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PSYCHOLOGIST/COUNSELOR/SOCIAL WORKER
Pocatello Campus

Description (091519)
This position will support the University Counseling and Testing Service (CATS) in meeting the mental health needs of the Idaho State University community. They will work to improve student well-being, provide consultation for faculty and staff, and assist students in working toward their personal and academic goals.

Key Responsibilities
Key responsibilities include provision of individual, couple, and group counseling; consultation with students, staff, faculty, and other Student Affairs offices; development and implementation of education and prevention programs; provision of emergency and triage services; supervision of Masters and Doctoral level trainees; and service on Student Affairs and other University committees. There are opportunities for staff to specialize in areas of their professional interests consistent with the CATS mission and goals; for example: LGBTQ support, mindfulness, diversity, international students, eating disorders, etc.

Minimum Qualifications

  • A terminal degree (Ph.D. for clinical or counseling psychology; masters degree for counseling or social work) to provide mental health treatment from an accredited program. All degree requirements must be met prior to start date. Licensed or license eligible in Idaho within one year of hire.
  • Strong clinical skills and commitment to clinical work. 
  • Mental health crisis intervention experience. 
  • Demonstrated strong oral and written communication skills. 
  • Evidence of collaboration and flexibility in working with others. 
  • Multicultural commitment/advocacy.         

Preferred Qualifications

  • Supervised experience in a University Counseling Center.
  • Outreach and group counseling experience.
  • Experience in clinical supervision of practicum students. 
  • Experience with stepped care or integrated service delivery models. 
  • Experience and/or strong interest in one or more of the following areas: Bi-lingual; Trauma treatment; International students; LGBTQA students; Eating/body image issues; Couple counseling; Substance abuse; Mindfulness; Biofeedback. 


Apply online at https://isu.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=794&site=1.  
Also submit: Vita, Cover letter and three professional references with contact information. Priority given to applications received by June 14, 2019, but position open until filled.

Contact
Human Resources - ISU at 208.282.2157.

PSYCHOLOGIST/COUNSELOR/SOCIAL WORKER
ISU COUNSELING & TESTING SERVICE
Meridian Campus

Description (082919)
Apply online at https://isu.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=786&site=1 
Posting Number: req786

This position will support the University Counseling and Testing Service (CATS) in meeting the mental health needs of the Idaho State University community on the Meridian campus. They will work to improve student well-being, provide consultation for faculty and staff, and assist students in working toward their personal and academic goals.

Key Responsibilities
Key responsibilities include provision of individual, couple, career, and group counseling; consultation with students, staff, faculty, and other Student Affairs offices; development and implementation of education and prevention programs; provision of emergency and triage services; potential supervision of Masters and Doctoral level trainees; and service on Student Affairs and other University committees. There are opportunities for staff to specialize in areas of their professional interests consistent with the CATS mission and goals; for example: LGBTQ support, mindfulness, diversity, international students, eating disorders, etc.

Minimum Qualifications
• A terminal degree (Ph.D. for clinical or counseling psychology; master's degree for counseling or social work) to provide mental health treatment from an accredited program. All degree requirements must be met prior to start date. Licensed or license eligible in Idaho within one year of hire.
• Strong clinical skills and commitment to clinical work.
• Mental health crisis intervention experience.
• Experience with career counseling.
• Demonstrated strong oral and written communication skills.
• Evidence of collaboration and flexibility in working with others.
• Multicultural commitment/advocacy.

Preferred Qualifications
• Professional experience in working with college students.
• Outreach/group counseling experience.
• Experience and/or strong interest in one or more of the following areas: Bi-lingual; Trauma treatment; International students; LGBTQA students; Minority populations; Eating/body image issues; Couple counseling; Substance abuse; Mindfulness; Biofeedback.

Please submit the following documents with your application: Vita, Cover letter and a list of three (3) professional references with contact information. Priority consideration will be given to applicants who apply by May 31, 2019.

Contact
Human Resources, ISU, at 208.282.2517.  - But apply online at:  https://isu.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=786&site=1

ST. LUKE'S IN MAGIC VALLEY SEEKING PSYCHOLOGIST

Description (071819)
St. Luke's Magic Valley seeks a licensed psychologist working with adults and adolescents to join our collegial and growing behavioral health team as we continue to expand and transform our behavioral health services. Enjoy an inclusive and cohesive team environment, strong administrative and scheduling support and full EMR (EPIC), while working alongside providers who are highly trained and extremely dedicated.  This position is located within the Behavioral Health Outpatient Clinic, as an active member of a multi-disciplinary behavioral health team, including: Psychiatrists, Psychologists, and other Master's Level Therapists.  St. Luke’s Psychologists’ primary responsibilities are to provide direct patient care in the form of clinical consultation, psychological testing and individual, group, or family therapy to patients and their families. Services may be provided in the inpatient, outpatient, community, and/or telemedicine settings. Enjoy administrative support and scheduling, as well as immediate access to primary care physicians and specialists. Will have the opportunity to provide individual, family and group therapy.    Additionally, this NHSC qualified site boasts opportunities to support and to develop programmatic excellence in evidence based treatment strategies such as DBT and other treatment areas. Our EMR is EPIC. Works with closely with administration, medical staff, and patients/families to grow and develop the behavioral health services at St. Luke's.   Competitive base salry model plus quality incentive opportunities.  CME allowance and relocation allowance provided.  Inclusive and cohesive team environment that enjoys a healthy work life balance. St. Luke's is nationally recognized for excellence as one of the top 15 health systems in the nation for the fifth consecutive year. As well, the Behavioral Health Team was recently recognized by the American Psychiatric Association with a Service Achievement Award. This is an exciting time for St. Luke’s and for our Behavioral Health Service Line as we transform healthcare delivery to improve patient outcomes and lower the total cost of care. Success in our behavioral health strategy will play a critical role in helping St. Luke’s to realize these overarching goals.

Contact
Tracey Duncan at 208.814.0656


PART TIME OPPORTUNITY FOR PSYCHOMETRIC RATING

Description (070419)
Northwest Clinical Trials is looking for a psychometric rater familiar with cognitive scales. We are currently conducting multiple trials for investigational medication used in the treatment of various indications such as Alzheimer’s and depression. We are flexible enough to accommodate your schedule, and would appreciate the opportunity to partner with someone and help build their practice via patient referrals. If you are interested in helping advance science and provide relief for those suffering from mental and cognitive conditions, please contact Dr. Brock McConnehey for further information. Competitive compensation is offered.

Contact
Dr. Brock McConnehey at 208.685.0600.

4TH WORLD CONGRESS ON PSYCHIATRIC &
MENTAL HEALTH NURSING

Description (061919)
Pulsus Group invites participants from all over the globe to attend “4th World Congress on Psychiatry & Mental Health Nursing” scheduled during June 17-18, 2019 at Rome, Italy. This includes proficient keynote presentations, verbal speeches, productive poster presentations, Symposiums, and exhibitions. Psychiatric Nursing 2019 highlights the theme “Exploring the Psychological state & its Well-being”. The main aim of the conference is to gather every professional and to focus on the regional issues related to the field of Psychiatry, Mental Health, and Nursing. Psychiatric Nursing is an event planned to provide an great platform for new researchers, scholars, doctors, nurses, directors, physicians, students and educators to showcase their novel ideas and discuss the most recent innovations, trends and key concerns adopted in the field of psychological nursing and health care. The two days of the educational program will include keynote presentations, oral presentations, Workshops, Special Session and poster presenters on the advanced techniques as well as papers in all the fields of psychological nursing and health care.

We are glad to inform you that the Speaker/Delegate opportunities are available at the conference.  Kindly submit a short abstract of your speech if you are willing to join us as a speaker at the conference. Please visit the following link, to know more about the scientific sessions and abstracts submission: https://psychiatricnursing.pulsusconference.com/call-for-abstracts.  Alternatively you can submit your abstracts by mailing us at psychiatrynursing@pulsusmeet.net.  Soon after receiving the abstract, I will update you the status.

If you wish to attend as a delegate, please do register at: https://psychiatricnursing.pulsusconference.com/registration.

Contact
Beaula Watson at 408.429.2646

FULL TIME PSYCHOLOGIST OPPORTUNITY 

Description (060619)  
We have an exceptional opportunity for a Full time Psychologist to join our healthcare team at the Pocatello Women's Correctional Facility located in Pocatello, ID.

Benefits offered to the Corizon Health Psychologist:

  • 5 weeks Paid Time Off
  • No weekends or evenings
  • No overhead
  • Medical, Dental & Vision
  • Company Matched 401k or Supplemental Retirement Plan
  • Malpractice paid

Contact
John Polich at 800.738.0058.

CLASS A OFFICE SPACE WITH EXPERIENCED OFFICE SUPPORT STAFF

Description (052919)  
Great opportunity for a PSY.D, LCPC, or LCSW in an established Boise office. We are located off Fairview across from the Dept. of H&W. Class A office building with large spacious offices. Office includes experienced billing and reception staff. Plentiful, free parking. Licensed clinicians only please.

Contact
Shannon at 208.373.0790.

PSYCHOLOGIST/THERAPIST - TREASURE VALLEY

Description (052819)  
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.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Graduate degree in counseling profession
  • Professional licensure as one of the following: psychologist, licensed social worker (either LMSW or LCSW), professional counselor (either LPC or LCPC), or Marriage and Family Therapist.
  • Maintain professional liability insurance
  • Ability to pass a criminal background check

    Duties:
  • Complete comprehensive diagnostic assessments and addendums
  • Develop treatment goals with the client and family as appropriate
  • Develop individualized treatment plans with clients within required time frames
  • Assess need and recommend enhanced mental health services as appropriate
  • Provide individual and family therapy using evidence based treatment modalities
  • Consult, coordinate, and collaborate with members the healthcare community
  • Other duties as required

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.


Contact
Susan Wakeley at 208.459.6962.



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