experience or postdoctoral train-
ing in the specialty area. Faculty
rank is dependent upon qualifica-
tions. We are seeking applicants
who would be available to start
in summer or fall 2012. Review
of applications is ongoing and
will continue until the position
is filled. Applicants should submit
a letter of interest including areas
of teaching competence, curricu-
lum vitae, and three professional
references to: Brad Powers, Psy.D.,
Search Committee Chair, 2885
West Battlefield Road, Spring-
field, MO 65807, or bpowers@
forest.edu. Reprints/preprints will
also be accepted, as will work
samples, syllabi, or past teaching
evaluations, in support of an ap-
plication. Forest Institute is a pri-
vate, not-for-profit institution of
higher education offering degree
programs in psychology, counsel-
ing, marriage and family thera-
py, and applied behavior analysis.
Institutional resources include a
large, community-based training
clinic providing more than 10,000
hours of clinical service annually.
The institution offers malpractice
insurance and continuing educa-
tion funding, as well as a competi-
tive salary and benefits package.
Forest Institute is an Equal Oppor-
tunity Employer with an ongoing
commitment to diversity among
our faculty, students, and staff.
We seek candidates who share our
commitment to diversity and can
work effectively with students,
faculty, and staff from diverse
backgrounds. Members of histori-
cally underrepresented groups are
strongly encouraged to apply. For
more information, visit our web-
site at www.forest.edu.
SENIOR STAFF PSYCHOLOGIST—MONTANA STATE UNIVERISTY BOZEMAN COUNSELING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL
SERVICES: Starting August 2012.
Duties include: provision of psychotherapy, crisis intervention, outreach
and consultation to the university
population. Supervision to masters
level trainees and doctoral interns
in an APA-accredited program.
Requirements include: 1) doctorate in
clinical or counseling psychology
(by start date). 2) licensed as a psychologist in the State of Montana, or
eligible to take the State of Montana
licensure examination no later than
2013–2014 academic year. 3) clinical experience working with adults.
MSU-Bozeman offers over 120 undergraduate and 76 graduate degree
programs to an enrollment of 14,153.
Beautiful Rocky Mountain location
with abundant recreational activities. Two positions available pending
final funding approval. Screening
begins February 13, 2012, until
CHE Senior Psychological Services
I am pleased to call to your attention to available Career opportunities for
licensed psychologists (part or full time) with CHE Senior Psychological Services. For the past fifteen years our group has been providing psychological
services, neuropsychological/cognitive rehabilitation, and behavioral medicine services to
residents of over 200 skilled nursing, short term rehabilitation, and adult day care facilities
as well as community based group homes throughout NY State.
NY upstate and downstate regions with immediate openings in Buffalo, Binghamton,
and Syracuse and throughout the five boroughs and Long Island.
We also have immediate opportunities available for candidates with language profi-ciencies in Spanish and Russian.
What do we provide:
1) We offer a clinically as well as a financially rewarding position with a flexible work
schedule Provide training in geropsychology under the supervision of our prominent
2) Postdoctoral training opportunities in behavioral medicine and geropsychology to
Who will you be joining:
A team of colleagues committed to clinical excellence, compassionate care, and professional integrity; An organization that welcomes your participation in a “collaborative”
approach to the integration of psychological services in multidisciplinary settings; A
group which provides individualized training, ongoing clinical supervision, and professional development workshops in all our service domains. For further information please
call: 1-800-275-3243, visit our website at www.cheservices.com, and/or e-mail your curriculum vitae to: nathan T@cheservices.com.
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filled. Before submitting any materials, see complete application instructions at http://www.montana.edu/
jobs/. Questions contact: Tammy
Haas, Search Secretary, Counseling
& Psychological Services, Montana
State University-Bozeman, Bozeman, MT 59717-3180; Tel: (406)
994-4531; email@example.com. An
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportu-nity/ADA/Veteran Preference Employer.
PSYCHOLOGIST: We have a new
position that was just opened for
a full-time person ( 36+ patient
hours per week). We are a well-established, large multidisciplinary
group practice in beautiful Seacoast, NH. One hour to Boston or
the White Mountains. Preference
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ages, substance abuse, couples and
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you looking for rewarding and fulfilling employment? Vericare, is a
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information, apply online at www.
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SHIPS IN CBT: The Cognitive
Behavioral Institute of Albuquer-
que, LLC has openings for two
24-month, full-time postdoctor-
al fellows specializing in cogni-
tive and behavioral psychology.
One position is available imme-
diately, and the other will begin
in summer or fall 2012. Candi-
dates must have earned a Ph.D.
from an APA-accredited doctoral
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and must have completed an APA-
accredited internship. Guaranteed
annual salary is $45,000, with op-
portunities to earn more depending
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clude: a $2,000 conference travel
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age of EPPP study materials, a re-
newable $500 Starbuck’s card, use
of the institute’s fitness center, va-
cation time, and sick leave, among
others. More information can be
found at www.cogtherapy.com/
postdoc.htm. To apply for a po-
sition, simply forward a current
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Bradford C. Richards, Ph.D., ABPP,
Director and Supervising Psycholo-
gist, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(•) FACULTY POSITION IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY: The Psychology Department at the University at Albany, State University of
New York, anticipates an opening
for a tenure-track position in clinical psychology, rank open, to begin in fall 2012. Review of applications will begin January 15,
2012 and continue until the position has been filled. For further information and to apply, visit
our website: http://albany.interview
(•) ASSIS TAN T PROFESSOR/
STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW
YORK COLLEGE AT ONEONTA:
The Department of Psychology at
SUNY Oneonta invites applications for a tenure-track position
as an assistant professor beginning August 2012. The initial appointment will be for two years.
The expectations include teaching, research, student advisement,
college service, and continuing
professional development. SUNY
Oneonta is a comprehensive, public, liberal arts and sciences college with 6,000 students and 500
faculty. The college is ranked
number nine among the best regional universities by U.S. News
and World Report. The college
offers over 60 undergraduate majors and 9 graduate programs. The
student to faculty ratio is approximately 17: 1. The Department of
Psychology has seven full-time
faculty members and is distinguished by small classes, highly
accessible faculty, teamwork, research opportunities for students,
and information technology-supported classrooms. To learn
more about the college or the department visit www.oneonta.edu
psyweb/. Preference will be given to candidates who have experience with diverse populations,
and/or teaching pedagogies and/
or multicultural teaching experience. For a complete description
of this position go to: http://www.
oneonta.edu/employment. To apply online, go to: http://oneonta.
apply.jsp?JOBID=28007. For other
employment and regional opportunities, visit our website at: http://