Vice President of Clinical Services
The Vice President of Clinical Services is responsible for the clinical oversight of the May Center’s well established school-based educational programs for students with Autism and developmental disabilities.
Oversight and management of all clinical/ABA services provided to students ages 3-21 in private school and residential settings.
Ensure that students in the program are provided with intensive, evidence-based services designed to increase their level of independence and ability to participate more fully in their communities.
Provide clinical leadership to both school and residential programs to address both individual/acute clinical needs as well as manage systemic clinical and educational systems
Support clinical managers/supervisors in the planning, development, and implementation of clinical programs and initiatives, with the goal of helping students with disabilities reach their full potential.
Monitor and improve program quality through strategic and data-driven initiatives
Participate as an active faculty member of the doctoral level psychology training program (APA-accredited)
Qualifications include doctoral degree in clinical psychology,; BCBA and/or MA licensure in Psychology, 5-10 years’ experience supervising BCBA/clinical staff in providing ABA services in school and/or residential settings, Clinical expertise in evidence-based strategies for school-aged individuals with ASD. Doctoral degree in clinical psychology, MA licensure, Minimum of 5 years postdoctoral work, Previous experience as faculty in an APA-approved psychology internship training program, Experience in supervising and managing clinical staff and programs, Board certification in psychology or behavior analysis preferred.
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The Section of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at Boston Medical Center (BMC) is currently seeking a full-time child/adolescent-trained Clinical Psychologist with a special interest in bringing brief evidence-based mental health treatments to pediatric primary care.
The successful applicant will participate with a multidisciplinary team at Boston Medical Center and Boston Children’s Hospital in the development, implementation, and evaluation of a major new initiative that will bring mental health services to pediatric clinics in community health centers in underserved neighborhoods in and around Boston. This four-year demonstration project will employ a stepped model of mental health care supported by multidisciplinary mental health training and consultation for health center physicians and social workers and care coordination for health center patients and families. This integrated care work will be supplemented by one clinical day per week in the BMC child psychiatry outpatient program, developing a specialty clinic in the applicant’s primary area of clinical interest. Opportunities to participate in teaching and supervision of psychology pre- and post-doctoral trainees will be available. Training and experience in evidence-based therapies, especially parent management training, cognitive-behavioral therapy, trauma-focused therapy, and motivational interviewing in both individual and group formats is essential. Training in community-based intervention research and integrated care is highly desirable.
The applicant must possess a Massachusetts health service provider license in clinical or counseling psychology prior to assuming the position. Graduates of APA/CPA-approved doctoral programs and internships are preferred. Academic appointment will be recommended at Boston University School of Medicine commensurate with academic accomplishment. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply; fluency in Spanish is a major plus.
Interested applicants should send a letter detailing relevant experience and a current CV to Heather Walter, MD, MPH, Chief, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Boston Medical Center, at email@example.com.
Boston University School of Medicine/Boston Medical Center is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Neponset Health Center, a division of Harbor Health Services Inc, is seeking a Psychologist.
Duties include providing direct clinical services to clients, conducting psychological testing as requested, consulting with other departments and external providers around Health Psychology, involvement in the Patient Centered Medical Home initiative specifically with the integration into primary care, participating on treatment teams focusing on behavioral issues with patients using brief therapies, crisis management and providing consultations to providers. The Health Psychologist also assists in facilitating trainings, case conferences and conducting Utilization Review. HHSI will provide training for Patient Centered Behavioral Health Integration at UMass Boston.
Qualifications: PhD, PsyD, five years of experience working with a multi-cultural, varied socioeconomic client population, excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, supervisory experience preferred.
Established forensic evaluation practice
is seeking a doctoral-level psychologist licensed in Massachusetts with experience in forensic evaluations and expert testimony. New Hampshire license a plus. We provide assessments regarding criminal cases, custody and parenting, need for commitment, guardianship, risk of violence as well as pre-employment screenings and fitness-for-duty evaluations. Offices in Salem, Newton and Worcester. Flexible work schedule. Visit us at www.pcsforensic.com. Send detailed CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Job Title: Mental Illness with Problematic Sexual Behaviors Program (MI/PSB) Psychologist
Department: Southeast Massachusetts
Reports To: Statewide MI/PSB Program Director
Summary:The MI/PSB Psychologist will provide assessment, consultation, training, and direct clinical services to the Southeast Area, Brockton Multi-Service Center Clinic, and statewide DMH personnel and identified MI/PSB clients.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1) The MI/PSB Psychologist will complete record reviews and comprehensive assessment reports, including psychological testing, that delineates risk factors and risk management strategies for identified DMH clients with mental illness and problematic sexual behaviors.
2) The MI/PSB Psychologist will provide consultation to treatment teams and residential settings regarding risk management needs and treatment needs of clients who are participants in the Department of Mental Health’s Mental Illness with Problematic Sexual Behaviors Program.
3) The MI/PSB Psychologist will offer feedback to treatment teams in case consultation meetings.
4) The MI/PSB Psychologist will participate in the DMH Southeast MI/PSB Steering Committee meetings, Brockton Multi-Service Center MI/PSB meetings and other relevant meetings as needed.
5) The MI/PSB Psychologist will provide in-service training to staff in hospital and residential settings regarding the DMH mental illness/problematic sexual behavior population.
6) The MI/PSB Psychologist will perform group and individual treatment for problematic sexual behavior at Brockton Multi-Service Center and within the DMH system.
7) The MI/PSB Psychologist will assist in the coordination and prioritization of all area referrals to the MI/PSB program, maintaining regular communication with each DMH site liaison in order to monitor patients/clients who may be at risk to engage in problematic sexual behaviors.
8) The MI/PSB Psychologist will maintain an area wide database, tracking all DMH clients/patients who have been identified for concerns due to their sexual behavior and will update the database regularly in coordination with individual site liaisons.
9) The MI/PSB Psychologist will maintain a clinical record of all case consultations, assessments, relevant treatment materials, and clinical data received from other sources for each client.
Doctorate in Psychology from an APA accredited program and independent license required. Experience as a practicing clinical psychologist required with expertise in the area of mental illness and problematic sexual behavior including risk assessment, treatment planning and treatment provision.
This is a full-time 40 hour per week contract position with Polaris Healthcare Services, Inc. and offers a competitive compensation package with an excellent benefits program.
Please send your CV to William Pariseau at email@example.com or fax to 508-977-3751.
Full-time Lecturer in Clinical Psychology
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
The Psychology Department announces an opening for one position as a full-time lecturer in clinical psychology starting September of 2015. The position is specifically intended to acquire faculty to teach graduate courses in the Clinical Psychology MA program and clinically-related undergraduate courses and provide administrative support, as needed, for the program. Our Clinical MA program trains Licensed Mental Health Counselors, and our students are recruited by employers in a variety of clinical settings. Therefore, the position requires extensive clinical experience and knowledge of community mental health policy and practice. In addition, we seek a candidate who fits with our philosophy of training students in the use of empirically-supported treatments such as behavior therapy, CBT, DBT, etc.
The majority of teaching will be in the graduate program, and many of the classes will be in the late afternoon and early evening. Examples of courses that might be assigned include: Graduate Clinical Supervision courses (e.g. Internship, Practicum), Family Therapy, Evaluation Techniques, Undergraduate Counseling Courses, Theories of Psychotherapy, Behavior Modification, Behavioral Medicine, and Multicultural Counseling.
Minimum Qualifications: Our primary goal is to hire a new fulltime lecturer who has the experience necessary to teach clinical skills and mentor future clinical practitioners. The ideal candidate will have both adult and child clinical experience. Excellent potential in both teaching and clinical supervision is required. A documented history of at least 3 years of successful postdoctoral clinical experience is required and longer experience in clinical practice will be more desirable. An understanding of community mental health and an interest in and ability to teach internship courses at the graduate and undergraduate level are required. Knowledge of local community agencies is desirable but not required. Applicants must have a doctoral degree in psychology and be state licensed. Those not licensed in Massachusetts will need to eventually become licensed in Massachusetts as a Psychologist – Health Service Provider. An additional license as a Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and or Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA-D) is desirable, but not required. The successful applicant will be expected to remain clinically active in the local community to maintain clinical skills and contacts. Practice, teaching and supervision skills will be the essential qualifications for contract renewal.
To apply, please submit curriculum vitae, a cover letter describing clinical interests and experience, and three letters of reference at http://www.umassd.edu/hr/employmentopportunities/. All confidential letters of recommendation can be emailed to Louisa Medeiros at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Completion of the search is contingent upon the availability of funding. The review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
The University of Massachusetts reserves the right to conduct background checks on potential employees.
UMass Dartmouth is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity, Title IX Employer.
University of Vermont Medical Center, Vermont’s academic medical center and founding member of the University of Vermont Health Network, has an opening for a Staff Psychologist.
The UVM Medical Center is a regional, academic healthcare center and teaching hospital in alliance with the University of Vermont, serving all of Vermont and the northern New York region. With over 7,000 employees, we are the largest private employer in the state of Vermont.
Provides psychological services to patients in an academic medical center affiliated pediatric practice. This co-located psychologist will participate in integrated behavioral care within a primary care setting. Services include diagnostic interviews, psychological intervention, and staff/provider consultation and collaboration. May provide clinical supervision and training to clinical psychology practicum students, interns, postdoctoral fellows, medical students and residents, or child psychiatry fellows.
Doctoral degree in clinical psychology. Licensed as a psychologist-doctorate in the State of Vermont.
A minimum of three years’ experience delivering psychotherapy to children, adolescents, adults and families. Training and experience in the use of empirically supported interventions is highly desirable.
To apply, please use our online application system at www.UVMHealth.org/MedCenter, posting #24805. We offer a comprehensive benefits package including relocation. We proudly offer a non-smoking work environment. The UVM Medical Center is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protective veteran status.
Psychologist & Psychiatrist Openings in Primary Care
Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, Medford & Melrose
In partnership with
The Pediatric Physicians’ Organization at Children’s
The Affiliated Physicians’ Group of Beth Israel-Deaconess Healthcare
Psychological Care Associates
Is Integrating Behavioral Health Care into Primary Care Practice
Provide evaluation, consultation & treatment, preventative care & early intervention, as a member of both a Medical Group Practice and our Integrated Care Teams of Psychologists and Psychiatrists. Positions require solid assessment, consultation and targeted treatment skills, interest in a fast paced, highly productive and novel clinical environment, and computer facility sufficient for working in an EMR.
Psychological Care Associates’ newest office
Opening summer 2015
Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialists and Master’s Prepared Psychotherapists, as well as an Assistant Practice Director who will assume clinical and administrative oversight of the office as a member of the practice’s management team.
We are a multi-specialty practice founded in 1994 with a reputation for high quality patient care, and
as a stimulating, respectful, professional workplace. We offer a group of terrific colleagues, close, collaborative relationships with PCP’s, consultation & training groups, and mentoring relationships. Excellent reimbursement & bonus rates, health & retirement plans, computers, high quality, furnished office space, and expert administrative & clinical support, and a fully integrated Electronic Medical Record System allows our professional staff to devote their time and energies to patient care without administrative burdens. All cases are centrally triaged, and assigned based only on clinical match.
Practice information at: www.psycare.info
Send CV with letter of interest to:
Michael F. Jacques, Ph.D., Director, at: email@example.com