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Clinical Postdoctoral Fellow Position, Center for Autism and the Developing Brain, Department of Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Medical College


Weill Cornell Medical College’s Department of Psychiatry is seeking one full-time Postdoctoral Fellow to join the clinical team for 2 years at the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain (CADB) at the New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Westchester Division in White Plains, New York. The overall emphasis of the fellowship is to train clinical psychologists to provide innovative assessments and efficacious therapeutic interventions to individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their families.
 
The Fellow will be expected to actively participate in diagnostic assessment and/or implementation of interventions for individuals (all ages) diagnosed or suspected of having ASD. The position entails the provision of direct clinical services, which will include psychological and multidisciplinary assessments, individual and family therapy sessions, school and community visits, and group-based interventions. The Fellow will have the opportunity to receive additional training and specialization in diagnostic instruments, including the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, Second Edition (ADOS-2) and Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised (ADI-R), and empirically-validated interventions. The Fellow will also have the opportunity to participate in the CADB Early Intervention program, which includes the delivery of naturalistic behavioral interventions in a preschool classroom setting and individual caregiver coaching sessions with families using the Early Start Denver Model.

The ideal candidate for this position will have a strong background in the assessment of ASD, including the use of the ADOS-2 and ADI-R, and the application of evidenced-based intervention approaches. The Fellow will be expected to work well with families and effectively collaborate with members of an interdisciplinary team.

Start Date: July 1 or September 1, 2018.
Application Deadline: December 31, 2017.

Minimum requirements: Applicants must have a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from an APA-accredited program and possess or be eligible for a New York state limited permit, minus the supervision hours.

Interested candidates are invited to email a curriculum vitae, at least 2 letters of recommendation, and a statement of professional interest to:

Jennifer Walsh
Senior Administrator
Weill Cornell Medical College
Department of Psychiatry
jaw2015@med.cornell.edu
 


Clinical Psychologist Position at the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain (CADB) at Weill Cornell Medicine


Weill Cornell Medical College’s Department of Psychiatry in conjunction with New York-Presbyterian Hospital is seeking a full-time Clinical Psychologist to join our faculty for a position based at the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain (CADB) at the New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Westchester Division in White Plains, New York.  The individual will be expected to play an integral role in diagnostic assessment and implementation of interventions for children and adolescents diagnosed or suspected of having an Autism Spectrum Disorder. As part of the core training mission of the Department of Psychiatry, the psychologist will supervise trainees, including postdoctoral psychology fellows, and medical residents.  The psychologist will be expected to collaborate with members of the treatment team to run group based intervention for children, adolescents, adults and their families. They will also conduct trainings related to assessment measures and treatment procedures developed and/or used by staff at CADB. The ideal candidate for this position will have a strong background in assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorders, including the use of the ADOS and ADI-R, and the application of evidenced-based intervention approaches with individuals and families.

Minimum requirements:  Applicants must have a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from an APA-accredited program and possess or be eligible for NY state licensure.  Academic rank will be commensurate with experience.  
Start Date: Spring or Summer 2018.

Founded in 1898, and affiliated with what is now New York-Presbyterian Hospital (NYPH) since 1927, Weill Cornell Medical College (WCMC) is among the top-ranked clinical and research centers in the country. Weill Cornell Psychiatry is one of the largest, most prestigious departments in the country, with a long, distinguished history of providing outstanding leadership in clinical care, training, and research in all areas of psychiatric disorders.  Our programs at Payne Whitney Manhattan and New York-Presbyterian-Hospital’s Westchester Division are renowned for the range and quality of our inpatient and outpatient specialty programs and general psychiatric services. The Westchester Division is a 260-bed facility located in White Plains New York has been named a “Planetree Designated Patient-Centered Hospital” – the first behavioral health hospital in the U.S. and one of only 16 hospitals worldwide to receive this distinction.  We are consistently recognized as one of the nation’s best psychiatric hospitals – ranked first in New York and among the top in the nation by U.S. News and World Report. Weill Cornell Medical College is an equal opportunity, affirmative action educator and employer.
Interested candidates are invited to e-mail a curriculum vitae, statement of professional interest, and three letters of recommendations to:

Jennifer Walsh
Senior Administrator
Weill Cornell Medical College
Department of Psychiatry

jaw2015@med.cornell.edu
 


ASSISTANT / ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS, TENURE TRACK (posted 9/14/17)


CLINICAL and COGNITIVE or DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

JOHN JAY COLLEGE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK


The Department of Psychology at John Jay College, CUNY invites applications for TWO Tenure Track Faculty Positions at the Assistant or Associate rank, to begin fall 2018.  Successful candidates will bring enthusiasm and demonstrated commitment to teaching and mentoring diverse populations of students, develop and maintain an active research and publication agenda, have the potential to obtain external funding, and participate actively in service.  The Psychology Department has significant strength in Forensic Psychology and seeks strong applicants with complimentary interests from the following areas (doctorate required):  (1) CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY (with forensic interests and experience); (2) COGNITIVE or DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (with psychology & law interests).


Faculty will perform teaching, research and advising duties in area(s) of expertise; share responsibility for committee and department assignments including administrative, supervisory, and other functions.


QUALIFICATIONS

Ph.D. or equivalent in area(s) of expertise. Also required are the ability to teach successfully, demonstrated scholarship or achievement, and ability to cooperate with others for the good of the institution. The college seeks faculty members who thrive in a multi-cultural, collaborative academic environment and are committed to both access and excellence in higher education.


COMPENSATION
Salary commensurate with experience.  CUNY offers faculty a competitive compensation and benefits package covering health insurance, pension and retirement benefits, paid parental leave, and savings programs.  We also provide mentoring and support for research, scholarship, and publication as part of our commitment to ongoing faculty professional development.


HOW TO APPLY

All candidates must submit an application through CUNY First.  To view the full position announcement, or to apply, go to www.cuny.edu and click on "Employment".  Click "Search job listings".  Search by job Opening ID number (Clinical: 17334; Cognitive or Developmental: 17335).  Click on "more options to search for CUNY jobs".  Click on the "Apply Now" button and follow the instructions.

Once registered or logged in, candidates should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statements of teaching and research interests, and teaching evaluations if available.  Three (3) reference letters should be emailed to: PsychologySearch@jjay.cuny.edu, with the candidate’s name in the subject line.  Questions about the positions can be sent to the same email address.


Review of applications will begin October 1, 2017



ABOUT JOHN JAY COLLEGE’S PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT

The Psychology Department currently has 40 full-time faculty members committed to strong teaching and mentoring of our diverse student body.  The Department offers an undergraduate degree in Forensic Psychology, with roughly 2000 majors.  Our well-established Master’s programs in Forensic Psychology and Forensic Mental Health Counseling enroll more than 400 students from around the country and the world.  The CUNY Graduate Center doctoral programs in Psychology & Law and Clinical Psychology @ John Jay are housed at John Jay as well.  The Psychology & Law program trains research focused scholars.  The APA Accredited Clinical Doctoral Program endorses a scientist-practitioner model, maintaining a balance between research training and strong clinical preparation.  For more information about our department, programs and faculty, please refer to the Psychology Department home page:  http://www.jjay.cuny.edu/department-psychology


ABOUT JOHN JAY COLLEGE AND CUNY

John Jay College of Criminal Justice, a senior college of the City University of New York (CUNY), is an internationally recognized leader in educating for justice, committed to the advancement of justice and just societies. It is a public liberal arts institution that enriches the entire learning experience by highlighting themes of justice across the arts, sciences, humanities, and social sciences. Located steps from Lincoln Center at the cultural heart of New York City, the College offers Bachelors and Masters degrees and participates in the Doctoral programs of the Graduate School of the City University of New York. Now under the leadership of its fifth President, former U.S. Assistant Attorney General, Karol V. Mason, the College has experienced unprecedented faculty hiring, an expansion of its curricular offerings, and the opening in 2011 of a new 600,000 square foot building with a black-box theater, state-of-the-art lab space, a moot court, and a variety of virtual learning settings.


CUNY encourages people with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women to apply.  At CUNY, Italian Americans are also included among our protected groups.  Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer.

Tenure Track Assistant Professor - THE UNIVERSITY AT ALBANY (STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK) (posted 9/5/17)

The Psychology Department at the University at Albany, State University of New York, invites applications for a tenure track assistant professor position to begin Fall, 2018 in Child Clinical Psychology with expertise in developmental psychopathology, treatment research, child neuropsychology, or risky health behaviors. Review of applications will begin on September 15, 2017 and continue until the position has been filled. For further information and to apply, please visit our website: https://albany.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=87243
 

The University at Albany is an EO/AA/IRCA/ADA employer.

Yeshiva University, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, APA-accredited Combined School-Clinical Child Psychology Program: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Tenure-Track.

Posted 7/24/17

We are looking for an outstanding candidate with training and scholarship in the areas of adolescence, family systems, treatment and individual diversity. Other areas will also be considered.

The position will involve: (a) research/scholarship in a substantive area related to clinical and school psychology, (b) graduate teaching in areas of expertise, (c) supervision of doctoral research and (d) related program responsibilities.
 
Applicants with a strong record of research productivity and potential external funding are sought. Priority will be given to those with scholarship and expertise addressing the needs of diverse populations. Ferkauf  encourages applications from women, members of minority groups, protected persons and others committed to a diverse community that expands our teaching and research mission. The candidate should be licensed or license eligible in New York State.
 
Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology is located on Yeshiva University's Albert Einstein College of Medicine Campus approximately 6-7 miles from Manhattan, New York.  The School-Clinical Child Program is an APA-accredited and NASP-approved Doctor of Psychology Program. Information about the program can be obtained at http://yu.edu/ferkauf/school-clinical-child-psychology/. Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology offers three APA-accredited doctoral programs: Clinical, School-Clinical-Child and Clinical Health and a Master of Mental Health Counseling Program.

Yeshiva University is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans. Application review will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  Please submit copies of vita, evidence of teaching credentials, representative publications, and three letters of reference to Dr. Abraham Givner at  abraham.givner@einstein.yu.edu  and via the YU Faculty Careers page: https://faculty-yeshiva.icims.com  - reference Job ID 2017-9863

Fidelity Assurance Assistant Position (posted 6/28/17)

Power of Two  (http://www.powerof2.nyc/) is a non-profit organization in Brooklyn NY, which implements Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up (ABC), a home-visiting parent coaching program for parents of infants and toddlers who experience early adversity. We are seeking a full-time Fidelity Assurance Assistant to join our research/evaluation team. Bilingual English/Spanish skills are strongly preferred.


Position Summary:
The Fidelity Assurance Assistant will be responsible for monitoring fidelity to the ABC intervention model and providing fidelity-focused supervision to parent coaches. The Fidelity Assurance Assistant will also assist with outcome evaluation, including coding parent-child interactions, tracking and monitoring the collection of pre-intervention and post-intervention parent and child assessments, and other data management. There may be opportunities to assist in data analysis, conference presentations, and publications.

Qualifications
• Bachelor Degree in related field, such as psychology, education, human development, or social work;
• Strong research experience, including at least 1 year of work in a research lab at a University
• Bilingual English/Spanish skills strongly preferred.

Contact
If interested, please send a cover letter and CV to: Dr. Kristin Bernard at Stony Brook University: kristin.bernard@stonybrook.edu

 

Clinical Psychologist Position at the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain (CADB) at Weill Cornell Medicine

 
 
Weill Cornell Medical College’s Department of Psychiatry in conjunction with New York-Presbyterian Hospital is seeking a full-time Clinical Psychologist to join our faculty for a position based at the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain (CADB) at the New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Westchester Division in White Plains, New York.  The individual will be expected to play an integral role in diagnostic assessment and implementation of interventions for children and adolescents diagnosed or suspected of having an Autism Spectrum Disorder. As part of the core training mission of the Department of Psychiatry, the psychologist will supervise trainees, including postdoctoral psychology fellows, and medical residents.  The psychologist will be expected to collaborate with members of the treatment team to run group based intervention for children, adolescents, adults and their families. They will also conduct trainings related to assessment measures and treatment procedures developed and/or used by staff at CADB. The ideal candidate for this position will have a strong background in assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorders, including the use of the ADOS and ADI-R, and the application of evidenced-based intervention approaches with individuals and families. 
 
 
Minimum requirements:  Applicants must have a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from an APA-accredited program and possess or be eligible for NY state licensure.  Academic rank will be commensurate with experience. 
 
Start Date: Flexible with earliest start date August 1, 2017.
 
Founded in 1898, and affiliated with what is now New York-Presbyterian Hospital (NYPH) since 1927, Weill Cornell Medical College (WCMC) is among the top-ranked clinical and research centers in the country. Weill Cornell Psychiatry is one of the largest, most prestigious departments in the country, with a long, distinguished history of providing outstanding leadership in clinical care, training, and research in all areas of psychiatric disorders.  Our programs at Payne Whitney Manhattan and New York-Presbyterian-Hospital’s Westchester Division are renowned for the range and quality of our inpatient and outpatient specialty programs and general psychiatric services. The Westchester Division is a 260-bed facility located in White Plains New York has been named a “Planetree Designated Patient-Centered Hospital” – the first behavioral health hospital in the U.S. and one of only 16 hospitals worldwide to receive this distinction.  We are consistently recognized as one of the nation’s best psychiatric hospitals – ranked first in New York and among the top in the nation by U.S. News and World Report. Weill Cornell Medical College is an equal opportunity, affirmative action educator and employer.
 
Interested candidates are invited to e-mail a CV and statement of professional interest to:
 
 
 
Jennifer Walsh
 
Senior Administrator
 
Weill Cornell Medical College
 
Department of Psychiatry
 
 
 
jaw2015@med.cornell.edu
 
(posted 3/16/17)


Research Postdoctoral fellowship at the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain (CADB) at Weill Cornell Medicine

 
We are seeking a 2-year research postdoctoral fellow with substantial clinical training to work on a project examining the effectiveness of parent-mediated intervention for toddlers with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) under the supervision of Dr. So Hyun “Sophy” Kim and Dr. Catherine Lord. The fellow will be actively involved in research, including the data collection and analyses process, preparations for manuscripts and grant applications, and training research assistants. The fellow will be able to accrue substantial clinical hours through delivering intervention and conducting diagnostic and developmental assessments at the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain (CADB), a state-of-the art center located in the Westchester campus of New York Presbyterian Hospital and Weill Cornell Medical College in White Plains, New York. Our center provides comprehensive clinical services for hundreds of patients annually, and the fellow will have opportunities for extensive clinical training under the supervision of licensed clinicians. 
 
Applicants should have earned a Ph.D. in clinical psychology or other related disciplines (e.g., developmental psychology) and completed a pre-doctoral internship, both from APA accredited programs. Applicants need to be eligible for temporary licensure in New York and will need to obtain the full New York state licensure by the end of the first year fellowship. Candidates with a track record of research productivity are strongly preferred. By the end of two years, the postdoc will be able to accrue the supervision hours to apply for a full licensure. 
 
Salary is competitive with full health benefits and vacation package included. Position is to start in July, 2017. Interested applicants should email a CV and statement of interest to Dr. Sophy Kim at sok2015@med.cornell.edu.
 
(posted 3/16/17)

Clinical Assistant Professor - Autism focus - Stony Brook Medicine

 
Descriptive Title: Clinical Psychologist
REF#: F-9687-17-03-F
Budget Title: Clinical Assistant Professor
Faculty Position
Department: Psychiatry
Campus: Stony Brook West Campus/HSC
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Required Qualifications: PhD/PsyD in Clinical Psychology from an APA-accredited program. New York State license or eligibility. Experience in behavioral treatment modalities and cognitive psychotherapy in an outpatient psychiatry program.
Preferred Qualifications: Clinical experience with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Experience performing neuropsychological evaluations, including ADOS and ADI-R. Clinical experience in group therapy with children and adolescents. Post-doctoral Fellowship in Child Psychology. Track record of research and teaching experience. 
 
Responsibilities & Requirements: Stony Brook University is undergoing tremendous growth under a new President, Dean and Chair of Psychiatry. In addition, our outpatient psychiatry program is expanding to meet the growing need for behavioral health care in the community. We are looking for individuals who welcome the challenge and satisfaction of working with a growing team of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurse practitioners, social workers, board certified behavioral analysts, mental health counselors, educators and researchers who are motivated to enhance the range of services provided to adults, children and families. The Clinical Assistant Professor will serve as a Clinical Psychologist in the Psychiatry Outpatient Department of Stony Brook University Hospital located in the newly renovated Putnam Hall on the South Campus of Stony Brook University. The program includes a team of twenty attending staff and twelve residents/fellows who provide medication management and therapy services to patients with a wide-range of diagnoses in the adult, child and adolescent population, as well as patients in specialty clinics for autism spectrum disorders, co-occuring disorders, transplant services and geriatrics. Responsibilities include direct patient care, including diagnostic evaluations, follow-up care, and teaching of medical students, residents and fellows. Shifts totaling forty hours per week, including the possibility of evening hours.. There are opportunities for clinical research and off-hours work.
 
Special Notes: This is a non-tenure track position. FLSA Exempt position, not eligible for the overtime provisions of the FLSA. Internal and external search to occur simultaneously. To qualify for a senior faculty appointment, the candidate must meet the criteria established by the School of Medicine (School of Medicine's Criteria for Appointment, Promotion and Tenure ). Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible.
 
Pursuant to Executive Order 161, no State entity, as defined by the Executive Order, is permitted to ask, or mandate, in any form, that an applicant for employment provide his or her current compensation, or any prior compensation history, until such time as the applicant is extended a conditional offer of employment with compensation.  If such information has been requested from you before such time, please contact the Governor’s Office of Employee Relations at (518) 474-6988 or via email at info@goer.ny.gov .
 
Stony Brook University is 100% tobacco-free as of January 1, 2016. See our policy and learn more at stonybrook.edu/tobaccofree. 
 
The selected candidate must successfully clear a background investigation.
 
Application Procedure: Those interested in this position should submit a State Employment Application, cover letter and resume/CV to:
 
Ramin Parsey, MD, PhD, Chair
Department of Psychiatry
Health Sciences Center, Level 10, Room 020
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11794-8101
Fax: (631) 444-1560
 
(posted 3/16/17)

Post-Doc or Licensed Psychologist Position @ The Child & Family Institute

 
The Child & Family Institute is currently accepting applications for one full-time or part-time Post-Doctoral Fellow or Licensed Psychologist. Qualified candidates will have completed an APA-accredited doctoral program in clinical or school-clinical psychology, as well as a one-year pre-doctoral internship placement in clinical psychology and be licensed or license-eligible in New York. A very strong CBT training background and prior CBT experience with children, adolescents, and young adults are required. Prior CBT supervisory experience is a plus as this opportunity may evolve into a Clinical Director or Site Director position. We have immediate availability at all 3 CFI locations (Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Westchester), as well as opportunities available for the summer/fall. We are currently prioritizing a CFI-Brooklyn position, but there may be opportunities for the candidate to see cases in Manhattan and/or Westchester, as well, if desired.
 
The fellow will be involved in the broad array of training experiences that CFI has to offer, including our various specialty assessment & treatment clinics (e.g., Pediatric Assessment Center, Center for Chronic Medical Conditions, Konfident Kids Selective Mutism Program, Organizational/EF Skills Training, TF-CBT, Positive Parenting (P2), Maternal Health/Post-Partum, IOP for OCD, HRT for Tics, Trich, & Habit Disorders, ASD and Related Disorders, LGBTQ+), individual & group CBT programs, our comprehensive didactics programming, weekly in-house case conference, as well as external training opportunities through CFI's Post-Doctoral Scholarship Training Initiative (STI). Based on the candidate's interests and experience, the fellow may also have the opportunity to lead/co-lead workshops in the community, conduct neuropsychological assessments, collaborate on research and/or writing projects, take on leadership, supervisory, and program development roles within CFI, and obtain further training and/or experience in specialized cognitive and behavioral therapies for a broad range of youth emotional and behavior disorders.
 
To Apply:
Interested candidates should send a CV, cover letter, and 3 letters of recommendation to Adam S. Weissman, Ph.D., Executive Director at DrAdamWeissman@childfamilyinstitute.com, and Rebecca Sinclair, Ph.D., Intake & Professional Outreach Director at DrRebeccaSinclair@childfamilyinstitute.com.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
 
(posted 3/16/17)

Full-time Clinical Psychologist Position (posted 3/9/2017)


Weill Cornell Medical College’s Department of Psychiatry in conjunction with New York-Presbyterian Hospital is seeking a full-time Clinical Psychologist to join our faculty for a position based at the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain (CADB) at the New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Westchester Division in White Plains, New York.  The individual will be expected to play an integral role in diagnostic assessment and implementation of interventions for children and adolescents diagnosed or suspected of having an Autism Spectrum Disorder. As part of the core training mission of the Department of Psychiatry, the psychologist will supervise trainees, including postdoctoral psychology fellows, and medical residents.  The psychologist will be expected to collaborate with members of the treatment team to run group based intervention for children, adolescents, adults and their families. They will also conduct trainings related to assessment measures and treatment procedures developed and/or used by staff at CADB. The ideal candidate for this position will have a strong background in assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorders, including the use of the ADOS and ADI-R, and the application of evidenced-based intervention approaches with individuals and families.
 
Minimum requirements:  Applicants must have a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from an APA-accredited program and possess or be eligible for NY state licensure.  Academic rank will be commensurate with experience.  

Start Date: Flexible with earliest start date August 1, 2017.

Founded in 1898, and affiliated with what is now New York-Presbyterian Hospital (NYPH) since 1927, Weill Cornell Medical College (WCMC) is among the top-ranked clinical and research centers in the country. Weill Cornell Psychiatry is one of the largest, most prestigious departments in the country, with a long, distinguished history of providing outstanding leadership in clinical care, training, and research in all areas of psychiatric disorders.  Our programs at Payne Whitney Manhattan and New York-Presbyterian-Hospital’s Westchester Division are renowned for the range and quality of our inpatient and outpatient specialty programs and general psychiatric services. The Westchester Division is a 260-bed facility located in White Plains New York has been named a “Planetree Designated Patient-Centered Hospital” – the first behavioral health hospital in the U.S. and one of only 16 hospitals worldwide to receive this distinction.  We are consistently recognized as one of the nation’s best psychiatric hospitals – ranked first in New York and among the top in the nation by U.S. News and World Report. Weill Cornell Medical College is an equal opportunity, affirmative action educator and employer.

Interested candidates are invited to e-mail a CV and statement of professional interest to:

Jennifer Walsh
Senior Administrator
Weill Cornell Medical College
Department of Psychiatry

jaw2015@med.cornell.edu
 

Staff Psychologist Positions at Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY (posted 2/14/17)

 
Montefiore Medical Center is inviting applicants for two staff psychologist positions in the Montefiore Medical Group. The Montefiore Health System is an integrated care delivery network with six hospitals, an extended care facility, cutting-edge primary and specialty care provided at more than 150 locations across the region, and a school of nursing. Montefiore Medical Group (MMG) provides exceptional primary and specialty care services at more than 20 locations to residents of the Bronx and Westchester County. We offer comprehensive medical care in a multitude of medical specialties for every stage of life, from children to seniors.
 
Since 2005, Montefiore has been committed to pediatric integrated behavioral health. We provide Healthy Steps for all families with children birth-5, including universal ACES screening and assessment and intervention regarding early childhood social emotional development, parent-child attachment relationships, and developmental milestones. School-age and adolescent children receive annual mental health screenings and follow up and intervention when needed, via co-located and integrated child psychologists and psychiatrists delivering evidence-based interventions. Tele-psychiatry systems allow our services to reach all children within in our network, and providers will be available to work with parents and caregivers individually, when needed. By providing a universal behavioral health system within the non-stigmatized venue of primary care, we hope to effect real change for the children of the Bronx.
 
In addition to clinical assessment and intervention within primary care pediatrics alongside the medical care team, opportunities are available for teaching and supervision of general pediatric residents, medical fellows, psychology practicum students, psychology postdoctoral fellows, and child psychology interns. Non-tenured academic appointment may be offered through the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
 
Qualifications required to be considered for this position include the following:
 
Doctoral level degree in psychology, including internship from an APA or CPA-accredited program. All requirements must be completed, including dissertation.
Licensed or license-eligible in the state of New York
The position includes a competitive salary and benefits package. Spanish speaking applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. Immediate openings for full- and part-time positions.
 
Interested applicants can send vita and letter of interest to Rahil Briggs, PsyD, Director of Pediatric Behavioral Health Services (rabriggs@montefiore.org).
 
Check out recent media highlights: http://www.ny1.com/nyc/all-boroughs/fit-kids/2015/02/4/fit-kids--integrated-primary-and-mental-health-care-helps-discover-mental-issues-early-on.html
 
http://www.wsj.com/articles/tot-therapy-psychiatrists-join-up-with-pediatricians-1421105535?tesla=y&mg=reno64-wsj

Counselor Positions at NYU's Summer Program for Kids (posted 2/14/17)

 
We are pleased to announce the 20th season of the NYU Child Study Center’s, Summer Program for Kids.  The Summer Program for Kids (SPK) is a seven-week, all-day therapeutic program, devoted exclusively to 7-11 year old children with ADHD. In a camp-like atmosphere, children learn to improve their social behavior, academic competence, self-esteem, anger control, and classroom behavior. The program uses evidenced-based therapeutic treatment throughout the day geared specifically to the needs of these children. Weekly sessions with parents are a vital component of the program.
 
If you know of a child who might be suitable for the level of care our program provides, we ask that you kindly pass along the attached information to his/her parents/guardians. 
 
We are also seeking junior level undergraduate or graduate students with excellent academic skills, preferably psychology or education majors for summer counselor interns.   
 
Information can be obtained by reaching Dr. Fleiss or the program  coordinator:  Donna D’Onofrio-Watts at 516-358-1808 or donna.d’onofrio-watts@nyumc.org.

Child Mind Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship - Healthy Brain Network (posted 2/14/17)

 
Organizational Summary
 
The Child Mind Institute is an independent, national nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders. Our teams work every day to deliver the highest standards of care, advance the science of the developing brain and empower parents, professionals and policymakers to support children when and where they need it most. Together with our supporters, we’re helping children reach their full potential in school and in life. We share all of our resources freely and do not accept any funding from the pharmaceutical industry.
 
Fellowship
 
CMI is currently accepting applications for a full-time, 1-year clinical post-doctoral fellow to work on a community mental health focused research study called the Healthy Brain Network (HBN) (http://www.healthybrainnetwork.org/). This fellowship position will begin as early as July 15, 2017. Consideration will also be give to candidates who complete their pre-doctoral internship by the end of August 2017. This is an exempt position located at one of the diagnostic evaluation centers for HBN (including Staten Island, Manhattan, and/or a mobile research vehicle), and offers competitive salary and benefits.
 
The HBN is an exciting new initiative aimed at collecting imaging, genetic, and phenotypic data from 10,000 children and adolescents. All participants within the study receive free mental health, learning, and language evaluations, as well as a feedback session and report. Working under the supervision of a clinical psychologist, the post-doctoral fellow will develop specialized skills in community mental health, cognitive testing (including cognitive, achievement, language), and writing concise feedback reports.  Additionally, the fellow will participate in case conferences, obtain weekly supervision with senior clinicians, acquire clinical hours toward licensure, participate in psychological interviewing, and treatment planning, while engaging in community outreach efforts. The fellow will also be able to gain research experience including:
 
Examination and refinement of dimensional and categorical phenotyping for the characterization of mental health and learning disorders
Categorization of individuals based upon phenotyping profiles using statistical learning techniques
The candidate should have an interest in working with diverse clinical populations in a community mental health setting. A strong desire to develop cognitive testing skills and gain experience writing comprehensive reports (connecting mental health and learning evaluations) is a requirement. Prior research experience and data analysis skills are a plus if the candidate would like to explore research opportunities associated with the fellowship. The fellow will work at one of the diagnostic evaluation centers for HBN (including Staten Island, Manhattan, and/or a mobile research vehicle).
 
Qualifications
PhD or PsyD degree from an APA-accredited program in clinical, school-clinical, counseling, or school psychology
Full completion of doctoral degree by the beginning of the postdoctoral fellowship
Obtain New York State Limited Permit to practice psychology by the start of the fellowship
Successful completion of APA-accredited internship
Prior research experience a plus
Experience with cognitive testing (including WISC and WIAT or equivalent)
Flexibility to work hours to meet productivity goals and deadlines (evening and weekend hours may be required)
Team player and ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
Demonstrated professional attitude and ability to interface with senior management, clinicians and staff
Application Process
 
To apply, please submit the following to www.childmind.org/careers.  The announcement can also be found on our website.
Cover letter (attention: Drs. Michael Milham and Charissa Andreotti)
Curriculum vitae
Three letters of recommendation
Please submit a comprehensive psychological assessment report including intelligence and achievement testing as well as a mental health component.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled, and applicants are strongly encouraged to apply as early as possible. Any questions or inquiries can be directed to Dr. Charissa Andreotti, Clinical Supervisor, at Charissa.Andreotti@childmind.org, or Dr. Jill Emanuele, Director of Training, at jill.emanuele@childmind.org.  
Employment at Will Relationship: This position description does not constitute a guarantee that employment will continue for any specified period of time.  Rather, employment is at the mutual consent of the employee and CMI, and can be terminated at will by the employee or by CMI.
 
CMI reserves the right to modify the job description and/or reporting relationship at any time.
 
CMI is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and is committed to recruiting and maintaining a diverse staff; individuals from all backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.
 
To learn more about the Child Mind Institute, please visit www.childmind.org.
 
No phone calls or recruiters, please. This position will remain open until filled.

Postdoctoral fellowship at the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain (CADB) at Weill Cornell Medicine (posted 2/14/17)

 
We are seeking a research postdoctoral fellow with substantial clinical training to work on a project examining the effectiveness of parent-mediated intervention for toddlers with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) under the supervision of Dr. So Hyun “Sophy” Kim and Dr. Catherine Lord. The fellow will be actively involved in research, including the data collection and analyses process, preparations for manuscripts and grant applications, and training research assistants. The fellow will be able to accrue substantial clinical hours through delivering intervention and conducting diagnostic and developmental assessments at the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain (CADB), a state-of-the art center located in the Westchester campus of New York Presbyterian Hospital and Weill Cornell Medical College in White Plains, New York. Our center provides comprehensive clinical services for hundreds of patients annually, and the fellow will have opportunities for extensive clinical training under the supervision of licensed clinicians. 
 
Applicants should have earned a Ph.D. in clinical psychology or other related disciplines (e.g., developmental psychology) and completed a pre-doctoral internship, both from APA accredited programs. Applicants need to be eligible for temporary licensure in New York and will need to obtain the full New York state licensure by the end of the first year fellowship. Candidates with a track record of research productivity are strongly preferred. 
 
Salary is competitive with full health benefits and vacation package included. Position is to start in July, 2017. Interested applicants should email (a) CV, (b) statement of postdoctoral and career goals, (c) writing sample (e.g., published manuscripts), and (d) three letters of reference (sent directly from mentors) to Dr. Sophy Kim at sok2015@med.cornell.edu.
 

Clinical Postdoctoral Fellow Position, Center for Autism and the Developing Brain, Department of Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Medical College (posted 2/5/17)

 
Weill Cornell Medical College’s Department of Psychiatry is seeking one full-time Post-doctoral Fellow to join the clinical team for 2 years at the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain (CADB) at the New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Westchester Division in White Plains, New York. The overall emphasis of the fellowship is to train clinical psychologists to provide innovative assessments and efficacious therapeutic interventions to individuals with autism and their families. 
 
 
The Fellow will be expected to actively participate in diagnostic assessment and/or implementation of interventions for individuals (all ages) diagnosed or suspected of having an Autism Spectrum Disorder. The position entails the provision of direct clinical services which will include psychological and multidisciplinary assessments, individual and family therapy sessions, school visits, and group based interventions. The Fellow will have the opportunity to receive additional training and specialization in diagnostic instruments (including the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, Second Edition (ADOS-2) and the Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised (ADI-R)) and empirically-validated interventions. The Fellow will also have the opportunity to participate in the CADB Early Intervention program, which includes the delivery of naturalistic behavioral interventions in a preschool classroom setting and individual parent coaching sessions with families using the Early Start Denver Model. The Fellow will also be expected to work well with families and collaborate with members of an interdisciplinary team. The ideal candidate for this position will have a strong background in assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorders, including the use of the ADOS-2 and ADI-R, and the application of evidenced-based intervention approaches.
 
Minimum requirements:  Applicants must have a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from an APA-accredited program and possess or be eligible for a NY state limited permit, minus the supervision hours.  
 
Start Date: July 1 or September 1, 2017.
 
Interested candidates are invited to e-mail a CV and statement of professional interest to:
 
Jennifer Walsh
Senior Administrator
Weill Cornell Medical College
Department of Psychiatry
jaw2015@med.cornell.edu


Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychologist, Anxiety and Mood Program, Montefiore, Bronx NY (posted 1/28/17)

 
Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychologist
 
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Montefiore Medical Center is recruiting for a Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychologist position for the Anxiety and Mood Program at our child outpatient clinic.  This exciting and newly forming Anxiety and Mood Program offers evidenced based interventions for children and adolescents from our Bronx community with primary and comorbid anxiety, mood, and related disorders, and includes our comprehensive Adolescent DBT program.
 
Responsibilities include direct clinical service and supervision of psychology trainees, as well as opportunities for teaching and program development.  We are seeking a New York State licensed psychologist (PhD or PsyD), with training and expertise in CBT and DBT in child and adolescent populations.  We are a fun and energetic team committed to serving underserved, multi-problem children and families.   
 
The current position is part-time, but may be developed into full-time.  It comes with excellent benefits and generous compensation, with a faculty appointment at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Interested individuals should direct inquiries and send their initial letters of interest and CV to:
 
Sandra Pimentel, PhD
Chief, Child and Adolescent Psychology
Montefiore Medical Center
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
spimente@montefiore.org

Clinical Research Coordinator Position at the Pediatric Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program at Mount Sinai – New York, NY (posted 1/12/17)

The Pediatric Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program (P-MAP), under the direction of Vilma Gabbay, M.D., M.S., is seeking a candidate for the position of Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC) for a 2 year commitment starting summer 2017. The CRC will support the day-to-day activities of Dr. Gabbay's clinical research studies. Additionally, the CRC will be responsible for scheduling, subject management, subject recruitment, and administrative coordination of several studies investigating biomarkers for adolescent depression using fMRI, EEG, and blood analyses. Opportunities are also available for assisting with manuscripts, conference presentations, and grant submissions.  

 
A Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Neuroscience, or related field is required, as is at least one year of laboratory or clinical research work. Strong applicants will have a background or interest in examining biomarkers for psychiatric disorders and some experience working with pediatric populations. Additionally, the candidate should express a strong interest in a career in psychology research, neuroscience, or medicine. 
 
If interested in applying, please email a CV, cover letter, and list of 3 references to Dr. Sam Dewitt (samuel.dewitt@mssm.edu) and Cecilia Hollenhorst (cecilia.hollenhorst@mssm.edu).
 

Pre-Doctoral Externship in Evidence-Based Treatments for Youth @ The Child & Family Institute (posted 1/12/17)

 
The Child & Family Institute (CFI) is currently accepting applications for 1 to 2 Pre-Doctoral Externs in Evidence-Based Assessment & Treatment for Youth Emotional and Behavior Disorders starting Fall 2017. Qualified candidates will be in their 3rd year or higher of an APA-accredited doctoral program in clinical or school-clinical psychology. A strong CBT training background and prior CBT experience with children, adolescents, and young adults are required. 
 
The extern may take part in the broad array of training experiences that CFI has to offer, including our various specialty assessment & treatment clinics (e.g., Pediatric Assessment Center, Center for Chronic Medical Conditions, "Konfident Kids" Selective Mutism, TF-CBT, Organizational/EF Skills Training, Positive Parenting, IOP for OCD, HRT for Tic, Trich, & Habit Disorders, and LGBTQ+ programs), individual & group CBT programs, comprehensive didactics programming, and weekly in-house case conference and supervision. Based on the candidate's interests and experience, the extern may also have the opportunity to co-lead social anxiety & skills, DBT, and/or parenting groups, conduct neuropsychological assessments, co-lead workshops in the community, collaborate on research and/or writing projects, and obtain further training and/or experience in specialized cognitive and behavioral therapies for a broad range of youth emotional and behavior disorders. Opportunities may be available at our Westchester, Manhattan, and Brooklyn locations.
 
To Apply:
Interested candidates should send a CV, cover letter, and 3 letters of recommendation to Adam S. Weissman, Ph.D., Executive Director of CFI at DrAdamWeissman@childfamilyinstitute.com, and Rebecca Sinclair, Ph.D., Director of Intake & Professional Outreach at DrRebeccaSinclair@childfamilyinstitute.com.
Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Evidence-Based Treatments for Youth @ The Child & Family Institute (posted 1/6/17)
 
The Child & Family Institute (CFI) in Westchester, Brooklyn, and Manhattan is currently accepting applications for one full-time, part-time, or moonlighting Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Evidence-Based Assessment & Treatment for Youth Emotional and Behavior Disorders starting Fall 2017. Qualified candidates will have completed an APA-accredited doctoral program in clinical or school-clinical psychology, as well as a one-year pre-doctoral internship placement in clinical psychology. A strong CBT training background and prior CBT experience with children, adolescents, and young adults are required. 
 
The fellow will be involved in the broad array of training experiences that CFI has to offer, including our various specialty assessment & treatment clinics (e.g., Pediatric Assessment Center, Center for Chronic Medical Conditions, Konfident Kids Selective Mutism Program, Organizational/EF Skills Training, TF-CBT, Positive Parenting (P2), IOP for OCD, HRT for Tics, Trich, & Habit Disorders, ASD and Related Disorders, LGBTQ), individual & group CBT programs, our comprehensive didactics programming, weekly in-house case conference, as well as external training opportunities through CFI's Post-Doctoral Scholarship Training Initiative (STI). Based on the candidate's interests and experience, the fellow may also have the opportunity to lead/co-lead workshops in the community, conduct neuropsychological assessments, collaborate on research and/or writing projects, take on leadership, supervisory, and program development roles within CFI, and obtain further training and/or experience in specialized cognitive and behavioral therapies for a broad range of youth emotional and behavior disorders.
 
To Apply:
Interested candidates should send a CV, cover letter, and 3 letters of recommendation to Adam S. Weissman, Ph.D., Executive Director at DrAdamWeissman@childfamilyinstitute.com, and Rebecca Sinclair, Ph.D., Intake & Professional Outreach Director at DrRebeccaSinclair@childfamilyinstitute.com.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is September 2017.

Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychologist (posted 1/6/17)

 
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Montefiore Medical Center is recruiting for a Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychologist position for the Anxiety and Mood Program at our child outpatient clinic.  This exciting and newly forming Anxiety and Mood Program offers evidenced based interventions for children and adolescents from our Bronx community with primary and comorbid anxiety, mood, and related disorders, and includes our comprehensive Adolescent DBT program.
 
Responsibilities include direct clinical service and supervision of psychology trainees, as well as opportunities for teaching and program development.  We are seeking a New York State licensed psychologist (PhD or PsyD), with training and expertise in CBT and DBT in child and adolescent populations.  We are a fun and energetic team committed to serving underserved, multi-problem children and families.   
 
The current position is part-time, but may be developed into full-time.  It comes with excellent benefits and generous compensation, with a faculty appointment at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Interested individuals should direct inquiries and send their initial letters of interest and CV to:
 
Sandra Pimentel, PhD
Chief, Child and Adolescent Psychology
Montefiore Medical Center
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
spimente@montefiore.org


Tenure-Track Position, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program, Department of Psychology, Fordham University, Bronx (posted 12/21/16)

One Assistant or Associate Professor tenure-track position in Clinical Psychology to begin August 2017. The Department is located on both campuses of Fordham University (Rose Hill and Lincoln Center), but this position will be primarily at the Rose Hill campus.  The Department of Psychology offers doctoral degrees in Applied Developmental Psychology, Clinical Psychology, and Psychometrics/Quantitative Psychology. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, establishing and maintaining a productive independent program of research, mentoring undergraduate research and graduate students’ theses and dissertations, and supervising clinical work of graduate students.
 
Candidates must have earned a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and completed an APA- or CPA-approved internship prior to their appointment, and be license eligible in the state of New York. Candidate with expertise in health psychology, or those whose research emphasizes issues of diversity and/or health disparities are strongly encouraged, although applicants with any clinical psychology focus will be considered. The ideal candidate will have an established record of external funding or clear potential to obtain external funding, publications, and teaching experience.  Fordham is an independent, Catholic University in the Jesuit tradition that welcomes applications from all backgrounds.  The University and Department have a strong commitment to achieving diversity among faculty and staff. We are particularly interested in receiving applications from members of underrepresented groups and strongly encourage persons of color and persons with disabilities to apply.  Fordham is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. 
 
Please send vita, a statement of your research and teaching interests, evidence of teaching credentials, representative publications, and three letters of reference to http://apply.interfolio.com/39914. Review of application materials will begin on February 15, 2017 and continue until the position is filled. Inquiries should be directed to our department Administrator, Maria Barbieri (barbieri@fordham.edu).

Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychologist, Anxiety and Mood Program, Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx (posted 12/21/16)

The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Montefiore Medical Center is recruiting for a Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychologist position for the Anxiety and Mood Program at our child outpatient clinic.  This exciting and newly forming Anxiety and Mood Program offers evidenced based interventions for children and adolescents from our Bronx community with primary and comorbid anxiety, mood, and related disorders, and includes our comprehensive Adolescent DBT program.
 
Responsibilities include direct clinical service and supervision of psychology trainees, as well as opportunities for teaching and program development.  We are seeking a New York State licensed psychologist (PhD or PsyD), with training and expertise in CBT and DBT in child and adolescent populations.  We are a fun and energetic team committed to serving underserved, multi-problem children and families.   
 
The current position is part-time, but may be developed into full-time.  It comes with excellent benefits and generous compensation, with a faculty appointment at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Interested individuals should direct inquiries and send their initial letters of interest and CV to:
 
Sandra Pimentel, PhD
Chief, Child and Adolescent Psychology
Montefiore Medical Center
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
spimente@montefiore.org

Mt. Sinai-St. Luke’s Post-Doctoral Psychology Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychology (2017-2018), Parent-Infant Center, Child and Family Institute, New York City (posted 12/19/16, deadline 1/31/17)

Name of Program: Parent-Infant Center Fellowship
 
Director: Wendie Klapper, Ph.D.
 
Program Description: The Parent-Infant Center is a prevention and treatment program
that provides multidisciplinary assessment and psychotherapeutic services to pregnant
women, caregivers and their young children. The primary goal of the Parent-Infant
Center is to facilitate the development of healthy attachment between caregivers and
their infants/toddlers and promote healthy child and parent development.
 
Fellowship Description: The fellowship in our Parent-Infant Center provides the
opportunity for one full-time trainee to spend their time focusing on assessment and
intervention strategies related to work with at-risk caregivers and their infants/toddlers.
The Fellow will be under the supervision of a team of specialists in early childhood
development and evidence-based Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) for children and
families exposed to trauma. The Fellow will conduct intakes, developmental screenings,
dyadic psychotherapy and individual psychotherapy with pregnant women. The Fellow
will provide one hour of weekly supervision to the Parent-Infant Center extern. The
fellowship runs from July 2017-June 2018. Please email all applications to Dr. Wendie
Klapper at wklapper@chpnet.org and Dr. Shilpa Taufique at STaufiqu@chpnet.org.
 
Qualifications: Fellows must have completed their dissertation defense in an APAaccredited
Ph.D. or Psy.D. program in clinical or counseling psychology or combined
clinical-school psychology and completed their APA-Accredited psychology internship.
 
Stipend and Benefits:
The stipend for the post-doctoral fellowships is currently $35,000. Post-doctoral fellows
are entitled to full benefits.
 
Instructions for Applying:
In order to be considered for a position applicants are required to defend their
dissertations by June 30, 2017.

Please include the following materials in with your application:
1) One copy of your CV
2) Official transcript(s) of doctoral-level work
3) Two letters of reference (one academic/research, one clinical)
4) One copy of a personal statement illustrating your ideas about how the fellowship
you are applying for will help you reach specific professional goals.
 
All applications are due by the end of January 2017. If you mail your application all
materials must be sent in a single envelope. Email submissions should be sent with all
documents.

Psychologist Position for September 2017, Shefa School, Manhattan (posted 12/17/16)

About Shefa:
The Shefa School is a Jewish community day school in Manhattan, which opened in September 2014. Shefa, which currently has students in grades 1-7, will ultimately enroll children in grades K-8 who would benefit from a specialized educational environment in order to develop their strengths while addressing their learning challenges. Shefa serves students with language-based learning disabilities who have not yet reached their potential levels of success in traditional classroom settings. We prioritize each child’s learning needs by providing excellent, individualized, research-based instruction to foster academic, social, and emotional competence and confidence. Shefa is a pluralistic community school, serving families across the range of Jewish involvement and observance.
 
About the Position:
The Shefa School is seeking a full-time psychologist or social worker for September 2017 to support our growing student body in grades 1-8.
Key Responsibilities:
• Consult with teachers on social-emotional-behavioral issues and classroom dynamics
• Meet with students individually and in groups on an ad hoc basis
• Address conflicts and social issues as they arise
• Run lunch groups
• Lead case management
• Coordinate referrals and collaboration with outside therapists and psychiatrists
• Provide behavior management support and planning to teachers
• Support and help to design Social-Emotional Learning programs
• Lead and participate in student case conferences
• Assess, manage and give feedback to parents about behavior and attention
• Communicate with parents
• Coordinate crisis assessment and response
• Coordinate Committee on Special Education (CSE) reviews
• Support admissions by reviewing applications, contacting providers, and conducting
occasional student screenings
 
Qualifications:
NYS licensed or license-eligible clinical or school psychologist or clinical social worker
• Expertise in behavioral interventions with children and families required
• School experience strongly preferred
• Exceptional communication skills with a demonstrated ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with a wide range of individuals/groups
 
As a start-up school, we seek candidates who demonstrate flexibility and comfort with risk-taking and ambiguity. We seek candidates who thrive in collaborative environments, who are reflective and committed to growth, and who have strong organizational and interpersonal skills.
 
Salary: Competitive and commensurate with experience
 
Please send a cover letter and resume to: Dr. Yoni Schwab, Assistant Head of School:
yoni.schwab@shefaschool.org

PSYCHOLOGY POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP - 2017-19, Autism Spectrum Disorder Clinical Research Program, NYU Child Study Center, New York City (posted 12/9/16, deadline 1/20/17) 

Position
Two-year clinical post-doctoral fellowship in the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Clinical and Research Program
 
Reports to
Sarah Kuriakose, PhD, BCBA-D
Adriana Di Martino, MD
 
Expectations of All Employees
All employees will support the organization’s mission and vision by exhibiting the following behaviors:
  • Excellence
  • Respect
  • Communication
  • Integrity
  • Teamwork
Position Summary
The NYU Langone Medical Center Child Study Center, an academic clinical center specializing in treatment of child and adolescent psychiatric disorders, is recruiting for a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Clinical and Research Program. This position provides advanced training in assessment and treatment of ASD, related developmental disorders, and co-occurring disorders. The postdoctoral fellow will work under the mentorship of Sarah Kuriakose, Ph.D, BCBA-D. and Adriana Di Martino, M.D. The fellowship is designed to begin in Summer or Fall 2017.
 
During the first year, fellows are expected to attain research reliability on the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule - 2 and the Autism Diagnostic Interview –Revised.  Thus, familiarity with these instruments is preferred but not required. In addition, the fellow will be trained to fidelity in behavioral approaches to ASD intervention. During the second year, the fellow will be expected to propose an elective related to long-term career goals (e.g., scholarly manuscript, specialized clinical projects).
 
Duties and Responsibilities
  • Training in diagnostic assessment of ASD and associated psychopathology using standardized interview techniques
  • Training in treatment approaches specific to autism (e.g. Pivotal Response Treatment, and group programs including but not limited to PEERS, Children’s Friendship Training, and Facing Your Fears), as well as therapies targeting psychopathology often associated with ASD (e.g., PCIT, Cognitive Behavior Therapy)
  • Developing mastery in writing comprehensive reports and designing treatment plans
  • Opportunity to present to audiences of professionals and/or consumers 
  • Opportunity to participate in ongoing research studies
  • Lead a formal didactic program for ASD program externs
Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills and Ability Requirements)
This position requires completion of an APA-approved internship and a doctoral degree from an APA-accredited program. The candidate cannot begin their fellowship until a NY State limited permit has been obtained. 
 
Normal Working Hours and Conditions
Occasional overtime as required and approved
 
Application Details and Deadline
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis beginning immediately with final deadline of January 20, 2017. It is strongly recommended that applications are submitted as early as possible. 
Applicants should submit a cover letter, letters of recommendations, and a de-identified evaluation report focusing on a case with autism or related developmental disabilities. 

Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Anxiety and Mood Disorders Center (AMD), Child Mind Institute, New York City (posted 12/3/16)

Organizational Summary
The Child Mind Institute is an independent nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders. Our teams work every day to deliver the highest standards of care, advance the science of the developing brain and empower parents, professionals and policymakers to support children when and where they need it most. Together with our supporters, we're helping children reach their full potential in school and in life. We share all of our resources freely and do not accept any funding from the pharmaceutical industry.
 
Fellowship
CMI is currently accepting applications for a full-time, 2-year clinical post-doctoral fellow within our Anxiety and Mood Disorders Center.  This fellowship position will begin as early as July 15, 2017.  Consideration will also be given to candidates who complete their predoctoral internship by the end of August 2017.  This is an exempt position, located in our New York City headquarters, and offers competitive salary and benefits.
 
The Anxiety and Mood Disorders Center is one of three programs that comprise the clinical treatment services of the Child Mind Institute (CMI).  The center offers innovative treatment services for children and adolescents suffering from anxiety and mood disorders, as well as comorbid disorders, through several specialized treatment programs, including the Intensive Pediatric OCD Program, Selective Mutism service, adolescent Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and the Stress and Resilience program for trauma.  The Center’s clinicians are experts in the field in providing comprehensive clinical care using Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), including exposure and response prevention (E/RP), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and other evidence-based treatments.  The successful candidate will have the opportunity to participate in all facets of our multidisciplinary group practice. 
 
The Anxiety and Mood Disorders Center of CMI offers an extraordinary opportunity for a qualified clinician to receive structured postdoctoral training in a unique, innovative academic-like setting.  Training focuses on assessment for accurate diagnosis and use of evidence-based treatment for children, adolescents, young adults, and their families.  Clinical training and experience includes conducting semi-structured clinical assessments, individual and group clinical work, didactics, participating in comprehensive individual and group supervision, providing education in the community, supervision of externs (with oversight and training in providing supervision), and exposure to research.  Fellows will receive specialized training in the treatment of children and adolescents with OCD, behavioral treatment of children with Selective Mutism, and will have the opportunity to treat the spectrum of anxiety and mood disorders.  Fellows will also receive specialized training and supervision in DBT and evidence-based trauma care.  Fellows are encouraged and guided to develop areas of interest and specialization.
 
As a component of the training experience, the post-doctoral fellow will also participate in a variety of learning experiences at the Child Mind Institute.  Specifically, fellows will attend multidisciplinary case conferences, clinical meetings with center staff, and attend lectures through our Visiting Professor Series, consisting of renowned experts in mental health. Fellows will also be given the opportunity to give presentations at schools and local community organizations. Additionally, there will also be opportunities to collaborate with website writers on specific topics for the Child Mind Institute website and with other services within the Child Mind Institute.  
 
The ideal candidate will possess exceptional clinical skills in the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents, including experience with anxiety and mood disorders, and will have training and prior experience in using CBT interventions. The position will provide postdoctoral clinical hours and supervision needed for licensure.   
 
Qualifications
·       Ph.D. or Psy.D degree from an APA-accredited program in clinical, counseling, school-clinical, or school psychology
·       Full completion of doctoral degree by the beginning of the postdoctoral fellowship
·       Obtain New York State Limited Permit to practice psychology by the start of the fellowship
·       Successful completion of APA-accredited internship
·       Flexibility to work hours to meet productivity goals and deadlines
·       Team player and ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
·       Demonstrated professional attitude and ability to interface with senior management, clinicians and staff
 
Application Details and Instructions
 
To apply, please submit the following to www.childmind.org/careers.
 
·       Cover letter (attention: Drs. Jill Emanuele and Jerry Bubrick)
 
·       Curriculum vitae
 
·       Three letters of recommendation
 
·       One treatment summary or case conceptualization representing your use of cognitive-behavioral interventions with a child with an anxiety or mood disorder.  Please do not submit a psychological assessment report.
 
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis beginning Dec 1, 2016 until the position is filled, and applicants are strongly encouraged to apply as early as possible.  Any questions or inquiries can be directed to Jill Emanuele, Ph.D., Director of Training, at jill.emanuele@childmind.org.
 
Employment at Will Relationship: This position description does not constitute a guarantee that employment will continue for any specified period of time.  Rather, employment is at the mutual consent of the employee and CMI, and can be terminated at will by the employee or by CMI.
 
CMI reserves the right to modify the job description and/or reporting relationship at any time.
 
CMI is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and is committed to recruiting and maintaining a diverse staff; individuals from all backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.
 
To learn more about the Child Mind Institute, please visit www.childmind.org.
 
No phone calls or recruiters, please. This position will remain open until filled.

Clinical Postdoctoral Fellowship, Columbia University Clinic for Anxiety and Related Disorders (CUCARD), Westchester (posted 12/2/16)

155 White Plains Road, Suite 200
Tarrytown, NY
 
Position Description: CUCARD Westchester is recruiting a clinical postdoctoral fellow to begin in the summer of 2017. CUCARD Westchester is an outpatient treatment clinic in the Child and Adolescent Division of Columbia University’s Psychiatry Department and is located in Westchester, NY. CUCARD Westchester specializes in the diagnostic assessment and evidence-based treatment of anxiety, OCD and related disorders in children, adolescents and young adults, with focus on accelerated treatment programs for youth exhibiting marked impairment in their functioning at home or school, including school refusal. The postdoctoral fellowship at CUCARD Westchester provides specialized training in the assessment and cognitive-behavioral treatment for anxiety disorders and OCD. The postdoctoral fellow will conduct diagnostic assessments and cognitive-behavioral treatment in individual and group formats, and will gain experience providing accelerated treatment up to five times weekly. Postdoctoral fellows will receive weekly supervision and will attend didactic seminars both at CUCARD Westchester and within the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. There will also be opportunities for teaching and professional presentations.
 
Qualifications: Applicants must have received a Ph.D. or Psy.D. degree from an APA-accredited institution and have completed an APA-approved internship. Applicants should have experience providing cognitive-behavioral treatment for anxiety disorders, and particularly exposure-based interventions, as well as considerable experience in the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents.
 
To apply: Please send a cover letter, CV and three letters of recommendation to Anthony Puliafico, PhD at acp2137@cumc.columbia.edu. Please contact CUCARD Westchester at 914-631-4618 if you have questions.

Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Neuropsychological Assessment of Learning Disabilities and Related Disorders, Promise Program at Columbia University Medical Center/New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York City (posted 11/20/16, deadline 12/22/16)

Molly Algermissen, PhD., Clinical Director
Meghan Tomb, PhD, Associate Clinical Director
 
The Promise Program Post-doctoral Neuropsychology Fellowship is a two-year, full time position based at the Columbia University Medical Center and the Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York Presbyterian (CHONY). The Promise Program service is part of the Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinical Services in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. The Promise Program provides comprehensive neuropsychological assessment and education coordination to underserved children and families of children with learning, attention, and behavior/psychiatric difficulties.

Training focuses on providing thorough and comprehensive neuropsychological assessment of learning and related disorders, with strong training in a developmental model. There will also be opportunities for assessing young children and children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, as well as limited opportunity to evaluate children with medical/neurological complications. Many patients present with complex comorbid psychiatric histories and post-doctoral fellows collaborate regularly with CHONY mental health professionals as well as providers from community agencies. Fellows also obtain training in how to interface and collaborate with school systems, including conducting school observations and attending IEP meetings. Training in educational/legal advocacy is also provided and there is some exposure to treatment issues and research. Intensive supervision is provided for all fellows, as well as regular case conferences and didactics. In the second year, fellows also have opportunities for community presentations and lectures, as well as experience in supervising clinical psychology externs.
 
Salary and benefits are competitive. Prior psychological testing and clinical experience with children and families is required and candidates must possess excellent clinical and written communication skills. Candidates who are bilingual (Spanish) are especially encouraged to apply, and should be prepared to interview and provide a case presentation in Spanish.  
 
Interested applicants should send a CV, three letters of reference, a graduate transcript and two sample neuropsychological reports. Applications should be postmarked by December 22, 2016. Confirmation of completion (or progress toward the doctorate) should be forwarded by the candidate's Program Director. Please contact Dr. Molly Algermissen or Dr. Meghan Tomb, 212-342-1600 for further information.
 
 
All material should be sent via mail or email to:
Molly Algermissen, Ph.D.
Meghan Tomb, Ph.D. 
Promise Program
Columbia University Medical Center/New York Presbyterian Hospital

Neuropsychology Track Postdoctoral Fellowship Position, Department of Psychiatry at New York-Presbyterian Hospital (NYPH) Westchester Division, White Plains (posted 11/20/16, deadline 12/20/16)

The Department of Psychiatry at New York-Presbyterian Hospital (NYPH) Westchester Division in White Plains, New York is accepting applications for a two-year postdoctoral fellowship position in Clinical Neuropsychology. Affiliated with Weill Cornell Medicine, NYPH offers training in the scientist/clinician model for neuropsychologists who are interested in becoming academic leaders. 
 
The fellowship is designed to provide advanced training in Clinical Neuropsychology following the guidelines of the Houston Conference so as to prepare the fellow to become certified in Clinical Neuropsychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology/American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology (ABPP/ABCN). Clinical cases primarily involve patients who present with a variety of psychiatric illnesses with accompanying cognitive symptoms and/or comorbid medical illnesses (e.g., dementias, autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, learning disorders, mood disorders, seizure disorders, traumatic brain injury, substance abuse). 
 
Populations served range in age from early childhood to late life and will include both inpatient and outpatients. Training is based on an apprenticeship model in which the fellows work closely with clinical neuropsychologists.  The fellow will also assist in supervising externs in methods of assessment, scoring, interpretation, and report writing. These exams, as well as the fellow’s supervision techniques, will be supervised by an attending. A broad range of didactics are offered including neuropsychology case conference, functional neuroanatomy, psychiatry grand rounds, and specialty psychotherapy seminars. In addition, the fellow will be paired with a research mentor and be expected to devote at least 20% time to research activities.  Areas of research include using cognitive and affective neuroscience techniques (MRI, EEG) to investigate the neurobiology of mood disorders. age-related cognitive and affective decline, and the development of novel treatment approaches (e.g., transcranial magnetic stimulation, cognitive remediation approaches, behavioral interventions) for psychiatric and/or cognitive symptoms. 
 
Requirements: Applicants must have a doctorate in psychology, evidence potential to participate in collaborative research, and be able to submit materials required to obtain the limited permit issued by the New York State Department of Education before their start date. 
 
Application Deadline:  December 20, 2016
 
Start Date:  August 31, 2017
 
Salary:  Salary is competitive, with full health benefits and vacation package included.
 
Application:  Applicants should send current curriculum vitae, two sample reports, and three letters of recommendation, along with a letter of intent describing career goals. Applicants should specify a potential research mentor, if possible, and their clinical training goals for the fellowship.  Please direct applications electronically to:
 
Faith Gunning, Ph.D.
Director of Neuropsychology for Psychiatry
Vice Chair of Psychiatry
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical College
fgd2002@med.cornell.edu

Post-doctoral Fellowships in Clinical Child Psychology 2017-2018, Child Study Center at NYU Langone Medical Center, New York City (posted 11/20/16, deadline 1/15/17)

The Child Study Center at NYU Langone Medical Center (www.nyulangone.org/csc), a clinical research center specializing in treatment of child psychiatric disorders, is currently recruiting for post-doctoral fellowships beginning in July or September of 2017.
 
The post-doctoral fellowship at the Child Study Center provides an opportunity for intensive and specialized training in a concentrated area of interest. This experience allows the fellows to receive supervised training and coursework, develop specialized competencies in their chosen areas, and to advance to licensure. Applicants must have completed an APA-approved internship and doctoral degree from an APA-accredited program. 
 
Post-doctoral fellowship positions are currently available in the following areas of concentration:
  • Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship in ADHD & Disruptive Behavior Disorders  2017-2018
  • Psychology Post-Doctoral fellowship in The Anita Saltz Institute for Anxiety & Mood Disorders 2017-2018
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship In Empirically Supported Treatments 2017-2018 (CBT for young children with social anxiety/selective mutism & functional impairments in ADHD) 
  • Pediatric Neuropsychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship within The Institute For Learning and Academic Achievement 2017-2019
  • Postdoctoral Fellowship in Autism Spectrum Disorders (possible, but not confirmed as of this date) 
Application
Applications should include a letter of interest, CV, three letters of recommendation, and a clinical work sample (de-identified treatment summary/testing report) and be emailed to csc-psychtraining@nyumc.org. NYUMC is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. Applications are considered on a rolling basis with a final deadline of January 15, 2017. We encourage submission at the earliest possible date.

Application Deadline
January 15, 2017

Deadlines are "in-office" deadlines, not postmark deadlines. All required documents must be received by the application deadline in order for your application to be considered complete.  

Clinical Child Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship, New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center, New York City (posted 11/12/16, deadline 12/31/16)

Position: The Department of Clinical Psychology at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University Medical Center offers a one-year clinical child psychology postdoctoral fellowship. The fellowship is conducted within the Pediatric Psychiatry Department of the Ambulatory Care Network of New York Presbyterian Hospital. The Pediatric Psychiatry Department largely serves children, adolescents and families from Washington Heights, an urban and predominantly Latino community. The fellowship offers opportunities to work within various outpatient clinic settings, school-based settings and within the community through a home-based crisis intervention program. The full-time clinical fellowship provides intensive supervised clinical experience in evaluation, psychological testing and treatment of children and adolescents with a wide range of psychiatric disorders including mood and anxiety disorders, disruptive behavior disorders and comorbid medical diagnoses. Training involves supervision in a variety of treatment modalities including cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, dialectical behavior, psychodynamic and family therapies. The fellowship places particular emphasis on training in evidence-based interventions. The fellow participates in weekly individual and group supervision (6-8 hours) and attends weekly didactic seminars, team disposition and case conference meetings and Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds.
 
Start Date: July 1, 2017.
 
Qualifications: We welcome and encourage applications from all qualified applicants from APA approved doctoral programs in professional psychology who will have completed an APA approved internship and Ph.D. by the start date of the fellowship.
 
Applying: To apply, please email a current curriculum vitae, two letters of recommendation, and a statement of interest in the fellowship to: cumcpsych.postdoc@gmail.com.
 
Deadline for Applications: December 31, 2016.
 
For more information about this position, contact Dr. Clare Gaskins (clg9023@nyp.org).

Postdoctoral Fellowships, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester (posted 11/12/16, deadline 12/15/16)

POSTDOCTORAL  FELLOWSHIPS AVAILABLE, UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER MEDICAL CENTER APA Accredited Psychology Training Program. 1-2 year fellowships, preferable start date September 1st
 
Child and Adolescent Psychology Track: Three HRSA-funded Postdoctoral Fellowship positons are available in the Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Division.  The successful candidates will provide supervised clinical care within outpatient behavioral health and pediatric settings and participate in research as a member of the Laboratory for Innovation in Child Mental Health Care Delivery and/or the Observational Research and Behavioral Information Technology Lab.  Additional responsibilities include participation in didactics, clinical supervision of junior trainees and staff, and oversight of undergraduate research assistants. Clinical care will be primarily provided within: (1)  UR Medicine: Pediatric Behavioral Health & Wellness; a community-based mental health setting serving a diverse population of children from birth to 18; and (2) the Golisano Hospital for Children’s Pediatric Behavioral Health Services; a large 10,000+ patient primary care practice focusing on the health needs of underserved populations in the Rochester community. Opportunities to participate in school-based consultation and school-based clinical services are also available. We are particularly interested in fellows with clinical and research interests and experiences that have focused on one or more of the following areas: integrated behavioral health primary care, early identification and screening, underserved populations, and work force education in evidence-based approaches including suicide prevention training for primary care providers. 
 
Primary Care Family Psychology Track: Pediatrics: A two-year Clinical Postdoctoral Fellowship position is available in Primary Care Family Psychology with an Integrated Pediatric Primary Care focus. Specific training in this fellowship includes pediatric psychology, integrated primary care psychology, family and broader systems, and family psychology. Coursework and professional seminars are dedicated to expanding knowledge base and skill development for primary care psychology and medical family therapy principles. The primary placement for the pediatric Fellow is in an urban pediatric clinic. The Fellow provides therapy to children and their families, collaborates and consults with medical professionals as part of an interdisciplinary team, works with multiple systems such as schools and community agencies, and provides consultation and teaching to pediatric residents and primary care teams. In one fellowship year, the Fellow also has opportunities for teaching and supervision.  In addition, the clinical service at the academic health center allows for variety in clinical caseload and skill development to include focus on families who are coping with comorbid medical problems as well as those with relationship difficulties. Opportunities also exist for partnership with Fellowship faculty working on ongoing scholarly projects, clinical quality improvement, and research in the areas of pediatric primary care and integrated healthcare.
 
The University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry is located in a culturally diverse and vibrant community in upstate New York.  We are an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity University that values diversity.  Members of underrepresented groups, including people of color and those with disabilities, are encouraged to apply.
 
REQUIRED: Successful completion of an APA accredited doctorate and APA accredited internship program.
 
APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 15th
 
Our program follows the APPIC guidelines, and is accepting applications through APPA CAS.  Visit our “How to Apply” page for more information:
 
 
For further information on our programs visit our website at http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/psychiatry/education/training 
 
or contact Linda Brown 585-275-3563, Psychology@URMC.Rochester.edu.

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Child Clinical Psychology, New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medicine, New York City (posted 10/15/16)

The Department of Psychiatry at New York-Presbyterian Hospital (NYPH) Westchester Division in White Plains, New York is accepting applications for a 1- to 2-year postdoctoral psychology fellowship position in the Child and Adolescent Outpatient Division.  
 
The Child Track fellowship aims to prepare the next generation of scientist-practitioners for careers in academic research and clinical applications. In consultation with a member of the psychology faculty, fellow will develop a plan to address their specific training goals. Fellows will be based in the child outpatient clinic, where they will engage in the evaluation and treatment of children, adolescents, and their families in individual, group, and family interventions. Fellows will participate in specialty clinics (e.g., Affective Disorders, Disruptive Behavior Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and Anxiety Disorders) and have supervision in CBT, DBT, psychodynamic, and family interventions, based on their interests. A variety of didactics are offered for child fellows to enhance their training and engage in professional development (e.g., CBT, DBT). Participation in clinical research activities is encouraged and fellows will be matched with a research mentor based on their mutual interests. Fellows may work with research mentors at either the White Plains or Manhattan campus.
 
See website for more details on clinical rotations, didactics, and research opportunities: http://www.cornellpsychiatry.org/education/postdoctoral.html
 
Requirements:  Applicants must have a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from an APA-accredited program, evidence potential to participate in collaborative research, and be able to submit materials required to obtain the limited permit issued by the New York State Department of Education before their start date.
 
Application deadline:  December 15, 2016 
 
Start Date:  August 31, 2017 (pending limited permit)
 
Fellowship Duration:  One to two years
 
Salary:  Salary is competitive with full health benefits and vacation package included.
 
Application:  Applicants should submit a current curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, and a letter of intent. In the letter of intent, applicants should specify the track to which they are applying, their career goals, a potential research mentor, and their clinical training goals for the fellowship.  
 
Applicants: please compile the application materials into a single PDF document labeled with your last name, first initial, and application track (e.g., “Hughes M Child Track”). Please note: If your mentors prefer to submit their letters separately, please request that they indicate your name and the track to which you are applying in their email. Address your letter of intent to Megan Hughes-Feltenberger, Ph.D., Assistant Director of Education for Psychology, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medicine and then submit the PDF file by emailing Nina Huza, Staff Assistant at nih9002@nyp.org.

Post-doctoral Fellowship in CBT and DBT, Cognitive and Behavioral Consultants of Westchester and Manhattan, New York (posted 10/15/16, deadline 12/9/16)

Cognitive and Behavioral Consultants (CBC) invites applications for a one-year post-doctoral fellowship beginning September of 2017. CBC is an evidence-based clinical and training center founded in 2004 by Drs. Lata McGinn and Alec Miller, both of whom are internationally recognized experts in their respective fields of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). CBC is comprised of a select group of highly skilled clinicians, educators and researchers who specialize in CBT and DBT. We provide comprehensive treatment for a variety of disorders, and treat children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples. This includes a growing PCIT program with consultation from renowned experts in this specialty, and specialized trauma treatment.  We have a collegial and intellectually stimulating environment and offer an outstanding opportunity to receive comprehensive training and supervision in CBT and DBT. 
 
Post-doctoral fellows will conduct individual, family and group therapies, and co-lead one or more CBT groups and/or DBT skills training groups with highly trained therapists/supervisors. Fellows receive several hours of individual and group supervision per week coupled with participation in a weekly DBT therapist consultation team and didactic seminars on CBT and DBT. This comprehensive training experience also includes monthly CBT consultation team, disorder-specific case conferences, and a lecture series in which nationally and internationally renowned speakers are invited from the CBT and DBT communities. Fellows also supervise pre-doctoral psychology students, and receive supervision and training in this area.

Post-doctoral fellows participate in core rotations in outpatient CBT and DBT with children, adolescents and adults with options for electives in the following areas:
  • School consultation (CBT and DBT)
  • Research and publishing
  • Web-based outcomes monitoring and training
  • Training toward DBT Certification by DBT-LBC
  • Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
In addition, post-doctoral fellows will be eligible to apply for an optional 2nd year of supervision and training as a licensed psychologist. This role will entail the following (in addition to direct clinical service): 1) supervising pre-doctoral psychology students, 2) further developing areas of specialization and interest (e.g., starting specialized groups, giving talks in the community, co-authoring manuscripts, school consultation), and 3) optional training towards Academy of Cognitive Therapy certification (for which CBC would cover the application costs). This addition to our post-doctoral program reflects both the expansion of our practice, and our dedication to providing comprehensive training that prepares psychologists for multiple career opportunities in the field.

This is an outstanding opportunity to join our cohesive team of clinicians who are dedicated to clinical training and to providing evidence-based services. To learn more about CBC, please visit our website at: www.cognitivebehavioralconsultants.com.
 
Applicants should have completed their doctoral degree and an APA approved internship by the start date, and have prior experience conducting CBT with children, adolescents, adults and families. Experience or interest in DBT is highly desirable. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.
 
Interested applicants should submit electronic copies of their CV, cover letter, and three letters of reference to apply@cbc-psychology.com (Attn.: Jessica Renz, Psy.D.). In their CV or cover letter, applicants should describe their CBT (and if relevant, DBT, and PCIT) experiences, including courses in graduate school, specific workshops, classes, and any other type of training. Applicants should also include information regarding the number of patients treated with CBT (and if relevant, DBT, and PCIT), the patients’ ages, presenting problems, names of supervisors, as well as length and type of supervision. The subject line should read: “CBC Post-doc Application”. General email inquiries are also welcome via email, on the phone, or in person at the ABCT convention (through pre-arrangement). Application review will commence immediately with invitation for interviews occurring on a rolling basis. The final deadline for applications is December 9, 2016.

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Mood Disorders Research, Pediatric Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program (P-MAP), Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York City (posted 10/15/16)

The Pediatric Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program (P-MAP) at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, under the direction of Vilma Gabbay, M.D., M.S., is a unique program in the greater New York metropolitan area dedicated to the study and treatment of adolescent mood and anxiety disorders. We are currently seeking a highly motivated Postdoctoral Fellow for a 2-year commitment starting Summer or Fall 2017. She/he will primarily assist in managing our research projects which utilize innovative neuroimaging, immunological, and clinical trial methodologies. He/she will be responsible for conducting clinical evaluations of patients participating in research studies investigating adolescent depression and anxiety disorders, assisting with functional magnetic resonance imaging and EEG components of the studies, and writing manuscripts. Additionally, he/she will assist the PI in writing new grant applications and presenting at national conferences and local seminars/meetings. We are especially interested in candidates who have a strong research background and proven track record of scholarship, experience in neuroimaging or neuroimmunology, and are competent in using advanced statistical methods. Opportunities for developing one's own line of research may be available. Opportunities also may be available to provide evidence-based treatment to children and adolescents with mood and anxiety disorders under supervision of a licensed clinical psychologist. Compensation is competitive and consistent with NIH guidelines. If interested, please email a CV and cover letter describing your research interests and experience to Rachel Freed, Ph.D. at rachel.freed@mssm.edu.
 
Requirements:
- Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from an APA accredited program.
- Strong background in research on internalizing psychopathology and at least one first-authored publication.
- Experience in diagnostic interviewing with pediatric populations (e.g., Kiddie-SADS).
 
If interested, please email a CV and cover letter describing your research interests and experience to Rachel Freed, Ph.D. at rachel.freed@mssm.edu.

Full-Time or Part-Time Clinician, Cognitive and Behavioral Consultants, White Plains (posted 10/8/16)

Cognitive and Behavioral Consultants (CBC), LLP is now accepting applications for a full-time or part-time clinician, based primarily in our White Plains location. Full­-time and part­-time licensed psychologists or licensed social workers are welcome to apply. CBC is an internationally recognized treatment and training center that provides clinical and wellness services, continuing education for professionals, and custom designed programs for organizations. CBC offers training, consultation, and supervision as well as a collegial and stimulating environment. Many professionals on our team also provide supervision as part of the postdoctoral training program, psychology externship training program, and social work internship program, and provide training and consultation to professionals in different settings. CBC offers significant opportunity for continuing education during peer supervision meetings, DBT consultation team meetings, CBT consultation team meetings, and CBT clinical spotlight meetings. We also organize colloquium series where nationally and internationally renowned speakers provide cutting edge lectures on evidence­-based treatments.
 
CBC provides evidence-­based services to children, adolescents, adults, families and couples. Located in White Plains and Manhattan, New York, CBC was founded in 2004 by Drs. Lata McGinn and Alec Miller, both of whom are experts in their respective fields of cognitive behavior therapy and dialectical behavior therapy. Our therapists represent expertise in a range of CBT and DBT treatment approaches for a variety of populations and problems, and offer both individual, group, marital, and family therapy. We also offer neuropsychological testing and executive functioning training for children and adults.
 
The ideal candidate has strong training and experience in CBT with children, adolescents, and adults. Experience or interest in DBT is highly desirable. There may be opportunities for co­-leading CBT groups or DBT skills groups in addition to providing individual, family or couples therapy. There also may be opportunities to be involved in our training program at a supervisory level and to offer training and consultation services to professionals in schools, agencies, and other organizations. Applicants should be licensed in the state of New York. This is an outstanding opportunity to join our cohesive team of professionals who are dedicated to clinical training and to providing evidence­-based services. The full­-time position includes a competitive salary and benefits package. To learn more about CBC and our therapists, please visit our website at: http://www.cognitivebehavioralconsultants.com.
 
Interested applicants should submit electronic copies of their CV, cover letter, and three letters of reference addressed to Dr. Alec Miller, Clinical Director, and emailed to his assistant Janisha West’s email address:jwest@cbc-psychology.com.

Part-Time Home-Based Child Behaviorist, Manhattan Psychology Group, PC, Manhattan (posted 9/29/16) 

Manhattan Psychology Group, PC (MPG) seeks to hire a part-time child behaviorist to join our growing private psychology practice in Manhattan.
 
MPG is a thriving private treatment group in Manhattan with 6 offices on the UWS and UES. MPG provides comprehensive psychological services for children, adolescents and adults, and owns the eDRC (Electronic Daily Report Card) system and Big Apple Day Program, a social skills treatment camp in Manhattan.
 
We’re seeking to hire a child behavior expert (Social Worker, Psychologist, Professional Counselor) with at least 1 year post-licensure experience treating children and adolescents  (ages 5+) with Anxiety, Mood Disorders, ODD, ADHD and ASD via ABA, CBT, Parent Management Training, School Consultation and Behavior Plans.
 
The position would be for mostly in-home services in Manhattan, though offices are available as needed.
 
The applicant must have daytime availability (at least 2 days per week) to correspond with teachers and parents to plan out interventions. Position entails working with fee-for-service patients.
 
There is administrative support with scheduling, patient correspondences, and paperwork. Candidate would receive regular supervision from Dr. Rosenthal and operate as part of a comprehensive treatment team.
 
Clinician must be licensed in New York State to practice independently with his/her own malpractice insurance and NPI number.
 
Pay is a competitive percentage of gross income based on experience. Reimbursement for continuing education is included. No other benefits.
 
Position is ideal for someone with a current part-time job with children (school, hospital, agency, etc…) but who does not already have their own or work at another private practice.
 
Position would start ASAP.
 
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If interested, please email cover letter (in body of email) and current CV (as attachment) to Info@ManhattanPsychologyGroup.com.
 
In cover letter, please describe your current work situation, experience with various child populations and treatments, and current availability.
 
No calls please.

4 New Positions, Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Glen Oaks (posted 9/29/16)

We are currently recruiting 4 new positions at Long Island Jewish Medical Center for a SAMSHA supported Treatment and Services Adaptation Center of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) that will focus on better meeting the needs of youth with developmental disabilities who are impacted by trauma. The project will involve educational outreach to caregivers and clinicians, and development and dissemination of assessment and treatment adaptations. The grant term is for five years with possible opportunities for continued employment. Immediate openings include:
 
2 half time Psychologists
Licensed Psychologists will implement outreach, educational presentations, and evaluation initiatives.  Staff will attend both TF-CBT and FOCUS certification trainings and be involved in screening/assessment protocols as developed. Each part time psychologist will be assigned a liaison role with identified community partners and corresponding workgroup and stakeholder consultation meetings. Strong background/interest required in trauma, developmental disabilities, evidence-based intervention. Strong skills needed in public speaking, group consultation and curriculum development/writing.
 
1 full time Project Coordinator
This role will require a licensed clinician (Ph.D, Psy.D., LCSW) with experience in trauma and/or developmental disabilities as well as some experiences also in evidence-based intervention, public speaking, curriculum development, and coordination of mental health services and clinical research. Ideally, this individual will also be familiar with military and veteran culture. The Project Coordinator will be dually trained in all educational presentations and clinical interventions and may carry several treatment cases for the purposes of training certification and potential piloting of adapted treatments. This individual will also have a role in preparing and maintaining systems for monitoring progress towards goals/objectives and the organizing of evaluation materials and report preparation.
 
1 part time Research Assistant
This role will require 40-50% effort a week and will require an individual who is familiar with data collection and data entry processes. This individual should have a minimum of BA experience in working in a research or program evaluation capacity with some experience in data gathering and analysis and report preparation.
 
Send letter of interest specifying which position you would like to be considered for along with Curricula Vitae and at least two letters of recommendation as attachments in a single email to pdamico@northwell.edu
 
Northwell Health is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer

Early Childhood Job Opening in Pediatrics, New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell (posted 9/24/16)

Working along with and in support of pediatricians, the Pediatric Healthy Steps Specialist provides support for families with children age 0-5 years. The Healthy Steps Specialist provides care giver support to facilitate the development of attachment, self-regulation skills, and family resiliency. In addition, the Healthy Steps Specialist will provide child development guidance to high-risk parents and other primary care givers at well child visits with the goal of facilitating children’s healthy growth and development.
 
The Healthy Steps Specialist works primarily in Pediatrics and collaborates to deliver a new model of care integrating the Healthy Steps strategies for families that have been identified as having significant risk factors. The work would be carried out through home visits, office visits and through accompanying families to key medical and specialty visits. A background in child development, social work, mental health counseling, psychology, early childhood education or early intervention is an important requirement for this position.
  • Conducts office visits, either jointly with the physician/pediatric nurse practitioner or alone.
  • Conducts home visits and accompanies patients to key medical, specialty and community agency appointments.
  • Works closely with the pediatric providers around care coordination, goal setting, counseling, coaching and education about key aspect of a child’s development.
  • Closely tracks progress made in ongoing checkups that look at both child development and family factors.
  • Provides anticipatory guidance to parents and other primary care givers around common concerns such as early learning, fussiness, sleep, feeding, discipline, toilet training, etc.
  • Provides referrals and tracks follow-up, as appropriate, to help families make connections to key resources within the community.
  • Facilitates parents’/caregivers’ education groups.
  • Works closely with the pediatric team as a resource for developmental and parenting concerns.
Qualifications
  • Master’s degree in nursing, psychology, counseling, or social work required.
  • Preference given to licensed and currently registered to practice nursing, psychology, counseling, or social work in New York State.
  • Minimum 2 years of experience with parenting, child development, social work or human service work.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrated expertise in child development issues.
  • Demonstrated commitment to working with underserved populations in a community setting.
  • Must be empathic, supportive and patient.
  • Strong motivational interviewing skills.
  • Ability to work with people of many cultures.
  • Ability to take initiative and willingness to learn.
  • Ability to work well both in teams and independently.
  • Ability to collect and enter data for program management, evaluation and reporting purposes.
IF INTERESTED PLEASE EMAIL COVER LETTER AND RESUME/CV to Dr. Cori Green cmg9004@med.cornell.edu

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor Position, CLINICAL CHILD-SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY, Yeshiva University, Ferkauf Graduate School, New York City (posted 9/19/16, start-date 9/2017)

Yeshiva University, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Combined School-Clinical Child Psychology PsyD Program is seeking to fill an ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Tenure-Track position beginning September 2017. We are a program of eight full-time faculty members with expertise in clinical child psychology and school psychology that emphasizes both CBT and Psychodynamic orientations. We have a long-standing commitment to diversity/social justice and a strong research focus.
 
We are looking for an outstanding candidate with training and scholarship in the areas of (1) assessment and (2) integrated theory and practice with children/adolescents. The position will involve, (a) research/scholarship in a substantive area related to clinical and/or school psychology, (b) graduate teaching and clinical supervision, (c) supervising doctoral research and (d) related program responsibilities.
 
Applicants with a record of research productivity and potential external funding are sought. Priority will be given to those with expertise addressing the needs of diverse families. The candidate should be licensed or license eligible in New York State. Salary is competitive/9 months. 
 
Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology is located on Yeshiva University's Albert Einstein College of Medicine Campus approximately 6-7 miles from Manhattan, New York.  The School-Clinical Child Program is an APA-accredited and NASP-approved Doctor of Psychology Program. Information about the program can be obtained at http://yu.edu/ferkauf/school-clinical-child-psychology/. Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology offers three APA-accredited doctoral programs: Clinical, School-Clinical Child and Clinical Health and a Master of Mental Health Counseling Program. Applications from minority candidates are especially encouraged. Yeshiva University is an equal opportunity employer.  Application review will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  Please send e-copies of vita, evidence of teaching credentials, representative publications, and three letters of reference to: Dr. Abraham Givner at abraham.givner@einstein.yu.edu and to Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Rousso Building – Room 116, 1300 Morris Park Avenue, Bronx NY 10461.

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Evidence-Based Treatments for Youth, The Child & Family Institute, Scarsdale/Manhattan (posted 9/17/16)

The Child & Family Institute (CFI) is seeking to hire one exceptional part-time, moonlighting, or full-time Post-Doctoral Fellow in Evidence-Based Assessment & Treatments for Youth Emotional and Behavior Disorders starting Fall 2016. Qualified candidates will have completed an APA-accredited doctoral program in clinical or school-clinical psychology, as well as a one-year pre-doctoral internship placement in clinical psychology. A strong CBT training background and prior CBT experience with children, adolescents, and young adults are required. 
 
The fellow will be involved in the broad array of training experiences that CFI has to offer, including our various specialty assessment & treatment clinics (e.g., Pediatric Assessment Center, Center for Chronic Medical Conditions, "Konfident Kids" Selective Mutism Program, TF-CBT Program, Organizational/EF Skills Training Program, Positive Parenting Program, IOP Program for OCD, HRT Program for Tics & Trich), individual & group CBT programs, our comprehensive didactics programming, weekly in-house case conference, as well as external training opportunities through CFI's Post-Doctoral Scholarship Training Initiative (STI). Based on the candidate's interests and experience, the fellow may also have the opportunity to lead/co-lead workshops in the community, conduct neuropsychological assessments, collaborate on research and/or writing projects, take on leadership, supervisory, and program development roles within CFI, and obtain further training and/or experience in specialized cognitive and behavioral therapies for a broad range of youth emotional and behavior disorders.
 
To Apply:
Interested candidates should send a CV, cover letter, and 3 letters of recommendation to Adam S. Weissman, Ph.D., Executive Director of CFI at DrAdamWeissman@childfamilyinstitute.com, and Rebecca Sinclair, Ph.D., Intake & Admin Director of CFI at DrRebeccaSinclair@childfamilyinstitute.com.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. 

Tenure Track Assistant Professor Position, University of Albany, State University of New York (posted 9/17/16)

The Psychology Department at the University at Albany, State University of New York, invites applications for a tenure track assistant professor position to begin Fall, 2017 in Child Clinical Psychology with expertise in developmental psychopathology, treatment research, child neuropsychology, or risky health behaviors. Review of applications will begin on September 30, 2016 and continue until the position has been filled.
 
For further information and to apply, please visit our website: https://albany.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=74770.
 
The University at Albany is an EO/AA/IRCA/ADA Employer.

Pediatric Psychologist, Pediatric Palliative Care Team, The Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, Bronx (posted 8/8/16)

The Children's Hospital at Montefiore is seeking a full-time clinical Pediatric Psychologist to work as part of a multi-disciplinary Quality In Life Team caring for children engaged in palliative care and hospice support. The Children’s Hospital at Montefiore is consistently recognized among the top hospitals nationally by U.S. News & World Report.  Our academic affiliation with Albert Einstein College of Medicine, a National Cancer Institute-funded cancer center, results in the availability of unique treatment options for our patients.

Successful candidates should have a doctoral degree in psychology (PhD/PsyD) from an APA-accredited program and have completed an APA-approved internship. Licensure as a psychologist in the State of New York is required.  We are particularly interested in candidates fluent in Spanish who have training in pediatric psychology with an emphasis in counseling children and families who face life threatening and life limiting conditions. Responsibilities will include providing clinical treatment for various pediatric populations, conducting  neuropsychological evaluations pre- bone marrow transplant and neurocognitive testing in our cancer survivors, collaborating with research faculty, supervising psychology trainees, and  formal lecture/seminar teaching both within Pediatrics and Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences.  Review of candidates will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  A competitive compensation package and potential for academic appointment within Albert Einstein College of Medicine commensurate with training and experience are available.  Interested candidates should send their C.V. and a brief statement of interest to:

Sarah Norris, MD, MEd
Director of Pediatric Palliative Care
The Children's Hospital at Montefiore
Bronx, New York 10467
sanorri@montefiore.org

Clinical Psychologist Position, Columbia University Clinic for Anxiety and Related Disorders (CUCARD), New York City (posted 7/15/16)

Position Titles: Instructor and Assistant Professor level positions in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Columbia University Clinic for Anxiety and Related Disorders
 
Job Description:
 
We have immediate openings for Instructor (newly licensed) and Assistant Professor level clinical psychologists  at the Columbia University Clinic for Anxiety and Related Disorders (CUCARD) office at Columbus Circle in NYC.
 
Primary responsibilities involve conducting diagnostic/intake evaluations and individual, family and group psychotherapy utilizing empirically supported treatments with children, adolescents, and young adults in an outpatient clinic setting. Preference will be given to a psychologist with expert experience/high competency in all aspects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Behavioral observation, treatment planning and consultation, intensive treatment protocols, and behavioral programming are also conducted as needed.
 
Applicants must have a strong background in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and experience evaluating children, adolescents or adults using the Anxiety Disorders Interview Schedules (ADIS) interview assessments and treating patients across the anxiety disorders spectrum and including school refusal behavior.  We also have need for a psychologist experienced with adolescent and young adult substance abuse.  Our therapy programs emphasize developmental stage, tasks, and challenges, as well as the family and contextual factors.
 
The psychologist will be expected to supervise trainees, as well as perform other teaching duties as assigned.  Candidates with demonstrated productivity in publishing and obtaining research support are encouraged to apply.
 
Part of Columbia University’s Department of Psychiatry, CUCARD is comprised of a highly energetic, vibrant and fun group of clinical psychologists and psychiatrists who all have expertise in treating the anxiety, mood and behavioral disorders. The clinic director at Columbus Circle is Anne Marie Albano, PhD, ABPP.  Participation in ABCT and APA's Divisions 53 & 12 will be encouraged and benefits include a travel stipend. Applicants should send a cover letter, vita, and three letters of reference to: Dr. Albano, CUCARD, 3 Columbus Circle, Suite 1425, New York, NY  10019.  See our website for more information about CUCARD: https://na01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=www.anxietytreatmentnyc.org&data=01%7c01%7cjguerry%40email.unc.edu%7ceba0950bfb234ee3a5cc08d3accb8e9b%7c58b3d54f16c942d3af081fcabd095666%7c1&sdata=utewO611yocM2SddygVfiM4MQy%2bfGQf23dqdKLwDG8Q%3d
 
CU is and Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer

Qualifications:
PhD or PsyD in Clinical Psychology; applicant must have NY State license or be license-eligible.

Licensed Psychologist, Eating Disorders Program, Long Island Jewish Medical Center of Northwell Health, Glen Oaks (posted 7/4/16)

Job Description: Staff Psychologist (Eating Disorders Program), Part Time (with possibility of full time)
 
Primary responsibilities involve conducting diagnostic/intake evaluations and individual, family and group psychotherapy utilizing empirically supported treatments with adolescents in a day hospital setting. Preference will be given to a psychologist with expertise in eating disorders along with high competency working with adolescents and their families. Applicants must have a strong background in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and experience with interdisciplinary team/ milieu-based treatment. The psychologist will be expected to supervise trainees, as well as perform other teaching duties as assigned. Candidates will be eligible and encouraged to apply for rank of Assistant Professor at Hofstra-Northwell School of Medicine.
 
Applicants should send together in one email a cover letter, vita, and three letters of reference to: Peter D'Amico, Ph.D., Director, Child & Adolescent Psychology, LIJ Medical Center of Northwell Health: pdamico@northwell.edu
 
Northwell Health is and Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer
 
Qualifications:
PhD or PsyD in Clinical Psychology; applicant must have NY State license.

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychology, Outpatient Child and Family Institute, Mt. Sinai-St. Luke’s Home and Community-Based Parent-Infant Center (posted 6/21/16)  

*Confirmation (by the end of June 2016) of Position Pending Renewal of Grant-Based Funding
  
Name of Program: Parent-Infant Center
 
Director: Wendie Klapper, Ph.D.
 
Program Description: The Parent-Infant Center is a prevention and treatment program that provides multidisciplinary assessment and psychotherapeutic services to pregnant women, caregivers and their young children (0-4).  The primary goal of the Parent-Infant Center is to facilitate the development of a healthy attachment between caregivers and their infants/toddlers and to promote healthy child and parent development.
 
Fellowship Description: The fellowship in our Parent-Infant Center (PIC) provides the opportunity for one full-time trainee to spend their time focusing on assessment and intervention strategies related to work with at-risk caregivers and their infants/toddlers.  The Fellow will be under the supervision of a team of specialists in early childhood development and evidence-based Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) for children and families exposed to trauma. The Fellow will conduct intakes, developmental screenings, dyadic psychotherapy (home and clinic-based) and individual psychotherapy with pregnant women. The Fellow will also provide one hour of weekly supervision to the Parent-Infant Center extern. The fellowship runs from September 2016- August 2017. 
 
Qualifications: Fellows must have completed their dissertation defense in an APA-accredited Ph.D. or Psy.D. program in clinical or counseling psychology or combined clinical-school psychology and completed their APA-Accredited psychology internship.
 
Stipend and Benefits:
The stipend for this grant-based post-doctoral fellowship is $ 43,692.  Post-doctoral fellows are entitled to full benefits. 
 
Instructions for Applying:
In order to be considered for a position applicants are required to defend their dissertations by August 31, 2016.
 
Please include the following materials in with your application:
1)      One copy of your CV
2)      Official transcript(s) of doctoral-level work
3)      Two letters of reference (one academic/research, one clinical)
4)      One copy of a personal statement illustrating your ideas about how the fellowship you are applying for will help you reach specific professional goals.
 
Please email all applications to Dr. Wendie Klapper at wklapper@chpnet.org. Email submissions should be sent with all documents.

WEEKEND – P/T CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGIST, Manhattan Psychology Group, PC, New York City (posted 4/20/16)

Manhattan Psychology Group, PC (MPG) seeks to hire a part-time (weekend) child psychologist to join our growing private psychology practice in Manhattan.
 
MPG is a thriving private treatment group in Manhattan with 2 offices on the UWS and UES. MPG provides psychological services for children, adolescents and adults, and owns the eDRC (Electronic Daily Report Card) system and Big Apple Day Program, a social skills treatment camp in Manhattan.
 
We’re seeking an applicant with at least 1 year post-licensure experience treating child (ages 2+) and adolescent anxiety, mood disorders, and ADHD and modality experience providing CBT, behavioral parent training, and creating school and home DRCs. PCIT experience is preferred.
 
Psychologist would make his/her own schedule to see fee-for-service patients. Must be available on Saturday and/or Sundays to see at least 5-6 patients at either of our offices.
 
There is administrative support with scheduling, patient correspondences, and paperwork. Candidate would receive regular supervision from Dr. Rosenthal and operate as part of a comprehensive treatment team.
 
Psychologist must be licensed in New York State to practice independently with his/her own malpractice insurance and NPI number.
 
Pay is a competitive percentage of gross income based on experience. Reimbursement for continuing education is included. No other benefits.
 
Position is ideal for someone with a current part-time job with children (school, hospital, agency, etc…) but who does not already have their own or work at another private practice. Additional opportunities to lead social skills groups and participate at Big Apple Day Program.
 
Position would start ASAP.
 
If interested, please email cover letter (in body of email) and current CV (as attachment) to Info@ManhattanPsychologyGroup.com.
 
In cover letter, please describe your current work situation, experience with various child populations and treatments, and current availability.
 
No calls please.

Research Associate Position, Child Study Center, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, NYU Langone Medical Center, New York City (posted 4/16//16)

Research Associate position opening at the Child Study Center, Dept. of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, NYU Langone Medical Center:
 
The Child Study Center is looking for a Research Associate to work on a variety of projects within an NIMH funded Advanced Center on Implementation of EBP for Children in a State System. The individual will be expected to work collaboratively with research program staff, OMH personnel, and other participants in our projects. 
 
Requirements:
  • Bachelor's Degree in psychology, education, child development or related field, plus one year related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. 
  • Previous experience working in a research setting, specifically data management is a plus. 
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and statistical package. 
  • Exceptional organizational and interpersonal skills. 
  • Able to work productively in a team environment or independently. 
  • Minimum two year commitment required, on course for doctoral program.
For more information, please see the attached description.

Visit our center website at:  https://www.ideas4kidsmentalhealth.org
 
If you are interested, please send your resume/CV and a cover letter to Kim Mach (Kim.Mach@nyumc.org).  Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

Part-Time Licensed Child Clinician, Hallowell Center, New York City (posted 4/7/16)

The Hallowell Center of New York is seeking a part-time child and adolescent clinician (licensed
psychologist or social worker) to join our team. Clinician must be an excellent diagnostician with
expertise in CBT, executive function coaching, and parent training for children with attention
deficit hyperactivity disorder, anxiety and mood disorders, as well as other developmental
disorders. Expertise in additional treatment modalities would make a candidate especially
attractive. Clinicians interested in working with adults as well as children are welcome.
 
The Hallowell Center is a multidisciplinary practice that provides comprehensive evaluation and
treatment for a full range of emotional, behavioral, and developmental disorders in children and
adults. Founded by Dr. Edward Hallowell, the Hallowell Center uses a strength-based model to
help all children and adults recognize and reach their potential.
 
Applicants must align with our strength-based approach and have the ability to work
collaboratively with a multidisciplinary team. We are particularly looking for self-starters
interested in growing with and helping us build our team. There is room for growth and flexibility
within our practice and the position could conceivably expand to full time. The position is fee for
service and anyone hired must be willing to work some evenings and preferably Saturdays.
 
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Sue Hallowell at
sue@hallowellcenter.org.

Psychologist Position, Residential Treatment Center, Hillside Children's Center, Romulus (posted 3/5/16)

Hillside Children's Center is hiring a full time child-adolescent psychologist for their residential treatment center located in Romulus, NY. For more information about the agency visit www.hillside.com.
 
The Psychologist is responsible for the diagnosis or evaluation of mental and emotional disorders of individuals through observation, interview, and psychological tests, and formulates and administers appropriate programs of treatment. Identifies psychological, emotional, or behavioral issues and diagnose disorders, using information obtained from interviews, tests, and records. When necessary, Consults reference material, such as textbooks, manuals, and journals, to identify symptoms and make diagnoses. Effectively utilizes and interprets a broad array of psychological testing and assessment instruments to assess youth clinical and cognitive strengths and needs. Develops and implements individual treatment plans, specifying type, frequency, intensity, and duration of therapy. Discusses recommended treatments and progress with patient and/or caregivers, using effective communication skills assuring their understanding of the prescribed plan. Interacts with clients to assist them in gaining insight, defining goals, and planning action to achieve effective personal, social, and educational development and adjustment. Uses a variety of treatment methods, such as psychotherapy, behavior modification, stress reduction therapy, and play therapy. Consults reference material, such as textbooks, manuals, and journals to develop approaches to treatment. Evaluates the effectiveness of counseling or treatments and the accuracy and completeness of diagnoses. When necessary modifies plans and diagnoses to more completely and accurately match the condition of the patient. Refers clients to other specialists as necessary.
 
Doctorate Degree in School, Clinical, or Counseling Psychology is required. Incumbent must be NYS Licensed Psychologist or NYS License-Eligible. Any unlicensed candidates with an expected doctoral degree in clinical, school, or counseling psychology by May 2016 may apply and would be provided post-doctoral supervision for licensure. Knowledge of and experience utilizing specific youth/family treatment models as required by program needs. Knowledge of family systems theory and practice. Familiarity with TFCBT, DBT, and/or ABA a plus. Continuous learning to maintain professional credentialing and current practice. Demonstrates excellence working in a treatment team environment through effective communication across disciplines, respect for team members and willing/proactive contribution to team efforts.
 
Hillside Family of Agencies offers flexible schedule, excellent salary and benefits packages including medical and 403(b) with employer matching contributions, generous PTO, 9 holidays, and more!
 
To apply, email btennies@hillside.com with your resume.

Assistant Professor, Developmental Psychology, Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies, Adelphi University, Garden City (posted 2/8/16)

The Gordon F. Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies seeks applicants for an Assistant Professor level tenure-track position in Developmental Psychology (broadly defined); expertise in early development and/or developmental neuroscience/cognitive development preferred, but not required.  The position is anticipated to start Fall 2016. 
 
The successful applicant will be expected to teach undergraduate courses, as well as developmental psychology at all levels.  The Derner Institute (derner.adelphi.edu) includes an APA-approved Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, a Bachelor of Arts in Undergraduate Psychology, a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience, Master degrees in General Psychology, School Psychology, and Mental Health Counseling, and a post-graduate program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis.  The primary appointment will be in the Undergraduate Psychology Department, but the candidate may also be asked to teach developmental psychology courses in our M.A. and Ph.D. programs. The successful applicant is expected to establish an active research program, to have a strong interest in initiating and guiding undergraduate student research, and to potentially engage in collaborations with other faculty.  Excellence in teaching is required.
 
Applicants for the position must have a Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degree from an accredited institution by Aug. 8, 2016.  Candidates must also demonstrate a record of scholarship and strong teaching potential/experience at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
 
Applicants should submit, through the Adelphi Web site (link to www.adelphi.edu/positions/faculty/), a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, statements of teaching and research interests, selected reprints/preprints, teaching evaluation forms, and three letters of recommendations.  Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.  Informal inquiries concerning the position are welcome and should be sent to Dr. Katherine Fiori by e-mail (Fiori@adelphi.edu) or telephone (516-877- 4809). 
 
Adelphi University is an equal opportunity, equal access, and affirmative action employer.  We also would like to encourage applications for underrepresented minorities.
All appointments are subject to final approval by the Board of Trustees.

Pediatric Psychologist Positions, Fink Center, NYU Langone Medical Center, New York City (posted 2/4/16)

Position Description: Pediatric Psychologist at the Fink Center
The Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital, Sala Institute for Child and Family Centered Care, and Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the NYU Langone Medical Center are committed to enhancing emotional wellbeing and providing integrated mental health supports and services for children, teens, and families living with chronic and complex illnesses. We are seeking a full-time, clinically experienced Pediatric Psychologist to provide direct clinical care and serve as the coordinator of an Integrated Behavioral Health Team at the Fink Children’s Ambulatory Care Center with a primary focus on Pediatric Diabetes care.  Our Integrated Behavioral Health Team is comprised of dedicated pediatric social work, child life/creative arts therapy, and psychology staff working collaboratively with pediatric sub-specialists across a spectrum of medical disciplines, including pediatric endocrinology, cardiology, pulmonary, gastroenterology, rheumatology, nephrology, nutrition, health education, and rehabilitation.  The Pediatric Psychologist will join our growing and dynamic Pediatric Psychiatry Consultation Liaison Service, comprised of child psychologists, child psychiatrists, neuropsychologists, and family therapists.
 
Specific clinical services will include diagnostic assessments as well as psycho-education and brief interventions with patients and their families, clinical consultation with interdisciplinary team members, leadership and supervision of the integrated behavioral health team, and facilitation of transitions in care from the Fink Center to elsewhere in the Hospital or to community-based services and schools.
 
Collaboration with family and youth advisors and healthcare specialists to advance  healthcare innovation, delivery science research and quality improvement is a core part of this role.  Supervision and training for trainees, including pre-doctoral interns, postdoctoral fellows, and child and adolescent psychiatry fellows, is also expected.
 
Specific training in pediatric psychology and consultation/liaison service delivery are required.  Training and experience in integrated behavioral health, collaborative and stepped care models of service delivery, and patient and family-centered care are highly preferred.
 
Applications can be sent to Ron-Li Liaw, MD (Ron-li.liaw@nyumc.org). For more information, please contact Dr. Liaw at 646-754-4883.
 
Position Description: Pediatric Psychologist at the Fink Center
The Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital, Sala Institute for Child and Family Centered Care, and Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the NYU Langone Medical Center are committed to enhancing emotional wellbeing and providing integrated mental health supports and services for children, teens, and families living with chronic and complex illnesses. We are seeking a full-time, clinically experienced Pediatric Psychologist to provide direct clinical care and serve as the coordinator of an Integrated Behavioral Health Team at the Fink Children’s Ambulatory Care Center with a primary focus on Cystic Fibrosis care.  Our Integrated Behavioral Health Team is comprised of dedicated pediatric social work, child life/creative arts therapy, and psychology staff working collaboratively with pediatric sub-specialists across a spectrum of medical disciplines, such as pediatric endocrinology, cardiology, pulmonary, gastroenterology, rheumatology, nephrology, nutrition, health education, and rehabilitation.  The Pediatric Psychologist will join our growing and dynamic Pediatric Psychiatry Consultation Liaison Service, comprised of child psychologists, child psychiatrists, neuropsychologists, and family therapists.
 
Specific clinical services will include diagnostic assessments as well as psycho-education and brief interventions with patients and their families, clinical consultation with interdisciplinary team members, leadership and supervision of the integrated behavioral health team, and facilitation of transitions in care from the Fink Center to elsewhere in the Hospital or to community-based services and schools.
 
The Pediatric Psychologist will be instrumental in expanding mental health services available on site, in the community, and in facilitating collaboration among regional Cystic Fibrosis care centers as well as disseminating information about the development and impact of our services at professional meetings, conferences, and through academic journals and other publications.
 
Collaboration with family and youth advisors and healthcare specialists to advance  healthcare innovation, delivery science research and quality improvement is a core part of this role. Supervision and training for trainees, including pre-doctoral interns, postdoctoral fellows, and child and adolescent psychiatry fellows, is also expected.
 
Specific training in pediatric psychology and consultation/liaison service delivery are required.  Training and experience in integrated behavioral health, collaborative and stepped care models of service delivery, and patient and family-centered care are highly preferred.
 
Applications can be sent to Ron-Li Liaw, MD (Ron-li.liaw@nyumc.org). For more information, please contact Dr. Liaw at 646-754-4883.

Postdoctoral Fellowship, Westchester Institute for Human Development, Valhalla (posted 1/28/16)

Westchester Institute for Human Development, a University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities and Related Disorders located in Valhalla, New York (30 min. north of New York City) is currently seeking applicants for its Post-Doctoral Fellowships in Child/Pediatric Psychology with Underserved Populations (Child Welfare & Pediatric Developmental Disabilities).
 
This is a full time APPIC-member fellowship for graduates from clinical, school, counseling, or educational psychology doctoral programs. It offers a broad variety of training experiences with extensive individual and group supervision, including:
  • Assessment /intervention with children in foster care & their families       
  • Assessment of infants and toddlers, including autism spectrum disorder
  • Assessment of preschoolers with learning, behavior, and autism spectrum disorders
  • Professional Seminars
  • Grant-funded specialty programs in foster care and disabilities 
Psychology Fellows also participate a full day per week in a 9-month, federally-funded Leadership Training in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) featuring:
  • Developmental disabilities training from a multi-disciplinary perspective (with content in clinical issues, family-centered care, cultural competence, public health, policy and advocacy, and evidence-based practice)
  • Participation in team projects & research groups
  • Attendance at local/national conferences
  • Opportunities to develop presentation & legislative advocacy skills
For further information
1) search for WIHD on the APPIC website
2) www.wihd.org (select graduate students/LEND graduate education/psychology)
 
Interested applicants should first send a CV and cover letter to T. Rao, Psy.D. at trao@wihd.org. (Please wait for a reply before starting application). Applications will be going through the APPIC CAS website