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Research Postdoctoral Fellow
Baylor Scott & White Research Institute • Hone skills to design and implement a research strategy • Deliver evidence-based psychotherapy • Collaborate with national experts and outstanding scientists in the field • Attend and present at national conferences • Author and co-author peer-reviewed publications • Perform various laboratory functions, basic research, laboratory maintenance, and administrative duties • Contribute to ongoing study projects • Candidate should have a doctorate in psychology, be qualified to deliver psychotherapy, have applicable knowledge of basic to advanced laboratory procedures, have an understanding of academic and safety practices, be skilled in the use of computer software related to clinical and research needs, and have excellent writing skills.
Clinical Research Assistant I
Baylor Scott & White Research Institute The Clinical Research Assistant assists the research team in the implementation and conduct of mental health research per federal, state and institutional guidelines by performing tasks delegated by research team members including investigators, managers and coordinators. Responsibilities during all phases of studies from prestudy implementation through study closure are included in the scope of this position. Bachelor’s degree required. The ideal Clinical Research Assistant candidate will have prior clinical research or mental health related experience.
Recruiting Students for Non-Clinical PhD program in Psychology at UTSA
The University of Texas at San Antonio Colleagues,
I would appreciate your sharing the below information about our non-clinical PhD program in psychology with any students or student groups you think might be interested.
We are actively recruiting students for the Fall 2021 class of the Psychology PhD program at the University of Texas at San Antonio. The program was developed along the lines of NIH's basic social science research initiative and has a strong research and design focus. Potential students are urged to explore the research interests of our faculty which include:
- Studies of complex social issues such as domestic violence, substance use, family dynamics, child abuse, health disparities and LGBTQ and minority issues.
-Research designed to better measure and understand psychological processes ranging from anger to stress and belonging, to memory and learning and cognitive development.
-The exploration of health-related topics including PTSD, TBI, Neurological Disorders, Sleep and Military Health.
Students admitted to the program must have already completed a Masters’ Degree in a research focused field but can then complete this program in 3 years. A variety of funding sources are available to students. During the Covid-19 pandemic GRE scores are recommended, but not required for admissions consideration. Interested candidates who have not yet done graduate work are urged to consider our MS program as a first step.
The official description of the PhD. program, details on the curriculum, application process and information about the department / faculty and doctoral research can be found at: https://graduateschool.utsa.edu/programs/psychology-ph.d/index.html
For questions about the doctoral program, please contact the program coordinator, Dr. Mary McNaughton-Cassill at email@example.com.
Information on the MS program can be found at https://graduateschool.utsa.edu/programs/psychology-m.s/index.html
Steven A Cohen Military Family Clinic at Easterseals Seeking full-time LGSW/LPC/LMFT for military family clinic.
Responsibilities: Clinical Care Provide direct mental-health services to veterans and their families. Perform and document client screenings, psychosocial assessments, and progress and referral information Conduct clinical intake assessments on veterans and family members Provide individual, couples, and family to patients, with a focus on delivering Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and other evidenced-based interventions. Administration, Management, and Operations Provide treatment in compliance with state and federal guidelines as well as Center policies, protocols and procedures. Work as part of a multidisciplinary team to provide the best care to patients Manage caseload of veteran and family members and complete accurate and timely documentation in the electronic health record (within 48 hrs of appt) Attend weekly MFC clinical, supervision, and administrative meetings
Clinical Research Associate II (https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/2218690972/?refId=337020691603383773257&trackingId=jtDqzIsFx9P7Ykuhgf4zpQ%3D%3D)
Cognivue *Please see qualifications and apply via LinkedIn*
As a Clinical Research Associate II at Cognivue, you will enjoy a variety of clinical research opportunities with clinical site identifications, clinical study material developments and executions, study initiation, monitoring and close out tasks, work on clinical studies in different therapeutic indications related to mental/cognitive health, maintaining the highest quality standards in the industry.
You will: Prepare and develop study protocols, case report forms, informed consents, investigator brochures, IRB application packages; select and qualify the investigational sites. Conduct and report all types of onsite monitoring visits. Be involved in study set up and initiation Perform CRF review, source document verification and query resolution Be responsible for site communication and management Be a point of contact for in-house support services and vendors Supervise study activities, project timelines and schedules on a country level Participate in quality control and compliance monitoring Communicate with internal project teams regarding study progress Support regulatory and medical teams in preparing documents for study submissions Study report preparation
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LCSW-C / Social Work Clinical Supervisor
Steven A Cohen Military Family Clinic at Easterseals Easterseals DC MD VA and the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic for the National Capital Area is looking for a LCSW-C Mental Health Clinician to provide direct counseling services + evidence-based care for clients of the clinic. The position requires a Master’s in Social work or Family Therapy, licensed in Maryland with potential to license in DC, VA or WV, plus training and experience in counseling trauma and PTSD with individual, couples, and family CBT therapy.
Responsibilities: Clinical Care Provide direct mental-health services to veterans and their families. Supervise LGSW clinicians and social work students as needed (determined by caseload) Perform and document client screenings, psychosocial assessments, and progress and referral information Conduct clinical intake assessments on veterans and family members Provide individual, couples, and family to patients, with a focus on delivering Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and other evidenced-based interventions. Administration, Management, and Operations Provide treatment in compliance with state and federal guidelines as well as Center policies, protocols and procedures. Work as part of a multidisciplinary team to provide the best care to patients Work in close collaboration with the Clinic Director and other members of the Clinic’s leadership Assist in the implementation and monitoring of clinical processes, protocols and procedures; assist in the establishment, maintenance, and continuous improvement of processes for outcomes measurement and reporting Manage caseload of veteran and family members and complete accurate and timely documentation in the electronic health record (within 48 hrs of appt) Attend weekly MFC clinical, supervision, and administrative meetings