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Lynn Community Health Center

Behavioral Health Department

269 Union Street

Lynn, MA 01901

 

Chief Psychologist: Brian Faherty, Psy.D.

Director of Training: Tracey Mohr, Psy.D.

Contact: Dr. Tracey Mohr

Telephone: 781-715-6297

Fax: 781-598-9345

Email: tmohr@lchcnet.org

Website: www.lchcnet.org

 

Application Deadline:  January 31, 2017

Application Review: January 1 - February 1, 2017

Number of Positions: 4

Interviews Begin: February 15 - March 15, 2017

Stipend: $36,000 per year

Number of Hours/Week: 40

Fellowship Begins: August - September, 2017

Fellowship Term: 12 months

Applicants each Year: 10-12

Benefits: $36,000.00 annual salary; 84% health care and dental benefits; Earned Time (31 days/year), Extended Sick Leave (5 days/year)=36 days off; $500.00 educational credit, frequently used towards licensing exam prep course

Number of Licensed Psychologists: 9

Does the Program hire former/current Fellows: yes

Duties of the Fellow:

·         Provide psychotherapeutic services, including opportunities for group, family, and couples therapy, within integrated care, community health setting

o   Placements include integrated outpatient medical clinic, school-based health clinic, and outpatient behavioral health clinic

·         Conduct treatment interventions with individuals from diverse backgrounds

·         Complete crisis evaluation and intervention rotation within an integrated urgent care unit one day per week

·         Collaboration and consultation with interdisciplinary staff utilizing team-based care approach on ongoing basis

·         Language skills are preferred if possible

Supervision and Seminars:

·         2.5 hours total of supervision weekly (this includes 1 hour of individual supervision and 1.5 hours of small group supervision per week by a licensed psychologist)

·         Opportunities for mentoring/training pre-docs and additional training seminars

·         Trainings offered to clinic staff twice a month as well as access to in-house continuing education trainings


Goals of the Fellowship: 

·         Obtain the additional supervision and clinical hours necessary for eligibility to sit for the licensing exam at the end of the training year

·         Develop competency working in an integrated care environment collaborating with treatment team members to produce positive treatment outcomes

·         Obtain clinical skills to work in varied treatment settings and gaining competency treating an array of presenting problems and psychiatric diagnoses

·         Build expertise working with specific populations and gain clinical competencies such as treatment with refugees, trauma-informed care, integrated care and health psychology, and substance use treatment

·         Build competency in crisis intervention and consultation 


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