tional interests and skills to expand
our behavioral medicine services to
patients from medical specialties
such as cardiology, oncology, gastroenterology, etc. Expert psychotherapy supervision for psychiatry
and psychology trainees is an additional expectation. A strong research
background and the ability to develop a programmatic line of research
is a plus. Stimulating opportunities
for research collaboration and mentorship exist within other parts of
the Dartmouth system, including
the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research
Center, the Center for Technology
and Behavioral Health, and Dartmouth’s Clinical and Translational
Science Award Program (Synergy).
Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth is located in Hanover, New
Hampshire, in the Upper Connecticut River Valley on the New Hampshire and Vermont Border. The Upper Valley is a vibrant academic and
professional community offering
excellent schools, lively arts, and an
unmatched quality of life in a beautiful, rural setting. Amenities include close proximity to urban centers in Boston, MA, Burlington, VT,
and Montreal. Candidates should be
license-eligible in New Hampshire.
Academic rank and salary will be
consistent with experience. A letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and
three letters of reference should
be addressed and sent to Mark T.
Hegel, PhD, Director of Psychologi-
cal Services and chair of this search
Hitchcock Clinic/Geisel School of
Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/
Affirmative Action Employer with a
strong commitment to diversity. In
that spirit, we are particularly inter-
ested in receiving applications from
a broad spectrum of people, includ-
ing women, persons of color, per-
sons with disabilities, veterans or
any other legally protected group.
ADULT AND PEDIATRIC POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS IN
CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY—THE GEISEL SCHOOL
OF MEDICINE AT DARTMOUTH: The Neuropsychology
Program at the Geisel School of
Medicine at Dartmouth anticipates
two openings for a two-year adult
fellowship and two openings for a
two-year pediatric fellowship, consistent with APA Div. 40 and Houston Conference guidelines. Our program goal is to provide advanced
professional and research training
in an academic environment. Rotations include Dartmouth-Hitchcock
Medical Center in Lebanon, and
NH Hospital in Concord (state neuropsychiatric facility) or Hanover
Psychiatry (a psychiatric and psychological practice of the Department of Psychiatry at Dartmouth).
Research opportunities include de-
mentia (MCI, AD), TBI, sports-re-
lated concussion, MS, schizophre-
nia, substance abuse, ADHD, and
epilepsy. Programmatic emphases
include integration of fMRI, mor-
phometric and DTI methodology,
memory and executive functions,
and genetics. Facilities include the
Advanced Imaging Center 3T mag-
net and the Brain Imaging Labora-
tory (see http://synapse.hitchcock.
org for specific program details).
Responsibilities include clinical as-
sessment and consultation, partici-
pation in sodium amobarbitol test-
ing, and ongoing research. Require-
ments include prior neuroscience
course work, internship training in
neuropsychology, and completion
of all doctoral requirements. Quali-
fied candidates should send (dead-
line January 1, 2016) a complet-
ed application form (available on
website above), letter outlining ca-
reer goals and interests, curriculum
vitae, three recommendation let-
ters, three sample reports and rel-
evant reprints to: Laura A. Flash-
man, PhD, ABPP, Director, Neuro-
psychology Program, Department
of Psychiatry/DHMC, One Medical
Center Drive, Lebanon, NH 03756.
Interviews may be held at INS or
scheduled in person or by phone.
The Geisel School of Medicine is an
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Ac-
tion Employer with a strong com-
mitment to diversity. In that spir-
it, we are particularly interested in
receiving applications from a broad
spectrum of people, including wom-
en, persons of color, persons with
disabilities, veterans or any other le-
gally protected group.
you looking for rewarding and fulfilling employment? Vericare is a
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spectrum of therapies including individual psychotherapy, short-term
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Experience with medical/inpatient
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The Department of Psychology at
Columbia University invites appli-
cations (for a tenure-track position)
in the Department of Psychology at
the assistant professor level to be-
gin July 1, 2016. We seek applica-
tions from individuals with special-
izations in Cognitive Neuroscience
that complement current areas of
expertise within the Department.
Examples of research areas of spe-
cial interest include decision-mak-
ing, memory, learning, attention
and high-level cognition. Success-
ful candidates will have a demon-
strated record of research produc-
tivity and teaching commensurate
to the level of the faculty position.
Individuals with multi-method ex-
pertise, ranging from behavioral
methods to fMRI, lesion/patient
studies, psychophysiology, genet-
ics, etc. are of particular interest.
Review of applications begins
October 15, 2015, and will con-
tinue until the position is filled.
Using our online application site
applicants should submit their cur-
riculum vitae, statements of re-
search and teaching interests, cop-
ies of relevant papers, and arrange
for three letters of reference. Note
that all applications must be sub-
mitted through the online applica-
tion site, where you can also find
further information about this po-
=61359. Columbia University is
an Equal Opportunity/Affirma-
tive Action Employer. For more
information about the Psychol-
ogy Department visit: http://www.
New Beginnings is a growing psychological practice. We are opening a new office in the Port Jefferson, NY, area and are looking for
doctoral level psychologists to start
as fee-for-service practitioners. We
counsel children up to our respected
elders. There is individual, couple,
and family work available. If interested, either call (631) 784-7761 or
fax your resume to (631) 784-7831.
PHD/PSYD, NYS OR CT LICENSE REQUIRED: Want to
complement your private practice
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as a psychologist? Work part-time
with older adults in metro NYC area
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Long Island, Westchester, Dutchess
County and Connecticut). Quality-focused treatment, collegial atmosphere, rewarding population, flexible schedule, supportive supervision
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PSYCHIATRIC EPIDEMIOLOGY PROGRAM: Columbia University Psychiatric Epidemiology
Training Program announces openings for pre- and postdoctoral fellows beginning September 2016.
The program provides social scientists, epidemiologists, psychologists, and psychiatrists with research skills in psychiatric epidemiology. Training involves course
work in substantive issues and research methods and participation in
an affiliated research unit. Postdoc-
FACULTY POSITION IN COGNITION
AND PERCEPTION (DEVELOPMENT)
Department of Psychology
ARTS AND SCIENCE
The Department of Psychology in Arts and Science at New
York University invites applications for an open-rank, tenured
or tenure-track position in Development. The appointment is
expected to begin September 1, 2016, pending budgetary and
We seek applicants with outstanding records of programmatic
research in developmental psychology. Teaching duties will
include undergraduate and graduate courses as well as Ph.D.
research supervision. It is required that candidates for the junior
level position will have completed all requirements for the Ph.D.
by the start date of the appointment.
To apply, see the “Job Openings” link on the NYU Department
of Psychology web site, http://www.psych.nyu.edu/. Review
of applications will begin on October 15, 2015, and continue
until the position is filled. The application should include a CV,
statements of research and teaching interests, representative
publications, and at least three references.