NEW YORK STATE-LICENSED
AND BOARD CERTIFIED OR
BOARD ELIGIBLE NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST PART-TIME:
DAIC, a psycho-educational testing and therapy center in Bedford,
NY, seeks an experienced, caring
neuropsychologist to administer
neuropsychological and psycho-educational tests to children and/
or adults, and provide cognitive
behavioral therapy. Excellent English language skills, professional
appearance, and training a must.
Flexible hours. E-mail: drt@daic.
org with curriuclum vitae.
PSYCHOLOGIST: Seeking New
York-licensed or eligible psychologist with three years’ post-licen-sure experience with children and
families to join established practice
in Garden City, NY. Competitive
compensation and benefits. Fax resume to: AZNY Psychological Services at (516) 222- 8957.
PART-TIME CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST, PH.D./PSY.D., NYS LICENSED: Work with older adults in
NYC metro area. Rewarding population, flexible schedule, collegial atmosphere, ongoing supportive supervision with highly experienced gero-psychologist. Fluency in Spanish
desired for some positions. Excellent
clinical and administrative skills required. Come grow with us. Send
curriculum vitae to: drptomasso@
LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST II:
The North Dakota Department
of Corrections is accepting appli-
cations for a licensed psycholo-
gist II. Requires licensure by the
Board of Psychologist Examiners.
Open until filled. Send state appli-
cation form (SFN 10950) at http://
html, with letter of interest, resume,
and transcripts to: Larry Tice, Box
5521, Bismarck, ND 58506.
CLINICAL ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR POSITION AT KENT STATE UNIVERSITY: The Department of
Psychology at Kent State University seeks a clinical assistant/associate professor (
non-tenure-track) to serve as the director of our in-house training clinic.
This year-round position is slated to begin June 1, 2012. The mission of the psychological clinic is
to provide resources that are necessary for doctoral student professional training, serving a campus and community population,
and facilitate research. In keeping
with this mission, we are seeking
a qualified psychologist to serve as
the director of the Psychological
Clinic, and to participate in clinical training and supervision of clinical psychology doctoral students.
The director will also serve as liaison with community agencies that
provide field placement opportunities for students and coordinator
of the field placements. This individual must have prior clinical ex-
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.
perience with empirically supported practices and a commitment to
the clinical-scientist model of professional training. Licensure or license-eligibility as a psychologist
in the State of Ohio and is required.
Review of applications will begin
on March 15, 2012, and will con
tinue until the position has been
filled. Send application materials,
including curriculum vitae and a
cover letter describing qualifications and fit for this position, including experience using, supervising, and teaching empirically supported assessment and intervention
practices to: email@example.com.
Three letters of reference should
be sent directly to: John Gunstad
at firstname.lastname@example.org or Clinical
Director Search Committee, Department of Psychology, Kent State
University, Kent, OH 44242. Questions may be directed via e-mail to:
Nancy M. Docherty, Director of
Clinical Training, at ndochert@
kent.edu. Additional information about the department can be
found at http://www.kent.edu/cas/
psychology. Kent State University
is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages
applications from candidates who
would enhance the diversity of the
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF
CLINICAL PEDIATRICS: The Division of Behavioral Medicine
& Clinical Psychology (BMCP)
at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) is
seeking an assistant professor of
clinical pediatrics to provide direct patient care to children who
have been abused or neglected.
Requirements for the position
are: 1) doctoral degree in clinical psychology from an APA-accredited program, 2) direct training in evidenced-based interventions for traumatized children,
such as trauma-focused cognitive-behavioral therapy (TF-CBT) and/
or parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT-A), and 3) license-eligible in the State of Ohio. Opportunities exist to be part of the division’s internship and postdoctoral
training programs, collect data on
patient outcomes for research purposes, and interface with the Center for Safe and Healthy Children at
CCHMC, a member of the National
Child Traumatic Stress Network.
CCHMC ranks third in the nation
among all Honor Roll hospitals
in U.S. News and World Report’s
2011 Best Children’s Hospitals
ranking. It is internationally recognized for improving child health
and transforming delivery of care
through fully integrated, globally recognized research, education
and innovation. Interested applicants should send curriculum vitae,
letter of interest, three letters of
recommendation and any reprints
to: Lori J. Stark, Ph.D., ABPP,
Director, Division of Behavioral
Medicine & Clinical Psychology,
c/o Alexandra Marshall, 3333
Burnet Ave MLC 3015, Cincinnati,
OH 45229-3026. If applying by
e-mail, send to: alexandra.
email@example.com. CCHMC is
an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution; women and
minorities are encouraged to apply.
Departments: Counseling, Administration, Supervision, and Adult Learning. Position: assistant/associate
professor (tenure-track; full-time):
counseling psychology. Start date:
August 20, 2012. Duties: Pursue an
active agenda of research and publication including mentoring students
in research; teach graduate courses
in our APA-accredited counseling
psychology doctoral program and
in counselor education; provide service to the program, college, university, and national professional
organizations; advise doctoral and
master’s students; serve on dissertation and thesis committees.
Minimum qualifications: Ph.D. in counseling psychology from an APA-accredited program, licensed or
license-eligible as a psychologist in
Ohio, active research agenda. Preferred strong publication record,
experience with graduate teaching,
experience or interest in pursuing
external grant funding for research,
experience or future interest in providing leadership in our counseling
psychology Ph.D. program and the
profession. Applications: Detailed
letter describing research, teaching, and practice experiences and
interests; current curriculum vitae;
copies of one or two publications or
other scholarly products; transcript
of all graduate work, names, titles,
mail and e-mail addresses, and
telephone numbers of at least three
references. The position is open
until filled. Address: Dr. Donna
Schultheiss, Chair of Search Committee, CASAL Department,
Cleveland State University, 2121
Euclid Avenue, JH 275, Cleveland,
OH 44115. Salary: Competitive and
commensurate with qualifications.
Hiring is contingent on maintaining
existing levels of funding from the
state. For more info: http://www.
DOC/ cp_doc.html. College of Education and Human Services: Office of Doctoral Studies. Cleveland
State University is committed to
nondiscrimination on the basis of
race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, genetic information, disability, sexual orientation,
disabled veteran, or Vietnam-era or
other protected veteran status, and
to equal access in education and
PEDIATRIC NEUROPSYCHOLOGY FELLOW: Applications are
being accepted for a two-year pediatric neuropsych fellow in outpatient clinic. Training includes:
assessment, consultation with rehab
hospital, and therapy. Population