett, Ph.D.‘s research uses neuroimaging and psychophysiological approaches to examine the neurobiology of attention and emotion processing abnormalities in schizophrenia-spectrum disorders and borderline personality disorder.
Bruce Levine, M.D. focuses on the implementation of the full spectrum of evidence based, recovery oriented practice: assessment and diagnosis, treatment partnership, psychotherapies and psychosocial interventions, and psychopharmacological treatments.
Antonia New, M.D.’s research foci are on suicide in veterans, emotion dysregulation resulting in symptoms such as impulsive aggression and borderline personality disorder as well as the individual differences in response to stress and trauma, focusing on how this relates to emotion regulation.
How to Apply: Interested psychologists (or associated clinicians) who meet the eligibility requirements should send a cover letter and curriculum vita via email to fellowship director Margaret.McNamara@mssm.edu. The cover letter should specify the reasons for your interest in this particular fellowship training program, a brief overview of your previous clinical and research experiences, and how you see this program promoting your professional and career goals. Our fellowship is an equal opportunity training program. The postdoctoral fellowship position begins September 2014. The VA funds each PhD Fellow’s stipend, which is approximately $50,000 per year, with yearly increases.
20. University of Michigan
Coordinator of Clinical Training
Pending approval, the Department of Psychology at the University of Michigan seeks outstanding candidates for a Coordinator of Clinical Training in its APA-accredited Clinical Science doctoral program. This is a full-time non-tenure track Lecturer III faculty position within the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts beginning in Winter term, 2015. The Coordinator of Clinical Training will have both teaching and administrative responsibilities. Teaching is expected to include a four-course load, including graduate lab courses in Adult and Child Assessment, Integration of Clinical Science and Practice, Practicum in Clinical Psychology, and an upper level undergraduate course. Administrative responsibilities include overseeing all graduate student practicum training, serving as a liaison between the clinical program and external practicum placement sites, and facilitating clinical research connections between the clinical program and practicum training sites. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from an APA-approved program with an APA accredited internship, be at least 2 years post-degree, and be licensed or license-eligible in Michigan. We seek candidates whose orientation and experiences integrate well with our University of Michigan clinical science training model.
Please submit a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy and experience (including any evidence of teaching excellence), and a statement describing approach to clinical intervention, assessment, and supervision . Applicants should also request at least three letters of recommendation from referees. All materials should be e-mailed as attachments toPsych.Lecturer.Search@umich.edu. All application materials should be submitted by 8/31/2014 for full consideration.
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Qualified women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. Terms and conditions of employment for this position are subject to the provisions of a Collective Bargaining Agreement between the University of Michigan and the Lecturer’s Employee Organization.