All applicants must have completed
APA- or CPA-accredited graduate
programs in clinical or counseling
psychology; APA- or CPA-accredited internships; and all requirements for their Ph.D. or Psy.D. prior to beginning their appointment.
Appointments are for one year. Positions are contingent upon funding. To apply: For detailed application information, go to: http://
postdoc-fellow/. Applications are
due December 2, 2013. Minority
candidates are strongly encouraged
to apply. The fellowship is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the American Psychological Association, 750 1st Street, NE,
Washington, DC 20002, (202) 336-
POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP—SIERRA PACIFIC MENTAL
ILLNESS, RESEARCH, EDUCATION AND CLINICAL CENTER:
The Sierra Pacific Mental Illness,
Research, Education and Clinical
Center (MIRECC) of the VA Palo
Alto Health Care System is accept-
ing applications for our two-year
postdoctoral fellowship in Advanced
Psychology. The fellowship offers in-
tensive training in clinical research
(including direct service activities
with clients), education and profes-
sional development activities (75%
time); 25% is dedicated exclusively
to placement in direct service set-
tings where clinical skills are honed
and refined. Our fellowship is orga-
nized around two primary areas of
emphasis: traumatic stress disorders/
PTSD, and aging/dementia. This
year, applicants with research inter-
ests and experience in aging/demen-
tia are especially encouraged to ap-
ply. Fellows are offered strong men-
toring to help them develop advanced
expertise in clinical research meth-
odologies and content areas most
pertinent to the mental health needs
of today’s veterans. We are an Equal
Opportunity training site and en-
courage and welcome applications
from all qualified applicants. Appli
cations are due January 6, 2014.
Contact: Julie Weitlauf, Ph.D. (Julie.
Weitlauf@va.gov; (650) 493-5000,
ext. 23429) for program information
and application materials.
PSYCHOLOGY POSTDOCTORAL RESIDENT: Kaiser Permanente
South Bay Consortium is an APA-accredited postdoctoral residency
program that offers 9 residencies
in Northern California. Application due by January 15, 2014. http://
CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST: We are seeking a clinical
neuropsychologist to join our medical group in Fort Collins–
Loveland, CO in 2014 and be an integral
part of our Sports Medicine Program and our new Concussion initiative. Requires a Ph.D. or Psy.D.
and licensure in Colorado or license-eligible. We have orthopedic
and other specialists in our Sports
Medicine program which uses the
ImPACT assessment system for
concussions. Join a busy practice
founded 1969, featuring exceptional quality and outstanding facilities.
Our Sports Medicine Program covers Colorado State University athletics, professional hockey, eight
area high schools, plus rodeo events.
The group has on-site MRI, X-ray,
and therapy. We offer regionally
competitive recruitment package
and an opportunity to join an outstanding team. Contact: Mr. Armi
Hall at (970) 419-7140 or ahall@
orthohealth.com. Orthopedic &
Spine Center of the Rockies, 2500
E. Prospect Rd, Fort Collins, CO
DEPUTY DIRECTOR AND DIRECTOR OF CLINICAL TRAINING: The Professional Psychology Program at George Washington
University invites applications for
a tenure-track or tenured associate
to full professor position as deputy director and director of clinical
training beginning July 2014. We
are a university-based APA-accredited clinical Psy.D. program characterized by a high degree of col-legiality among students, faculty,
and professional staff. Program
information is available at http://
Basic qualifications: Applicants
must have an earned doctoral degree in clinical psychology from
an APA-accredited program. Licensure or immediate license-eligibility as a psychologist in the
District of Columbia is required.
Applicants are required to have a
minimum of seven years of successful postdoctoral teaching experience at the graduate level (
including supervision of graduate
student clinical work) evidenced
by evaluations indicating teaching
excellence. Applicants must have
successful experience supervising doctoral-level scholarship and
clinical training and have significant clinical practice experience
using psychodynamic and/or psychoanalytic approaches. Applicants
must demonstrate a commitment
to scholarly research and discovery as evidenced by an ongoing record of peer-reviewed publications.
Academic rank will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Application procedure: To be
considered, apply through the GW
employment portal (https://www.
a cover letter stating your interest
and qualifications, curriculum vitae with citations to your published
work and complete contact information for three references. Review
of applications will begin on No
vember 1, 2013 and continue un
til the position is filled. Only com
plete applications will be consi
dered. The George Washington
University is an Equal Opportunity/
Affirmative Action Employer. In
the spirit of this commitment, the
university seeks to attract additional active, culturally and academically diverse faculty of the highest
caliber. We welcome applications
from ethnic minorities, women,
persons of diverse gender identity/
expression, persons of diverse sexual orientation, persons with disabilities and veterans.
PRIVATE PRACTICE OPPORTUNITY: Seeking licensed psycholo-gist/MH professional to join Alliance Counseling, a well-established
private practice of experienced clinicians. Collaborative environment;
strong referral base; optimally located in Newark, near the University of Delaware. Contact: Dr. Linda
Santoro at (302) 454-8010 ext. 2.
FESSOR: University of Miami,
Department of Psychology, tenure-
track assistant to associate professor
in adult clinical psychology, start-
ing August 2014. Ph.D. in Psychol-
ogy from APA-accredited program
or equivalent. We are particularly
interested in persons who strive to
integrate social and biological ap-
proaches to behavior (examples are
social and cognitive neuroscience
and behavioral genomics). The de-
partment has a new fMRI facility
and anticipates growth in brain-
related research areas. Candidates
will be expected to develop an in-
dependent research program, teach
graduate and undergraduate cours-
es, and supervise doctoral students.
A more complete description of
this program is at http://www.psy.
Review of applications will begin
immediately. Applicants should
send curriculum vitae, selected re-
prints or preprints, a statement of
research and teaching interests, and
four letters of reference to: Adult
Faculty Search Committee, De-
partment of Psychology, University
of Miami, P.O. Box 248185, Coral
Gables, FL 33124. The University
of Miami is located in a cultural-
ly diverse and vibrant community.
Minorities and women are encour-
aged to apply. We are an Affirma-
tive Action/Equal Opportunity
University that values diversity and
has progressive work-life policies.
Women, persons with disabilities,
Size: 2( 3.375) x 5
NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY- The Center for
Psychological Studies (CPS) invites applications for two faculty positions in the doctoral programs in clinical psychology. Applicants will
be reviewed for salary commensurate with experience and scholarship.
The successful candidate is expected to have a commitment to excellence in teaching and mentoring of students. Additionally, they must be
actively involved in research and will be encouraged to publish, supervise student research, and seek external funding to support research.
The faculty will teach doctoral program core courses such as adult and
child psychopathology, assessment, psychotherapy interventions as
well as electives in their own specialty areas of research and practice.
Faculty are expected to supervise psychology trainees in their clinical
work. Applicants must be licensed or licensed-eligible as psychologists in the state of Florida.
The Center for Psychological Studies is a graduate school that offers
APA-accredited Ph.D. and Psy.D. programs in clinical psychology and
a pre-doctoral internship program. Also part of the center is a consortium internship program (APPIC member) master of science programs
in counseling, general psychology, forensic psychology, a doctoral and
a specialist program in school psychology, and a behavioral sciences
track in the university’s criminal justice programs. The center trains
students at its Psychology Services Center that serves a diverse population of children, adolescents, and adults through its general and faculty specialty clinical training programs.
Applicants will be reviewed until the position is filled. Please apply on
line to Position #993015 at www.nsujobs.com
Please visit our website: www.nova.edu
NSU offers competitive compensation
and outstanding benefits. EOE.
Faculty Rank TBD