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Description (061917)
In primary care, 25-33% of patients suffer from illness not fully explained by diagnostic tests. In these patients, pain or other symptoms (often more than one) can affect almost any structure, organ system or body region. There is growing evidence from controlled trials that addressing psychosocial problems in this population leads to significantly improved outcomes. However, few healthcare professionals have had formal training about the link to stressful issues.

Presented by Dr. Clarke is President of the Psychophysiological Disorders Association. He is also Assistant Director at the Center for Ethics and Clinical Assistant Professor of Gastroenterology Emeritus both at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) in Portland, Oregon, USA. He is Associate Faculty at Arizona State University and at the Cummings Graduate Institute for Behavioral Health Studies. He is also a Clinical Advisor to the Stress Illness Recovery Practitioners Association (U.K.) and a Clinical Lecturer with Pacific University in Oregon.

Click here for details.  To register for this FREE workshop on June 19, go to:

Jennifer Yturriondobeitia at 208.899.9012


Description (072417)
Gale & Associates Center for Assessment and Psychotherapy
is seeking a full time or part-time licensed or license eligible psychologist and also a post-doctoral psychology resident to fill open positions for pediatric psychological and neuropsychological assessment.  The interested licensed or license-eligible candidate should have successfully completed internship and post-doctoral training in child psychological and neuropsychological assessment, and have experience working with children with complex trauma.

Each position includes comprehensive evaluations of children and youth, with developmental or acquired brain injury, exposure to complex trauma and attachment disruption, intrauterine drug/alcohol exposure, learning disabilities and ADHD and disorders on the autism spectrum.

These positions are offered across private practice settings in Sandy and Park City Utah.  Supervision toward licensure is offered to advanced license-eligible candidates. Hours are extremely flexible, as most work can be done from home. Compensation is competitive.  Please send your letter of intent and CV to Jennifer Gale Psy.D. or call with specific questions about the position. For more information about who we are and what we do see:

Jennifer Gale, Psy.D., at 435.645.9240


Description (062317)
Warm Springs Counseling Center, Part Time. The mission of the Children’s Home Society of Idaho and the Warm Springs Counseling Center is to continue our century-old legacy of caring for children by providing superior emotional and behavioral health programs and related services to children and families. Warm Springs Counseling Center is looking for a part time psychologist to provided psychological assessment to children and adolescents. Qualifying candidates must have completed their post-doctoral training and be licensed to practice in the state of Idaho. Only PhD’s and PsyD’s from accredited universities will be considered. Testing experience as well as familiarity with common psychological assessments used with children and adolescents is required. Applicants should submit a CV, contact info for three references, and two redacted evaluations to the contact email address.

Erin Chambers at 207.343.7797


Description (061617)       
Office space available in Boise's West Downtown area at 2717 W. Bannock St.  Available July 1, 2017. Great location, easily reached just moments off the connector. Off street parking for therapists and clients, single story with easy access for disabled clients. Lots of windows. Fully furnished waiting room and common areas, including a kitchenette.

For details, call David DeLawyer at 208.389.2166.


Description (061317)       
One quiet professional office about 10 x 12 available in Psychologist's business suite.  $310 per month. 6-month lease available. 1005 East Winding Creek Drive, Suite 155, Eagle, ID 83616. Text me for showing.

Bill Arnold
at 208.855.0660 or text 207.724.9001


Description (060817)       
An evaluator at Lee Pesky Learning Center helps to assess students who learn differently. The evaluator works with the Clinical Director to plan and carry out comprehensive psychoeducational evaluations. The evaluator is responsible for administering tests of information processing, academic skills, and self-regulation; scoring and helping to interpret the findings; writing reports; communicating with parents and school personnel; and maintaining computer skills necessary to complete Center tasks. Applicant must hold a master’s or doctoral degree in psychology or a related field and have training and experience in administering psychological tests. Applicants must have an understanding of learning disabilities, excellent oral/written communication skills, strong interpersonal skills, and basic computer skills. Compensation commensurate with degree, experience, and skills. Work hours: Actual work schedule (under 20 hours per week) may fluctuate depending on client load and the evaluator’s availability. To apply, contact Lee Pesky Learning Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, national origin, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic projected by state, federal, or local law.

Mary Goff, Director of Operations at 208.333.0008 ext 109

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