Job opportunities

Openings for professionals in the field of child traumatic stress. The newest postings appear at the beginning of the page. Job opportunities will remain posted for candidates to view and submit resumes for three months.

Direct inquires about posting Job Opportunities to:jobs@nctsn.org or by fax at (310) 235-2612.

 

Bilingual Adult and Child Therapist

Organization: 
Family Services Inc.
Location: 
Rockville, MD
Summary: 

Offers counseling and case management services in a trauma informed care environment for women fleeing domestic violence and child witnesses of partner abuse. Provides clinical assessment, brief individual counseling, trauma recovery, child therapy and group counseling, as well as safety and discharge planning. The work schedule is flexible to include some evening hours to accommodate resident schedules. Fluency in English and Spanish is required.

Qualifications: 

Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology or closely related field, with a minimum of two years of relevant clinical experience, a portion of which should be in partner abuse or domestic violence. Must have expertise in Child and Family Therapy and demonstrate a commitment to serve a diverse community. Must possess a current Maryland license at the independent clinical practitioner level. (LGPC, LCPC, LGSW or LCSW). Fluency in English and Spanish is required.

Skills and Knowledge Required: 

1. Provides clinical assessment of new clients, including an initial safety plan to establish short term therapeutic goals with the client, within three business days of admission to the BAK Center.

2. Working collaboratively with the client and clinical team, develops a plan of action that includes safety planning, legal options, financial remedies, housing options, mental health and other individual goals as directed by the client’s needs.

3. Conducts and documents a full professional psychosocial assessment of each new adult client within one week of admission, and continues to meet with the client as often as needed. Identifies and addresses concerns including mental health diagnosis and trauma reaction symptoms, such as sleeping or eating changes.

4. Gathers information (with client signed permission) from previous treatment. Coordinates providers and makes referrals to address current symptoms and future follow up, (e.g. substance abuse, psychiatrist) as needed. Works closely with Case Coordinators to ensure that women develop life skills as identified in their plan of action; coordinates discharge and safety planning to ensure continuing services through APP or other community providers.

5. Offers weekly support group and parenting group (in English and in Spanish) on domestic violence education, victim recovery and empowerment in conjunction with other clinical programs and services. Provides child and family therapy services to address the impact of abuse on children who have witnessed domestic violence.

Attends weekly case consultation meetings, individual supervision and required trainings on both trauma informed care and domestic violence. Conducts care presentations as assigned. 

Ensures that clinical notes and critical incident reports are complete, timely and accurate. Maintains strict confidentiality of survivor records and information.

Other duties as assigned. This position description may be altered to comply with the needs of the program

Contact: 

Jonathan Peyer Recruiting Coordinator Family Services, Inc.

Part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System

Office Address:

620 East Diamond Ave Suite L

Gaithersburg, MD 20877

Mailing Address:

610 East Diamond Avenue Suite 100

Gaithersburg, MD 20877

Phone: (301) 840-3207

Fax: (240) 631-9356

Email: Jonathan.Peyer@fs-inc.org

Website: www.fs-inc.org

Postdoctoral Fellow/Early Career Psychologist

Organization: 
NYU Silver School of Social Work
Location: 
New York, NY
Summary: 

The Safe Mothers, Safe Children (SMSC) Project is an exciting collaboration between ACS and Silver School of Social Work, NYU. The initiative aims to improve the identification, case management, and treatment of mothers with trauma-related disorders who are raising young children, and receiving child welfare preventive services to reduce the risk of repeat maltreatment and to improve positive parenting.

We are currently recruiting for a full-time postdoctoral fellow to deliver an evidence-based mental health treatment for mothers in preventive services with histories of trauma/PTSD. Responsibilities for this position will include, but not be limited to:
  • Assessment of new referrals to the project
  • Delivery of a manualized mental health intervention in child welfare settings and ensuring client engagement
  • Participation in case discussions and staff meetings at participating agencies
  • Maintaining clinical documentation
  • Compliance with IRB regulatory requirements and procedures, including continuing education on ethics and conduct of research, consenting and assenting clients according to IRB standard guidelines
  • Providing technical assistance and training to staff from contract agencies
  • Assisting with database management and data analysis
  • Assisting with papers and presentations

Opportunities exist for clinical and outcomes research, clinical supervision. Training on trauma based interventions will be provided.

Qualifications: 

Applicants must have a doctoral degree in clinical psychology or related field from an APA-accredited doctoral program, must be licensed or license eligible in the state of New York and have at least 3 years of clinical experience providing evidence based clinical interventions. Prior experience with research, project management, trauma interventions and child welfare is a plus. Bilingual (English-Spanish) candidates are highly desirable.

Contact: 

Interested applicants should email a cover letter expressing interest in position and relevant experience and CV email to Dr. Sasha Stok (sasha.stok@nyu.edu) and Geetanjali Chugh (gc1932@nyu.edu).

Clinical Supervisor for Assessment Program (two openings)

Organization: 
WestCoast Children’s Clinic
Location: 
Oakland, CA
Summary: 
The Assessment Clinical Supervisor is responsible for supervision and/or consultation, and training of pre-doctoral interns, post-doctoral fellows, and licensed program staff in the Assessment Program of WestCoast Children's Clinic. The position also requires committee participation in Assessment Program staff meetings and projects.
Primary Responsibilities include:
  • Provides clinical supervision/consultation of assessments for pre-doctoral interns, post-doctoral fellows and clinical assessment staff.
  • Monitors quality of psychological reports.
  • Ensures compliance with WCC policies, procedures, and deadlines related to billing, record keeping, and documentation.
  • Tracks paperwork and billing to meet quality assurance standards.
  • Provides training in assessment including assessment overview, cognitive and learning assessment, projective and personality assessment, and collaborative assessment.
  • May conduct ongoing assessment case conference or provide consultation to clinical staff.
  • Collaborates on training with Assessment and Intern Training Program Directors and Assessment Supervisors. May assist in teaching assessment seminar.
  • In consultation with Assessment Program Director, identifies assessment-specific training needs and helps to oversee evaluation of interns, fellows and program staff.
  • Works on Assessment Program Projects in conjunction with organization and program goals.
  • Attends supervisor meetings and agency trainings as needed.
Qualifications: 
  • Doctoral level degree in Clinical Psychology, with California licensure.
  • Minimum of five years experience preferred in the field with administration, interpretation, and supervision of psychological assessment.
  • Experience with Therapeutic-Collaborative Assessment model.
  • Experience working with children, trauma, and the foster care/social service system.
  • Expertise and ability to handle both cognitive and psychological/emotional aspects of assessment.
  • Able to work as a team with other therapists, social workers and facilitate collaboration between professionals and systems.
  • Bilingual Spanish language skills required for one of the supervisor positions.
Skills and Knowledge Required: 
  • Multicultural awareness and competence.
  • Knowledgeable and flexible in working with students who are learning to administer, interpret, and write reports.
  • Good writing, communication, and organizational skills.
  • Teaching skills for child assessment – including cognitive, neuropsychological tests, projective measures, specifically expertise in the Rorschach.
  • Familiar and comfortable with both traditional and collaborative assessment, and able to use assessments as a tool of intervention.
Contact: 

If interested in applying, please use the online submission form at http://www.westcoastcc.org/work-here/ to submit your cover letter and resume describing how you meet these qualifications. Please note that cover letters are an important part of our applicant review process, so please ensure your cover letter is included when you apply. It is also helpful to let us know where you saw this posting.

WestCoast Children’s Clinic is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to diminishing the influence of privilege and discrimination in our field and our workplace, whether due to differences concerning age, citizenship, color, disability, marital or parental status, race, religion, gender or sexual orientation.

For more information, please visit www.westcoastcc.org.

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Residency Positions Available

Organization: 
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Location: 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Summary: 

Applications are currently being accepted for the APA Accredited Clinical Psychology Residency Program at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center with the emphasis in Pediatric Psychology. Child Emphasis area positions are available: (1) Pediatric Psychology and (2) HRSA. The training is based on the scientist/practitioner model, the OUHSC program emphasizes the training and development of psychologists who can assume leadership roles in clinical service delivery, research, and teaching. As such, all Residents receive innovative training in service delivery and engage in active research programs. Residents are required to spend at least 51% of their time in clinical activities and can spend the remaining time in research and professional development activities. Residents are required to attend the program’s didactics as well as complete a research project. They typically join ongoing faculty projects, but opportunities for independent research exist as well. Grant writing opportunities are available and strongly encouraged.

POSITIONS

Pediatric Psychology – General (1 position): Therapy, assessment, and consultation opportunities are available for Residents in a variety of pediatric clinics and inpatient services including hematology/oncology, pediatric transplant, and a hospital-wide consultation-liaison service. Specialty outpatient clinic rotations include pain management, behavioral sleep medicine, obesity, kidney transplant, liver transplant, assessment clinic, sickle cell disease, hemophilia, and pediatric cancer, including Brain Tumor Clinic and a late effects clinic for children and adolescents who have completed cancer treatment. Outpatient Primary Care Services are available in a general pediatrics clinic, Fostering Hope Clinic for children and adolescents in foster care placements, and a Latino Outreach Clinic. Residents provide services as part of a hospital-wide inpatient consultation-liaison service, working with the families of children and adolescents with a variety of acute and chronic medical conditions. Residents have the opportunity to consult for various medical specialties, participate as a member of multidisciplinary treatment teams, attend didactics regarding pediatrics and primary care, and participate in research projects and/or grant-writing. Training takes place at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences center, within the OU Children’s Hospital. More information about this program can be found at https://www.oumedicine.com/psychiatry/training-programs/residency-in-clinical-psychology

HRSA - (2 positions): These Residents will be trained to provide psychological services for children, adults, and families in primary care settings. The Resident positions are funded by the Health Research and Services Administration (HRSA) in the Department of Health and Human Services and are designed to prepare Clinical Psychology Residents to provide evidence-based services in settings that integrate primary and behavioral health services for underserved populations. The clinical experiences will be in a variety of settings, including a VA Primary Care Clinic; the Fostering Hope Clinic, a specialized clinic for children in foster care; the Variety Health Clinic, a community-based clinic; an Indian Health Service Clinic; and the Latino Clinic, a pediatric primary health care clinic for Spanish-speaking families. The Fellows will develop a training plan with their primary supervisor that includes a variety of didactic, clinical, and research activities and will participate in the Interdisciplinary Training Program in Child Abuse and Neglect (ITP), an award-winning two semester program, as part of the training. More information about the Fellowships can be found at http://www.oumedicine.com/psychiatry/training-programs/fellowship-in-clinical-psychology. Please contact Dr. Barbara Bonner (Barbara-Bonner@ouhsc.edu)for more information.

Contact: 

HOW TO APPLY

Applicants should submit a complete set of application materials via email to demaree-states@ouhsc.edu Material should include:

  • A letter of interest, including a discussion of training and career goals, including the status of your dissertation and/or completeness of all doctoral degree requirements.
  • A copy of your curriculum vitae containing background information, academic and clinical experience.
  • Three letters of reference.
  • A copy of your graduate transcript.

For program inquiries, contact:

Charlotte Rosko, Ph.D.

Director, Clinical Psychology Residency Program

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

920 Stanton L. Young Blvd., Room WP-3440

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104-5036

405-271-5253 ext. 47680

Therapist

Organization: 
Mountain Comprehensive Care Center
Location: 
Floyd County, KY/Martin County, KY
Summary: 

Mountain Comprehensive Care Center is seeking a full-time Hope Initiative Therapist for Floyd County, KY/Martin County, KY to work with children and adolescents who have experienced trauma. Requirements for the position are a Masters Degree in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work, or related degree with a provisional license (LPCA, CSW, LPA) or independent license (LPCC, LCSW, LPP).

Contact: 

Therapist

Organization: 
Mountain Comprehensive Care Center
Location: 
Pike County, KY
Summary: 

Mountain Comprehensive Care Center is seeking a full-time Hope Initiative Therapist for Pike County, KY to work with children and adolescents who have experienced trauma. Requirements for the position are a Masters Degree in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work, or related degree with a provisional license (LPCA, CSW, LPA) or independent license (LPCC, LCSW, LPP).

Contact: 

 Robert May Robert.May@mtcomp.org and Robin Gray Robin.Gray@mtcomp.org

School Psychologist

Organization: 
Monument Academy
Location: 
Washington, D.C.
Summary: 
About Monument Academy
Working with the most at-risk adolescents and established on an innovative model integrating excellent academics with evidence-based, trauma-informed practices, Monument Academy is a weekday boarding school that opened in the 2015-2016 and has a 5th and 6th grade and 80 students. The school is currently authorized to expand to 8th grade and maintains the goal of growing through high school so that students will graduate from Monument Academy. The mission of Monument Academy is to provide students, particularly those who have had or might have contact with the foster care system, with the requisite academic, social, emotional, and life skills to be successful in college, career, and community, and to create an outstanding school that attracts, supports, and retains exceptional and caring people.
 
About the Position
As a member of the well-being team, the school psychologist will play an integral role in the development and implementation of a mission-aligned Well-Being program throughout all aspects of the school. They also participate in all-school professional development and staff committee assignments (which may include PBIS, safety, staff morale and other committees). This individual will manage the classroom-based Well-being Coaches who focus on social-emotional learning.
 
Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
  • Promoting Monument Academy’s core values and model the highest behavior standards for staff and student at all times
  • Conducting neuropsychological and/or psychoeducational evaluations of students
  • Articulating test results to parents and MDT members in clear, understandable language attending to cultural sensitivity
  • Maintaining progress notes as required by school regulations
  • Facilitating staff training to enhance professional development
  • Supporting the crisis intervention team
  • Supervising a team of classroom-based Well-being Coaches who focus on social-emotional learning.
  • Participating in the development and review of Individual Education Plans (IEP) for special education students
  • Assisting with progress monitoring for student based interventions
  • Overseeing school wide intervention initiatives such as bully prevention.
  • Serving on the Positive Behavior Intervention and support (PBIS) team.
  • Conducting self harm, lethality, and sexulaized behavior risk assessments, Social History Assessments, Functional Behavior Assessments, and creating Behavior Intervention Plans.
  • Participating multidisciplinary team meetings.

Candidates should possess the following:

Character Traits and Values
  • Commitment to the mission of Monument Academy
  • Emotional self-regulation, patience, maturity and humility
  • Ability to take initiative and ownership of role and responsibilities
  • Excellent people skills
  • Respect for students, families, and staff
  • Ability to accept feedback
  • Proactive and able to anticipate issues and manage unanticipated events with thoughtfulness and grace
  • Commitment to positive and strengths-based behavioral approaches
  • Strong sense of ethical psychotherapy principles and confidentiality
  • Willingness to learn and grow in a new school environment
  • Commitment to teamwork
Qualifications: 
  • Educational or School Psychologist with training and/or experience in child and adolescent development and adult learning and a license or certificate to practice mental health in the District of Columbia
  • At least 1-2 years of experience managing a team to achieve results
  • 3-5 years of work experience in a school setting or program that works directly with at-risk youth, preferably in an urban/diverse educational setting
  • 1-3 years of experience providing individual and group therapy to youth and demonstrated success with urban and/or diverse adolescents with high social emotional needs
  • Experience working with students with special needs and technical knowledge of special education policies
  • Experience working with traumatized youth
  • Cultural competency in working with students and families from different racial, ethnic, linguistic, and sexual orientation backgrounds
  • Ability to connect with families/caregivers
  • Experience with family therapy a plus
  • Experience working with or knowledge of the foster care system a plus
  • Excellent quantitative and analytical skills for understanding and interpreting data to inform instruction and other practices
  • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills
  • Outstanding organizational skills and ability to prioritize, delegate, manage time and tasks to meet deadlines
  • Proven track record working collaboratively with a team
Contact: 

To Apply

Please apply on-line and submit your resume and cover letter at www.monumentacademy.org Prior to uploading files, please name the documents as follows:

  • YOURLASTNAME.YOURFIRSTNAME.Resume.SP
  • YOURLASTNAME.YOURFIRSTNAME.CoverLetter.SP
Compensation
Competitive compensation commensurate with experience. Monument Academy is committed to its policy of full inclusion and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation or national and ethnic origin in hiring and employment, nor in the administration of its educational policies, or admissions policies.

Exempt Limited Duration Employee (Project Manager)

Organization: 
Oakland ReCAST, Human Services Department
Location: 
Oakland, CA
Summary: 

SALARY: $55.35 per/hour or $8,994.36 per/mo.to $61.66 per/hour or $10,019.75 per/mo. Commensurate with experience, includes benefits

BACKGROUND: Oakland ReCAST (Resiliency in Communities After Stress and Trauma) led by the City of Oakland’s Human Services Department (HSD), will promote resiliency and equity for Oakland’s high-risk youth and adults most affected by trauma, violence, and civil unrest. A multi-sector coalition of stakeholders will work together to improve behavioral health and reduce trauma among the highest-risk young people and their families, empower community residents, and improve community-police relations. The goals of the initiative are: (1) Provide coordinated training to community-based social service providers and law enforcement entities to increase use of trauma-informed practices; (2) Expand access to trauma-informed behavioral health services by enhancing use of evidence-based models among City-funded human service programs and developing a service pipeline to County-funded services, and (3) Support the work of community partners to address tensions in law enforcementcommunity relations and to promote community resiliency and healing.

THE POSITION: The City of Oakland is currently recruiting to fill an Exempt Limited Duration Employee (Project Manager) within the Human Services Department. This position is limited to one-year in duration and includes benefits and upon confirmation of grant renewal, the position will become permanent. This position will be responsible for the direction, management and implementation of Oakland ReCAST a five year grant, $1 million per year, beginning winter 2016. The Incumbent will report to the Human Services Department Director. The ideal candidate is creative, a strong leader, has strong facilitation skills, excellent written and oral communication skills, experience working in the public sector, has the ability to partner and lead a multi-disciplinary, multi-agency collaborative, and possesses a background in behavioral health, health care and/ or violence prevention, or related field.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

  • Facilitate and lead a multi-disciplinary, multi-agency collaborative focused on resilience and trauma informed care.
  • Coordinate trauma informed care services.
  • Plan, organize, manage, participate in and direct the work of the project including the development, successful implementation, and quality control aspects of Oakland ReCAST.
  • Prepare long-range plans in coordination with City departments, other divisions, and other public agencies; develop policies and procedures for establishing costs, schedule controls and coordinating activities.
  • Formulate strategies and establish priorities to achieve objectives.
  • Negotiate and administer contracts with project participants and service providers; resolve conflicts in a timely manner satisfying the client’s needs, the designer’s concepts and in keeping with the budgetary constraints and established schedule.
  • Analyze proposed and current project management regulations and develop recommendations for implementation compliance.
  • Prepare or review staff reports and resolutions for the City Administrator, City Council, or Commissions and all required grant reporting.
  • Work closely with department representatives, the City Council, public and private groups, professional groups, and citizens to explain or coordinate plans for proposed projects and to solicit their support.
  • Direct the preparation and administration of project budgets.
  • Prepare cost forecasts, variances, and critical paths including project closeout procedures; maintain master schedule and inform management of potential conflicts.
  • Manage, assign, supervise, and evaluate assigned staff; provide training and staff development. 
Qualifications: 

Any combination of education and experience that is equivalent to the following minimum qualifications is acceptable.

Education:

Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in City and Regional Planning, Public Administration, Public Health, Social Welfare or closely related field with an emphasis on planning and policy development is required.

A Master's degree is highly desirable. Four years of progressively responsible work experience in strategic or long-range planning, managing a large-scale violence prevention program or related effort, and supervising staff providing social services. Experience in program management is desirable. Additional Qualifications: Bilingual skills in Spanish, Cantonese and Mandarin are desirable.

Experience: 

Two years of progressively responsible public sector experience in relevant project management, including two years in a supervisory capacity.

Skills and Knowledge Required: 

Knowledge of:

  • The principles and practices of planning and policy development for violence prevention and/or behavioral health programs including trauma informed care;
  • Principles and practices of project management.
  • Principles and practices of management and supervision.
  • English punctuation, syntax, language mechanics and spelling.
  • Contract negotiation and administration.
  • Conflict resolution techniques.
  • Principles of budget development and monitoring including development of control measures to remain within budget.
  • Personal computer systems and applications.
  • Principles and techniques for persuasive presentation of ideas and concepts in both oral and written formats.  Partnership building and community relations techniques.
  • Community engagement methods.
  • Project Evaluation.

Desirable skill/Experience: 

  • Knowledge of trauma informed care and resilience frameworks
  • Experience working with Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) projects, health care and/ or behavioral health field.
  • Understanding of local government- municipal and county

Abililty to: 

  • Prepare and administer departmental budgets.
  • Negotiate and administer a variety of contracts.
  • Develop and maintain positive relationships with community leaders and members, organizations, businesses and staff.
  • Prepare, analyze and interpret complex reports (including grant reporting) of a general or technical nature.
  • Coordinate a variety of projects and activities inter-departmentally and with outside agencies.
  • Plan, organize, direct and coordinate a variety of functional specialties with overlapping work areas.
  • Supervise, train and direct subordinate professional and support staff.
  • Interpret and enforce administrative/operational policies, practices and procedures.
  • Work independently and set priorities.
  • Analyze and solve problems of a complex nature.
  • Maintain departmental and state safety standards.
  • Analyze complex technical and administrative information and telecommunications systems problems, evaluate alternative solutions and recommend or adopt effective courses of action.
  • Communicate effectively and persuasively in both oral and written format.
  • Speak in large and small group settings.

LICENCE OR CERTIFICATE / OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

Successful incumbents in this position are expected to operate automotive vehicles in the performance of assigned duties. Due to the nature of the assignment and the hours worked, public transportation may not be a cost effective or efficient method for traveling to the various locations required. Individuals who are appointed to this position will be required to maintain a valid California Driver's License throughout the tenure of employment OR demonstrate the ability to travel to various locations in a timely manner as required in the performance of duties. Additional relevant licensing or certification may be required based upon project needs or requirements.

Contact: 

Please submit a cover letter and resumé via email with the subject line: Oakland Recast Project Manager to mshah@oaklandnet.com

City of Oakland is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Bilingual Trauma Therapist

Organization: 
Family Services Inc
Location: 
Silver Spring, MD
Summary: 

Provides trauma therapy services to children and adults in the Long Branch community of Silver Spring, MD.

-Provides a full range of trauma treatment modalities including individual, group and family to clients, some of whom may have limited English proficiency. Provides treatment services in various sites including the Takoma Park East Silver Spring office, schools, community centers and other community sites in response to client needs. Provides services complaint with the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and all other relevant federal, state and County laws, regulations policies and procedures regarding confidentiality of client record and record-keeping systems. Attend community meetings, forums, hearings, etc. as requested by the County and develops discharge and transition plans for all clients served. Services provided during daytime and evening hours.

Qualifications: 

Maintains any one of the following licenses in good standing in the State of Maryland: Licensed Certified Social Worker – Clinical (LCSW-C), Licensed Certified Professional Counselor (LCPC) or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT). Requires satisfactory completion of background check process (FBI, State, and Child Protective Services). A current, valid driver’s license, proof of auto insurance (which meets minimum Maryland state requirements), and a current driving record with less than 4 points are also required

Skills and Knowledge Required: 

Is knowledgeable and experienced in the treatment of children and adults who have experienced severe trauma; has experience working with multidisciplinary staff; has experience working with multicultural clients; and has bilingual English-Spanish capability advance proficiency.

Contact: 
Jonathan Peyer
Recruiting Coordinator
Family Services, Inc.
Part of the Sheppard Pratt Health System
Phone: (301) 840-3207
Fax: (240) 631-9356

Psychologist III

Organization: 
Kennedy Krieger Institute
Location: 
Baltimore, MD
Summary: 

The Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress (CCFTS) at Kennedy Krieger Institute has a position open for a Psychologist III.

CCFTS, located in Baltimore Maryland is a Center that uses mental health treatment, training and research to address the negative impacts of exposures to neglect, abuse and violence. For information about our program, please go to: https://www.kennedykrieger.org/patient-care/patient-care-centers/traumatic-stress-center/treatment

We are currently seeking a senior level psychologist to supervise psychology staff, psychology interns, and coordinates/manages projects which they have been assigned. In addition, he/she will provide direct service to clients and have the opportunity to become involved in research and/or training. 

Responsibilities include:

  • Fulfills all of the responsibilities and duties of a clinical or counseling psychologist.
  • Provides treatment to clients including diagnostic interview and therapy through individual, group, family, or marital treatment. In addition, collaborates with public agencies to facilitate achievement of goals related to the treatment plan.
  • Maintains client activity at the projected level set by administrative staff and maintains the medical record for each client which includes diagnostic interview note, ongoing contact notes, MHP treatment plan, and discharge note.
  • Supervises and conducts performance evaluations for psychology staff/graduate students through regular meetings and review of documentation to address clinical practice, professional development, productivity, documentation compliance, and time management.
  • Coordinates/manages clinics or projects to which they have been assigned.
  • Assists the Director and assumes leadership with the development of innovative programs, training, and research initiatives and assists in securing funding, grants, as needed.
  • Responsible for administrative oversight and supervision of staff providing clinical services and clinic coordination.

Requirements:

  • Must possess a Ph.D. or Psy.D. with emphasis in Clinical or Counseling Psychology.
  • Must be a licensed psychologist in the state of Maryland.
  • APA approved internship as well one year of supervised experience post doc
  • Five (5) years’ experience in providing psychological evaluation, psychotherapy, and supervision.
  • Some management experience preferred

The Kennedy Krieger Institute provides an excellent benefits package that includes health insurance, tuition reimbursement, paid time off, and a company-matched retirement plan.

Individuals interested in learning more about our employment opportunities may apply through the Kennedy Krieger Institute careers page at: www.jobs.kennedykrieger.org; JOB ID: 2235

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Protected Vet