Pediatric Psychology Fellowship Program at Gundersen Health System in La Crosse, Wisconsin. (posted 9/14/17)
Gundersen Health System is pleased to offer a one year Pediatric Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship accepting one applicant for the fall of 2018. Our program aims to further develop and strengthen future clinicians' ability to assess and treat a wide variety of mental health concerns within the medical population. The fellow will be expected to see an average of 20 direct patient care hours per week. Fellowship start date is anticipated to be September 4, 2018, but may be somewhat flexible based on the fellow chosen for the position.
The Pediatric Psychology Fellow will gain clinical experience under the supervision of Licensed Clinical Psychologists working across the hospital setting. The Pediatric Psychology Fellow will be offered opportunities to gain additional experience providing outpatient therapy; outpatient IQ/Achievement and ADHD testing services; inpatient consultation and liaison; working on multidisciplinary treatment teams; conducting crisis evaluation; and group therapy services. Services provided are short-term and evidenced-based. There is also potential for research collaboration and teaching opportunities. The Fellow will also have regularly scheduled supervision and didactic seminars. Opportunity to attend hospital wide Grand Rounds and Continuing Education conferences will also be available. Career development opportunities including licensure support will also be provided.
The Fellow will be physically located on Gundersen‘s main campus in La Crosse, WI. The Fellow will have an office located in Outpatient Behavioral Health, in which they will see outpatient and testing patients. The Fellow will also interact with staff and patients on the Pediatrics Unit, Pediatrics Intensive Care Unit and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit through the consultation and liaison service. The Fellow will be included in multidisciplinary teams in the Pediatric Specialties and Pediatric Neurology departments, including Pediatric Allergy; Pediatric Gastroenterology; Pediatric Endocrinology; Pediatric Cardiology; Pediatric Hematology/Oncology; Pediatric Comprehensive Weight Management; and Pediatric Neurology. Formal participation in Cystic Fibrosis clinic and Pediatric Headache Clinic opportunities will also be available. The Fellow will regularly collaborate with the system's Pediatricians, who represent a significant referral source.
Applicants are required to have completed a Clinical Ph.D. or Psy.D. program at an APA accredited graduate program, have completed all program requirements including dissertation prior to their potential start date, and will have successfully completed an APA accredited internship. An exceptional candidate for this fellowship program will have a training background providing psychological services to similar populations their practicum and internship experiences. Previous experience working in a medical center and practice of cognitive behavioral interventions is highly preferred. Candidates who complete this training program will be well qualified to continue their career working in a medical setting.
For additional information about our program, program supervisors, benefits and how to apply, please visit our website at: http://www.gundersenhealth.org/medical-education/fellowship-programs/psy...
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Erin L. Millard, Psy.D.
APA Continuing Education Director
Gundersen Health System
Psychologist Waisman Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison (posted 2/19/17)
Education: Doctoral degree in clinical, school or counseling psychology required.
Appointment Percentage: 50% – 100%
Number of Positions: 1
Full Time Salary Rate: minimum $70,000 annual – depending on qualifications.
Minimum Number of years or type of relevant work experience:
1) Clinical training and/or experience with assessment and behavioral consultation with children and/or adolescents is required.
2) Assessment skills in areas such as cognitive, adaptive, and socio-emotional/behavioral functioning are required.
3) Pre- or post-doctoral training and/or work experience in human participant research is required. Research experience involving testing with a range of assessment instruments preferred.
- 7 years of related professional work experience required for appointment at the senior level.
The Waisman Center's Clinical Translational Core (CTC) addresses the challenges facing scientists who conduct behavioral and bio-behavioral research on special populations such as individuals with autism, fragile X syndrome (FXS), and Down syndrome (DS). In addition, research programs examine issues such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and stress/trauma related disorders, as well as children at other forms of developmental risk.
The CTC psychologist will 1) provide leadership for the psychological services delivered through the CTC, and 2) provide direct clinical services for the Waisman Center Developmental Disabilities Clinic.
The psychologist is responsible for conducting, coordinating and leading behavioral assessments, diagnostic assessments, design of experiments, and psychological consultation through the CTC and will assist investigators in dealing with research problems. The psychologist will also lead and participate in interdisciplinary assessments for children and adolescents with stress-related disorders, family dysfunction, developmental disabilities (especially autism spectrum disorder), genetic disorders (e.g. FXS and DS), and challenging behavioral issues.
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To be considered for this position, applicant materials must be submitted online. Applicants will be asked to upload a cover letter and resume detailing their interest and qualifications as it relates to the position.
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Applicants with the following experiences should note this in their cover letter (these are not required qualifications):
- Specialized training/experience in developmental disabilities.
- Clinical or research experience with autism specific diagnostic measures, such as the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS).
- Experience providing clinical supervision to graduate trainees.
Questions about the position can also be directed to Choutae Yang at 608-263-5671 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To ensure consideration for this position, applications must be received by March 13, 2017.
University of Wisconsin-Madison is an affirmative action/equal employment employer and we encourage women, minorities, veterans, and people with disabilities to apply.
POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS IN CHILD/ADOLESCENT & PEDIATRIC PSYCHOLOGY, MARSHFIELD CLINIC, MARSHFIELD (posted 11/12/16, deadline 2/13/17)
We know there are many opportunities to choose from for fellowship and we’d like to provide you with some information about why the Marshfield Clinic Fellowship program is worth considering. In our program’s 25 years we have seen our fellows excel here and enter the profession at an advanced level. See the Outcome Data section of our website, which includes placement and alumni survey results, to get a sense for the value a fellowship at Marshfield may add to your career. We invite you to read the information below, learn about us and see if our program may be a great fit for you.
Marshfield Clinic offers 2-year, full-time psychology fellowships in child/adolescent and pediatric psychology.
The Pediatric Psychology fellowship position provides training in clinical work with children and adolescents with medical problems, including outpatients and inpatients in the pediatric, pediatric intensive care, and neonatal intensive care units. The fellowship position in Child/Adolescent Clinical Psychology provides training in clinical work with children and adolescents with a wide range of behavioral and emotional disorders through the Clinic’s outpatient psychiatry department, Child Development Center, and the Clinic’s pediatric weight management service. Both fellowships include intensive individual supervision and weekly seminars. Fellows must complete an APA-accredited graduate program and internship and have their doctorate prior to starting the fellowship. Annual stipend is $48,659 with excellent benefits. The application deadline is February 13th, 2017 and the start date is September 5th, 2017. Marshfield Clinic is a tertiary-care medical clinic with over 700 physicians that adjoins a 300 + bed teaching and children’s hospital. Located in central Wisconsin, Marshfield is a charming community of 20,000 with excellent schools and easy access to Minneapolis, Madison, Milwaukee and Chicago. For further information and application materials, please visit our website:
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