The purpose of the fellowship project is to fund research projects that will significantly assist the learner’s development while contributing to the field of integrated care.
Katz Counseling & Educational Psychology, Inc. is seeking an additional Child/Adolescent Psychologist or School Psychologist to take on an overflow of clients.
Hennepin Healthcare is seeking a primary care psychologist.
The Anxiety and OCD Center seeks a Pennsylvania license-eligible postdoctoral fellow and practicum student to join a successful and growing practice in Malvern, Pennsylvania.
The Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington D.C. Medical Center is seeking a Clinical Psychologist for their Trauma Services Program.
The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) Department of Surgery, in collaboration with the Department of Psychiatry, is seeking a part time (20 hours per week) licensed clinical psychologist to join the multidisciplinary Transplant Institute.
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, LA, Department of Psychiatry invites applications for a post-doctoral clinical fellowship position to work in several diverse hospital and outpatient mental health clinic settings.
Family Compass is seeking experienced, licensed child psychologists to provide therapy and for psychological and neuropsychological testing.
Parnes Clinic at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology of Yeshiva University has a post doctoral “training clinic” fellowship position available.
The CBT Center has openings for two psychologists who are licensed or eligible for licensure here in Virginia (have completed two years of pre-doctoral, or one year each of pre- and post-doctoral, supervised experience). We are looking for psychologists, entry-level or experienced, with specialized training in CBT and who work with (1) Children/Adolescents, or (2) Anxiety Disorders.
From the Executive Officer’s Desk—Overcoming the “DSM Fallacy”: Is It Time to Start Crowdsourcing Mental Health Treatments?
It is the nature of scientific inquiry to seek greater specificity in understanding natural phenomena, and our clinical research colleagues strive valiantly to do so. But the scientific method can lead us astray in that it demands a focus on problems, not patients. In this column, I analyze our lack of success in ameliorating the global burden of mental distress and suggest that crowdsourcing, a strategy enabled by widespread electronic communications, might provide a solution towards making effective interventions more widely available.
The Center for Psychological Services at the Rutgers Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) announces an opening for a full-time, 2-Year (1-year renewable for a 2nd year) postdoctoral associate.