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CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST - WASHINGTON STATE
We are seeking a per-diem, part-time or full-time Clinical Psychologist (We want to be flexible and provide you with a model that works in your life). This position is responsible for providing counseling and psychotherapy, group facilitation, class instruction, treatment planning, Treatment Team consultation, records maintenance, and research. Three years experience with mental health counseling required and experience in Rehab Psychology is a plus! License: Current State of Washington License (or ability to become licensed prior to start date) PhD, PsyD. Please apply below or email us for a detailed job description.
Chelsea Guzman at 808.651.6717.
EASTERN IDAHO CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST
The Bingham Healthcare Medical Group is a multi-disciplinary specialty group in eastern Idaho with a growing mental health service line. We currently have 2 general psychologists, 1 neuropsychologist, 1 psychiatrist, and several licensed clinical social workers who work collaboratively in the assessment, treatment, and counseling of Bingham Healthcare patients. The psychologist maintains an outpatient therapy service in addition to providing behavioral and emotional evaluations used in the diagnosis and treatment of patients in bariatrics, pain medicine, and other medical specialties. At Bingham Healthcare, we place a premium on family-and work-life balance. Eastern Idaho offers an abundance of activities for the outdoors lifestyle, from world-class fly fishing, hiking, biking, skiing and camping. Make a difference in your patients’ lives and enjoy the many benefits of living and working where the rest of the world vacations—Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Tetons, Sun Valley, and Jackson Hole are waiting for you.
Mark Baker at 208.690.9243.
Saint Alphonsus seeks to hire a Full-Time (LCSW) Counselor for its Outpatient Behavioral Health office, with a Children's Specialty focus. Our Counselors provide individual, group, family and educational services; including assessment, counseling & aftercare. GENERAL SUMMARY: Provide evidence based brief individual, group, family & educational services including assessment & counseling. Participate as a member of a multi-D treatment team to help assure the most appropriate treatment. Document clinical & consultative activities in patient charts. Work to develop & promote the programs & objectives of the department. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Independently licensed (LCSW) to practice in Idaho. Min of 1 year of post-license experience in related mental health setting preferred. Experienced in crisis intervention & brief therapy techniques. Conduct initial evaluation of patients & communicate assessment information to physicians, APPs and nursing staff.
Michele Theiss at 571.422.0115.
PSYCHOLOGIST POSITION - OROFINO
The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, Division of Behavioral Health, is currently recruiting for a Psychologist to join the State Hospital North team in Orofino. This position will be part-time (32 hours per week) and have a flexible schedule. We offer incredible employee benefits, including: excellent low-cost medical, dental and vision insurance; generous vacation and sick leave accrual beginning as soon as you start; ten paid holidays a year; participation in one of the Nation's best state retirement systems; multiple savings plans; life insurance; wellness programs; ongoing training opportunities; competitive student loan repayment; and more! State Hospital North's innovative approach to treatment makes this a fantastic place to work! Psychotherapeutic services within the hospital are driven by Evidence-Based Treatments from a Trauma-informed perspective. Currently the hospital emphasizes but not limited to the following modalities: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for psychotic spectrum disorders, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for mood and behavior dysregulation, Attempted Suicide Short Intervention Program and a Co-occurring disorders treatment module. In addition, SHN organizes and sponsors the annual Northwest Conference on Complicated and Severe Psychiatric Presentations. EEO/AA/Veteran
Lisa Lockard at 208.332.7206.
BOISE STATE HEALTH CENTER
BSU Health Services is looking to hire a full time psychologist. This position is responsible for coordinating and providing a range of psychological assessments and reports, as well as direct and indirect professional counseling services, for Boise State University students, faculty, staff and dependents of these groups, within the scope of services offered by Counseling Services. Direct services include treatment for a full range of mental conditions, excluding diagnosis that are deemed severe and persistent and require a higher level of care than Counseling Services is equipped to provide. Treatment modalities include individual, muli-person, and group counseling, crisis intervention, AODA evaluations, and various psychological assessments. This position provides direct clinical supervision to member(s) of the fellow ship program who are recently graduated with their licensure or are currently in their masters/doctoral program working toward licensure in their respective field. Other indirect services include case management and involvement in outreach/preventative programs. This position collaborates with counseling/mental health providers, medical providers, the BroncoFit wellness team and other members of the community to ensure effective treatment. More information at: https://jobs.boisestate.edu/en-us/job/495497/student-counseling-psychologist
Matt Niece at 208.426.1459.
JOB OPENING FOR PSYCHOLOGIST SPECIALIZING
IN ANXIETY & OCD IN BOISE
Anxiety Solutions of Boise is looking to hire a new psychologist/therapist. We are a group private practice specializing in exposure therapy for anxiety disorders and OCD. We have offices in multiple cities and we are seeking a new therapist for our Boise office. We offer all the perks of private practice (good pay, flexibility in setting your schedule, lots of vacation time, generally a low-risk clientele to work with) but without any of the pain points of private practice. We are most interested in finding someone who already has specialized training and experience treating anxiety and OCD using exposure therapy, but we are open to applicants with less experience with this specialty. We also have a strong emphasis on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, so if you have experience with ACT, that is helpful as well.. Depending on level of prior experience with anxiety/OCD, exposure therapy, and ACT; there will be a training/case consultation component for the first 6 months to a year to train you up on doing this type of work. See here for full details: https://www.effectivetherapysolutions.com/boise-job-listing. Please contact our practice manager, Dr. Michael Stein, with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michael Stein at 303.940.7740.
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN CLINICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
AT IDAHO STATE UNIVERSITY
The MS in Clinical Psychopharmacology (MSCP) is a post-doctoral program designed to provide licensed psychologists with training in the use of medication as part of the treatment of psychological disorders. Prospective applicants should be licensed psychologists who have earned a doctoral degree in psychology from an accredited program and institution. Located at Idaho State University-Meridian Sam and Aline Skaggs Health Science Center, the two-year program combines traditional classroom coursework with supervised clinical experience during the summer semesters. A non-traditional, part-time route is also available for current practitioners. If a non-traditional route is desired, students should contact the program training director to determine an appropriate schedule to complete requirements, keeping in mind prerequisites and co-requisites.
GOALS AND OUTCOMES
Vision To enhance access to safe and evidence-based mental health services as the foremost training and research program in psychopharmacology.
Mission We train psychologists to deliver comprehensive services in interprofessional settings and through research, further the understanding of psychopharmacology.
Values Access Serving underserved and rural communities.
Collaborative Interdisciplinary education and practice.
Rigor Undiluted standards for academics, professional training, and ethical behavior.
Innovative Impact learning and research utilizing advanced technology and best practices in teaching.
Safety Prioritize patient well-being.
Relationships Forging partnerships promoting excellence in everything we do.
In the first year of the program, students will complete foundational courses in pharmacology and physical assessment. In the second year, students will complete integrated coursework in pharmacology and therapeutic treatment. Content in law, ethics, research, writing, and practice management will also be covered. Based on the requirements of Idaho state law and APA training recommendations, supervised clinical experiences will be required in both years of the curriculum.
Eric Silk at 208.373.1802.