to the north along California’s spectacular coastline winding its way
north to Big Sur. Within a two-hour
drive to the north are Pebble Beach,
Carmel by the Sea, and the world
famous Cannery Row on the Monterey Peninsula. Two hours to the
south is Santa Barbara, its famous
beaches, the Santa Barbara Zoo and
many historical landmarks.
MID-ATLANTIC AREA: Are you
looking for something new? This
is a full-time position in the Washington, DC area providing behavioral assessment, psychological testing and therapeutic consultation to
individuals, couples and families.
Strong interpersonal skills, excellent written and oral communication
skills, and a willingness to travel extensively domestically and overseas,
often on short notice, are essential.
The ideal candidate will have experience consulting within organizations; managing billing, budgets
and expense accounts; and have
demonstrated progressive levels of
achievement and the ability to work
with a high degree of autonomy.
Foreign language proficiency and an
interest in cross-cultural issues are
pluses. We require a Psy.D. or Ph.D.
from an APA-accredited program
in clinical psychology; completion
of an APA-accredited clinical internship; a minimum of three years’
experience as a licensed psychologist and a license in good standing.
Contact: E-mail or fax your curriculum vitae to: Rebecca Shipp, Saint
Vincent Health System at rshipp@
svhs.org or fax to (814) 452-7005.
OPENINGS—VERICARE: Are you
looking for rewarding and fulfilling
employment? Vericare is a leader
in geropsychology, providing multidisciplinary behavioral interventions in long-term care facilities.
Our professionals provide a spectrum of therapies including individual psychotherapy, short-term
solution-focused therapy and behavior management. Vericare has
opportunities throughout Florida.
Experience with medical/inpatient
settings and multi-disciplinary
teams preferred. For more information, apply online at www.vericare.
com or contact Sanel Lekic at (800)
257-8715 ext. 1166. Vericare is
offering a $500 “Thank You” referral bonus for any colleagues you refer that get hired. Feel free to call
us for details.
FLORIDA LICENSED PSYCHOL-
OGIST: Associates in Family Psy-
chology in Fort Myers, FL, seeks a
full-time Florida licensed psychol-
ogist to join our expanding prac-
tice. Generalists having experience
providing psychotherapy to adults,
children and families preferred, and
experience with psychoeducation-
al evaluations desired. Provide ser-
vices to your clients with the bene-
fit of billing, collections and group
marketing in a well established and
respected practice. Send cover let-
ter and curriculum vitae to: Shari
Chrovian, Psy.D.at drchrovian@
FLORIDA LICENSED CLINICAL
PSYCHOLOGIST: Thriving group
practice with six offices in Florida is seeking doctoral-level Flori-da-licensed clinical psychologists,
or current postdocs who will be license-eligible in 2013, for full-time
positions. Balanced experience with
psychotherapy and psychological
testing preferred. Submit cover letter and curriculum vitae electronically to the attention of Rosimeri
Clements, Psy.D.at clements@
LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST POSITIONS FOR PRIVATE PRACTICE GROUP: Focus Forward
Counseling and Consulting, Inc.
is seeking licensed psychologists
or current postdocs who will be licensed soon to join rapidly growing
group practice in north metro Atlanta. Successful applicants will have
experience providing psychological
evaluations and counseling with
wide range of clients. Go to www.
focusforwardcc.com/about/career-opportunities-at-ffcc/ for further information.
INSTRUCTOR TO ASSOCIATE
PROFESSOR (CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY): The University of
Guam is seeking applicants for a
tenure-track position in clinical psychology at the assistant or associate
professor level, or ABD candidates
will be considered for a fixed term,
non-tenure track appointment at
the instructor level to begin August
19, 2013. Applicants should have a
Ph.D. or Psy.D. in clinical psychology from an accredited clinical program and internship. The successful
candidate will teach undergraduate
and graduate courses in clinical and
other areas of psychology; supervise
master’s thesis research, provide
clinical supervision and clinical services at the University’s Isa Psychological Services Center; conduct an
active research program; perform
university and community service;
and seek external funding for research and/or service activities.
Salary ranges: instructor, $33,167–
$65,879 per academic year; assis-
tant professor, $38,316–$77,832 per
academic year; associate profes-
sor, $42,422–$85,651 per academic
year. The University of Guam is an
accredited U.S. Land Grant institu-
tion with a culturally diverse student
population of approximately 3,700.
Guam, a warm and beautiful tropi-
cal island, is a U.S. Territory in the
Western Pacific. Travel and a relo-
cation allowance will be paid for a
tenure-track appointment. Review
of applications will begin April 1,
2013, and will continue until the
position is filled. For further details
and application information, see the
full job announcement at www.uog.
edu, (under Administration, select
Human Resources Office, and then
Job Opportunities) or e-mail Dr.
Iain Twaddle at itwaddle@uguam.
uog.edu. UOG is an Equal Opportu-
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN
PSYCHOLOGY: The Department of
Behavioral Sciences is seeking applications for a full-time person to
begin in the fall 2013. This faculty
person will teach a variety of undergraduate courses in general psychology and counseling and will advise
majors. Modest ongoing research
that involves students is expected.
A Ph.D., Psy.D. or ABD in clinical
psychology or other closely-related
field in psychology is required. Candidates must be in agreement with
the Christian mission of the university. Review of applications to begin immediately and continue until position is filled. To apply, send
completed application (www.nnu.
edu/hr) to Human Resources, 623
University Blvd., Nampa, ID 83686.
Northwest Nazarene University is
an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
CHAIR, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY: Illinois Institute of
Technology (IIT) invites applications for Chair, Department of Psychology for August 2013. We seek
an individual with a record of excellence in research, teaching, and
service, eligible for appointment as
full professor. A Ph.D. in psychology is required; area of specialization is open. Candidates should
have experience with grants, leadership, and financial management of
a budget, as well as excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
The chair will: develop and enact a
vision for growth of the undergrad-
uate program; promote the gradu-
ate programs; facilitate the research
agendas of the faculty and efforts
for extramural funding; and man-
age operations of the department
and staff. While promoting growth
of the undergraduate program, the
department desires to maintain ex-
cellence in its three M.S. and Ph.D.
graduate programs: industrial and
organizational (I/O), clinical, and
counseling and rehabilitation sci-
ence. The graduate programs em-
phasize a scientist-practitioner
model of training leading to nu-
merous faculty collaborations with
local organizations (e.g., medical
centers and schools, private and
public sector organizations). Also,
several faculty and graduate stu-
dents work closely with our center
for research and service, which pro-
vides consulting services and forg-
es ongoing partnerships linking the
science of psychology with indus-
try and the community. Applicants
should send a cover letter, curricu-
lum vitae, statement of leadership
philosophy, and three letters of rec-
ommendation to: Dr. David Mogul.
The review of applications will
begin on January 15, 2013, and
will continue until the position is
filled. Additional information about
the department and University is
available at www.iit.edu. Contact
Dr. Mogul at (312) 567-3873 or via
e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org for
questions. IIT is an Equal Opportu-
nity/Affirmative Action Employer
and encourages applications from
members of underrepresented mi-
SELECTIVE MUTISM PROJECT,
TRAINING PROVIDED: Recruiting
therapists of all levels/various disciplines to train for innovative camp
for children with selective mutism
(SM). This free training is supervised by licensed clinical psychologist. Must commit to initial two-day training (June), five supervised
hours to practice program intervention (June/July), and camp week
(August 5–9, 40 hours). Excellent
training and networking opportunity, previous experience with SM not
required. Ideal for those seeking a
time-limited summer project, additional practicum/field work (up to
70 hours), with potential for employment. Therapists of all levels (
including grad students), teachers, school
SW, psychologists, psychiatrists,
SLPs, OTs, and others who may encounter a child with SM in their work
and are interested in gaining more
knowledge/experience can benefit.
E-mail cover letter, curriculum vitae,
and two letters of recommendation
DIRECTOR OF PSYCHIATRIC
SERVICES: Rosecrance is expanding services to include managing an
inpatient psych unit at a local hospital. The Director of Psychiatric Services will:manage and coordinate all
daily operations of the assigned unit;
implement and coordinate all nursing
and mental health care on the unit for
patients and staff; provide and monitor continuity of program services in
an ethical, legal and moral manner
within a safe and therapeutic environment, consistent with applicable regulatory and accreditation standards.
Master’s degree in health-related
field required (nursing preferred).
A current Illinois RN license preferred. Minimum two-years demonstrated experience in managing inpatient psych unit including dual-diagnosis patients. Minimum of one
year of staff supervisory experience or an equivalent combination