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Licensed or License Eligible Clinical Psychologist


Emerge is pleased to announce an immediate opening for a licensed or license-eligible psychologist. This position will entail performing psychological testing, psychotherapy, and supervision of graduate students. Requirements for this position include experience and competence in both psychological testing and psychotherapy for children and adolescents, though opportunities are available to serve adults as well. Experience with Autism Spectrum Disorders is strongly preferred, and experience with trauma-focused intervention is a plus.

About the practice:

Emerge is a collaborative team of highly qualified and dedicated clinicians including Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), Clinical Psychologists, Licensed Professional Counselors and Behavior Specialists. We are a fast-growing practice and offer both ABA and psychological services to individuals of all ages. We work closely together to provide our clients with high-quality treatment, empower families, and train effective practitioners through partnerships with DU, CSU, CU, and UNC graduate programs. Emerge promotes a culture of highly ethical and effective practice, constant learning, and professional growth.

Emerge has just moved into 5000sft of newly refinished office space overlooking the Colorado front range mountains. Located in upscale Cherry Creek, our location offers easy access to restaurants and distinguished shopping. Denver was recently named the most desired city in the nation to reside in and Colorado has more than 300 days of sunshine each year!

Emerge offers a competitive benefits package for full time employees that includes:

Medical

Dental

Vision

Paid vacation/ sick time/ holidays

401k with Safe Harbor

Continuing Education

For immediate consideration, please submit CV, cover letter and three professional references to Megan Little, MHA at mlittle@emergeprofessionals.com

Postdoctoral Position - Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes

 
Overall Description of Responsibility or Nature of Work
A clinical and research postdoctoral fellow position in the field of pediatric diabetes is available in the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes (Pediatric Division), at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. The fellow will receive systematic training in the specialized knowledge and skills related to the management of type 1 diabetes with a specific emphasis on the implementation of adherence and other behavioral (e.g., fear of hypoglycemia) interventions. The fellow will receive four core training experiences: research, clinical care, research program development, and teaching and consultation. Approximately 75% of the fellow’s time will be spent on research through participation on existing NIH-funded grants, with the other 25% spent in direct clinical care. The fellow’s training includes study design and execution, manuscript writing, and grant preparation. Fellows will have the opportunity to receive additional mentorship via team collaborations within the Barbara Davis Center. Educational opportunities will be tailored to the fellow’s individual training needs and career goals include grand rounds, didactics, and seminars within the Barbara Davis Center and the University of Colorado. This is a two-year position, which is not renewable. The salary structure is both attractive and nationally competitive. Other benefits include health/dental insurance, vacation/sick leave and access to all University facilities.
 
For questions about research projects, the nature of the position and duties, or any other inquiries or interest, please contact Dr. Kimberly Driscoll: kimberly.driscoll@ucdenver.edu.  
 
Training Philosophy
Our training philosophy is based on the scientist-practitioner model: the fellow will be trained in advanced skills in the practice of psychology and in the integration of research and clinical services in a center dedicated to the medical and psychological treatment of children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes and their families. Following the completion of training, the fellow will be prepared to function independently at the assistant professor level within a medical school or other professional setting with the goal of becoming a licensed psychologist by the end of the fellowship.
 
Qualifications: 
All candidates should be from an American Psychological Association (APA) approved doctoral graduate program in clinical, counseling, or school psychology, and will have completed (or be about to complete) an APA-approved internship program. Experience with children and adolescents is required and experience with type 1 diabetes or another pediatric chronic illness is preferred.
 
Salary & Benefits:  Salary is commensurate with skills and experience. The University of Colorado offers a full benefits package. Information on University benefits programs, including eligibility, is located at Employee Services.
 
The University of Colorado Denver is dedicated to ensuring a safe and secure environment for our faculty, staff, students and visitors. To assist in achieving that goal, we conduct background investigations for all prospective employees.
 
The University of Colorado strongly supports the principle of diversity. We encourage applications from women, ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities and all veterans. The University of Colorado is committed to diversity and equality in education and employment.
 
The Immigration Reform and Control Act requires that verification of employment eligibility be documented for all new employees by the end of the third day of work. Alternative formats of this ad are available upon request for persons with disabilities.
 
APPLICATION:
Applicants must apply through https://cu.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=08764&lang=en
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is filled with an anticipated start date of July 1, 2017 (or later depending on date of internship completion).
Required application materials:
1)       Cover letter
2)       Curriculum vitae
3)       The names, addresses, daytime telephone numbers and e-mail addresses for three professional references, either attached to your resume/CV or uploaded as a separate document
Please be advised that the University does check references as part of the employment process. 
 
Please do not submit any of your application material (via email) to the job posting contact.
 
(posted 3/16/17)

Clinical Psychologist Position, Bruner Family Medicine in St. Joseph Hospital, Denver (posted 12/27/16)

The position will help to develop and grow an integrated care model within a family medicine clinic and residency program. The psychologist will assist in reducing barriers to care for patients with behavioral health needs and increasing access to best-practices in behavioral health for at-risk patients. The psychologist will also be responsible for training clinical staff and resident physicians in screening and treating psychiatric conditions in low-income populations. They will provide direct patient care via consultation, brief therapy, and crisis interventions. The individual will also be involved with quality improvement projects for the clinic. Patient population consists of low-income families and uninsured patients. The family medicine clinic primarily serves disadvantaged populations with around 60% identifying as Hispanic.  The clinic would prefer someone who speaks Spanish but all applicants should apply.

This is a full time position with excellent benefits and compensation. For additional information, please see this link. (FYI - The link is still being updated to reflect the preference for a licensed psychologist)

If you have questions about the position, please contact at jill.a.hersh@gmail.com.

Letters of interest and CV can be sent directly to the clinic director: Cherise.Callighan@sclhs.net

Three Clinical and Pediatric Psychology Positions, Children's Hospital Colorado/University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver (posted 10/15/16)

The Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and the Pediatric Mental Health Institute (PMHI) at Children’s Hospital Colorado is a vital and growing research, teaching, and clinical section in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.  The PMHI has recently completed an ambitious strategic plan which includes continued recruitment of multiple faculty positions each year.  Based at the Anschutz Medical and Research Campus, the PMHI benefits from affiliation with world class interdisciplinary professional education, research programs and clinical services. 
 
To access all University of Colorado job postings, go to www.cu.edu/cu-careers to search by title, key word, etc.  Please visit the website for complete job posting information and for all current postings.
 
Outpatient Psychologist – Anxiety
PMHI seeks an experienced, licensed psychologist with demonstrated expertise in the use of evidence-based treatment with children and adolescents with anxiety disorders.  As noted above, our interdisciplinary outpatient services provide evidence-based services and will be tripling in size over the next three years.  Our outpatient clinic provides individual, group, intensive outpatient, and interim care services at CHC’s main facility on the Anschutz Medical Campus and in several satellite facilities in the Denver metropolitan area.  Applicants must possess a Colorado Psychologist License or be eligible for licensure within the state of Colorado. 
 
Outpatient Psychologist – General/Assessment
PMHI seeks an experienced, licensed psychologist with demonstrated expertise in the use of evidence-based treatment with children and adolescents.  An interest in implementing outcomes measures as well as development of an assessment clinic is ideal.  As noted above, our interdisciplinary outpatient services provide evidence-based services and will be tripling in size over the next three years.  Our outpatient clinic provides individual, group, intensive outpatient, and interim care services at CHC’s main facility on the Anschutz Medical Campus and in several satellite facilities in the Denver metropolitan area.  Applicants must possess a Colorado Psychologist License or be eligible for licensure within the state of Colorado. 
 
Pediatric Psychologist
PMHI seeks an experienced, licensed pediatric psychologist with demonstrated expertise in the use of evidence-based treatment with children and adolescents in pediatric specialty care clinics.  Many specialty clinics located at Children’s Hospital Colorado are committed to providing embedded mental health services and opportunities exist in a variety of these practices.  Those with interest and experience in GI, endocrinology, cardiology, or neurology clinics are currently sought.  

Applicants must possess a Colorado Psychologist License or be eligible for licensure within the state of Colorado.  
 
For questions related to faculty positions at the University of Colorado Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, contact Melissa Sinclair, Division Administrator at 720-777-6203 or Melissa.Sinclair@ucdenver.edu

Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Pediatric Behavioral Sleep Medicine, National Jewish Health, Denver (posted 4/5/16)

The Division of Behavioral Health/Department of Pediatrics at National Jewish Health announces the availability of a postdoctoral research fellowship for the 2016-2017 academic year.  The fellow will obtain experience in executing NIH grant-funded research, disseminating research through presentations and publications, and contributing to the development and implementation of research in pediatric behavioral sleep medicine.  The primary research project that the fellow will be involved with utilizes a sleep manipulation protocol to examine the impact of sleep duration on lung function and asthma outcomes in adolescents. 
 
While this is a research fellowship, fellows may have the opportunity to obtain clinical hours toward licensure (if desired).  Candidates from a doctoral program in clinical or school psychology must come from an APA-accredited program and complete an APA-accredited internship. Candidates from experimental psychology or other related fields will also be considered.  Prior to the start of fellowship candidates must defend their dissertation.  Experience in behavioral sleep medicine and/or pediatric psychology is preferred, but not required.
 
National Jewish Health is a leader in respiratory and immunological research.  The Pediatric Behavioral Sleep Clinic serves children ages 6 months through college age.  Other populations served in the Department of Pediatrics include children with asthma, atopic dermatitis, food allergies, and other respiratory and immunological disorders.  The fellow will have the opportunity to attend weekly didactics at National Jewish Health, as well as professional development activities at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
 
Pending funding this fellowship may be renewed for a second year.  For more information, please contact Dr. Meltzer directly at 303-398-1837 or meltzerL@njhealth.org.
 
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  Interested applicants will need to provide a cover letter, vita, and three references (providing both email and phone number), and can apply online at http://jobs.nationaljewish.org/postdoctoral-research-associate/job/5944970.

Postdoctoral Fellow in Psychology, Intensive Psychiatric Services, Children's Hospital Colorado, Aurora (posted 1/27/16)

All fellowships are designed as full-time 12-consecutive -month programs beginning in September 2016. Fellows will receive a salary of $39,600, subject to the withholding of taxes.  As a full-time Children’s Hospital Colorado employee, fellows are eligible for benefits equivalent to a first year employee which include; medical, dental, vision, short term disability, and life insurance options.  Fellows are eligible for a total of 21 days of paid time off for holiday (7 Children’s Hospital Colorado observed holidays), vacation, and sick days, and 5 professional leave days.  Malpractice insurance is provided by Children’s Hospital Colorado. The fellowship program is broadly intended to be comprised of 60% time devoted to clinical experience and 40% time developed to research activities with fellowship placements determining the specific activities and time allocations.
 
Requirements for Admission
Applicants must have completed their training in an APA or CPA accredited PhD or PsyD program in Clinical, Counseling, or School Psychology, and an APA accredited internship.  Candidates are expected to have sufficient training and experience in Child Clinical Psychology to be able to maximally benefit from the experiences offered.  Applications will be accepted from doctoral candidates who expect to have completed all doctoral degree requirements by the fellowship start date, including completion of internship and successful dissertation defense. Positions are contingent upon official verification of completion of all doctoral degree requirements (e.g., diploma, transcript) through the graduate school conferring the degree prior to starting the fellowship. The training program is committed to the recruitment of culturally and ethnically diverse individuals.  Bilingual applicants, and all other qualified applicants, are encouraged to apply. 
 
A completed application consists of the following materials:
  • Cover letter stating specifying interest in the specific post-doctoral position of choice, previous clinical, research and professional experience relevant to the post-doctoral program and expectations of personal and/or professional goals that may result from engaging in the specific post-doctoral program identified
  • A current Curriculum Vitae
  • Three letters of recommendation, Please submit only three letters
Please send your application to the Department Program Coordinator Christine.Mann@childrenscolorado.org.
 
Site Description
The Intensive Psychiatric Services (IPS) programs within the Pediatric Mental Health Institute at Children’s Hospital Colorado treat children and adolescents, age 4 to 17 years old, who are experiencing an acute emotional or behavioral crisis. 
 
The IPS programs include an 18-bed secure general inpatient psychiatric unit and a partial hospitalization program (PHP).  Children and adolescents are admitted to the inpatient unit because of an active risk of harm to themselves or others and/or an inability to meet their basic daily needs because of severe psychiatric impairment.  The average inpatient length of stay is approximately one week.  Patients are admitted to PHP  when they are unable to function successfully in their normal daily environments, but can be safely maintained at home.  Program hours are Monday through Friday 8:30am – 2:30pm.  PHP serves up to 20 patients and the average length of stay for this program is two weeks. 
 
The IPS programs are staffed by an interdisciplinary team that includes psychiatrists, psychologists, licensed therapists, occupational therapists, psychiatric nurses and mental health counselors.  Both programs utilize individual, family, group and milieu therapy, with an emphasis on cognitive-behavioral and dialectical behavior therapies, behavior modification, parent-management training and other evidenced-based approaches to care. 
 
Fellowship Objectives:
  • Develop clinical expertise in acute care psychology by working with a diverse range of children and adolescents experiencing serious emotional and/or behavioral crises
  • Develop expertise in psychological assessment, intervention and consultation within an acute psychiatric setting
  • Gain skills in program development and evaluation
Clinical Duties:
 
Assessment
 
Research and Program Development:
  • Assist with the development and implementation of evidenced-based treatment pathways targeting presenting concerns that are common among intensive services patients (e.g., depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, peer difficulties, parent-child relational problems, school refusal etc).
  • Assist with the development and implementation of program evaluation tools including:
    • Structured baseline (admission) and follow-up (pre-discharge) assessments of patient symptoms and functioning
    • Baseline and daily acuity ratings
    • Patient and parent satisfaction surveys
  • Assist with the development and implementation of adolescent and child group therapy curricula that correspond with different clinical treatment pathways