the Psychologist I will provide psychological treatment services and psychodiagnostic assessments for outpatient clients at CARD. The Psychologist I will also provide training to parents, paraprofessionals and professionals. Primary clinical responsibilities will be for patients aged 2 through young adult.
Responsibilities Provide direct fee for service services in the CARD clinic to include treatment (individual sessions, consultations, dyads and groups, child and/or child/family), and psychodiagnostic assessment (behavioral assessment, psychological testing). Participate in interdisciplinary staff meetings as needed to discuss and evaluate the diagnoses and treatment/management of patients and formulate rehabilitation plans. Provide interpretative information to parents and/or primary caregivers (including teachers, therapists); may provide short-term counseling to parents for effecting changes in child management. Initiate and participate in innovative programs and research projects. Assist CARD psychology supervisors in the development of research initiatives. Design and conduct presentations nationally, regionally, and locally. Assist in preparation of grant proposals for submission Assist in preparation of manuscripts for submission for publication. Enter reports and patient correspondence into the Electronic Health Record, including entering test data into the department database Maintain productivity and reporting standards. Qualifications
Doctoral degree in psychology from an APA- or CPA-accredited doctoral program. Completion of an APA- or CPA-accredited predoctoral internship in professional psychology. At least one year of postdoctoral fellowship is required.
Minimum of 1 year of experience in working with children with developmental disabilities (may be satisfied through postdoctoral training in psychology).
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