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Post Doctoral Psychology Fellow

(Posted 4/11/17)
Hope Haven Psychological Resource is currently seeking a full time Post Doctoral Psychology Fellow (children's track) to join our clinical team.
This position has a one (1) year term with a possible second and third year agreement.

Postdoctoral Fellow will receive 7 PTO/Sick Leave (or 56 hours) Days Annually, as well as nine (9) paid holidays per calendar year, to include 7 Observed Agency Holidays
Flexible Schedule                   
Weekly supervision

Must have experience and a passion for providing mental health services to children, adolescents, and their adult caregivers.
Position will include Psychological Testing and Report Writing for children, youth and adults.
Post Doc must have experience with Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, and Psychological Testing.
Clinical Didactic: Postdoctoral Fellow will receive twice a month Reading Didactic
Continuing Education: Postdoctoral Fellow will receive $200.00 to utilize towards Continuing Education Workshop, Conference, or Training
Private Practice Administrative Training Rotation (Optional): Post-doctoral Fellow will receive training, shadow, and gain experience pertinent to the administration and financial aspects of operating a Behavioral Health Private Practice.

For consideration please email a cover letter and vita/resume to Dr. Benetta Johnson
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $31,500.00 /year
Required education: Master's
Required experience:  Doctoral Degree in Psychology: 4 years
Required license or certification:  License Eligible

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Pediatric and Clinical Child Psychology, St. Mary's Center for Children, Evansville (posted 11/4/16)

St. Mary’s Center for Children has an opening for a one-year postdoctoral fellowship.  Starting date is flexible between July 1st and September 10th, 2017.
 
The fellow will receive advanced, onsite training in the evaluation, assessment, and treatment of youth with a variety of issues, which will include carrying a caseload of follow-up therapy patients through the fellowship year.  Focus is placed on using evidence-based methods of assessment and treatment, and work within larger multi-disciplinary teams.  More specific training will be provided within specialty areas of autism spectrum disorders, disruptive behaviors in young children, and pediatric consultation/liaison. The fellow will be supervised by a team of licensed pediatric psychologists.
 
The fellow will also work closely in providing ongoing evaluation and treatment for children on the autism spectrum.  Group social skills training will be part of this experience. A component of the training will also involve integration of behavioral health consultation into a family practice on campus. Further training with pediatric consult and liaison services, including within the context of an accredited pediatric trauma program, will also be part of the training year.  In addition, the fellow will also be imbedded for a part of the experience in an innovative, community-based early childhood program within the local school district.  Depending on the fellow’s level of interest, opportunities for exposure to treatment of pediatric feeding problems within the transdisciplinary Pediatric Feeding Program may also be available. Significant opportunities will be possible to partner with this and other local agencies in providing coordinated services within the community. 
 
Regular didactic activities will be available.  Opportunities for supervision and ongoing research will be provided.
 
St. Mary’s Medical Center
 
St. Mary's Center for Children is part of a larger, vibrant medical community in the heart of Evansville, Indiana.  St. Mary’s Medical Center is a member of Ascension Health, the nation's largest Catholic-sponsored, not-for-profit health system. It provides numerous services to the tri-state area, especially to disadvantaged populations.  The community of Evansville, Indiana has been ranked as one of the top cities in the United States to relocate families. 
 
Application Process
1.      Letter of application delineating specific interests and goals for fellowship
2.      Current curriculum vitae
3.      Three letters of professional reference
4.      Two samples of clinical reports should be provided.  One sample should be a comprehensive psychological evaluation report.  Any identifying information should be removed.
 
Applications will be reviewed as they are received and interviews and offers will be made on a rolling basis.  Applicants are encouraged to send in materials as soon as possible.  Any inquiries can be made by contacting Dr. Jim Schroeder at 812-485-7816 or jschroeder@stmarys.org.  All materials should be sent to the following address, or the aforementioned email:
 
St. Mary’s Center for Children
Attn:  Jim Schroeder, Ph.D., HSPP
3700 Washington Avenue
Evansville, IN 47750

Post-Doctoral Fellow Appointment, Hope Haven Psychological Resource, LLC, Indianapolis (posted 4/2/16)

This appointment is a full time (40-50 Hours per Week) position with a start date of Fall
2016 (specifics negotiable).
 
This position has a one (1) year term with a possible second and third year agreement.
Extension of a second and third year will be discussed no less than 90 days prior to the
end of the first year term.
 
Position will include a major focus on child, youth, and family therapy, with experiences
providing therapy in office, school, and shelter settings. Psychological Assessment
experience and knowledge is required.
 
Below you will find an outline of the benefits for the 2016-2017 Postdoctoral Psychology
Fellow position:
 
1) Annual Salary: $31,500

2) Medical and Dental Insurance: Health Plans are not provided for this position

3) Other Insurance:
a. Hope Haven will reimburse 100% of your Individual Professional Liability
Insurance for the 2016-2017 Postdoctoral Term
b. Hope Haven will pay 100% of your State Required Worker’s Compensation
Insurance

4) Time-Off Accruals: Postdoctoral Fellow will receive 7 PTO/Sick Leave (or 56 hours)
Days Annually, as well as nine (9) paid holidays per calendar year, to include 7
Observed Agency Holidays (see attached)

5) Supervision: Postdoctoral Fellow will receive a minimum of 1.5 hours of weekly
supervision

6) Clinical Didactic: Postdoctoral Fellow will receive twice a month Reading Didactic plus
once monthly video conferencing workshop conducted by the International
Psychoanalytic Institute (IPI) September 2016-May 2017

7) Conference: Postdoctoral Fellow will receive $200.00 to utilize towards Continuing
Education Workshop, Conference, or Training

8) Private Practice Training Rotation (Optional): Post-doctoral Fellow will receive training,
shadow, and gain experience pertinent to the administration and financial aspects of
operating a Behavioral Health Private Practice.
 
Interested persons please forward a Cover Letter and Vita to Dr. Benetta Johnson, Ph.D., HSPP,
bjohnson@hopehavenpsych.org

Child/Pediatric Clinical Psychologist Position, Deaconess Hospital, Evansville (posted 12/6/15)

Deaconess Clinic is seeking a full-time Child/Pediatric Clinical Psychologist specializing in general behavioral intervention strategies who will be part of a Behavioral Health team comprised of seven providers. The primary responsibility of this position will be to deliver outpatient diagnostic and treatment services to patients served by Deaconess Clinic.   Requirements: licensed (or license eligible) in the State of Indiana with HSPP certification; ADOS training. Experience in empirically supported treatments strongly preferred.   Productivity based compensation formula with an initial 12 month salary guarantee. An excellent benefit package is available.  Come be part of the largest group of healthcare providers in the tri-state area.   Licensed or license eligible in the State of Indiana with HSPP certification.
 
Deaconess Health System Overview 2015
 
Deaconess was founded in 1892 by a group of Protestant ministers and laymen who felt called to care for the sick. More than 120 years later, Deaconess still cares for the sick and strives daily to meet our mission of providing quality health care services with a compassionate and caring spirit to the people in the Tri-State.
 
Thanks to the foresight and leadership of our administrative team, Deaconess Health System has grown to meet the evolving needs of our community.  The cumulative knowledge, training, and experience of our physicians and other care team members makes it possible to access high-level care while remaining close to home. Currently, Deaconess Health System operates six hospitals in southern Indiana. They include:
  • Deaconess Hospital - a 295-bed acute-care facility located in downtown Evansville
  • Deaconess Gateway Hospital – a 166-bed acute-care facility located in Warrick County, Indiana
  • Deaconess Cross Pointe – a behavioral health hospital with 60 inpatient beds and a wide range of outpatient programs
  • The Women’s Hospital – A freestanding hospital dedicated to the health care of women and newborns
  • The Heart Hospital – An acute-care  24 bed hospital dedicated to heart and vascular care
  • HealthSouth Deaconess Rehabilitation Hospital – A comprehensive medical rehabilitation hospital
Other Deaconess Health System services and facilities include the Deaconess Chancellor Center for Oncology, Deaconess Riley Children’s Services, Deaconess Breast Center, Deaconess Clinic, Deaconess Urgent Care Centers, Evansville Surgery Centers, Deaconess Primary Care for Seniors, Research Institute of Deaconess Clinic, and Midwest Radiologic Imaging.
 
Primary and Specialty Care
Now more than ever, it’s important for patients to have a primary care physician. This physician serves as the captain of the healthcare experience, navigating the patient through unfamiliar waters toward better health. Residents in the Tri-State can find a primary care physician that best meets their needs at a location close to home or work. These physicians also serve as a vital link to Deaconess Clinic Specialists with expertise in everything from allergies to urology. Visit www.deaconess.com to check out our 21 locations and 100+ doctors.
 
Interested candidates may apply via our Career Center in our Website.  Job postings number is 433.  A resume may be forwarded also to Bob Scheller in Human Resources Generalist at bob.scheller@deaconess.com. 

Pediatric Neuropsychologist Position, Department of Neurology, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis (posted 11/6/15)

The Neuropsychology Section in the Department of Neurology at the Indiana University School of Medicine (http://neurology.medicine.iu.edu) and Indiana University Health Physicians has an immediate opening for a Pediatric Neuropsychologist. Responsibilities will include coordination and provision of clinical assessment services, participation in multidisciplinary treatment teams (e.g., pediatric epilepsy conference, pediatric brain tumor board) at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health, supervision of pre- and post-doctoral trainees and staff, and participation in the overall academic mission. Major patient populations include neurosurgery, oncology, epilepsy, and TBI, as well as a broad range of complex medical disorders.
 
While this is a primarily clinical position, there are opportunities for participation in research, including structural and functional neuroimaging studies in IU’s Center for Neuroimaging (http://neuroimaging.medicine.iu.edu) and ongoing collaborations in medical disease (e.g., oncology, growth hormone deficiency, diabetes, sickle cell, renal). Requirements include post-doctoral training in pediatric neuropsychology and eligibility for licensure in Indiana.
 
Preference will be given to ABCN-eligible clinicians experienced with the above patient populations. Qualified individuals interested in this opportunity should submit 1) a short letter of interest including career goals and 2) a curriculum vitae by email to aworzala@iu.edu attention Brenna C. McDonald, PsyD, ABPP.
 
Indianapolis is the 12th largest city in the nation, and is the state capitol of Indiana. It is consistently ranked as one of the cleanest and safest cities in the country. The cost of living is below the national average and despite tremendous growth, the city remains relatively unspoiled. The city enjoys a healthy arts community with internationally recognized orchestra and ballet companies, and is home to the world’s largest children’s museum. While Indianapolis may be best known for auto racing, it is also now recognized as an amateur sports center and the home of professional football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, soccer and hockey teams.
 
Indiana University is an EEO/AA Employer, M/F/D.