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Description (070121)
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.


Description (063021)
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.


Description (063021)
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 drstein@anxietysolutionsofdenver.com.

Michael Stein at 303.940.7740.


Description (063021)
MS in Clinical Psychopharmacology 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 CURRICULUM 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.


Description (063021) 
I am considering moving from my Eagle Rd. location to Boise. I hope to find a space in a quiet, professional environment. I am not seeking to join a group practice, but would welcome connection to colleagues in adjacent offices. 

Kate Michaud at 208.985.3340.


Description (052221) 
Community Health Center in Eastern Idaho is seeking an additional provider to join our staff. Amazing benefits, competitive pay, great atmosphere. Seeking Psychologist, LCSW, LMSW, LCPC, LMFT or LPC.

Larry Bradley at 208.624.4100.


Description (052221)
Fielding Graduate University delivers a personalized graduate education that fosters individual development, community collaboration, and societal engagement. Our vision is for our graduates to excel in scholarship and practice that create a more humane, just, and sustainable world. Fielding Graduate University is proud to be the only APA accredited PhD program in the United States with a distributed learning model.

QUALIFICATIONS:  We seek scholar-practitioners who are at least 3 years post PhD in psychology who have taught at the graduate level, supervised doctoral dissertations, are licensed (or license eligible) to practice psychology, and who have an active research program with a record of research/scholarly publications. Faculty members supervise doctoral dissertations, teach course seminars that mix virtual and face to face interactions, and offer in person seminars at two or three 7-10 day long residential events per year.  Faculty members also conduct monthly, local, in person meetings with students and serve as their advisor. Candidates who wish to be considered for this faculty position must live in or near or be able to easily travel from the Western U.S. to the greater Seattle area for these meetings. Preference will be given to candidates who can teach psychological assessment, psychometric theory and/or the following core psychology courses: cognitive/affective bases, biological bases, and/or developmental psychology. We are particularly interested in applicants with successful experience in teaching, research, and/or clinical work with individuals from marginalized groups. Faculty members are expected to maintain an active program of research and scholarship as well as participate in program and university committees. Applicants who can contribute to diversity, inclusion and equal opportunity in higher education through their teaching, research, and mentorship are strongly encouraged to apply. 

All applicants are required to apply online here.

Human Resources at 805.898.4026.


Description (052221)
Looking for a FT Psychologist for our Idaho facility; Pocatello Women's Correctional Center. Must have clear/active Idaho Professional License to practice. Send resume to christine.haskell@corizionhealth.com.

Christine Haskell at 615.376.1309.


Description (041521)

The Psychology Center of Idaho Falls (PCIF) is looking for a highly qualified Mental Health Counselor/Therapist, Psychologist, or Neuropsychologist to join our growing practice. PCIF is currently a small Clinic (3 providers including a Forensic Neuropsychologist, and 2 Lifespan Therapists) that has an established referral network. PCIF is seeking a full-time Mental Health Provider to meet the demands of an expanding practice in an under-served area (Southeastern Idaho). All support services are provided including clerical, billing, marketing, and physical facility (brand new building). Qualification Requirements: Valid Idaho licensure; LCPC, LCSW, Ph.D. Education Requirements: Master’s Degree (must be clinically licensed) Doctorate Compensation: Based on collected payments (hourly wage or percentage; negotiable; competitive) Additional Information: Please see psychologycenterofidahofalls.com to learn more about us. Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Dr. Carol Anderson at 208.522.3404.


Description (021621)
The Idaho Psychology Internship Consortium (ID-PIC) pre-doctoral internship in clinical psychology is accepting applications from qualified applicants for the 2021-2022 internship year. ID-PIC is comprised of multiple 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/State Hospital South in Blackfoot, ID (APPIC code: 208014), Pearl Health Clinic in Idaho Falls, ID (APPIC code: 208015), and the 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. 

ID-PIC is an APPIC member and participates in APPIC Match process. ID-PIC submitted a Self-Study to APA in May, 2020, and in August 2020 upon a preliminary review by APA, a site visit has been authorized for ID-PIC. Under APA’s guidance, we cannot guarantee that accreditation will ultimately be granted.

Interviews will be held via videoconference. Applications will be accepted until December 1st, 2020 at 11:59 pm ET, 09:59 pm MT.

Please contact Susan Martin, PsyD or Program Consultant Daria Redmon, PsyD with any questions.


Description (011221)
The Idaho Disability Determinations Services (DDS) performs medical adjudication for disability claims processed by the Social Security Administration (SSA) for the citizens of Idaho.  The DDS is looking for psychiatrists and psychologists in the Treasure Valley and Magic Valley areas to conduct consultative examinations for adults and children.  These examinations assist adjudicators in determining whether or not a claimant is disabled under SSA’s guidelines.  Examinations may include a mental status evaluation and possible IQ and cognitive testing. 

If you are interested or would like further information, please contact Steve Beard or Laura Croft at 208.327.7333. 


Description (011221)
After 25 years in private practice, I have taken a contracting job with the US Air Force. Since I am no longer in private practice, I have several psychological assessments I would like to sell. These include the ADOS, NEPSY-II, WAIS-IV, WISC-IV, WMS-III, WPPSI-III, WRAT4, and RIAS. I am willing to let them all go for a very reasonable price.  

Paula M. Nordstrom, PhD, at 208.989.1686


Description (122420)
Treasure Valley Psychology is looking to add to our thriving group practice in Southeast Boise! Immediate space available to a licensed psychologist or postdoctoral student looking to start a private practice in a group setting. Our office is located on Parkcenter Blvd, right off of the Boise River. The position includes all technical equipment and office supplies, support staff covering full scheduling and billing services, in-house referrals, and in-house consultation/collegial relationships. Our office is equipped for both telehealth or in-person services. Please email resume if interested in exploring this opportunity further.

Rachel Root, PhD, at 208.344.2071


Description (122420)
Looking for a Licensed Psychologist to take over a private practice in Coeur d’ Alene. Work is in conjunction with a Psychiatrist and four Master’s Level Counselors, all of whom are independent practitioners. In this position, it is essential that the individual have a strong interest and background in assessment, as many referrals (approximately 30-40 %) are for cognitive ability and /or neuropsychological screening, in addition to “traditional” mental health evaluations. This is a “fly solo” practice where you are responsible for your own billing, scheduling and telephone work. There is a front office staff; however, they are employees of the psychiatrist and cannot be relied upon for assistance other than help with FAXing and processing mail. Office rent and shared office expenses usually run about $ 800.00/mo. It would be important to have a diversified and established battery of assessment tools; however, the current owner of this practice is moving into retirement and would be willing to sell (at a very reasonable cost…) testing supplies currently in use. The office is (approximately) 180 square feet in an older building {1103 West Ironwood Drive} with a large north facing window. The building is handicap accessible on the ground floor in an area that is primarily medical offices. There is a waiting room shared by all practitioners. At this time, the office is being used 3 days/week, so a new person could start out using it two days/week (Monday and Friday), transitioning into full-time occupancy starting in January.

Tim Rehnberg, PhD, at 208.651.6569  


Description (122420)
Position An evaluator at Lee Pesky Learning Center helps to assess students who learn differently. The evaluator works with the Lead Evaluator 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 interpreting the findings; writing reports; communicating with students, parents, and school personnel; and maintaining computer skills necessary to complete Center tasks. Ideal candidates are flexible and willing to learn and adhere to the framework in which the Center conducts evaluations. Minimum Qualifications • Doctorate in clinical or school psychology (post-internship preferred) • Licensed or license-eligible in Idaho • Training/experience in administering psychological and educational tests • Experience working in an educational or clinical setting Essential Attributes · Believe in our mission and work tirelessly to help accomplish it · Organized, and detail-oriented · Self-determined, self-aware, strategic, and resilient · Flexible team player.

Organizational Mission, Vision, and Strategic Commitments

One in 5 people experience learning and attention challenges that limit their school success. For over twenty years Lee Pesky Learning Center has worked together with students, families, schools, and communities to understand and overcome obstacles to learning. Our vision is to create a pathway to learning for everyone. We have positioned ourselves to positively impact learners throughout the country. As a national research, training, and service center, we are committed to the following strategic goals:

  1. Create a pathway to learning for everyone
  2. Advance research in the field of learning disabilities
  3. Train the next generation of practitioners
  4. Forge and nurture strong partnerships

MScott@LPLearningCenter.org or call 208.577.1103


Description (113020)
Psychological Assessment Specialists (PAS) is seeking a highly qualified psychologist, neuropsychologist, and/or counselor to provide services in southeastern Idaho. We are bursting at the seams with long wait lists; a qualified provider can expect to be busy. The practice has been in Pocatello for 30 years and has a very strong referral base.

Independent contractor positions with competitive compensation. All support services provided with two full time support staff, billing specialist, and transcriptionist for psychological/neuropsychological reports. Great clinical support with weekly consultation meetings. Provider must have valid Idaho clinical license (PhD, LCSW, LCPC).

Visit psychologicalassessmentspecialists.com for additional information regarding the clinic.

John Christensen, PhD, at 208.233.0150

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