Roosevelt University Department of Psychology

Opportunities for Students and Alumni

Pearson collecting adult clinical cases in support of MCMI-III revision

Pearson and the MCMI author group are pleased to let you know that we have started to collect standardization data in support of the MCMI revision project.  We are hoping that you may be willing to help us network a bit — or even better — collect some standardization cases!

If you or any of the colleagues in your network would be willing to consider participating in data collection, please feel free to pass along this email message and/or get in contact with us.  Key contacts at Pearson are listed below for additional information and to sign up.

It is worth noting that there are some attractive incentives tied to this project and only a small amount of extra work involved – especially if a clinician is already administering the MCMI-III or other assessments on Q-global from Pearson as part of their practice.

While we are hoping to collect the majority of data online via Pearson Q-global scoring and reporting platform, we will have a paper option available by the end of the month for those who would be more comfortable using paper forms.

Any assistance you could lend within your networks in support of this project would be very much appreciated by the Millon/Pearson development team!  My colleagues in Pearson’s Field Research department are listed below should you have specific questions.

The entire MCMI team is eager and excited to help carry on Dr. Millon’s important work and legacy through this important project.  Thank you for helping us to achieve this!

Take care, and my very best to you.  CJ

Opportunity for colleagues currently counseling clinical adult patients: Pearson is currently collecting adult clinical cases in support of the revision of the MCMI-III.  There are cash or Pearson report credits available as incentives for participating.  For more information about this project and opportunity, please feel free to contact Darrell Stiffey or Jason Purcell at Pearson: or

1-800-233-5686, ext. 24-8205 or ext. 24-5204

CJ Thompson

Product Manager

Clinical Assessment


5601 Green Valley Drive

Bloomington, MN 55437 T: (952) 681-3401

F: (952) 681-3259




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Personal Assistant Job Vacancy

Agile and Responsible Individual is needed to fill the Position of a Personal Assistant.

Someone who can offer these services:


Job Duties:

* Mail services (Receive my mails and drop them off at UPS)

* Shop for Gifts

* Sit for delivery at your home or pick items up at nearby post office at your conveniency.(You will be notified when delivery would be made)


Weekly: $400


Email Resume to:

(313) 647-8492

Mid-America Psychological & Counseling Services, P.C. seeks clinicians

Mid-America Psychological & Counseling Services, P.C.

Busy psychology practice, with multiple locations in Indiana and Illinois, has several openings available (Part time/Full time) for the following positions:

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Licensed Eligible Psychologist

Licensed Social Worker (LSW)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

Post-Doctoral Trainees/PhD. (Licensed Clinical Psychologists, Licensed Clinical Neuropsychologists, Licensed Eligible Psychologist, & Licensed Mental Health Counselor)

Master-Level Clinicians

If interested please forward your resume to






30 N. Michigan Ave.

Suite 701

Chicago, IL 60602

Phone: (708) 895-4427

Fax: (219) 736-9699


Calumet City

1600 Torrence Ave.

Suite 200

Calumet City, IL 60409

Phone: (708) 895-4427

Fax: (219) 736-9699


Miller Beach

1011 N. Shelby St.

Gary, IN 46403

Phone: (219) 736-1000

Fax: (219) 736-9699



3229 Broadway

Suite 157

Gary, IN 46404

Phone: (219) 736-1000

Fax: (219) 736-9699



9335 Calumet Ave.

Suite D

Munster, IN 46321

Phone: (219) 513-8508

Fax: (219) 513-9825



8300 S. Broadway

Suite F1

Merrillville, IN 46410

Phone: (219) 736-1000

Fax: (219) 736-9699



National Network of Depression Centers annual conference

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.

Registration information:

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

Accreditation Statement:
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.

Attendee FAQs

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
NNDC, or 734-332-3914

Can I update my registration information?

Please contact Jill de Jesus at with changes to your registration.

What is the REFUND policy?

Members can attend the entire event at no cost.

Paying Attendees
To request a refund, contact Jill de Jesus directly at, 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

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Positions available: Oakbrook and Oak Lawn offices of Centers for Family Change

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 or fax resume to 630 586-9990 or mail to 2625 Butterfield Rd., St 101N, Oakbrook, Il 60523

No calls, please.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist, LCPC, or LCSW sought in Batavia, IL

Established and busy private practice located on the Fox River in Batavia, Illinois is seeking a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, LCPC, or LCSW. We would also consider a pre-licensure candidate.

At Prairie Psychotherapy Services we believe “All good psychotherapy has these elements in common: the presence of empathy; a process for self-examination; tools for healing and change; and support during the process of implementing new ways of perceiving, behaving, and relating. Whether the focus of therapy is stabilizing a crisis marriage, navigating a family problem, facing an addiction, healing previous trauma, or controlling anxiety or depression symptoms, clients should expect empathic, respectful support in increasing their self-understanding and in changing their lives. People seek therapy because they need understanding, help, and relief–the relief that comes from immediate attention to their suffering, and the relief that comes from beginning to hope for a more peaceful, joyful life.” – Dr. Amy MacDonald

The therapists at Prairie Psychotherapy Services offer assessment and treatment for adults, adolescents, children, families and couples.
We have extensive experience in treating:
– Depression
– Anxiety
– Addictive Disorders
– Eating Disorders
– Post-trauma reactions
– Adjustment to life stressors
– Marital problem
– Bipolar Disorder
– Personality Disorders
– Panic Disorder
– Chronic Pain
– Parenting Challenging Children and Adolescents
– Phobias
– Grief and Loss
– Self-Esteem Problems
– Phase of Life Adjustment
– Divorce and Step-Parenting

We offer a competitive compensation arrangement as well as supervision and consultation.

Riley MacDonald

SPAGS is seeking qualified and enthusiastic students to serve as Campus Representatives

SPAGS is seeking qualified and enthusiastic students to serve as Campus Representatives. Time commitment is minimal.
Tasks would include distributing information about SPA and SPAGS to your department. Graduate and Undergraduate students welcome!

To apply, point your browser to this address:

For more information, please contact:
Christy Denckla at or Melanie Corum at
Campus Representative Program
Society for Personality Assessment
Graduate Student Association

Benefits include:
Recognition at SPA’s Annual Convention
Building your CV and experience

The Society of Personality Assessment Graduate Student Association (SPAGS) is accepting applications from students interested in becoming a campus representative. As a campus representative, you will be responsible for increasing SPAGS visibility in your program. This can be done in numerous ways, and you can be creative in doing so! You must be an SPAGS member (visit for info) and be in good standing at your university. This is a great opportunity to become involved with SPAGS leadership. Please refer to the informational flier attached to this email. We look forward to receiving your application.

Applications can be completed by using this form:

Caring Connections volunteer opportunities

1/25/12 – There are more than 400,000 hospice and palliative care volunteers working to bring families support and compassion when they’re needed most. 

Hospice and palliative care volunteers are friends who lend an ear, a hand, and their hearts.  It must be love.

For more information about volunteering, call your local hospice or contact Caring Connections at 800-658-8898 or

Unity Hospice seeking volunteers

1/25/12 – Unity Hospice is looking for volunteers.  If you are interested, please contact:

Deanna Perrone, LSW

Volunteer Coordinator, Bereavement Coordinator and Social Worker

Unity Hospice of Chicagoland, LLC

700 S. Clinton Suite 210

Chicago, IL  60607

Phone: (312) 427-6000

Cell: (312) 882-0638

Fax: (312) 427-6004


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