tion research, will demonstrate the
ability to foster the development of
clinical skills in students as they
progress through the program and
be highly effective educators in and
out of the classroom. Application
procedure: Applicants should send
1) curriculum vitae, 2) letter reflecting teaching philosophy and scholarly interests, and 3) names and
contact information of three professional references in electronic
form to: Lena Stoops at: lstoops@
callutheran.edu in the Office of
Associate Provost, California Lutheran University, 60 W. Olsen
Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360.
CLINIC PSYCHOLOGIST, FARMINGTON, CT: The Anxiety Treatment Center in Farmington, CT, is
seeking a full-time clinical psychologist to join our growing practice.
The ideal candidate will be comfortable with CBT treatments for
anxiety disorders and enjoy working
with children and/or adults. Must
be Connecticut-licensed or eligible. Salaried position with benefits.
E-mail curriculum vitae and letter
of interest to: Dr. Nicholas Maltby
at email@example.com or call
FELLOW: Wesleyan University announces the availability of two two-year research fellowships in its psychology postdoctoral training program. One position is in cultural
and social psychology, working
with Patricia Rodriguez Mosquera
and Clara Wilkins (CLwilkins@
wesleyan.edu) on issues related to
culture, race, and emotion. The ideal candidate would have strong
skills in statistical analyses, writing, and experimental design. Expertise in measurement and analysis of psychophysiological responses is highly desirable but not
essential. The second position is
in psychopathology and cogni
tion, mentored by Charles Sanislow
( firstname.lastname@example.org), and
Andrea Patalano (apatalano@
wesleyan.edu). The ideal candidate
would be interested in using behavioral and electrophysiological approaches to study individual differences in emotion regulation (
including personality traits, anxiety,
depression, and reaction to stress)
and cognition, including judgment
and decision making-processes. For
each position, we seek an outstanding scientist with a Ph.D. for research collaboration with faculty
mentors in state-of-the-art lab facilities. Fellows will also teach one undergraduate course per year in an
area of the fellow’s interest and collaborate with and mentor exceptional
undergraduates involved in research.
Wesleyan is a selective liberal arts
institution with strong research programs and faculty engaged in well-funded, cutting-edge research. Appli
cations will be considered on a roll
ing basis until positions are filled.
Apply on Wesleyan Online Career
Opportunities site at https://careers.
wesleyan.edu. Include curriculum
vitae and statement of research interests. Arrange to have two confidential letters of reference emailed directly to the investigator email above.
Wesleyan University is an Equal Opportunity Employer that welcomes
applications from women and historically underrepresented minority
FELLOW: Hospital for Special
Care is a 228-bed, Joint Commis-
sion and CARF-accredited, state-
of-the-art facility with our main
campus located in New Britain, CT
and a satellite campus in Hartford,
CT. We are pleased to announce the
recruitment of a postdoctoral fel-
low in rehabilitation psychology.
This two-year fellowship will pro-
vide supervised training, educa-
tion, and clinical experience in psy-
chological evaluation and rehabili-
tation counseling. On an inpatient
basis, fellows will provide super-
vised assessment and rehabilita-
tion counseling to patients with a
wide range of medical conditions,
including spinal cord injury, trau-
matic brain injury, stroke, heart
pulmonary disease, and congestive
heart failure. Responsibilities will
also include: rehabilitation coun-
seling for outpatients with neuro-
muscular disease. Two seminar se-
ries and individual case supervision
will be provided by a training fac-
ulty of five psychologists. The core
seminar series encompasses a re-
view of articles and books which
represent the theoretical founda-
tions of rehabilitation psychology,
and a professional development
component which includes discus-
sion of ethics, diversity, profession-
al advocacy, and business aspects
of practice. The specialty semi-
nar series encompasses topics or-
ganized by type of injury or med-
ical condition. As a teaching hos-
pital HSC also provides the fellow
with a wide range of educational
opportunities including rehabilita-
tion-related conferences, multidis-
ciplinary in-service presentations,
departmental case discussions,
and continuing medical education
lectures. The training experience
is enriched by close collaboration
with physiatry, neurology, and psy-
chiatry, as well as interdisciplinary
rehabilitation team meetings. Par-
ticipation in ongoing clinical re-
search projects and/or independent
research is expected and supported.
Requirements for the position in-
clude: a doctoral degree in clini-
cal or counseling psychology from
a program accredited by the Amer-
ican Psychological Association
(APA) or Canadian Psychologi-
cal Association (CPA), completion
of graduate-level coursework in
health psychology, behavioral med-
icine and/or rehabilitation psychol-
ogy, and completion of an APA-
or CPA-accredited internship.
Broad goals of the postdoctoral
residency are to provide fellows
with education and training for
practice at an independent level as a
rehabilitation psychologist, to dem-
onstrate professional competence
as an applied scientist-practitioner,
and to develop the knowledge base,
clinical skills, and competencies
necessary for board certification in
rehabilitation psychology. We offer
competitive salary and benefits. The
anticipated start date is September
1, 2012. For additional information
about the hospital and staff visit
www.hfsc.org. Applicants should
forward curriculum vitae, gradu-
ate school transcript, and three let-
ters of recommendation (at least
one from an internship supervisor).
Mail to: Hospital for Special Care,
Employee Development Services,
2150 Corbin Avenue, New Britain,
CT 06053 or e-mail to: tlongo@
hfsc.org. An Affirmative Action/
Equal Opportunity Employer/M/
W/D/V. Hospital for Special Care.
We Rebuild Lives.
PSYCHOLOGIST: Busy private
practice on the west coast of Florida
(Manatee County) is looking for a
Florida-licensed or license-eligible
psychologist to work with children,
adolescents, and families. Practice
primarily involves evaluation, ther-
apy, behavioral intervention, advo-
cacy, and litigation support. A suc-
cessful candidate will have strong
interpersonal and organization-
al skills. More information about
the practice can be found at www.
psychforkids.com. To apply, send
resume by fax at (941) 755-2514 or
e-mail at email@example.com.
Seeking Florida licensed or license-eligible psychologist to join a well-established group practice in
Fort Myers, FL. Child/adolescent and adult positions available. Both therapy and assessment skills are required. Forward curriculum vitae to: Dr.
Steven Cohen at: career@thecenter
forpsychology.com. Visit our website at www.thecenterforpsychology.
com or call (239) 278-3443.
PSYCHOLOGIST: Seeking doctoral level Florida-licensed clinical psychologist for full-time position with well-established, thriving private practice in Lake Mary,
FL (northern suburb of Orlando).
All staff are employees (no independent contractors). Generalist
having experience providing psychotherapy and conducting psychological evaluations with wide
variety of clients. Early career applicants are welcome as well. Prefer testing experience with WMS,
Nova Southeastern University’s Center for Psychological Studies has an
opening for a faculty position (rank TBD) for the 2012-2013 academic year.
Rank and salary will be commensurate with experience. The position
requires an earned doctorate in psychology with training and experience in
Applied Behavior Analysis and children with autism and related disorders.
The successful candidate will have a strong record of published research
and experience in grant writing and obtaining external funding.
This appointment will be to the Severe Behavior Disorders Program
directed by F. Charles Mace. The position involves the direct provision
of ABA services to children with severe behavior disorders and the
supervision of clinical practice and research by graduate students in
clinical and school psychology. Teaching courses in applied behavior
analysis, research methods and supervision of practicum students is
expected. The candidate should be license eligible in Florida and be
successful in pursuing licensure.
The Center for Psychological Studies is a graduate center that offers
Ph.D. and Psy.D. programs in clinical psychology and a pre-doctoral
internship program accredited by the American Psychological
Association. In addition, the center offers master of science programs
in mental health counseling, school counseling, and general psychology, a doctoral and specialist program in school psychology, and a
behavioral sciences track in a master’s program in criminal justice.
Applications will be reviewed until position is filled. Please apply on
line to Position #993272 www.nsujobs.com.
Visit the center’s website: www.cps.nova.edu.
Nova Southeastern University is an independent, not for profit institution that is
an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Faculty (Rank TBD)/ Severe Behavior Disorders