fers intensive training in clinical research (75% time) and practice (25% time) in two primary
areas of emphasis: aging/dementia and traumatic stress disorders
(PTSD). Applicants with research
interest and experience in either
emphasis area (aging/dementia or
traumatic stress disorders) are encouraged to apply. Fellows are offered intensive mentoring to help
them develop advanced expertise
in clinical research methodologies and content areas most pertinent to the mental health needs
of today’s veterans.
Applications are due January 5, 2015.
Contact: Kaci Fairchild, Ph.D.
(650) 493-5000, ext. 63432) for
program information and applica-
PSYCHOLOGY POSTDOCTORAL RESIDENT: Kaiser Permanente Central Bay Consortium is an
APA-accredited postdoctoral residency program in clinical psychology that offers six positions in Northern California. Application due by
January 2, 2015. For program information, go to: http://info.kaiser
TORAL RESIDENT: Kaiser Per-
manente East Bay Consortium of-
fers 10 postdoctoral residencies in
clinical psychology in Northern
California. Applications due by
January 2, 2015. For program
information, go to: http://info.kaiser
PSYCHOLOGY POSTDOCTORAL RESIDENT: Kaiser Permanente South Bay Consortium
is an APA-accredited postdoctoral
residency program in clinical psychology that offers nine positions
in Northern California.
Application due by January 2, 2015. For
program information, go to http://
PSYCHOLOGY POSTDOCTORAL RESIDEN T: Kaiser Permanente
West Bay Consortium is an APA-accredited postdoctoral residency program in clinical psychology
that offers seven positions in Northern California. Application due by
January 2, 2015. For program information, go to http://info.kaiser
POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS IN ADULT CLINICAL
PSYCHOLOGY: Stanford University Department of Psychiatry and
Behavioral Sciences anticipates seven openings for postdoctoral fellows
in its APA-accredited adult clinical
psychology Fellowship for the 2015–
2016 academic year. Clinic-funded
fellowships are designed for those
seeking careers in clinical practice
settings. Stanford offers postdoctoral training in one of the following
three emphasis areas: General adult
psychology, psychosocial treatment
clinic, pain management, and insomnia and behavioral sleep medicine. Five openings are projected in
the Psychosocial Treatment Clinic, which provides training in evidence-based treatment for adults
with a wide range of mood, anxiety,
eating and Axis II disorders. Within
this track, opportunities are available
for minor concentrations in: treatment of anxiety and depression; dialectical behavior therapy for Axis II
disorders; treatment of eating disorders; psychosocial treatment for patients with bipolar disorder; family
and couples treatment; and psychosocial treatment of high performance
athletes. One opening is projected in
the Insomnia and Behavioral Sleep
Medicine Program, which specializes in non-pharmacologic treatments of insomnia and other sleep
disorders. One opening is projected
in The Stanford Pain Management
Division, which specializes in pain
psychology. Stipends are $50,000
plus benefits. Start date is September
1, 2015. Requirements: 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://psychiatry.
stanford.edu/education/post-doc-fellow/. Applications due on December 5, 2014. Minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. The fellowship is accredited by
the Commission on Accreditation of
the American Psychological Association, 750 First Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002, (202) 336-5979,
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF
The University of Northern Colorado invites applications for an assistant professor position in our APA-accredited Ph.D. program to begin
August 17, 2015. Applicants should
have experience working with culturally diverse populations as well
as teaching/supervision experience
in one or more of the following:
multicultural counseling, psychological assessment, health psychology, or clinical practicum. Individuals from underrepresented groups
are strongly encouraged to apply.
Application review began November 1, 2014, continuing until
the position filled. A detailed position description and application is at
http://careers.unco.edu. UNC is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
EXCELLENT PRIVATE PRACTICE OPPORTUNITY IN FORT
NeuroDevelop-ment Center of Colorado provides
developmental evaluations and CBT.
This growing practice seeks a psychologist with strong clinical and
writing skills. NCC emphasizes clinical excellence and quality of life.
Salaried position with paid vacation,
retirement, health plan and more.
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI ASSISTANT TO FULL PROFESSOR: University of Miami, Division of Health Psychology seeks a
tenure-track assistant, associate or
full professor, whose research interests complement or expand upon
current faculty interests in biobehavioral and sociocultural aspects
of cancer, cardiovascular disease,
HIV/AIDS, obesity, metabolic syndrome and Type 2 diabetes. Ph.D.
in Psychology required. Department has an APA-accredited clinical
training program and the Psychological Services Center, a training
clinic, is housed in the department
and serves as the base for several
of the department’s research-based
specialty clinics. Interest in minority health disparities research would
be viewed favorably. Division has
an NIH pre- and postdoctoral training grant in behavioral medicine approaches to cardiovascular disease
Professor and Chair
Department of Clinical and Health Psychology
The College of Public Health and Health Professions at the University
of Florida invites applications for the position of Professor and Chair of
the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology. Qualifications for the
position include a doctoral degree in psychology and a strong record
of academic accomplishments, scholarly recognition, and external
research support. Candidates are also expected to be licensed/licensable
as psychologists in the State of Florida. Key responsibilities of the Chair
will be to strengthen the department’s highly ranked APA-accredited
PhD program and to expand its considerable portfolio of extramurally
funded research. The Chair will also provide leadership and oversight of
departmental functions, including faculty development, clinical services,
finances, human resources, and governance structures.
The College is part of the dynamic UF Health Science Center, which
also includes the Colleges of Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Pharmacy,
and Veterinary Medicine. UF is a leader in interdisciplinary research,
and the Chair will have the opportunity to develop collaborations with
major Institutes and Centers that provide state-of-the art environments to address critical health-related issues. While the excellence
of the candidate’s research in any relevant area will be of primary
importance, outstanding opportunities exist for collaborative research
programs in areas that have been identified as part of the UF Rising
campaign to national preeminence including: health promotion and
disease prevention, neuromedicine/neurorehabilitation, drug discovery and development, neuroscience and the brain, early childhood
interventions, and cognitive aging ( http://rising.ufl.edu/facultyFunding/
To learn more about this position, please visit http://hr.phhp.ufl.edu/
Salary is negotiable. Application review will continue until a suitable
applicant pool has been established. Interested applicants should
send a letter of interest, referencing PS#00011295, Curriculum Vitae,
and three letters of recommendation to Dr. Linda Cottler, Chair of the
Clinical and Health Psychology Chair Search Committee, c/o Ms. Lorie
Martin, P.O. Box 100185, Gainesville, FL 32610 (Phone 352-273-6198;
Fax 352-273-6535; Email: email@example.com).
The University of Florida is an Equal Opportunity institution dedicated
to building a broadly diverse and inclusive faculty and staff. If an accommodation due to a disability is needed to apply for this position, please
call 352-392-2477 or the Florida Relay System at 800-955-8771 (TDD).
Searches are conducted in accordance with Florida’s Sunshine Law.