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Clinical postdoc at UNC (posted 1/28/17)

 
CLINICAL POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW AT UNC CHAPEL HILL, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE
We are seeking applications for a postdoctoral fellowship position in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Community Clinic at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for 2017-18. The postdoctoral fellow will have an opportunity to gain valuable supervised clinical and supervision experience, and accrue substantial hours towards licensure.  Activities will include direct clinical work (primarily assessment) and supervision of graduate student trainees in both assessment and treatment activities with children, adolescents and young adults (college students).
 
 
Please see link below for more information about our clinic:
 
http://clinic.unc.edu/
 
To Apply:  please submit by email a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, 3 letters of reference (these can also be submitted by email), and 2 de-identified assessment reports (one child/teen and one young adult/college student) to Jennifer K. Youngstrom, Ph.D. (jky@unc.edu) and Erica H. Wise, Ph.D. (ewise@email.unc.edu).
 
Please submit all materials by email by February 13, 2017.

POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN DIGITAL HEALTH (posted 1/15/17)

The Duke ADHD Program in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke University School of Medicine invites applications for a new post-doctoral fellowship in the area of digital health and ADHD. The fellowship, which will be sponsored by a gift from Multi-Health Systems, Inc., will include 2 years of full-time support, including funds for pilot research and travel, to develop new and innovative approaches for managing ADHD in any age group using digital health approaches. The specific areas of focus will be open, but could include user-centered design of novel online or app-based assessment and treatment monitoring; the use of digital technology/mobile health applications to provide education and care for underserved populations; the integration of mobile-based digital health information with electronic health records; or the development and UX evaluation of innovative support tools for patients and families with ADHD. The Duke ADHD Program is an internationally recognized clinical and research center that was established in 1989 by C. Keith Conners. Currently, faculty and post-docs at the Duke ADHD Program receive more than $8 million in extramural research funding annually and serve more than 200 new patients in the outpatient clinic. Duke University and the School of Medicine provide a wide range of resources to enhance the experiences of the fellow. These include the Duke Global Digital Health Science Center, mHealth@Duke, the Duke Institute for Health Innovation, and the Duke Clinical Research Institute.

Interest and demonstrated experience in digital health applications to mental health are required for the position. Preference will be given to those applicants with a degree in clinical or school psychology and a research focus on ADHD, though other doctoral fields and focus areas will be considered. It is expected that the position will begin on July 1, 2017 or shortly thereafter. Interested applicants should send a CV; cover letter detailing their experiences in digital health and vision for early career development; and names and contact information for at least 3 references to Scott H. Kollins, PhD; Professor and Vice-Chair for Research Strategy & Development, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences; Director, Duke ADHD Program; scott.kollins@duke.edu. Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual’s age, color, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

CLINICAL POST-DOCTORAL TRAINING OPPORTUNITY AT DUKE UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, DURHAM, NC (posted 1/15/17)

The Duke ADHD Program is seeking clinical or school psychology graduates for a clinical post-doctoral training opportunity providing a range of services to children, adolescents, and adults and their families. Job responsibilities will include conducting comprehensive psychological evaluations for individuals with suspected ADHD and related conditions and providing treatment services to patients and their families. The position is for 1-year and is open for renewal/extension beyond this period depending on performance and funding. Extensive supervision will be provided by faculty members within the Program and it is expected that hours for NC licensure will be accrued within 12 months. Opportunities for involvement in ongoing research activities of the Duke ADHD Program are also possible, depending on interest and experience. Involvement in the development of collaborative care services with primary care providers will also be part of this position. Participation in clinical training with graduate students, psychology interns, psychiatry residents and fellows is possible and will be encouraged. Founded in 1989 by Dr. Keith Conners, the Duke ADHD Program is an internationally recognized clinical and research program dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by ADHD through cutting edge research and evidence based clinical service provision. Our outpatient clinic sees nearly 250 new patients annually and in the past several years has provided care to individuals from 16 different states and 5 foreign countries. The research branch of the Duke ADHD Program receives more than $3 million in extramural funding and collaborates with a wide range of investigators within and outside of Duke. The Duke ADHD Program is comprised of 6 attending clinicians, 1-2 post-doctoral trainees, and 2-3 clinical psychology interns each year. Salary range will be consistent with NIH post-doc stipend levels and full Duke benefits will be available. Interested applicants should contact Dr. Scott Kollins (scott.kollins@duke.edu) and send a CV and cover letter outlining experience and interest in the position. Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual’s age, color, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

CLINICAL FACULTY OPENING FOR PSYCHOLOGIST AT DUKE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL
OF MEDICINE, DURHAM, NC (posted 1/15/17)

The Duke ADHD Program has immediate openings for talented and motivated clinical psychologists to work in our outpatient clinic providing a range of services to children, adolescents, and adults and their families. Likely to be filled at the rank of Medical Instructor in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at Duke University School of Medicine, we are seeking individuals who are licensed or license-eligible in the state of North Carolina. Job responsibilities will include conducting comprehensive psychological evaluations for individuals with suspected ADHD and related conditions and providing treatment services to patients and their families. Opportunities for involvement in ongoing research activities of the Duke ADHD Program are possible. Involvement in the development of collaborative care services with primary care providers will also be part of this position. Participation in clinical training with graduate students, psychology interns, psychiatry residents and fellows is possible and will be encouraged. Founded in 1989 by Dr. Keith Conners, the Duke ADHD Program is an internationally recognized clinical and research program dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by ADHD through cutting edge research and evidence based clinical service provision. Our outpatient clinic sees nearly 250 new patients annually and in the past several years has provided care to individuals from 16 different states and 5 foreign countries. The research branch of the Duke ADHD Program receives more than $3 million in extramural funding and collaborates with a wide range of investigators within and outside of Duke. The Duke ADHD Program is comprised of 6 attending clinicians, 1-2 post-doctoral trainees, and 2-3 clinical psychology interns each year. Salary range will be commensurate with experience and full Duke benefits will be available. Interested applicants should contact Dr. Scott Kollins (scott.kollins@duke.edu) and send a CV and cover letter outlining experience and interest in the position. Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual’s age, color, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

FACULTY APPOINTMENT – ACADEMIC CLINICIAN, DUKE CENTER FOR AUTISM AND BRAIN DEVELOPMENT, DUKE UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES, DURHAM (posted 11/20/16)

The Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development (Geraldine Dawson, Director) is seeking a Clinical Psychologist with expertise in the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).  Clinical responsibilities will include participating in an interdisciplinary, team-based treatment program at the Duke Center for Autism that is dedicated to providing high-quality, comprehensive diagnostic and treatment services to individuals with ASD (infancy through young adult) and their families and supervising clinical psychology graduate students in training. Other opportunities may be available for conducting clinical assessments of children with ASD within clinical research studies being conducted at the Duke Center for Autism.  These opportunities involve conducting assessments as part of an interdisciplinary research team that is conducting a wide range of longitudinal assessments, including diagnostic, observational, eye-tracking, EEG, and MRI/DTI measures.  
 
The Duke Center for Autism is a state-of-the-art facility dedicated to clinical services, research, and training.  Our mission is to help each individual with ASD reach his or her full potential and to improve the lives of individuals with ASD and related disorders and their family members. More than 100 autism patient visits occur weekly and close to 3,000 children are screened annually through Duke primary care sites, providing a large clinical population at Duke. More than 2,000 unique autism patients are served at Duke annually. Currently, Duke offers behavioral health services including parent training, early intervention based on the Early Start Denver Model and applied behavior analysis, social skills groups, cognitive-behavioral therapy, speech-language therapy, and occupational therapy. Medical subspecialty care at Duke includes medical genetics and genetic counseling, neurology, gastroenterology, and treatment of sleep disorders, eating disorders, and psychiatric co-morbidities such as anxiety disorders, depression, and ADHD. 
 
Duke University offers a rich intellectual and scientific environment facilitated by several institutes, including the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences and the Duke Clinical Research Institute, which are designed to promote interdisciplinary research. Translational autism research is facilitated through frequent seminars, retreats, and workshops supported by the university that are designed for both clinical researchers and those conducting preclinical studies.
 
Duke employees are part of a premier organization dedicated to excellence in education, research, and patient care. Duke's overall benefit plan has long been recognized and valued because of its comprehensiveness and competitiveness in the market. In addition to a robust array of traditional benefits such as health care, dental care and retirement, Duke also offers a wide range of family-friendly and cultural benefits to attract, support and reward the skilled employees that help Duke remain a premier education, research and health care institution. Duke is located in Durham, NC (http://www.durham-nc.com/ ), a creative, innovative community that is a nexus for learning, research, and industry. Durham was listed as one of the best places to visit by Travel and Leisure Magazine in 2015 because of the numerous cultural, culinary, and outdoor activities offered in the area.  Durham is part of the larger Research Triangle area that includes the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University, and numerous biotechnology, government, and other enterprises. 
 
Primary Activities: This clinical position will include participating in individual- and team-based clinical activities focused on children with a range of ASD and related neurodevelopmental disorders.  Clinical responsibilities will include participation in psychological and interdisciplinary evaluations and intervention with children presenting with a wide array of needs. The position also will involve training and supervision of clinical psychology graduate-level practicum students, interns, and psychiatry fellows, as well as the provision of in-service trainings.  
 
Qualifications: Applicants must have a doctoral degree in clinical psychology or related field from an APA-accredited doctoral program and must be licensed to practice in NC (or be license eligible). Clinical experience with children with autism spectrum disorders is required. 
 
Application: Applicants for the position should send the following: 
 
1. Letter of interest 
2. Current curriculum vitae
3. Names and contact information for three references
 
Direct applications and questions to:  
Geraldine Dawson, PhD
Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Director, Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development
2608 Erwin Road, Suite 300
Durham, North Carolina 27710
Phone:  919-684-3165
geraldine.dawson@duke.edu

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY FELLOWSHIP, DIVISION OF CHILD & FAMILY MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCES, DUKE UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES, DURHAM (posted 11/20/16)

We are seeking a clinical psychology fellow to support clinical and research activities as part of Duke’s Integrated Pediatric Mental Health initiative in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. The fellow will join an interdisciplinary team (social work, psychology, child psychiatry) that supports the Duke Children’s Evaluation Center (DCEC). The DCEC serves as the primary point of access for pediatric mental health services. As part of this team, the fellow will be involved in treatment planning and care coordination for children and families who are seeking clinical services. Several research opportunities are available, including involvement in ongoing quality improvement activities, community collaborations, and grant-writing efforts. Opportunities for involvement in the provision of assessment and individual, family, and group therapy, as well as peer clinical supervision also are offered. 
 
Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual's age, color, disability, genetic information, gender, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status. 
 
Qualifications: Applicants must have a doctoral degree in clinical psychology or related field from an APA-accredited doctoral program and must be licensed to practice in NC (or be license eligible). Clinical experience with children is preferred. 
 
Application: Applications accepted on a rolling basis. Applicants for the position should send the following: 
 
1. Letter of interest 
2. Current curriculum vita 
3. Names and contact information for three references
 
Direct applications and questions to:  
Nicole Heilbron, PhD
Co-Chief, Division of Child & Family Mental Health and Developmental Neuroscience
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Duke University School of Medicine
2608 Erwin Road, Suite 300
Durham, North Carolina 27710
Phone:  919-668-0072
nicole.heilbron@duke.edu 

POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP POSITIONS, DUKE CENTER FOR AUTISM AND BRAIN DEVELOPMENT, DUKE UNIVERSITY, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES, DURHAM (posted 11/20/16)

The Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development (Geraldine Dawson, Director) is offering Postdoctoral Fellowships in research and/or clinical practice. Our Center is a state-of-the-art interdisciplinary program dedicated to improving the lives of persons with autism spectrum disorder through clinical services, research, and training.  More than 100 autism patient visits occur weekly and close to 3,000 children are screened annually through Duke primary care sites, providing a large clinical population at Duke. More than 2,000 unique autism patients are served at Duke annually. Currently, Duke offers a wide range of behavioral health services including diagnostic assessments, parent coaching, early intervention based on the Early Start Denver Model, social skills groups, cognitive-behavioral therapy, speech-language therapy, and occupational therapy. Medical subspecialty care at Duke includes medical genetics and genetic counseling, neurology, gastroenterology, and treatment of sleep disorders, eating disorders, and psychiatric co-morbidities such as anxiety disorders, depression, and ADHD. We are dedicated to a comprehensive, interdisciplinary, team-based care model in which both behavioral and physical health concerns are addressed to meet the unique needs of each individual with ASD and his or her family. Clinical fellowship opportunities include the assessment and treatment of children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and involve participating in the interdisciplinary, team-based clinical services program at the Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development. Fellows also may provide mentored supervision of clinical psychology graduate students and other trainees.  
 
Research opportunities involve participating as part of an interdisciplinary team of scientists conducting clinical trials that are evaluating novel treatments for autism.  The fellowship offers an opportunity to learn about a wide range of cutting-edge methodologies including longitudinal assessments, diagnostic measures, computerized observational methods, eye-tracking, EEG, and MRI/DTI measures. The fellowship is a one- to two-year position. 
 
Requirements
Applicants must have a doctoral degree in clinical psychology or related field from an APA-accredited doctoral program. Clinical experience with children with autism spectrum disorders is required.
 
How to Apply
Email letter of interest, CV, and names and contact information for three references to Geraldine Dawson, PhD at geraldine.dawson@duke.edu.
 
Contact Name
Geraldine Dawson, PhD
Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Professor of Pediatrics, Psychology and Neuroscience
Director, Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development
 
Contact Email
geraldine.dawson@duke.edu
 
Deadline to Apply
Applications accepted on a rolling basis

Child/Adolescent Psychologist Position, Blue Mountain Child & Adolescent Development Center, Inc., Asheville (posted 3/28/16)

BLUE MOUNTAIN CHILD & ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT CENTER, INC. invites applicants for a doctoral-level position with our team.  We are seeking a creative child and adolescent psychologist to join our newly formed practice in beautiful Asheville, North Carolina.  BLUE MOUNTAIN is a comprehensive assessment and treatment center comprised of multiple disciplines, including psychology, developmental-behavioral pediatrics, child psychiatry, speech/language therapy, occupational therapy, and educational tutors.  We serve families in the Asheville area and surrounding counties in Western North Carolina.  We assess and treat children with a wide spectrum of disorders, including ADHD, anxiety, depression, autism spectrum, and behavior problems. 
 
We are seeking a team member who will be able to provide therapy services for children and adolescents and their families.  Applicants with behavioral and cognitive behavioral training are preferred.  In addition to therapy services, this position will be called upon to develop two unique services.  First, the applicant will be responsible for developing a comprehensive group therapy program for children and their caregivers.  Additionally, the applicant will provide school consultation and educational resources for families, including attendance at IEP meetings, school observations, functional behavioral assessments, and developing behavior plans. 
 
The applicant will have the opportunity to develop this position with as much autonomy as possible provided that the overall goals of the practice are met.  The applicant must be licensed or license-eligible in the state of North Carolina.  Post-doctoral candidates are welcome to apply.
 
Please contact our Clinical Manager, Jody Davis, by phone (828-412-3227) or email (bluemtnfax@gmail.com) to send vita and/or inquiries.