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mental disorders in order to facilitate identification, intervention and
treatment; and developing and testing better preventive interventions
for children at high risk for developing affective and conduct disorders. Preference is given to applicants trained in psychopathology
who need additional training in psy-chobiology/neuroscience, or the reverse. ICD boasts a broad range of
faculty members with whom trainees may work. Qualifications include: training and experience in
behavioral sciences, strength in research methods, and promise as research scholars. Starting date is expected to be August 25, 2014. The
NIMH stipend is based on number
of years since award of the Ph.D.
Doctoral degree must be completed by time of appointment. Applicant must be U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Submit curriculum vitae, statement of research interests,
graduate transcripts, GRE scores,
three letters of reference, and a sample of published or unpublished theoretical or empirical work to: Dr.
Dante Cicchetti, Training Grant Director, Institute of Child Development, 51 East River Road, Minneapolis, MN 55455-0345.
Application review begins March 1, 2014.
Position open until filled. For additional information, see: http://www.
postdoctoral/ or contact: Danielle
Bordeleau at: email@example.com.
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer, compliant with
the Americans with Disabilities Act.
POSTDOCTORAL CLINICAL FELLOWSHIP: The Department of
Family Medicine and Community
Health at the University of Minnesota Medical School has an opening
for a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in Behavioral Medicine. Provide integrated care and individual, family, couple and group psychotherapy in outpatient clinics of
a large family medicine residency
program for a wide range of problems including anxiety and depressive disorders, chronic pain, eating
disorders, interpersonal problems,
marital and sexual problems, and
family discord. Will be involved
in the overall behavioral medicine teaching for the family medicine residents and complete a research project under faculty supervision. Applications should be
received by February 1, 2014 for
a start in September 2014.
Applicants must have their Ph.D. or
Psy.D. and be eligible for Minnesota licensure. Competitive salary
with excellent benefits. Apply online with curriculum vitae, cover
letter and three references to: http://
to requisition number 187353. Address cover letter to: Eli Coleman,
Ph.D., Director of Behavioral Medicine, DFMCH, 1300 S. 2nd St., Ste.
180, Minneapolis, MN 55454. The
University of Minnesota is an Equal
DEPARTMENT CHAIR, HEALTH
PSYCHOLOGY: The Department of Health Psychology in the
School of Health Professions at the
University of Missouri (MU) invites applications and nominations
for chair of the department to begin July 1, 2014. Successful candidates will be at the rank of associate or full professor (clinical or tenure-track) with a Ph.D. or Psy.D. in
clinical psychology or equivalent
from an APA-accredited program,
and will specialize in rehabilitation psychology, neuropsychology,
health psychology, and/or pediatric psychology. Candidates will be
Missouri licensure-eligible, with
a strong history of research and/
or clinical service and professional leadership, and a commitment
to the highest standards of faculty
engagement, mentorship, scholarship and professional activity. Previous academic administrative experience is preferred. As part of
the School of Health Professions
in the MU Healthcare System, the
MU Department of Health Psychology has a long tradition of excellence in clinical services, research,
and training in psychological services based in medical settings, and
particularly neuropsychology, rehabilitation psychology, health psychology, and pediatric psychology.
The department’s psychologists are
well-established as the sole providers of comprehensive rehabilitation
psychology and neuropsychology
services across the lifespan in central Missouri. The pediatric faculty participates in multidisciplinary
patient care and professional training at the MU Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (http://thompson
center.missouri.edu/). The faculty’s
research programs drive and are derived from our state-of-the-science
clinical services and have consistently garnered federal grant funding. The department provides clinical and research postdoctoral training opportunities and is a primary
training site for an APA-accredited internship program that was recently reaccredited through 2019
va.gov/columbiamo/). For additional information about the Department of Health Psychology,
School of Health Professions and
MU Health Care, visit: http://shp.
http://muhealth.org/. The City of
Columbia, home of the University
of Missouri, has been consistently
rated as one of the most desirable
places to live in the United States.
This college town of 110,000-
plus residents has the best of both
worlds-small-town convenience and
warmth with big-city sophistication
and amenities. Located halfway between St. Louis and Kansas City,
the city boasts affordable housing,
moderate cost of living, diverse
cultural and economic opportunities and excellent public schools.
For more information about Colum-
bia, see http://www.visitcolumbia
mo.com/. For additional informa-
tion, interested applicants are wel-
come to contact: Dr. Laura Schopp
or Dr. Kyle Gibson, Search Com-
mittee Co-Chairs at (573) 882-
6951. Review of applications will
begin immediately and contin-
ue until the position is filled. Ap-
plications are to be submitted on-
line at http://hrs.missouri.edu/
find-a-job/academic/ index.php. Ap-
plicants should include a letter of
interest, official transcript, curric-
ulum vitae, and three letters of ref-
erence. Letters of reference may be
mailed to: DHP Chair Search, c/o
Tammy Winfrey, 510 Lewis Hall,
University of Missouri, Columbia,
MO 65211. The University of Mis-
souri–Columbia is an Equal Oppor-
tunity/Affirmative Action Employ-
er. To request ADA accommoda-
tions, contact our ADA Coordinator
at (573) 884-7278 (V/TTY). Wom-
en and minorities are encouraged
PRIMARY THERAPIST: The Primary Therapist (PT) acts as a member of a team of professional staff
providing the clinical services of
the Monarch School. We work in a
comprehensive fashion with each
student and their family and the PT
is responsible for this process. This
includes providing direct therapeutic services to the students both individually and in group as well as
working with the family of each individual student. The PT is able to
participate in or lead many of the
core activities of the school. A PT
is also responsible to role model the
core philosophy and values of Monarch School on a day-to-day basis.
This would be a great position for
someone who loves working with
teens and is seeking postdoctoral
supervision for licensure. Contact:
SENIOR STAFF PSYCHOLOGIST—MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY BOZEMAN COUNSELING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES: Starting August
2014. Duties include: provision of
multi-culturally informed psychotherapy, crisis intervention, outreach and consultation to the campus community; supervision to
master’s and doctoral interns in an
Requirements include: 1) doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology (by
start date); 2) licensed as a psychologist in the State of Montana or eligible to take the Montana licensure
examination no later than 2016-
17 academic year; 3) demonstrated clinical experience providing
psychotherapy with adults. MSU-Bozeman offers over 120 undergraduate and 76 graduate degree programs to an enrollment of 15,290.
Beautiful Rocky Mountain location
with abundant recreational activities. Screening begins February
3, 2014, until filled. Before submitting any materials, see complete
application instructions at http://
contact: Mercy Boys, Search Secretary. Counseling & Psychological
Services, Montana State University–
Bozeman. Bozeman, MT 59717-3180.
Tel:(406) 994-4531. mercy.boys@
montana.edu. An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/ADA/Vet-eran Preference Employer.
PSYCHIATRIST (CHILD AND ADOLESCENT): Yellowstone Boys and
Girls Ranch is seeking a child and
adolescent staff psychiatrist to provide residential treatment services
for youth in our care in a beautiful
campus setting near Billings, MT.
Will be involved in evaluations, assessments, diagnosing of youth, being involved in master treatment
planning and prescribing and managing medications for youth. M.D.
or D.O. degree from an accredited
medical school required; Board certified in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry; unrestricted license to practice medicine and prescribe medications in the state of Montana; current
DEA registration for the prescription
of controlled substances. Will participate in a rotating on-call system.
Competitive Benefits package available. For more information, contact Human Resources at (406) 651-
2872; firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.ybgr.org for an
TENURE-TRACK ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, CHILD
PSYCHOLOGY: The Department of
Psychology at the Munroe Meyer Institute of the University of Nebraska
Medical Center invites applications
for a tenure-track, faculty position
in child psychology at the advanced
Assistant or Associate Professor rank
to work with a decidedly behavioral
group of colleagues. Mid-career candidates and individuals from diverse
backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The position involves a balance
of clinical research and teaching activities related to children and adolescents with behavioral, emotional,
and developmental disabilities. Specific areas of research are open. Candidates with a history of extramural
funding are preferred. Faculty members teach courses in a joint psychology master’s degree/BCBA certification program and in a doctoral program at the University of Nebraska
Medical Center. The department
is also part of the APA-accredited
Nebraska Internship Consortium.
All candidates should have a Ph.D.
and internship from an APA/CPA-accredited program in psychology
with specialty training in pediatric,
child or school psychology. Eligibility for licensure in Nebraska is highly preferred. Responsibilities will include: scholarly productivity, attracting extramural research funding,
teaching graduate classes, student
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