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CHILD/ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGIST: Private practice opening
for a child/adolescent clinical psychologist at Silber Psychological
Services P.A. We are seeking an
experienced doctoral psychologist
to join a well-established child/adolescent practice in Raleigh, NC on
a full-time basis. Ours is a collegial
practice where a wide range of services are offered including assessments, individual and family treatment, parenting work, and social
skills groups. Eclectic in orientation, we utilize considerable behavioral, DBT and CBT work with
a wide spectrum of disorders including eating disorders. Good interpersonal skills, organization and
efficiency are required. This is an
excellent opportunity in a practice
with a stable referral base that is
independent of insurance panels.
Salary and benefits are commensurate with the area. Must have North
Carolina license or a provisional license. You may visit our website at www.silberpsych.com for
more information about the practice. E-mail your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to (919)
Psychological Services of Charlotte,
a well-established practice, is looking for two full-time psychologists.
Candidates would preferably have a
North Carolina license and preferably work with clients five and up and
with adults as well. Contact: AnneMarie at (704) 503-3535 or e-mail
resume at email@example.com.
NEEDED IN GREENSBORO,
NC: Part-time to possible full-time. Well-established, managed-care free, private practice specializing in cognitive behavior therapy; mood and anxiety disorders
in adults and adolescents; ADHD
evaluation and treatment; and marital therapy. Licensure required.
Submit letter of interest, resume,
and references to: The Center for
Cognitive Behavior Therapy, 5509-
A West Friendly Avenue, Suite
202-A, Greensboro, NC 27410, or
AUTISM POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP—MOORE COUNSELING CENTER, P.C.: Moore, OK
group practice seeks autism testing
and treatment specialist. ADOS- 2
competency required. Postdoctoral
will train under resident autism expert. September 2014 to September 2015 postdoctoral will result
in Oklahoma licensure eligibility.
Potential for psychologist position thereafter. E-mail cover letter
and curriculum vitae to: Dr.Ward@
ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE
PROFESSOR: The Department
of Psychology at the University of
Pittsburgh is seeking to fill a tenure-track position at the level of assistant or associate professor in the
area of child clinical and developmental psychology, pending budgetary approval. The candidate should
have doctoral training in child clinical psychology coupled with a strong
background and research interests
in developmental psychopathology.
The ideal candidate will also have
a strong background and training in
basic processes and mechanisms of
normative development, integrating
this with issues in psychopathology.
The candidate is expected to play a
prominent role in joint training in
our clinical and developmental psychology graduate programs, conduct
an independent program of research,
and have a strong commitment to undergraduate education. Areas of interest are open (e.g., anxiety, depression, conduct problems, autism, pre-vention/intervention), but it is critical
that the candidate’s research apply a
developmental perspective to a clinical issue relevant to children and/or
adolescents, with issues relevant to
historically underrepresented minority groups especially welcome. The
psychology department (http://www.
psychology.pitt.edu) is committed to
excellence in research and in teaching at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. The department has
36 tenure-stream faculty and houses
five core graduate training programs:
Biological and Health, Clinical, cognitive, developmental, and social,
as well as its unique cross-program
training in clinical and developmental psychology. The interdisciplinary
nature of psychological science is reflected in both faculty research interests and training opportunities afforded to graduate students. The University of Pittsburgh is an extremely
vibrant and collaborative environment for conducting clinically- and
developmentally-related basic and
applied research. In addition to highly research active clinical and developmental programs within the Department of Psychology, additional
colleagues and resources are available in the Department of Psychiatry
(Western Psychiatric Institute and
Clinic), the Office of Child Development, the Schools of Education, Social Work, and Public Health, and the
Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition. Deadline for submitting applications is October 1, 2013.
Applicants should apply electronically
by sending a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of research and
teaching interests, and up to three
papers to firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, three letters of recommendation should be sent to this e-mail address with the applicant’s last name
and the word “recommendation” in
the subject line. Inquiries regarding
the position can be addressed to the
chair of the search committee, Daniel Shaw ( email@example.com). Include
the word “clinpsy” in the subject
line. The University of Pittsburgh is
an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality
of opportunity, human dignity and
BEHAVIORAL NEURSCIENCE: The
Department of Psychology invites
applicants for a tenure-track, assistant professor position in our interdisciplinary program in behavioral
neuroscience, beginning fall 2014.
It is anticipated that the six-course
load will consist of classes in behavioral neuroscience, learning
and memory, introductory psychology, and student research advising,
as well as courses in our all college
curriculum. We have excellent research facilities and a neuroscience
laboratory that includes resources for both small mammal and human research. Westminster College
is a coeducational, national liberal
arts institution with historical ties
to the Presbyterian Church (USA).
The College enrolls approximately 1,400 students and employs approximately 104 full-time faculty.
in Applied Psychology
and Human Development
Specialized Focus: Counseling and Applied Development
The division of Applied Psychology and Human Development at The University of Pennsylvnia’s Graduate School of Education (GSE) seeks nominees and applicants for a tenure-track position as assistant professor.
The successful applicant would teach and conduct research in areas that
connect the division’s human development and counseling emphases.
We are particularly interested in candidates whose research and teaching address one or more of the following areas: novel approaches to understanding the intersections of counseling, social-emotional functioning, school adjustment/performance, and healthy development; the roles
of race, gender, and culture in shaping identity and educational growth;
and community-, family-, or school-based mental health interventions
that have an impact on life-span development. The successful candidate
must show a clear capacity to conduct creative research in areas such as
these and to teach courses on either counseling interventions, child and/
or adolescent development, or sociocultural development as it applies to
counseling and applied development work. Applicants must have earned
a doctorate in counseling, applied psychology (counseling, clinical,
school), or a related field, or show clear evidence that their doctoral degree will be completed prior to assuming the position in fall 2014. Given
Penn GSE’s strong emphasis on diversity in its many forms, candidates
from traditionally under-represented minority groups are particularly
encouraged to apply.
We will begin reviewing applications on October 1, 2013, and will continue to consider new applications until the position is filled. Please apply
online at https://www.gse.upenn.edu/faculty_research/positions/
apply-aphd, submitting a letter expressing your interest and general
qualifications, curriculum vitae, and reprints of three publications or
relevant manuscripts. Please address all correspondence to Chair,
Search Committee, APHD.
In order to be considered, letters from three references should be
Chair, Search Committee, APHD, c/o Elizabeth Deane
Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania
3700 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6216
The University of Pennsylvania is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer;
women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
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