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tation of patient care in compliance
with departmental and institution-
al requirements and work as a col-
laborative treatment team member
with the child psychiatrists and the
social workers. The candidate will
participate in educational program
of the department for residents and
medical students. Minimum educa-
tion and work experience: Candi-
date must be a licensed clinical psy-
chologist with a PhD or PsyD degree
and must have five or more years of
postgraduate experience as well as
completion of an APA-accredited
internship. Qualifications: Compe-
tence in Cognitive-Behavioral Ther-
apy as well as other therapeutic ap-
proaches is required. Interested ap-
plicants should e-mail cover letter
and curriculum vitae to Michelle
Pencyla, Physician Recruitment Of-
fice, at firstname.lastname@example.org as well
as apply online at: www.careers.
luc.edu. Loyola is an Equal Oppor-
tunity/Affirmative Action Employ-
er/Educator with a strong commit-
ment to diversifying its faculty. Visit
online at www.LoyolaMedicine.org.
LICENSED CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST: Growing North-brook practice seeks part- or full-time psychologist with strong clinical skills to work with children,
adolescents, adults, couples and
families. Excellent opportunity for
experienced or early career candi-dates.Se nd resume to email@example.com.
PSYCHOLOGIST POSITION IN
A GROUP PRACTICE: The Ger-sten Center for Behavioral Health
is an outpatient psychology group
practice with four locations in Chicago, Evanston, Skokie, and Melrose Park. We are hiring candidates
with a broad range of experience for
a full-time licensed psychologist position as well as part-time afternoon
and evening psychologist positions
to work with patients of all ages and
clinical needs. Send your curriculum vitae to Dr. Deborah Liebling:
visit us at www.gerstencenter.com.
Seeking a postdoctoral fellow at Intensive Outpatient facility for adolescents and young adults with mental
health and substance use disorders.
For more information contact Allison Mauro at allison.mauro@gmail.
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 Indiana. Experience
with medical/inpatient settings and
multi-disciplinary teams preferred.
For more information, apply on-line at www.vericare.com or contact
Steve Harrington at (800) 257-8715
x1146. Vericare is offering a $500
“Thank You” referral bonus for any
colleagues you refer that get hired.
Feel free to call us for details.
LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST: Mid-
west Behavioral Health, LLC is
seeking a licensed psychologist to
join our busy private practice. Ex-
perience in conducting assessments
and comfortable treating all ages.
Flexible hours and compensation
based upon percentage of collec-
tions. Send curriculum vitae to Dr.
Vicki Lane, 7300 E. Indiana St.,
Suite 103, Evansville, IN 47715 or
e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit
for more information.
Tenure-track assistant professor position in our APA-accredited, com-munity-oriented, clinical PhD program, beginning as soon as August,
2015. Applicants must have a Psychology PhD from an APA-accredited clinical program, have completed an APA- or APPIC-accredited internship, and have credentials to be
licensed in Kansas. We are seeking
a productive clinical researcher who
is able to attract external funding, is
collegial, and committed to clinical practice and teaching. Salary is
competitive, negotiable, and commensurate with qualifications.
Application review is ongoing and
will continue until the position is
filled. Employment offers are contingent upon satisfactory criminal background check required
by the Board of Regents. Apply at
https://jobs.wichita.edu. Three letters of recommendation should
be e-mailed to Dr. Alex Chaparro
( email@example.com). WSU
is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to excellence through diversity.
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST POSITION: The Massachusetts General
Hospital Department of Psychiatry
seeks an entry-level child psychologist for a full-time position in the
Child Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
program, to begin in winter 2015–
2016 (specific start date contingent
upon hospital credentialing and insurance empanelment). Our program serves children, adolescents,
and young adults (ages 3–24 years)
with a range of emotional, behavioral, and developmental difficulties,
with a focus on youth with anxiety
and mood disorders. Although this
is a clinical position, our program
also offers opportunities for research and training/dissemination.
The position includes a junior faculty appointment at Harvard Medical School. Applicants should have
a PhD in clinical psychology from
an APA-accredited program; must
have completed a child-focused predoctoral internship; and should have
expertise evaluating and treating
children and adolescents with CBT.
Applicants should be licensed (or
license eligible) in Massachusetts.
E-mail a cover letter, curriculum vitae, names and contacts for
three references to Dina Hirsh-feld-Becker, PhD, at dhirshfeld@
partners.org. The Massachusetts
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MSU is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer.
MSU is committed to achieving excellence through cultural
diversity. The University actively encourages applications
and/or nominations of women, persons of color, veterans and
persons with disabilities.
COLLEGE OF HUMAN MEDICINE DEPARTMENT OF
PEDIATRICS AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
The Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
Department of Pediatrics and Human Development seeks a Clinical
Psychologist to augment our clinical staff. We are a pediatric
primary care and multi-specialty department dedicated to providing
excellent patient care and medical education. This position is based
in our East Lansing campus, where we have multiple inpatient and
outpatient clinical practice sites. The faculty engages in a wide
range of both clinical and basic research with the focus of improving
the lives of the children we serve.
The ideal candidate will have a minimum one year post-doctoral,
supervised experience, licensed or license-eligible in Michigan, with
three or more years of experience working with children with ASD
and related disorders. Academic rank will be determined based
upon qualifications and experience.
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with the
existing members of the Department of Pediatrics and Human
Development including the team’s Developmental-Behavioral/
Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Pediatrician currently being
recruited and to help grow and build the expanding program in
pediatric autism and related neurodevelopmental disorders. The
Department of Pediatrics and Human Development is committed to
expanding Developmental Pediatrics and in enhancing the
program. Major responsibilities include patient care: conducting
multi-disciplinary assessment, interventions, including individual
treatment (experience with behavioral interventions and/or ABA
desirable) and social skills groups, consultation to families, and
teaching of residents, medical students and potentially fellows with
opportunities in research possible.
Duties will be devoted to a combination of clinical activities including
multi-disciplinary assessments, interventions and development of
clinical programs. Requirements of this position also include
scholarly work; teaching and supervision of students in clinical
settings, as well as special assignments made by the Chair of the
College of Human Medicine’s Department of Pediatrics and Human
Development are also expectations of this position.
Background and Skills
• Doctoral degree in clinical psychology
• Minimum one year post-doctoral level supervised experience
• Licensed or license-eligible in Michigan
• Experience conducting clinical evaluations with autism and
related neurodevelopmental disorders
• Training and experience with ADI-R and/or ADOS
• Developmental and psychological assessment and evaluations
• Experience working with families in clinical or research settings
• Interest in working in a clinical research environment
Applications may be submitted online at jobs.msu.edu, posting