Child Therapy and Assessment Postdoc - Maryland
We are a group private practice in the Northern Washington DC suburbs rapidly expanding and seeking to add another Psychology Associate. Our greatest area of need is for a clinician who is experienced in working with children (mainly ages 12 and under) and their families with CBT and play therapy approaches. Opportunities for assessment abound from our long waitlist of children and adolescents seeking testing to rule out ADHD, Learning Disabilities, and Autism. Weekly therapy and assessment supervision provided in accordance with Maryland guidelines. Join our collegial team of 23 therapists (4 of whom would also be at the postdoctoral level) with diverse specialties. Caseload expectation would be roughly 20 individual or family therapy clients per week and two comprehensive assessments per month. Monthly postdoc group in addition to monthly clinical meetings. Administrative and billing support provided. Four days in the office per week (Monday, Thursday, and Friday from 11am-7pm and Saturdays from 9am-5pm) with one day telework for report writing. Prefer an associate who is looking for a long-term position who can sit for the EPPP within 6 months. Annual stipend is $55,000 with two weeks paid leave. Significant raise once licensed. Please send a cover letter and CV and if selected for an interview, a de-identified psychoeducational report and contact information for references. Thank you for your interest!
Carrie Singer, Psy.D.
Clinical Director, Quince Orchard Psychotherapy LLC
60 Market Street, Suite 213 Gaithersburg, MD 20878
365 W. Patrick Street, Suite 205 Frederick, MD 21701
19733 Executive Park Circle Germantown, MD 20874
Kennedy Krieger Institute Child and Family Therapy Postdoctoral Fellowship
NEURODEVELOPMENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHENOTYPING - NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH, BETHESDA, MD AND SURROUNDING AREA (posted 2/5/17)
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Outpatient Pediatric Obesity, Division of Pediatric Psychology and Neurology, Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital, Baltimore (posted 12/23/16)
Postdoctoral fellowship position is a combination of Outpatient Psychological Treatment and Assessment and the Weigh Smart Program within the Center for Pediatric Weight Management and Healthy Living. The Weigh Smart Program is an interprofessional individual and group based program, where psychology works closely with medicine, nutrition and physical therapy to coordinate care.
The fellow in this position will be expected to provide psychotherapy services and psychological assessments to children and adolescents (2-18 years) with a wide range of medical and psychological conditions. They will have leadership roles in The Weigh Smart Program’s evaluation clinic, participate actively in leading groups, and provide direct treatment to families of obese children. The position provides opportunities to provide training and supervision of psychology interns and trainees, community presentations, program development, and outcome research. This position provides supervised group and individual therapy with children (2-18 years) and families in the Weigh Smart Program, bariatric surgery program and the Weigh Smart Jr. Program.
This position is one year in duration, with supervision and training provided by a licensed psychologist on faculty. Positions are open to graduates from APA approved doctoral programs that have completed their internship training. Applicants who have completed their completed their doctoral degree prior to the start of fellowship are preferred. The fellows will receive regular supervision from psychology faculty. Applicants should have a background in behavioral, as well as cognitive-behavioral assessment/treatment, and experience in clinical child and/or pediatric psychology. Start date is August or September 2017. Excellent benefits, competitive salary, and free parking are available.
To apply send a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and 3 letters of recommendation to: Elizabeth Getzoff Testa, Ph.D., Director of Pediatric Psychology Postdoctoral Program, by email or mailed to Division of Pediatric Psychology and Neuropsychology, Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital, 1708 West Rogers Avenue Baltimore, MD 21209. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and accepted until the position is filled.
For all applications and questions please contact Dr. Elizabeth Getzoff Testa at (410) 578-5092 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital is an Equal Employment Opportunity Facility. Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital (www.mwph.org) is a jointly owned corporate affiliate of The University of Maryland Medical System and The Johns Hopkins Health System. Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity or gender, and encourages individuals from all walks of life to apply.
Psychologist Position, Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress (CCFTS), Kennedy Krieger Institute, Baltimore (posted 12/7/16)
Pediatric Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore (posted 11/12/16)
Postdoctoral Fellowships, Division of Pediatric Psychology and Neuropsychology, Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital, Baltimore (posted 10/24/16)
For all applications and questions please contact Dr. Elizabeth Getzoff Testa at(410) 578-5092 or Email: email@example.com
Postdoctoral Fellowship, The Tree House Child Advocacy Center (CAC) of Montgomery County, Maryland (posted 10/20/16, deadline 1/15/17)
Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Child & Family Clinical Psychological Services, Child & Family Center, Salisbury & Easton (posted 10/8/16)
The primary responsibilities of this position will be to provide outpatient therapy to children, teens and adults presenting with a wide variety of emotional and behavioral challenges. Specific attention will be given to the successful treatment of attention and anxiety disorders in children and teens using research based methods. Additional responsibilities include conducting psychoeducational evaluations and writing comprehensive reports. A smaller portion of the position will involve coordinating and overseeing undergraduate interns. Additional experience is offered by means of an associated non-profit organization for teenage girls. This opportunity offers additional experience with mentoring, business and psychological research.
Experience in working with diverse populations is expected as well as a particular interest in working with children and teens. Cultural sensitivity should be demonstrated through previous clinical work, research, and coursework.
The position includes 2 hours of one-on-one, face-to-face supervision with a Licensed Clinical Psychologist each week. The fellow also receives supervision, oversight, and training related to establishing and maintaining a caseload in a group private practice setting.
Child and Adolescent Psychologist Position, Center for Child and Family Traumatic Stress (CCFTS), Kennedy Krieger Institute, Baltimore (posted 6/20/16)
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Pediatric Psychology Clinic and Consultation Service, Kennedy Krieger Institute/Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (posted 3/5/16)
The fellowship provides advanced training in the provision of behavioral, cognitive-behavioral and psychological services to children and adolescents with health conditions requiring ongoing medical care, procedures, and disease management regimens. Services are provided to children/adolescents and their families to facilitate treatment adherence, behavioral and psychological coping and adjustment, pain and anxiety management, and optimize behavioral health outcomes. Fellows gain clinical experience in comprehensive behavioral assessment, as well as provision of behavioral and cognitive-behavioral interventions during individual therapy, parent training, family therapy, and consultation with medical and allied health care professionals. Common referral concerns include desensitization and behavioral training for medical procedures, addressing barriers to coping with new diagnoses, improving regimen adherence and disease self-management, and shaping functional behavior in child and adolescent rehabilitation patients (with or without intellectual and development disabilities). Commonly seen medical conditions include: traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, rehabilitation form CNS tumor or infection, chronic pain (e.g., CRPS, migraine), orthopedic injuries and surgeries, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, spina bifida, sickle cell disease, cystic fibrosis, pulmonary and sleep disorders, diabetes, obesity, and mental health conditions associated with these medical conditions. Fellows work closely with faculty mentors and interdisciplinary teams in the care of patients with rare and/or highly complex medical, developmental and mental health presentations.
Fellows also help to provide inpatient consultation-liaison services to JHH (acute medical) and KKI (interdisciplinary rehabilitation) inpatient children’s hospital units as primary therapist and may assist faculty psychologists with service administration and mentoring doctoral interns.
Fellows maintain an outpatient caseload of diverse medical patients at two locations (main hospital campus and a busy satellite office location).