Opportunities for Students and Alumni
August 28, 2014Posted by on
Section IX (Assessment Psychology) of the Society of Clinical Psychology (APA Division 12)
Student Research Fellowship
I. Criteria for Award
The purpose of the award is to promote research in the area of clinical assessment by current graduate students. Only studies with a primary emphasis on assessment will be considered. Some examples include investigations of the psychometric functioning of psychological tests or use of psychological tests in the prediction of clinically-relevant characteristics or outcomes. Awardees and their mentors must be members of Section IX in order to apply, and awardees are expected to present their results at an American Psychological Association (APA) or assessment-oriented research conference and/or submit their findings for publication. One award of $500 will be distributed each year, approximately one month after the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association. Applications are due SEPTEMBER 9, 2014.
1. Student and mentor must be members of Section IX of APA Division 12
2. Students must have one publication (in press is accepted) or first-authored professional presentation
3. All funds must be expended directly for the proposed investigation
4. Student will present findings at an American Psychological Association (APA) or assessment-oriented research conference or submit their findings for publication
5. Funds cannot be used for salary for the awardee or mentor
Please complete and email this form and your CV to email@example.com
Eligibility Criteria Checklist (must meet all criteria to qualify):
1. I am member of Section IX of APA Division 12. ☐
2. My advisor/mentor is a member of Section IX of APA Division 12. ☐
3. I agree to present the results of this study at a research conference or submitting for publication. ☐
4. I have at least one publication or first-authored presentation. ☐
5. I will email my Curriculum Vita, along with this application, to Anthony Tarescavage (firstname.lastname@example.org). ☐
Location(s) where problem will be studied:
Itemized budget with brief justification:
Other support applied for or received:
Title of Study:
Description of proposed investigation (clearly state Significance/Rationale, Purpose, and Method in 500 words or less):
August 5, 2014Posted by on
****** COURSE OFFERING – 10 CEUs ******
The Board of Directors of the Intrapsychic Humanism Society would like to invite faculty and students to a Two-Day Course reviewing the principles of Intrapsychic Humanism. This course will be held on Saturday, September 27th, and Sunday, September 28th, 2014, offering 10 CEUs to psychologists, social workers, counselors, and teachers. Members of the board will offer a ten hour seminar providing an overall review of the theory of intrapsychic humanism. Intrapsychic humanism, developed by Drs. Martha Heineman Pieper and William J. Pieper, is a general psychology and philosophy of mind that describes a unified theory of normal development, psychopathology, and treatment. Intrapsychic humanism provides an understanding of human development that gives parents the potential to raise children who can attain a conflict-free, pleasurable, self-regulated experience of self, even in a world of inescapable external loss. The theory also provides a therapeutic approach, Inner Humanism ®, whereby an individual with troubling psychic pain can achieve an unconflicted, pleasurable inner well-being. The Pieper’s work was published in a seminal academic book for professionals called Intrapsychic Humanism: An Introduction to a Comprehensive Psychology and Philosophy of Mind (Falcon II Press, 1990), also known as the “Blue Book” in reference to the blue color of the book cover. This seminar will follow the chapter structure of the book. Key points in the book will be presented in everyday language with the goal of providing an introductory understanding for those new to the theory and deepening the insight of those familiar with the book. We look forward to September 27 & 28th when we will explore the ideas of intrapsychic humanism together.
When Saturday, September 27th, 1-5:30 pm and Sunday, September 28th, 10 am-3:30 pm
Where Loyola University Law School Kasbeer Hall 25 East Pearson, 15th floor Chicago, IL 60611
For more information please visit the website at http://www.intrapsychichumanism.org /seminars.php
August 5, 2014Posted by on
The National Network of Depression Centers invites you to its annual conference to be held on October 22-24 at the University of Illinois at Chicago. This year’s theme is “Depressions and Bipolar Illnesses: Accelerating Dissemination of Innovations” and our keynote Speaker is Thomas R. Insel, MD, Director of the NIMH. A special Academic non-member rate is available so colleagues in the Chicago area may take advantage of this opportunity to attend an exciting meeting and earn CME credit.
CME Credit Available! See Credit Statement Below.
NNDC 2014 Annual Conference
Wednesday, October 22 – Friday, October 24, 2014
University of Illinois at Chicago
“Depressions and Bipolar Illnesses: Accelerating Dissemination of Innovations”
Keynote Speaker – Thomas R. Insel, MD, Director of the NIMH
The 2014 NNDC Annual Conference will be held October 22 – 24, 2014 at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and the Palmer House Hilton.
Members attend the entire event for free! Low rates are also available for Academic and Other non-members. Book a room at the Palmer House Hilton at 17 E. Monroe Street, Chicago, IL, 60603 to receive the conference room rate. Wednesday includes an Executive Committee meeting, followed by a Board Meeting, a Task Group Happy Hour, and then a Welcome Reception for all attendees from 6:30 – 8:00 PM CT. Thursday and Friday’s scientific program will be held at the UIC Student Center West located at 828 S. Wolcott Avenue, Chicago, IL 60612. Thursday’s Reception & Dinner will be served at the Palmer House Hilton, and a special guest speaker will present on Stigma and Discrimination in Mental Illness.
View the Agenda
View the Poster Submission Requirements
This activity is jointly sponsored by the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago and the National Network of Depression Centers.
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago and the National Network of Depression Centers. The University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago designates this Live Activity for a maximum of 9.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with their participation in the activity.
REGISTRATION: Register as a Free Member, Academic Non-Member, Other Non-Member, Non-Profit employee, or Sponsor (advance permission required for Sponsors). Free members receive the Welcome Reception, Academic Programming, and Dinner.
What are my parking options at the event?
Staying at the Hotel
If you are traveling to Chicago from out of town and will be staying at the Palmer House Hilton, we suggest that you park at the hotel. Shuttles to and from UIC will be provided on Thursday and Friday.
Not staying at the hotel
If you are not staying at the hotel, and do not have assigned parking, you can use the Wood Street Parking Structure at 1100 South Wood Street, Chicago, IL 60612. Use this link to view maps of UIC.
If you work at UIC, please use your assigned parking.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Jill de Jesus
email@example.com, or 734-332-3914
Can I update my registration information?
Please contact Jill de Jesus at firstname.lastname@example.org with changes to your registration.
What is the REFUND policy?
Members can attend the entire event at no cost.
To request a refund, contact Jill de Jesus directly at email@example.com, or 734-332-3914.
If payment has been received by the NNDC, and the request for refund is made before October 1, 2014, refunds will be paid by check to the attendee minus a $25.00 processing fee, within 30 days after refund request is made.
If payment is received between October 1 and October 22, 2014, and the request for refund is made after October 1 and before October 22, 2014, refunds will be paid by check to the attendee minus HALF the registration fee, within 30 days after refund request is made.
Requests for refunds made after October 22, 2014 will not be honored.
University of Illinois at Chicago
Student Center West
828 S. Wolcott
Chicago, IL 60612
July 24, 2014Posted by on
The Chicago Center for Psychoanalysis is looking forward to the upcoming 2014/15 academic year. One of CCP’s central goals is to invite all interested professionals to join our vibrant community by becoming an active learner in our different programs. We are pleased to remind all who may be interested that the application period for CCP Two-Year Certificate Program in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy is now in progress, ending August 30th, 2014.
We welcome applications from current and former fellows of CCP, early career professionals, those who are contemplating psychoanalytic training in the future, and those working professionals or academics who simply want to expand and deepen their backgrounds in psychoanalytically-oriented theory and practice.
DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM: The program has two tracks: a clinical track and an academic track for those who wish to enrich their knowledge in psychoanalytic theory but who are not practicing clinicians. Students in the academic track will follow the same program as students in the clinical track, although their focus will be determined through discussion with their individual consultants.
The academic year will be divided into three 11-week periods. Classes are held in downtown Chicago and or downtown Evanston on Monday evenings from 7-9pm.
Components of the Program Weekly Seminars
Fall: Issues in Psychoanalytic Theory and Therapy
Winter: Psychoanalytic Theories of Development: Implications for the Clinical Work
Spring: New Directions in Psychoanalytic Theory: Self-Psychology and Relational Theories of Treatment
Fall: Freud for Clinicians
Winter: Primary Process: Dreams and Creativity
Spring: The Integration of Theory and Practice
Six quarters of clinical case conference will be integrated with the six didactic seminars.
Individual consultation or discussion meetings will be scheduled weekly with a CCP faculty member.
Six Public Lectures Throughout the Academic Year
The CCP Lecture Series, Fridays@CCP and Sundays@CCP, features outstanding psychoanalysts from across the U.S., from abroad, as well as from the Chicago analytic community. Further information will be available in September on the CCP website.
A final written project, a case report (clinical track students), a theoretical paper relevant to psychoanalysis (academic track students), or an alternative project of substantive relevance to psychoanalytic psychotherapy, will be required for graduation. All students will have the opportunity to discuss individual subject matter with a mentor.
$2,400 per year, $800 per quarter, due before the beginning of each quarter.
CCP believes that cost should not be a prohibiting factor in obtaining psychoanalytically-oriented training. For this reason, limited work-study scholarship opportunities are available for those who have an interest in participating in CCP’s Two-Year Certificate Program but do not have the resources to do so. For those applying for one of our work-study positions, we ask that you include a statement explaining your financial situation with your application. For those already enrolled in the program, we require quarterly updates on your financial situation for continued financial assistance.
APPLICATION DEADLINE IS AUGUST 30,2014
For more information, please contact the program director, Adina B. Keesom, PsyD at firstname.lastname@example.org Or email your application material to the
For details about the application process and to download the application forms please visit our website http://www.ccpsa.org under ‘Training’.
July 10, 2014Posted by on
Please see the advertisement below regarding a part-time teaching opportunity at Saint Xavier. If interested, please submit your application by July 25, 2014.
Position Type: Adjunct Faculty, Psychology
Position Category: Adjunct Faculty
School: College of Arts and Sciences
Position Scheduling: Part time
Function: The Department of Psychology at Saint Xavier University is seeking an adjunct faculty member to teach two Introduction to Psychology courses on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30-10:50 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.-12:20 p.m. Applicants should have experience teaching an Introduction to Psychology course as well as experience working with a diverse student population.
Qualifications: The successful candidate must have a graduate degree in Psychology (MA or MS) or related field. An earned doctorate (or ABD) is preferred. Sought-after candidates will possess strong teaching experience and can incorporate current scientific research into the course curriculum.
Start Date: 8/25/2014
Description of Hours: Part time
Temporary Position: Yes
Length of Temporary Position: Academic semester
Items to Include:
• Letter of application
• Current curriculum vita
• Graduate transcripts (copies acceptable at this time)
• Three current letters of recommendation
Contact Information: Applications should be submitted electronically to email@example.com
For additional information, please contact:
Dr. Greg A. Coutts, Acting Chair
For full consideration, all application materials must be received by July 25, 2014.
Saint Xavier University is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversity. EOE/M/F/D/V
July 10, 2014Posted by on
Loyola University Chicago has an opening for a 1-year full-time lecturer. Salary is $50K. Courses for fall 2014 will be a Developmental Psychology lecture, a Developmental Psychology lab (the two courses are not connected), and either one or two other courses TBA. Spring 2015 courses will likely be a similar mix. Interested applicants should send a CV, statement of teaching philosophy and interests, and evidence of excellence as a classroom instructor to James Larson, firstname.lastname@example.org, with a Cc to Dr. Anne Sutter (email@example.com), as soon as possible.
James R. Larson, Jr., Ph.D.
Professor and Chair
Department of Psychology
Loyola University Chicago
1032 West Sheridan Road
Chicago, IL 60660
June 20, 2014Posted by on
Positions available: Oakbrook and Oak Lawn offices of Centers for Family Change
The Centers for Family Change is looking for a part or full time clinicians for our Oak Lawn and Oakbrook offices (clinicians can work in more than one office).
The Centers for Family Change is a large well established practice (in business 25 years with 20+ clinicians). We provide outpatient therapy to children, adolescents and adults.
We are seeking licensed clinicians (Psychologist, Social Worker or LCPC) who have experience working with children, adolescents and families (this is required). Clinicians must be licensed for independent practice.
The Centers provides retirement benefits, health insurance (for full time employees), continuing education, and consultation, along with a collegial and supportive environment. We have experienced office staff who provide billing and support services.
Clinician(s) must be licensed for independent practice.
Experience with children and adolescents is a must.
Please contact Peter Perrotta, PhD at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax resume to 630 586-9990 or mail to 2625 Butterfield Rd., St 101N, Oakbrook, Il 60523
No calls, please.
June 10, 2014Posted by on
The APA Science Directorate supports science-oriented psychology graduate students each year through its Student Awards Program. Currently, the Directorate is advertising for two awards – the APA Science Student Council Early Researcher Award, and the APA Dissertation Research Awards. For both awards, the deadline is September 15, 2014, and applications are welcome from graduate students in any research specialty area. Through mailings and publicity we strive to reach students with information about our awards program each year.
APA Dissertation Research Awards
Sponsored by the APA Science Directorate, the Dissertation Research Award assists science-oriented doctoral students of psychology with research costs. In 2014, the Science Directorate will grant up to 30 awards of $1,000 each, as well as several awards of up to $5,000 each, to students whose dissertation research reflects excellence in scientific psychology.
The application deadline is September 15, 2014. For more details about this award, including eligibility requirements and application materials, visit:
Early Graduate Student Researcher Awards
The Early Graduate Student Research Awards, sponsored by the APA Science Student Council, recognize students who demonstrate outstanding research abilities early in their graduate training (i.e., within the first three years of doctoral study). Both overall research experience and specific completed research projects are considered in selecting awardees. Up to three awards are given each year, drawn from basic science, applied science, and interdisciplinary science areas. Each Early Graduate Student Research Award is in the amount of $1,000.
The application deadline is September 14, 2014. For more details about the awards, including eligibility requirements and application materials, visit:
June 10, 2014Posted by on
Clarkson University seeks an experienced mental health clinician and leader to direct the counseling and student health services at its highly residential campus in Upstate New York. Clarkson University is the third smallest nationally ranked research university and the institution of choice for more than 3,400 enterprising, high-ability undergraduate and graduate students. Through its 50+ programs, Clarkson educates remarkably effective engineers, scientists, health professionals, business people, and creative leaders who easily defy convention and engage—“What’s next.” Clarkson does this by creating an exceptionally demanding, boundary-spanning experience in an entrepreneurial community known for its core values, technology intensive resources, and appreciation of the Adirondack Park that lies just beyond its doorstep. Located in the college town of Potsdam, NY with three other universities nearby, Clarkson community members enjoy a constantly changing social and intellectual quality of life largely influenced by proximity to the north slope of the Adirondacks; easy access to Lake Placid as well as two major cities—Ottawa and Montreal, Canada; and a high level of regional camaraderie that encourages innovative partnerships in small business development, arts, tourism, recreation, agriculture, and green energy.
Reporting directly to the Vice President for University Outreach & Student Affairs, the Executive Director of Counseling & Health is responsible for the overall leadership, vision, and management of the Student Counseling & Health Center in support of the overall personal growth, development, and wellness of Clarkson students, while assuring the Center is in step with current national best practices. The Executive Director will have primary management responsibility for the Counseling Services, maintain a clinical practice serving students directly, coordinate with external mental health providers, and facilitate educational programs and outreach to the campus community. Administrative responsibilities include strategic planning; data collection and outcomes assessment; budget management; staff development, supervision, and evaluation; and oversight of the Canton-Potsdam Hospital contract for health services. Direct reports include three licensed mental health counselors, an administrative assistant, and the Director of Health Services who manages the day-to-day operations of the health services side of the Center. Building and maintaining collaborative working relationships between the Center and the Office of the Dean of Students, Student Success Center, other administrative offices, faculty, staff, and students is an ongoing priority for the Executive Director of Counseling & Health.
The successful candidate will possess a master’s degree in counseling psychology, clinical social work, psychiatric-mental health nursing, or related field and be eligible to obtain New York licensure. Demonstrated managerial leadership and significant clinical experience are required. Experience working in a higher education environment and a track record of innovation in addressing rising counseling and mental health needs of a college-aged population strongly preferred. Cultural competency, a collaborative and adaptable working style, effective communication and presentation skills, commitment to uphold professional ethical standards, as well as an ability to design and lead educational programs and community outreach will also be important considerations in the selection of the Director of Counseling & Health.
Application and Nomination
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the SJG website at http://www.spelmanandjohnson.com under the link Current Searches. Inquiries or nominations may be directed to Valerie Szymkowicz at email@example.com.
SJG – The Spelman & Johnson Group
Clarkson University – Executive Director of Counseling & Health Valerie Szymkowicz, Senior Associate
Visit the Clarkson University website at http://www.clarkson.edu
Clarkson University has a strong institutional commitment to diversity and is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer.
May 29, 2014Posted by on
This is a preliminary announcement.
Please note inquires should be emailed to the Director of Clinical Training, Frank Floyd: firstname.lastname@example.org
One-Year Term Faculty Teaching Position at UH Manoa Psychology Department for the Fall 2014 – Spring 2015 academic year. The teaching obligation for the academic year will be 5 courses total (3/2) offered over the Fall and Spring semesters, and includes the graduate Assessment sequence (Assessment I and II), and undergraduate Abnormal Psychology. For the other two courses, our needs include graduate History and Systems, graduate treatment or assessment seminars, or additional undergraduate clinical courses, depending of the candidate’s areas of expertise. Successful candidates will have demonstrated excellence in teaching. Formal advertisement with more information forthcoming. Email inquiries should be sent to Frank Floyd (email@example.com)
Visit the CUDCP homepage at http://www.cudcp.us.