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We have a position for an Adult Health Psychologist in our Downtown location.
CPA is a unique behavioral health center where psychologists can choose their own clients, focus on offering exceptional clinical work, receive the support needed to thrive professionally and work with highly skilled and fun colleagues.
Ideal candidates will enjoy being part of team, participating in ongoing professional development and contributing to an enjoyable and positive culture at work.
We are especially interested in psychologists with some/all of the following skills:
· Health Psychology / B-Med services with medical / neurological clients.
· Excellent communications with Primary Care Physicians and medical providers.
· Biofeedback training & experience
· Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
· Interest in also offering traditional psychotherapy with non-medical clients.
Just a Few of the Benefits of Joining CPA
· Daytime practice (no late evenings)
· Initial Salary for Smooth Startup & Excellent Total Compensation
· 401k match, health insurance, flex spending, dependent care & more
· Weekly peer consultation meetings, FREE CE’s & ongoing training programs
· Fun & professional environment w FREE LUNCH Thursdays every week
Applicants must be available for full-time employment (minimum 27 client hours).
12 hour position at Lemuel Shattuck Hospital in Jamaica Plain is available for licensed neuropsychologist to administer brief neuropsychological assessments to an adult multi-cultural urban population. The employee will provide consultation to Medical, Psychiatric, Rehabilitation, Social Work, and other services on evaluation results. The psychologist will participate in supervision and teaching of students. Salary is highly competitive. Please forward your CV to Robert McMackin at email@example.com
Seeking a licensed psychologist, experienced in neuropsychological assessment, to work one day a week in a private practice in Arlington. Weekend hours available. This is a good opportunity for someone who wants to work limited hours, or who has a full-time job and wants to start building a private practice. Must be able to accept insurance. Interested applicants email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thriving, well-established suburban practice west of Boston seeking Licensed Clinical Male Psychologist experienced in working children, adolescents, and adults. Credentialed for insurance panels and background in male development preferred. Veterans are encouraged to apply. Hours and days negotiable; fee for service position. Contact: Clinical Director at email@example.com.
20 hour position at the Massachusetts General Hospital Chelsea Health Center for a bi-lingual (Spanish/English) licensed neuropsychologist or psychologist to administer and expand a program that provides neuropsychological and psychological evaluation for a diverse, multi-cultural urban population. Must have experience assessing cognitive, academic and emotional issues in a school age population. Experience with diagnosing Learning Disorders and Attention Deficit Disorder is essential. Assessment experience with adults is desirable. Responsibilities include administering and overseeing the referral and insurance authorization process. This position provides the opportunity to design and build a comprehensive evaluation service in a vibrant community health service. Position includes providing liaison/ consultation to Pediatric and Adult medicine services as well as ongoing in-service education for Mental Health staff around issues of assessment, as well as teaching and supervision of Psychology Interns. Building school/community/ clinic working relationships will also be an important facet of this position
Harvard Medical School faculty appointment available for qualified applicants
Interested applicant can send their CV’s to:
Mary Lyons Hunter, Psy.D.
151 Everett Ave
Chelsea, MA 02150
MGH Chelsea is a community based affiliate of Massachusetts General Hospital. We provide high quality out-patient care to a diverse and underserved population. We are currently seeking a half-time licensed clinical Psychologist to provide assessments, CBT/evidenced based treatment to primarily children, adults and families. Experience with traumatic stress disorder desirable. Must have experience with individual, family and group models of care. Applicants should have a minimum of 1 year post-licensure experience. Bi-lingual in Spanish required. Successful applicant will be eligible for a Harvard Medical School appointment. Eligibility for licensure in Massachusetts required.
Interested applicants should apply to: Mary Lyons Hunter, Psy.D. MGH Chelsea Health Center, 151 Everett Ave, Chelsea MA 02150, ph: 617-889-8515, fax: 617-889-8509, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Massachusetts General Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer. By embracing diverse skills, perspectives and ideas, we choose to lead. Applications from protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged.
Pediatric Neuropsychology Post-doctoral Fellowship at NESCA
NESCA (Neuropsychology and Education Services for Children and Adolescents) is offering two year post-doctoral training fellowships in our offices in Newton MA and Londonderry NH. Year one includes apprenticeship model training in which the fellow works directly with senior staff on all evaluations. Neuropsychologists at NESCA evaluate toddlers, children and adolescents with a wide range of neurological, developmental, learning, and emotional challenges. Additionally fellows will have opportunities to participate in evaluations with international clients and post-secondary transition assessments. Post-doctoral fellows will learn about special education law and participate in team meetings. NESCA staff offers fellows a high level of supervision, mentorship, and instruction in report writing. Significant didactic training is also available through regular weekly seminars. Information about NESCA, our training program and applications may be obtained from Amanda Renzi (email@example.com).
Psychologist - Worcester, MA
Reliant Medical Group has a history of excellence and a team of more than 2,000 employees and nearly 260 physicians and other professionals logging more than a million patient visits a year at locations throughout Central Massachusetts. Tremendous support staff, collegial and friendly environment is all part of why this group is the leader in central Massachusetts for quality care, consistently scoring above average on the Massachusetts Quality Health Partners quality report. Location offers easy transit to Boston, New York, Hartford and Philadelphia.
Ideal candidate for this opportunity:
· Doctoral level, Massachusetts licensed psychologist with 2-5+ years of experience
· Interest in health and general psychology, working in an Integrated Program with Primary Care and Specialists.
· Congnitive Behavioral Therapies
· Competent to evaluate and treat depression, anxiety, stress and other psychological disorders
· Interest in obesity
· Enjoy a great work / life balance
For more than 80 years, Reliant Medical Group has been one of the country’s most successful examples of a multi-specialty physician group practice. We offer an opportunity-rich environment in which more than 400 providers work collaboratively to serve over 200,000 patients throughout Central Massachusetts.
Decades of experience managing "risk” puts Reliant far ahead of the curve when it comes to meeting contemporary healthcare demands. While other groups in Massachusetts and beyond are just starting to build systems that respond to evolving payment models and population health needs, we are refining ours.
In joining Reliant Medical Group, you will enjoy:
· A culture in which innovation is highly valued
· An emphasis on collegiality and team-based care
· One of the most advanced EMRs is the country
· Exceptional compensation geared toward an ACO model that is focused on quality, panel size and coordination of care
· A strong benefits package
403b retirement savings
Part-time (8 hrs./week) to join faculty of APA-accredited Doctoral Internship in Professional Psychology to provide clinical supervision, lead seminars, participate in program development. Expertise in treating and teaching about co-occurring disorders preferred. Our agency values diversity. Contact: David Arbeitman, Ph.D, Director of Training. Carson Center for Adults and Families, 77 Mill St. Westfield, MA 01085; firstname.lastname@example.org
Starr Psychiatric Center
Part-time to full time experienced therapist at the Doctorate level for a booming, dynamic practice on the South shore of Boston.We have a multi-disciplinary team with coordinated quality care, using a differential therapeutic model which stresses accurate diagnosis and effective treatment. In addition, we use the cognitive behavioral model and other models. We require one who can both do therapy and diagnosis. Competitive compensation. We have a reputation for treating patients who have had treatment failures elsewhere.
Please send resume to email@example.com or fax: 508-427-1772.
Position Available: Executive Director, Massachusetts Psychological Association
Children’s Neuropsychological Services, founded in 2001, is seeking a high-spirited, conscious, and motivated clinician. Primary responsibilities include both targeted and comprehensive assessment of children, adolescents, and young adults. Opportunities to provide therapeutic services also exist. This position provides a very flexible schedule and generous vacation package. Starting salary dependent on experience and will range from $95,000 to $105,000. Candidate must have a doctorate with formal training in neuropsychological assessment. Early career neuropsychologists intending to pursue board certification are encouraged to apply. Practice details can be found at childneuropsych.com. Vitae and cover letter should be sent to Vernon Hickey (firstname.lastname@example.org).
NESCA (Neuropsychology and Education Services for Children and Adolescents), a multi-disciplinary private group practice with offices in Newton MA and Londonderry NH, is seeking a pediatric neuropsychologist, ideally full-time but half-time would be considered. Early career psychologists are encouraged to apply; high level supervision is available. Salary and benefits are competitive and commensurate with experience. Please send letter of interest and CV to NESCA office manager, Melissa Jensen: email@example.com or 55 Chapel Street, Newton MA 02458.
Ann Helmus, Ph.D. Director
The Counseling Center in the Berkshires is seeking an experienced full/part time psychologist or social worker to join an active multidisciplinary psychotherapy practice in beautiful Western Massachusetts. Experience with individual, couple/family therapy and current Massachusetts license required. Please email CV to Aaron Sardell, Psy.D. at ASCCBerk@gmail.com. More information at www.CCBerkshires.com.
Part-Time Child/Adolescent Psychotherapist
Aurora Counseling Associates, LLC [www.auroracounselingassociates.com] in Natick now hiring 2-3 part-time child/adolescent/family clinicians at Doctoral or Master's level for afternoon/evening shifts. Private practice experience and private insurance empanelments preferred, outpatient experience required. We provide all referrals, billing, followup, administrative support, peer supervision and a warm, collegial atmosphere. We value our clinicians, clients and referral sources, have a strong referral flow and seek to serve our community with a welcoming attitude and high standards of clinical care. Contact BethAnn Schacht, LMHC, Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 774-292-9007.
Baystate Medical Center, the Western Campus for Tufts Medical School, has an opening for a Clinical Neuropsychologist who will join a dynamic Neuropsychology Consultation team offering a full spectrum of standardized neuropsychological instrumentation to children through to senescence.
The Neuropsychology Service is involved in addressing the needs of a broad spectrum of multispecialty areas from medicine, psychiatric, neurology, rehabilitation and surgery. This includes a working knowledge base in such areas as neurological learning and developmental disabilities, seizure disorders, traumatic brain injury, sports concussions, cerebral vascular accidents, spinal cord injuries, the dementias, amnestic disorders, anoxic events, trauma disorders, to name a few, ranging from accidents, injuries and diseases to the CNS and PNS.
You will have an opportunity to teach medical students, residents and psychology students at various stages of training and have an opportunity for an academic appointment.
Doctorate in Psychology and Licensure in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, with post-doctoral training in clinical neuropsychology from a medical school training program or equivalent.
Please apply online, http://baystatehealthjobs.com to position #66989 and include a cover letter and resume.
Seeking Full-Time, Outcome-Focused, Clinician with Leadership Potential
As a company, we are singularly focused on one thing—Treat to Outcome. Treat to Outcome is a commitment to keep clients in treatment until they are able to sustain treatment gains at a lower level of care, in their home communities. In order to accomplish this, every staff member must work toward our common goal and have accountability for his or her role in helping clients create and maintain change. It is a privilege for our therapists to work in an environment where they are able to see their treatment plan to the end.
Treat to Outcome is part of our culture and is the defining factor that distinguishes us from other programs. We work tirelessly to ensure our clients are given the time, care and potential to recover fully from their eating disorders. The entire company has a responsibility to work together to create a long-term positive outcome for every client.
We are not looking to simply fill a position. We are looking for a particular individual—one who has a desire to join our team ready to use talents and ambitions to integrate into our culture and help us fulfill our mission.
• Our therapeutic program integrates ACT, CBT, DBT, animal assisted therapy, experiential and brain-based interventions
• Experience, leadership and familiarity with brain-based treatments are a plus
• Very competitive salary commensurate to training and experience and benefits package
• Flexible start date
• Qualified individuals may contact Wesley Wintch at email@example.com. Please include:
• Cover letter specifying specific interest
• Curriculum Vitae or resume
• Three letters of recommendation - sent directly from recommender to Wesley Wintch
Seeking Licensed Mental Health Professionals to join our expanding group practice in Walpole, Massachusetts: Walpole Behavioral Healthcare is a group practice providing psychological treatment to children, adolescents and adults in a busy suburban setting. We are expanding and interested in talking with you if you are a skilled and licensed psychologist or LICSW.
We will provide referrals, office space, insurance-panel participation and billing services. We offer a highly competitive reimbursement rate. If you are interested please email resume and cover letter to Dr. Fred Horan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Full-Time Core Faculty Positions, Clinical Psychology Department
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology (MSPP) has openings for 3 full-time Core faculty positions in the Clinical Psychology Department beginning January, 2015. Rank is commensurate with experience.
Responsibilities: Core faculty members are involved in teaching, advising, and clinical and research supervision. Additionally, there is the expectation of committee work and scholarly productivity. Applicants with expertise in the following areas are especially sought: Health Psychology, Objective Assessment, Lifespan, Physiological, Children and Families, Forensics, and Statistics.
Qualifications: Candidates must possess a Ph.D. or Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology, have teaching experience, preferably be licensed or license-eligible in Massachusetts, and maintain some involvement in clinical practice or consultation. A demonstrated record of scholarly work is essential.
Application Procedure: Review of applications will begin upon receipt. Interested candidates should submit
1) a detailed letter of application responding to the stated qualifications
2) a curriculum vitae, and
3) a list of three professional references with complete contact information. (References will not be contacted without the candidate's prior permission.)
Materials should be submitted electronically to: Ms. Ellen Collins, Human Resources Manager at email@example.com.
Important Notice to All Candidates: MSPP is an equal opportunity employer and is a community that embraces multiculturalism. As such, persons from historically under-represented minority groups are encouraged to apply.
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