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ETHICS, PITFALLS & CASE LAW
June 13 (8:20 - 12:00pm)

Description (061320)
Palouse Continuing Education Consortium is hosting a 3-hour CE workshop. We are very lucky to have both Dr. Kevin Kracke and Attorney David Kracke J.D. to provide this presentation. Please check out the course description and presenter bios and purchase your tickets -  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/103870112302  PCEC is dedicated to create this hybrid format workshop. Most of you can choose to participate this training online via Zoom or onsite. (Note: for WA mental health counselors, this event is only approved as an onsite workshop). Best Western Plus University Inn will provide a conference room that will meet the requirement for physical distancing and other safety measures.

Contact
Chia-Chi (Alicia) Hu at 208-310-9032


IDAHO PSYCHOLOGY INTERNSHIP CONSORTIUM CALL FOR APPLICANTS

Description (052120) 
The Idaho Psychology Internship Consortium (ID-PIC) pre-doctoral internship in clinical psychology has openings for qualified applicants for the 2020-2021 internship year. ID-PIC is comprised of five agencies organized for the purpose of providing a broad and culturally-relevant training program to support the preparation and retention of doctoral-level psychologists in Idaho. These member agencies are: Boise State University Counseling Services in Boise, ID (APPIC code: 208012), Idaho State University Family Medicine Residency in Pocatello, ID (APPIC code: 208014), State Hospital South in Blackfoot, ID (APPIC code: 208014), Pearl Health Clinic in Idaho Falls, ID (APPIC code: 208015), and Family Medicine Residency of Idaho in Boise, ID (APPIC code: 208013). Each site offers an internship stipend plus generous benefits. More details can be found at the ID-PIC website at idaho-pic.org or by emailing Program Director Susan Martin, Psy.D. (susan.martin@FMRIdaho.org).

Applicants must submit their application using the online AAPI (APPIC Application for Psychology Internships). Applicants can submit applications to one or all of the consortium sites. ID-PIC is an APPIC member and is currently on the APPIC directory. The deadline for applications is February 27, 2020. Interviews will be held between March 3-12 via videoconference.

Contact
Please contact Program Director Susan Martin, Psy.D. (
susan.martin@FMRIdaho.org) or Program Consultant Bethany Rigles, PhD (brigles@wiche.edu) with any questions.

WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
SEEKING A LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST

Description (050520)
The Department of Corrections is seeking a highly motivated and qualified clinical supervisor for the position of Psychologist 4 at several of our prisons throughout Washington State. The Psychologist 4 directly supervises a group of dynamic mental health professionals in providing ethical and humane services to incarcerated individuals. You will ensure those services are rooted in current, evidence based practices provided by qualified professionals based on individualized treatment plans. Excellent benefits package. These positions qualify for loan repayment programs. Pay range $91K - $120K/yr. Requires Ph.D, WA license as a Psychologist, 3 yrs post-doctoral exp w/ 1 year supervisory exp. 

Contact
More info: www.doc.wa.gov/jobs or e-mail wendy.vandel@doc.wa.gov.


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