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Clinical Sport Psychologist
Texas Optimal Performance & Psychological Services Texas Optimal Performance & Psychological Services (TOPPS) is looking to hire a Clinical Sport Psychologist to help grow our private practice in Austin, Texas. We are a small group practice with 4 psychologists on staff, who help clients with mental health, as well as performance-based needs. Currently, we are looking for a licensed doctoral level psychologist or a postdoc who is collecting clinical hours to get licensed as a psychologist. In addition to having clinical or counseling training at the doctoral level, the candidate must also have certification through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) or be in a position to be a Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC). Supervision for CMPC hours can be completed while working at TOPPS through one of our psychologists. Prefer individuals who are interested in a full-time position, but willing to consider part-time applicants. Although clients are currently being seen virtually, this position is for someone who currently lives in the Austin area or is willing to relocate in the next 6 months.
For those that have not tried out private practice before, this position offers lots of flexibility in work schedule. A full-time employee at our office would be considered anyone seeing 15 clients per week, so this is a great opportunity for someone looking to have more time with family and loved ones, or for someone who would like more work/life balance. Someone working 15 hours per week at our $90 rate would make about $75k per year before taxes. There is of course potential to work more than 15 hours per week. QUALIFICATIONS • Doctoral degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology (Psy.D., or Ph.D.) • Active psychological license (or License eligible within a year of hiring) in the State of Texas • Current certification as a Sports Psychologist preferred or specialized training in sport psychology and/or AASP certification • Experience in conducting psychotherapy with a diverse population of clients
Licensed Mental Health Therapist
Thrive for the People, PLLC Thrive for the People is hiring a licensed mental health therapist to join our thriving and vibrant group practice in Seattle, WA. See our website for the full job description and application procedures.
We are looking for a fully licensed clinician (PhD, PsyD, LICSW, LMFT, LMHC) with a specialty in treating trauma and/or working with couples. The clinician will maintain a caseload of at least 20 clinical hours a week. The ideal candidate is a clinician who loves providing depth-oriented, emotionally focused individual and couples therapy, who enjoys establishing strong relationships with colleagues, and who wants to focus on clinical work rather than the business-related tasks of running a practice. Thrive for the People’s leadership and admin team will take care of the business-related tasks while the clinician focuses their time and energy on the care of their clients.
Dual Diagnosis Therapist
Stanford University This new position has been developed to serve students who are currently or have historically struggled with substance use, abuse and/or dependence through engagement with the larger Stanford community and direct, recovery-oriented clinical services. The Dual Diagnosis Therapist will balance student needs with outreach, training, and collaborative consultation with campus partners.
Clinical Care Manager / Eating Disorder Specialist
Stanford University Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS), part of Vaden Health Center at Stanford University, invites applicants for the position of Eating Disorder Specialist and Clinical Care Manager. CAPS is a college mental health clinic with a multi-disciplinary team of professionals who are dedicated to the pursuit of clinical excellence, organizational diversity, and social justice. Vaden Health Center is within the Division of Student Affairs, which advances student development and learning, fosters community engagement, and empowers students and staff to thrive.
Instructor of Psychological Sciences
University of Portland The University of Portland seeks candidates as part of a cohort hire in the College of Arts and Sciences to advance our efforts in diversifying our curriculum, our faculty, and the experiences of our students. We are hiring at the assistant professor level in the disciplines of Political Science, Biology, Communication Studies, and Mathematics, and at the instructor level in Psychological Sciences, Biology, and Communication Studies. Faculty may have the opportunity to be involved with the emerging, transdisciplinary Ethnic Studies program. (see link for full description of the Instructor of Psychological Sciences position)
Staff Counselor/Coordinator of Services to FLI Students
Johns Hopkins University Counseling Center The Johns Hopkins University Counseling Center (CC) is seeking a Staff Counselor to develop and provide services for first-generation/limited-income (FLI) students. This person is expected to work collaboratively with other offices on campus to develop systems and programs that will be particularly, but not exclusively, supportive for first- generation/limited-income students. The approach will emphasize capitalizing on the students’ resilience and other skills and capacities that have brought them to JHU. As with all Counseling Center staff, this person will also operate as a generalist who provides a full range of clinical services including individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, outreach, consultation, supervision, and training. As one of the CC positions that includes a heavy emphasis on community outreach, collaboration and consultation, this counselor will devote approximately 25-40% of their time to direct clinical services (including initial clinical assessments, individual and group counseling, and crisis intervention). It is anticipated that the person in this position will provide some services at other locations around campus outside the CC.
Staff Counselor (temporary position)
Johns Hopkins University Counseling Center The Johns Hopkins University Counseling Center is seeking a temporary Staff Counselor (Psychologist, Social Worker or Master’s Level Counselor) to work full-time or part-time through the academic year. The duties of this position are focused on initial assessment, short-term oriented individual counseling, and daytime on-call coverage. At this time, the Counseling Center is providing both in-person and remote (via Zoom) services to students, with all of these services provided by staff who are on-location at the Counseling Center. This is a casual position, meaning the person in this role will be paid by the hour and will not be eligible for university benefits. Please Note: We are currently posting three versions of this one position (Mental Health Counselor, Clinical Social Worker and Psychologist).
VA Palo Alto Health Care System The Sierra Pacific Mental Illness Research, Education, and Clinical Center (MIRECC) at VA Palo Alto is now accepting applications from Psychologists for its two-year Post-Doctoral Advanced Fellowship Program in Mental Illness Research and Treatment. The mission of the Sierra Pacific MIRECC is to build an integrated system of clinical, research, and educational efforts designed to improve the clinical care for aging veterans with dementias and with PTSD. Dementia and PTSD share common clinical symptoms including cognitive difficulties, sleep disorders, and agitation and the Sierra Pacific MIRECC aims to evaluate current approaches and develop new treatments for these clinical problems. As such, the Sierra Pacific MIRECC Fellowship provides specialized training in two emphasis areas: Geropsychology and PTSD. This would be an excellent fit for individuals interested in Neuropsychology as well. DEADLINE for applications: 11/12/2021.
Core Faculty in the Integral Counseling Psychology Masters program
California Institute of Integral Studies Full Time Core Faculty positions. Please email me for specifics.
University of Maryland, Baltimore County The University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC)is seeking a Staff Psychologist to join our dynamic multidisciplinary Retriever Integrated Health (RIH) team, including counseling, medical, and health promotion. We have just moved into a beautiful new building and office. Psychologists at RIH are responsible for providing counseling services for students experiencing personal, social, and emotional difficulties that may impede functioning and academic progress.
Responsibilities for this position include initial assessments; short term individual counseling; group counseling; crisis intervention; outreach and developmental programs (including training for paraprofessional staff and student groups) and consultation to the UMBC community; and perform other duties as assigned. Psychologists provide training and supervision for our externship and APA-accredited internship program. This position will report to the Counseling Center Associate Director and work closely with staff from University Health Services, Career Services, Residential Life, Student Affairs staff, and faculty and staff from across the campus.
Assistant Director of Health & Counseling for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
University of Maryland, Baltimore County The Counseling Center at University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) provides services to support the emotional health and academic success of UMBC’s diverse and dynamic student body.
The Assistant Director of Health and Counseling for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion reports to the Director of the Counseling Center and University Health Services and serves in a key administrative role, overseeing Counseling, Health, and Health Promotion’s integrated approach to reaching and supporting historically underserved and currently oppressed students’ health and wellness.
In addition to providing clinical mental health services, the Assistant Director will help evaluate student needs and support faculty and staff members to promote students' success and wellbeing. They will coordinate training and professional development opportunities to improve these services and support diversity, equity, and inclusion within our team. They will also assist with budgeting, planning, implementing, and evaluating (Continuous Quality Improvement) equity-focused programs and services. This staff member will represent the Center to the University community. They are a member of the Center's leadership team and provide coverage for the Director when needed.
UMBC Counseling Center professional staff are responsible for providing counseling services for students experiencing personal, social, and emotional difficulties that may impede academic progress. The range of these services includes initial assessments, short term individual counseling, group counseling, crisis intervention, and referrals to campus resources and outside campus providers. Other responsibilities include mental health outreach and programs. Staff members may provide training and supervision for Center trainees in psychology and social work, and training for paraprofessional staff and student peer groups. They also provide consultation for the UMBC community and rotate on-call coverage.
Alliant International University Clinical Psychology, PsyD Program
Two Open Rank Tenure/Tenure Track Positions at Arizona State University
Arizona State University The Faculty of Counseling and Counseling Psychology (CCP) in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts (CISA) at Arizona State University (ASU) invites applications for two open-rank professor positions (i.e., tenure-track or tenured). Information about the position is attached or can be found athttp://apply.interfolio.com/94832. The initial application deadline is November 02, 2021.
CCP has a long history of commitment to diversity and actively seeks diverse faculty, staff, and students. Information about the programs and faculty can be found at https://cisa.asu.edu/graduate/ccp.
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Assistant professor of psychology
Neumann University Neumann University invites applications for an Assistant Professor of Psychology position to begin in August 2022. The successful candidate will be able to teach courses in neuropsychology/psychobiology, cognitive psychology, and learning. The candidate will also teach courses of interest that contribute to the student experience. An established program of research that lent itself well to undergraduate research experiences would be considered a plus as would experience conducting research without having a dedicated research space. To qualify for rank as an assistant professor, the successful candidate must hold a Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degree in neuropsychology/psychobiology. Candidates enrolled in a doctoral degree program with a confirmed graduation/defense date prior to August 2022 will be considered. The standard teaching load at Neumann University is twelve credits per academic semester. Neumann expects full-time faculty to engage in scholarship and research on an ongoing basis, to perform committee service and academic advising, and to engage in community service, broadly defined. Candidates should be aware that Neumann University does not have a system of tenure, but instead offers faculty a policy-governed system of promotion and increasingly extended contracts with faculty seniority. For consideration, applications must include: (1) a letter of interest that addresses the candidate’s experience teaching undergraduate courses as well as the candidate’s appreciation for, and congruence with, the Catholic Franciscan mission of the University; (2) a curriculum vitae; (3) copies of graduate and undergraduate transcripts (official copies will be required at the time of hire); and, if applicable, (4) teaching evaluations, a sample syllabus, and/or other evidence of demonstrated excellence in undergraduate instruction. Review of applications will begin on Monday, October 25, 2021, and continue until the position is filled
Tenure-Track Faculty Position, Clinical Psychology PsyD Program
Pacific University The School of Graduate Psychology (SGP) in the College of Health Professions at Pacific University Oregon is seeking applicants for a tenure-track position in the PsyD program beginning fall 2021 at the assistant faculty rank. We seek applicants with a PhD or PsyD in Clinical Psychology (or closely related field) with specialization in health psychology, adult psychology, or generalist psychology.
We are an academic community that is dedicated to cultural infusion and preparation of clinical psychology doctoral students to work as health service psychologists in a range of settings and roles. The successful candidates will teach, mentor and advise students, conduct and supervise research, and may supervise clinical service delivery in SGP's training clinic. Candidates must be licensed or license eligible in Oregon.
PsyD Program Director
Pacific University The School of Graduate Psychology (SGP) at Pacific University is seeking applicants for a tenure- track position at the Associate or Full Professor level as the Director for its APA-accredited PsyD Program, beginning January 1, 2022. The PsyD Program is an academic community that is dedicated to cultural infusion and preparation of clinical psychology doctoral students to work as health service psychologists in a range of settings and roles.
The successful candidate must have a PhD or PsyD in clinical or counseling psychology and must be licensed or license eligible in the state of Oregon. Duties include overseeing the day-to-day operations and directing accreditation activities related to the APA-accredited PsyD Program. The ideal candidate will have experience with all aspects of program administration (including but not limited to curriculum development, refinement, student recruitment and retention, addressing student concerns, and leading program orientations) and innovative ideas about how to sustain quality training, community and clinical service, and clinical research and scholarship. The successful candidates will also teach, mentor and advise students, conduct and supervise research, and may supervise clinical service delivery in SGP's training clinic.
Montefiore Medical Group
Montefiore Medical is seeking a full time pediatric psychologist for integrated care. We are a group of integrated behavioral health clinicians working closely with primary care providers, nurses, and other behavioral health providers.
Generalist Counselor Advocate
US Navy We are looking for a licensed counselor to join our diverse and talented team at NAS Whidbey Island. Feel free to contact me with additional questions after viewing the description and link below. email@example.com
This position is located within the Counseling and Advocacy Program at the Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC), Naval Air Station Whidbey Island.
The primary purpose of the position is to provide direct service in the form of counseling individuals, couples, families, and groups on matters pertaining to family dynamics, parent-child interaction, couples communication, stress reduction, adjustment to military lifestyles, Family Advocacy Program (FAP) case management, treatment services and psycho-educational training programs. Clinical counseling includes the psychosocial assessment of individuals, development of treatment plans, treatment delivery, and appropriate referral. Case management services include the identification, reporting, risk assessment, safety planning, psychosocial assessment, treatment planning, treatment, referral, and follow-up of child and spouse abuse allegations for active duty military members and their families. The position requires knowledge of intensive psychosocial services and a wide range of skills (casework, group work, individual and family therapy). Cases may involve multiple difficult and complex family problems including dual diagnoses, violence and impulsivity, and a variety of other mental health problems.