Psychologist for University of Michigan's Autism Consultation and Treatment Service (UM-ACTS)
The University Center for the Child and Family, part of the Mary A. Rackham Institute at the University of Michigan, is recruiting a full time clinical psychologist specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders.
The position includes clinical service, teaching and supervision in a multi-disciplinary setting, as well as program management of the University of Michigan's Autism Consultation and Treatment Service (UM-ACTS), which provides diagnostic evaluation, psychotherapy, and Applied Behavior Analysis.
The preferred candidate will have a Ph.D. in clinical psychology with a minimum of 3-5 years of experience.
The Mary Rackham Institute's (http://mari.umich.edu/) primary missions are to serve the university and surrounding region with clinical services of the highest quality and to provide excellence in clinical training for the next generation of service providers. Our core values include 1) compassionate and science-informed care, 2) excellence in training, 3) quality of life for clients and staff, and 4) respect for diverse values and goals.
A link to the application portal is below and questions may be addressed to Cynthia Ewell Foster, Ph.D., Director, University Center for the Child and Family at email@example.com.
Pediatric Clinical Health Psychology Fellowship, Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training, Hurley Children's Hospital/Hurley Medical Center, Flint (posted 12/3/16, deadline 1/9/17)
The Consortium for Advanced Psychology Training (CAPT) announces the availability of one postdoctoral fellowship position in pediatric clinical health psychology available for September, 2017. This 2 year postdoctoral position is APA-accredited in Clinical Health Psychology, and is completed at Hurley Children’s Hospital within Hurley Medical Center. Applications are due January 09, 2017, with interviews beginning in late January.
Clinical work occurs in a variety of inpatient and outpatient pediatric settings and includes participation in inpatient consultation-liaison services, outpatient psychotherapy, assessment and intervention within several interdisciplinary clinics (e.g., cleft lip/palate, cystic fibrosis, sickle cell disease), and integrated primary care. Presenting issues are broad and span the domains of clinical health psychology and clinical psychology, exclusively within the birth to young adult population. Fellows participate in teaching pediatric residents as part of a Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics rotation, and as part of an interpersonal and communication skills curriculum. Opportunities for scholarly activity are available and encouraged as a minor emphasis.
Competitive stipend and liberal fringe benefits provided.
See the attached document for more information, and apply here: http://www3.msufame.msu.edu/index.php/psychology-fellowship/323
Interested parties can also contact Dr. Crystal Cederna-Meko, primary supervisor of the pediatric psychology fellow, at CCEDERN1@HURLEYMC.COM or 810-262-4834 for more information.
APA Accredited Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Child Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (posted 10/30/16, deadline 12/16/16)
The University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry and Postdoctoral Training Network is accepting applications for a two-year APA-accredited postdoctoral fellowship in Clinical Child Psychology. The program provides a core curriculum, evidence-based clinical training, and focused research mentorship. We seek applicants who are highly motivated to develop their own program of research and prepare for a career as a scientist-practitioner. Opportunities are available to pursue developmental psychopathology and innovative intervention research in the following areas: military families; student veterans; community dissemination and implementation science; youth suicide risk; autism spectrum disorder; childhood anxiety using fMRI, EEG, and EMG technology; and perinatal, infant and early childhood mental health. Clinical training occurs in a variety of child psychiatry outpatient clinics and in a primary care setting with an underserved population.
Applicants must have a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from an APA or CPA accredited program by August, 2017. The start date of the fellowship is late August/early September 2017. The stipend is currently $45,913 for 1st year fellows and $48,395 for 2nd year fellows, with the possibility of an increase before next year. Benefits include vacation, sick and professional development time, and health care coverage. The University of Michigan is a non-discriminatory/affirmative action employer. We especially encourage applications from members of underrepresented groups. Deadline for applications is Friday, December 16, 2016. For further information, contact: Angela Fish, Ph.D., Interim Director, Child and Adolescent Psychology Training Program, firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, see the Clinical Child Psychology Web Page http://www.psych.med.umich.edu/education/psychology/clinical-child/.
In addition to the attached application form, please submit the following. Electronic submission is preferred.
1) A copy of your Curriculum Vitae;
2) Three letters of recommendation, including one from your Graduate Program's Director of Clinical Training (to attest to your readiness for graduation), one from a primary clinical supervisor, and one from someone who can address your preparation for advanced training in clinical child psychology;
3) A graduate school transcript (unofficial is acceptable at this point);
4) A detailed cover letter, in which you describe your background in Clinical Psychology, including the approximate number of practicum/internship assessment and intervention hours you have or will have completed by the start of the fellowship and a description of these activities. Also describe your research interests and training. Indicate what you would hope to gain from this fellowship and how that relates to your future career goals;
5) Two writing samples, including a redacted assessment report and professional publication
Email application to:
J. Todd Arnedt, Ph.D., Network Director
c/o Jessica Hamden, UM-VA-PostdocApply@umich.edu
Psychology Postdoctoral Training Network
Mail application to:
UM and UM/VA Psychology Postdoctoral Training Network
4250 Plymouth Rd.
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN CHILD CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY, EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY, Ypsilanti/Ann Arbor (posted 10/15/16)
The Department of Psychology at Eastern Michigan University announces an opening for a tenure-track assistant professor position with specific expertise in child clinical psychology. Position to begin Fall 2017. Candidates must have their PhD in clinical psychology and be eligible for licensure as a clinical psychologist in the state of Michigan within 2 years of hire. Candidates must demonstrate evidence of a strong, transferable research program, preferably within the area of child clinical psychology. The successful candidate will be expected to teach both graduate and undergraduate courses and should demonstrate the ability to teach a range of relevant courses in child psychopathology and child/family therapy to a culturally diverse student body. Candidates also are expected to supervise thesis and dissertation research, participate in department- and university-level committees, establish a research program with student participation at all levels, and supervise clinical psychology graduate students. Specifically, successful candidates should have demonstrated expertise in evidence-based intervention practices with children, adolescents, and families. Successful candidates will be expected to supervise doctoral students in their child/family intervention training at our on-site psychology training clinic.
EMU Faculty have access to research assistance and institutional support. The Psychology Department has MS programs in General Clinical, Clinical-Behavioral, and Experimental psychology, an APA-accredited Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program, and approximately 1000 undergraduate majors. The department includes an onsite community clinic that provides therapy and assessment services for children, families, and adults. The EMU campus is located in the Ypsilanti/Ann Arbor community, five miles from downtown Ann Arbor and 35 miles west of Detroit, MI and Windsor, Ontario.
All applications must be made online at: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/emichedu/default.cfm. Please attach a letter of application, Curriculum Vita, and the names of three references to the electronic submission. The letter of application should include a statement on teaching philosophy and strategies for a culturally diverse classroom, as well as research accomplishments and goals. Letters of reference should be available upon request. Screening of applications begins December 1, 2016 and will continue until the position is filled. Eastern Michigan University is an Equal Opportunity Employer that is strongly committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The University actively encourages applications from women, persons of color, and applicants with disabilities, veterans, and members of other underrepresented groups. For questions, contact: Catherine Peterson, PhD, Search Chair (email@example.com or 734-487-3383; emails should include the subject line “ATTN: Child Clinical Search Chair”).
Child and Adolescent Psychologist Faculty Position, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (posted 5/7/16, deadline 7/15/16)
The University of Michigan Section of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry is seeking a clinical child and adolescent psychologist for a faculty position. The successful applicant will have significant clinical experience in evidence based therapies for a broad range of child and adolescent psychopathology, previous supervisory and training experience, a growing track record of productivity as an independent or collaborative clinical scientist, and be eligible for licensure in the state of Michigan.
The successful candidate will be a key member of the team providing training in short term evidence based therapy (behavioral management, CBT, IPT, DBT). The faculty member will identify and guide psychotherapeutic treatments for patients with a variety of psychiatric disorders including depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, autistic disorders, eating disorders, attentional disorders, attachment and disruptive behavioral disorders. They will also inform family treatments and assist families in developing behavioral management programs appropriate to the home setting to reduce re-hospitalization. This individual will also help to structure and guide the therapeutic and research mission on the inpatient unit with emphasis on efficient and effective delivery of psychosocial interventions and fostering a therapeutic milieu.
The faculty member will also train and provide consultation to other members of the inpatient multidisciplinary team including MD and DO trainees, nursing, activity therapy and social work staff and trainees with regard to formulation of psychosocial and behavioral treatment plans. In addition, the faculty member will have opportunities for involvement in the training of pediatricians, medical students, general psychiatry/pediatric residents, child psychiatry/psychology trainees.
The faculty member will join a large multidisciplinary team within a new state of the art Child and Adolescent Inpatient Unit in the Children and Women’s Hospital. This new 16 bed unit includes a sub-unit for children needing more intensive management as well as exquisitely designed areas for recreation, meditation, sensory space, therapy, dining and community.
The University of Michigan has an international reputation in the field of depression research and is a founding member of the National Network of Depression Centers. The Child and Adolescent Service has a team of psychologists trained in evidence-based treatment for depression and suicide prevention with longstanding academic productivity and extramural funding, with ample opportunities for collaboration and support for clinical trials, health services and other intervention research.
This position is posted as Clinical Instructor/Clinical Assistant Professor; but a mid-level (Associate Professor) could be considered with the rank of the selected candidate dependent upon qualifications.
Under Michigan Law, a criminal history check including fingerprinting is required as a condition of employment or transfer for this position.
The candidate should have a doctoral degree from an American Psychological Association (APA) accredited graduate program, have completed an APA-accredited internship and postdoctoral experience, have obtained or be eligible for licensure in Michigan, and will either have or be eligible to apply for specialty board certification from the American Board of Professional Psychology. Evidence of clinical competence and competence in clinical and didactic teaching is expected.
Qualified candidates should forward curriculum vitae to:
Gregory W. Dalack, M.D.
University of Michigan
Chair, Department of Psychiatry
1500 E. Medical Center Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5295
The University of Michigan offers a generous comprehensive benefits, flexible vacation/conference coverage and salary commensurate with rank and experience.
The University of Michigan Medical School is committed to increasing representation of women and members of minority groups among its faculty, and encourages applications.