Qualified as a psychologist, yes; but the National Register credential goes beyond licensure and indicates that the psychologist has met special educational and experiential requirements related to health service provision. Although many jurisdictions have requirements for licensure eligibility similar to the requirements of the National Register, the requirements and the documentation do vary from state/province to state/province. In some instances, although the requirements appear to be the same, states/provinces will have alternative ways to be eligible for licensure which do not meet the National Register's requirements.
Recent Job & Fellowship Postings
Tampa General Hospital Rehabilitation Services seeks a Clinical Health or Rehabilitation Psychologist to join our psychology team.
Department of Psychology invites applications for a tenure-track, Assistant Professor level faculty position specializing in clinical psychology to begin August 16, 2018.
The Department of Pain Management at San Antonio Military Medical Center is looking for a Clinical Health Psychologist with a specialty in pain.
Dr. Jessica Magidson will be joining the Department of Psychology at the University of Maryland, College Park in January 2018 and will be hiring a full-time Post Doctoral Associate in global mental health and addiction science.
The Michigan State University (MSU) Consortium of Advanced Psychology Training (CAPT) program at McLaren Flint has one opening for a two year postdoctoral fellow.
The Florida State University College of Medicine has a current opening for a postdoctoral fellow in Clinical Health Psychology – with a focus on applied clinical research.
This position is a year-long appointment for a post-doctoral Non-Physician Clinical Trainee in ASAP to provide consultation, short-term counseling, threat assessment and management, and psychological wellness training to faculty, staff, academic personnel, and eligible family members. An emphasis is placed on developing skills and enhancing professional identity as a psychologist, organizational and management consultant, in addition to other clinically-relevant scientist-practitioner roles.
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