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EARN A POSTDOCTORAL MS IN CLINICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
Next Class Starts January 2019
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In 1998, Alliant's California School of Professional Psychology established the nation’s first Postdoctoral Master of Science in Clinical Psychopharmacology.
Over 500 psychologists in 40 states have graduated from or are currently enrolled in our program, which integrates medication and its management in the biopsychosocial treatment of mental disorders.
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PSYCHOLOGIST/THERAPIST - TREASURE VALLEY
Therapist/Counselor: Licensed Mental Health Professionals only. Caldwell Psychological Services is a very small mental health agency serving the East end of the Treasure Valley. I am a psychologist looking for a counselor to complement the service delivery of the agency. A prospective employee will provide diagnostic assessment and treatment of a variety of common mental health conditions. My expectation is to provide high quality, individual care to every client. The position includes a fully supportive administrative staff.
The perfect candidate will have experience working with a wide variety of people and be bilingual (Spanish/English).
Hours: Flexible. The therapist will share an office. Maximum direct contact hours will not exceed 25 hours per week.
Pay: Percentage based on work; with bonuses as you meet overhead minimum; no benefits.
Susan Wakeley or at 208.459.6962.
DIRECTOR OF COUNSELING SERVICES - CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
Central Washington University (CWU) is a top ranked public university serving 11,000 students enrolled in more than 160 undergraduate and master's degree programs. Founded in 1891, the Ellensburg campus is located in the heart of Washington State, east of the majestic Cascade Mountain Range. Set in a small town, CWU is a welcoming community committed to diversity and inclusion and recognized for its LGBTQ and veteran friendly policies, programs, and practices. Education is personal at CWU—classes are small, professors are passionate about teaching, and student life professionals are focused on providing resources and services designed to help all students navigate the college experience with confidence and success.
The Director of Counseling Services will be joining CWU at an exciting time as the University advances an elevated, integrated care model under a new structure to be led by an inaugural Associate Dean of Health and Wellness. The Director of Counseling Services manages, directs, and supervises the operations, staff, and related activities of the Department of Counseling Services. As an expert clinician and administrator, the Director is responsible for developing and implementing a strategic, fiscally responsible, and student-driven mission shaping individual and group counseling and educational outreach services, forming and supporting a high functioning team, ensuring the quality of counseling services, and overseeing the APA Training Program that is directly managed by the Training Director. As an engaged campus leader, the Director of Counseling Services will be the face of the department and an active campus collaborator and resource working closely with faculty and staff colleagues throughout the University—including colleagues in the Academic Colleges, Medical Services, Case Management, Office of the Dean of Student Success, Residential Life, Wellness, Recreation, Nutrition, and Disability Services—to educate, support and advocate for policies, services, and practices that support student development and build a culture of integrated wellness that is holistic, multi-dimensional, and self-directed. The Director will serve on the Student Consultation Team (SCT) and Behavior Intervention Team (BIT); cultivate strong working relationships with local health care practitioners and comprehensive mental health services; and represent Counseling Services at community and University meetings/events. Establishing and supporting “on call” responsibilities for response to student concerns and issues; providing limited short-term individual, couples, group, and crisis counseling services; promoting and supporting outreach and prevention services; providing direct clinical supervision and training as needed; integrating national best practices; managing the department’s budget and use of technology; generating quarterly and end-of-year reports; and actively promoting values that encourage diverse perspectives, creativity, and teamwork while advancing the strategic goals of the University and Division of Academic and Student Life are also responsibilities of the Director. The Director of Counseling Services will report to the Associate Dean for Health and Wellness, and will lead a dynamic, growing team of clinicians, doctoral interns, and graduate assistant/master’s degree interns.
Minimum qualifications include: PhD or PsyD in clinical or counseling psychology with active license or applicable combination of education and/or experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the essential functions of the position. Licensure in the State of Washington or ability to be licensed within 12 months. Five years of relevant clinical experience in an outpatient setting. A progressive career of increasing administrative and supervisory experience/responsibility, including demonstrated experience in a management or leadership role within a clinical setting and documented experience providing clinical supervision. Demonstrated commitment to honoring and promoting diversity. Evidence of excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Preferred qualifications include: experience working in an integrated care environment; experience developing collaborative working relationships with community mental health providers and other key community stakeholders; experience working in higher education. Two or more years of clinical experience in a college/university counseling center/clinic; demonstrated experience working with a diverse population of clients, and demonstrated ability to gather and analyze data from an electronic health record system are also preferred.
Review of applications will begin October 29, 2018, and continue until the position is filled. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the Spelman Johnson website at www.spelmanjohnson.com/open-positions. Nominations for this position may be emailed to Valerie B. Szymkowicz at email@example.com. Applicants needing reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process should contact Spelman Johnson at 413-529-2895.
Visit the Central Washington University website at www.cwu.edu.
CWU is an Affirmative Action, and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated again on the basis of disability.
Donna Beck or at 413.529.2895.
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Bill R. Arnold, PhD, ABPP, by text at 208.724.9001 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Key Responsibilities: Provide leadership and development of the RxP program; develop and coordinate the didactic and experiential curriculum, including establishing clinical training sites and providing preceptor development as needed; monitor and evaluate student academic progress; deliver instruction for selected clinical topics; coordinate coverage of other lecturers in the program; evaluate support staff; administer program budget.
-PhD in Clinical Psychology from an accredited program OR either an MD or DO degree with specialty in psychiatry from an accredited medical school and residency program OR a DNP trained as a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner.
-Licensed to practice in Idaho (out-of-state candidates must be eligible to obtain appropriate Idaho license within 6 months of hire date).
-Excellent oral and written communication skills in English.
-PhD in Clinical Psychology.
-MS in Clinical Psychopharmacology from an accredited program.
-Licensed in Idaho as a prescribing psychologist.
-Licensed in different state as a prescribing psychologist.
-Prior experience with an established RxP program.
-Prior experience teaching, supervising, and/or training students or residents in academic and/or clinical settings.
-Demonstrated success in working with culturally and linguistically diverse populations.
Priority consideration will be given to applications received by July 31, 2018. However, the position will remain open until filled. Salary will be commensurate with education and experience. Includes a competitive benefits package. Offers of employment may be conditional pending successful completion of a background investigation.
The Idaho Disability Determinations Services (DDS) performs the medical adjudication for Social Security Administration (SSA) disability claims for the citizens of the State of Idaho. The DDS is looking for psychiatrists, psychologists and PAs throughout Idaho to conduct consultative examinations of adults or children that will assist to determine whether the person is disabled. The examinations consist of mental status examinations along with possible testing.
WELCOME TO THE FOREFRONT OF MEDICINE.
When you become a clinical psychologist and officer on the U.S. Army Reserve Health Care Team, you'll have the opportunity to conduct research and directly work with patients. Your knowledge of psychological theories and methods will make a difference in the lives of our Soldiers and their families. By practicing in your community and serving when needed, you'll develop new skills that will enhance the work you do every day.
- Health Professionals Special Pay provides up to $20,000 per year, participants must choose 2, 3 or 4 years of affiliation
- Health Professionals Loan Repayment of up to $250,000 over seven years (maximum of $40K per year); may be applied toward
qualified dental school loans
- Paid continuing education and training
- Non-contributory retirement benefits at age 60 with 20 years of qualifying service
- Low-cost life and dental insurance
- Travel opportunities, including humanitarian missions
- Commissary and post exchange shopping privileges
- Flexible, portable retirement savings and investment plan similar to a 401(k)
- Privileges that come with being an officer in the U.S. Army
- Training to become a leader in your field
- Doctorate in clinical psychology or counseling psychology from an accredited program acceptable to the Surgeon General
- Completion of a one-year, APA-approved clinical psychology internship
- Current license to practice psychology
- Permanent U.S. residency
Numerous positions are available worldwide. To find out more, call (509)484-6471 or visit
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111 W. North River Drive, Ste. 202
Spokane, WA 99202
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