Roosevelt University Department of Psychology

Opportunities for Students and Alumni

Director of Clinical Training (DCT) Psy.D. Program at Marywood University

Director of Clinical Training (DCT) Psy.D. Program

Marywood University is seeking a tenure-track, core faculty member with the necessary training, experience, and abilities to serve as the Director of Clinical Training (program director) for our APA- accredited Psy.D. program in clinical psychology.  Continuously accredited since 2006, this competitive, university-based, full-time program includes an on-campus Psychological Services Center (student training clinic serving the community), small cohort size (8-10), and excellent student outcomes.  In addition to providing students with foundational knowledge in psychology, the program teaches students to be sophisticated consumers of research, reflecting our scholar-practitioner model.  The structured curriculum allows students to progress from novice to the early stages of competent clinician in assessment, intervention, and supervision/consultation.

This 9-month full-time position combines administrative, academic, and clinical responsibilities; part-time administrative duties over the summer months are also required.  The ideal candidate will have demonstrated successful leadership experience in an academic or clinical setting.  Full-time teaching load is 18 credits for the academic year, with a 6 credit reduction for program administration.  Teaching responsibilities will be primarily at the graduate level, although there is the possibility of teaching undergraduate courses.  While area of scholarship is open, research and clinical experience in trauma, forensics, or substance use would nicely complement existing faculty areas of interest.  Supervision of student research is required.  Clinical experience and expertise in working with both children and adults is ideal.  Faculty are also expected to provide service to the department, university, community, and the profession.  Rank is at the assistant, associate, or full professor level, commensurate with qualifications.

Marywood University is a comprehensive, liberal arts, Catholic university sponsored by the Congregation of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.  The university is located in Scranton, Pennsylvania, an ideal location that offers mountainous views, a variety of culinary and cultural opportunities, and swift access to Philadelphia, New York City, and the Pocono Mountains.


A doctoral degree from an APA-accredited program in clinical psychology and licensed or license-eligible in PA is required.  An APA-accredited or APPIC-approved pre-doctoral internship is preferred.  Teaching, clinical, and administrative experience and a recent record of scholarship are required.  Familiarity with the APA-accreditation process is a plus.  Diverse individuals are encouraged to apply. The search will be ongoing until the position is filled.

How to Apply

Applicants should send a letter of interest, current curriculum vita, and list of references with contact information.  An electronic copy of materials should be sent to:


Brooke Cannon, Ph.D., Chair of DCT Search Committee

Department of Psychology and Counseling

Marywood University

2300 Adams Avenue

Scranton, PA   18509

570-348-6211 x2324

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Advanced Clinical Psychology

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Advanced Clinical Psychology

A one-year full-time Postdoctoral Fellowship emphasizing Advanced Clinical Psychology at the University of Kansas Medical Center will be available starting September 1, 2017. This specialty training position combines advanced clinical experience within psychiatric and medical settings with the opportunity to supervise and train psychology graduate students, interns and medical students. The Fellow will participate in a variety of clinical didactics offered within the Psychiatry Department and the Medical Center. Research involvement is encouraged but not a primary component. Candidates will receive supervision toward licensure in the state of Kansas and are required to obtain provisional licensure in Kansas. Training is also provided in other important professional skills, including interdisciplinary practice, advocacy, and public policy.

The candidate will be expected to perform assessments of cognitive and emotional/behavioral functioning, provide individual psychotherapy and behavioral health interventions to individuals who have a wide range of psychiatric illnesses including schizophrenia, bipolar mood disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, major depressive disorder, addictions and/or other relevant medical conditions (e.g., neurological, cardiac, endocrine, etc) and complications therein (e.g., suicide attempt, mental status changes, treatment non-compliance, etc). Clinical services will be provided within multiple sites throughout the University of Kansas Health System (Kansas City Metropolitan Area) in collaboration with psychiatrists, physicians, psychologists, nurses, social workers and other professionals as applicable.

Eligible candidates will be U.S. citizens who have obtained their PhD or PsyD in Clinical or Counseling Psychology or related degree from an APA-accredited or equivalent graduate program that includes completion of an APA-accredited internship. All degree requirements, including dissertation defense, must be completed prior to beginning the fellowship.

The goal of this postdoctoral fellowship position is to provide a unique and relevant practitioner-scholar training experience in clinical psychology. The Postdoctoral Fellowship will be for a full year, with a full-time salary and package that includes paid holidays, health insurance, and vacation, sick leave, and authorized leave for conferences.

Accreditation by the American Psychological Association is being pursued.

Applicants will be asked for a letter of interest, current CV, 3 letters of recommendation, graduate transcripts, and a clinical work sample.

Interested candidates should contact:

Albert B Poje, PhD

Chief Psychologist, Adult Inpatient Psychiatry University of Kansas Medical Center, MS 4015

3901 Rainbow Blvd

Kansas City, KS 66160

(913) 588-6463



SALARY: $47,476

START DATE: September 1, 2017

More information on the position and application process can be found on our website:

Psychology Adjunct Position for SP17 at Wright Community College

Psychology Adjunct Courses –    SPRING 2017

MA or MS in Psychology required

Location: Wright College

4300 N. Narragansett Ave., Chicago 60634

Please email: with Resume/CV

Miami International Child and Adolescent Mental Health (MICAMH) Conference

Florida International University is thrilled to once again host its child and adolescent mental health biennial conference in Miami!  The Miami International Child and Adolescent Mental Health (MICAMH) Conference (formerly known as the Niagara-in-Miami Conference), is one of the leading interdisciplinary conferences presenting state-of-the-art, evidence-based prevention and treatments for mental health and educational problems in children and adolescents. Didactic lectures and hands-on experience are combined to teach professionals the basic principles and advanced strategies of effective psychosocial, psychoeducational, pharmacological, and combined interventions, including clinic-based treatments, school-wide interventions and parent training.

The upcoming conference will be held Feb 22-24th, 2017 in Miami. We truly have a truly incredible lineup of keynote speakers and workshop presenters for 2017, including: Matthew Nock, Ph.D., Anthony Mannarino, Ph.D., Cheryl McNeil, Ph.D., Eric Youngstrom, Ph.D., John Piacentini, Ph.D., ABPP, Susan Shite, Ph.D., Michael Robbins, Ph.D., Denise Chavira, Ph.D., and many more to still be announced. Stay tuned for more updates!

You can go ahead and register at . Students can use discount code Stu17 at checkout.

We hope you can join us!

University of Redlands’ Counseling Center seeks licensed Mental Health Therapist

POSITION:                           Mental Health Therapist

POSITION CODE:                                       3545

DEPARTMENT:                                          Counseling Center, Student Development

MONTHS/HOURS:                                    Full-time, 10 Months

AVAILABLE:                                                   September 5, 2016

INTRODUCTORY PERIOD:                    Twelve (12) Months

POSTING DATE:                                           August 19, 2016

APPLICATION DEADLINE:                    Open Until Filled

DESCRIPTION: The University of Redlands’ Counseling Center is seeking a licensed Mental Health Therapist to provide a full range of clinical services, outreach services, and clinical supervision in support of the Academic and Student Life mission of the University of Redlands. In addition to the usual responsibilities of a generalist at a university counseling center, we are seeking candidates who take seriously the impact of marginalized identities, experiences of inequality, and experiences of oppression and privilege on mental health. Specifically, we are looking for a licensed therapist who has clinical experience with students of color, 1st generation, low income, and international college students.

Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Clinical Services: Provide short term counseling, crisis intervention, and case management for University of Redlands’ students; conduct workshops, psychoeducational groups and group therapy; provide consultation to the university community regarding issues that affect the educational, developmental, and psychological well-being of students; provide referrals to and coordinate care with the Student Health Center and community providers; participate in a rotation of after-hours coverage.

Outreach Services: Develop and participate in community education and outreach programming to a diverse student population, e.g., Suicide Prevention (QPR) training, residence hall programming, and training of Residence Life staff.

Supervision: As appropriate, provide clinical supervision to trainees including doctoral (Ph.D. and Psy.D.) and masters level (MFT and PCC) practicum students; provide training and educational seminars for practicum students; co-facilitate outreach activities, workshops, and groups with practicum students.

Other Areas of Responsibility:

  • Contributes to continued Counseling Center program development.
  • Performs other duties and special projects as assigned or directed.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Requires licensure in the state of California as a Clinical or Counseling Psychologist, MFT or LPCC. Doctoral level candidates preferred, with graduation from an APA accredited doctoral program. Master’s candidates will be considered given one’s experience and training. All candidates must be able to demonstrate experience working with students of color, 1st generation, low income, and international college students.  A strong interest in the developmental and mental health issues of college students is required as well as the ability to apply therapeutic skills to students with psychological learning and physical disabilities. Good interpersonal skills are essential as well as excellent oral and written communication skills. Knowledge of and ability to adhere to legal standards set forth by the state of California and federal laws, along with the ethical standards established by APA, ACA, CPA, BBS, CAMFT, CALPCC, and the University of Redlands. This position requires strong motivation, drive, and proven ability to competently interact with a culturally and ethnically diverse population of students, faculty, and staff. Successful candidate will have experience using the Internet and be competent in a variety of Windows-based computer programs including MS Word and Excel. In compliance with The Americans with Disabilities Act if selected for the interview process and accommodations are needed please call 909/748-8040.

TO APPLY: Submit a University of Redlands Administrator application form at





Psychologist Position Opening at Halliday Center for Psychotherapy and Wellness, Inc. in Encinitas CA

Psychologist Position Opening

The Halliday Center for Psychotherapy and Wellness, Inc. in Encinitas CA (North San Diego) is expanding and excited to expand our professional team of health care providers. We are focused on providing enhanced mental health and well being services to our community. Full and part time positions are currently available. We are seeking Licensed Clinical Psychologists to join our group practice as independent contractors.

We offer:

  • Marketing
  • Consultation
  • Insurance panel support
  • In house billing services
  • A collaborative working environment
  • Office services including Internet, fax, phone
  • Administrative support including patient scheduling
  • Furnished offices in a warm and supportive environment
  • Client support including insurance benefits review and pre-authorizations

If interested, please send letter of interest and CV to Debra Halliday, Psy.D.,CGP (Psy23206) at or call (760) 635-3310 x101 for more information.

Restorative Justice Community Court Coordinator

The Restorative Justice Community Court is a unique project and the first of its kind in Cook County; the vision of this court rests upon a robust partnership between the community and the criminal justice system in both its design and implementation.

The Coordinator will provide both operational and policy support to the judiciary and community court team members. These responsibilities include overseeing the court’s daily operations, strategic planning, grant management, development of policies and procedures, grant and funding development, and coordination of interagency and community partnerships.

The Coordinator will report and provide support to the presiding judge of the Restorative Justice Community Court for operational purposes. In terms of grant fiscal reporting, the Coordinator will work with the Chief Financial Officer of the Office of the Chief Judge.

Finally, the coordinator will be expected to work closely with community stakeholders.

The essential functions of the Coordinator shall include the following:

  • In collaboration with the Community Court team, the Coordinator will develop policies and procedures informed by restorative justice concepts, evidence–‐based best practices, participants’ rights and interests, and community stakeholders.
  • Coordinate ongoing education and training for program team members.
  • Convene Steering Committee and working groups to discuss relevant issues and review program progress.
  • Manage relationships with community partners, including law enforcement stakeholders, community groups, legal and policy researchers, foundations, and local universities.
  • Attend monthly North Lawndale Restorative Justice HUB meetings.
  • Work closely with the North Lawndale Community RJ Hub to coordinate RJ Trainings for community and system stakeholders.
  • Be a member of the Executive Coordination Team of the Restorative Justice Community Court.
  • Manage service provider reporting and contract compliance.
  • Represent the court at meetings of the Cook County Board of Commissioners for contract and budget issues.
  • Meet regular reporting requirements and compliance with grant reporting responsibilities.
  • Coordinate logistics of data collection with the Court team, and track progress.
  • Develop periodic performance reports for submission to the Center for Court Innovation or dissemination to other interested parties.
  • Pursue additional funding opportunities from federal, state, local, and private foundations to secure and sustain program services beyond the grant period.
  • Consult with problem–‐solving court staff on securing maximum treatment resources under the Affordable Care Act. Stay informed about new developments and research relating to the ACA, problem–‐solving courts, and intersecting subject matter.
  • Represent the interests of the Community Court in relevant stakeholder meetings and committees.

The Coordinator will hold a Juris Doctor and/or Master’s Degree relating to law, public policy, and/or criminal and restorative justice, or a comparable Master’s Degree. The Coordinator will be trained in and have experience with restorative justice. In addition, he/she will have had at least three years of direct experience in project management, preferably in the criminal justice or restorative justice field. Critical qualities for this position include an appreciation for the mission and purposes of the Circuit Court of Cook County, a strong work ethic and the ability to work well within a team of diverse professionals.

Applicants should submit a current resume, three references, and a statement of interest in 500 words or less to

Application deadline: July 31, 2016

Start Date: October 3, 2016

Oregon State Hospital is accepting applications for three (3) full-time clinical psychologist positions

Oregon State Hospital is accepting applications for three (3) full-time clinical psychologist positions located in Salem, OR (2600 Center Street NE). These positions are represented by Service Employees International Union (SEIU).

Oregon State Hospital (OSH), a division of the Oregon Health Authority (OHA), provides patient-centered psychiatric treatment for adults with mental illness from throughout the state. The hospital’s primary goal is to help people recover from their illness and return to their lives in the community. Employees play an essential role in achieving the hospital’s vision to be a psychiatric hospital that inspires hope, promotes safety and supports recovery for all.

With two campuses, one in Salem and one in Junction City, OSH employs more than 2000 people. The hospital serves more than 1,300 people per year. This includes people who have been civilly committed, people who have been found guilty except for insanity, and people who are unable to aid and assist in their own defense due to a mental illness. Services include psychiatric evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment, as well as community outreach and peer support.

This recruitment announcement will be used to establish a list of qualified candidates to fill the current vacancy and may be used to fill future vacancies as they occur.

Duties & Responsibilities

The Clinical Psychologist 2 works as part of an interdisciplinary treatment team to develop treatment care plans for patients, enhance milieu treatment, individual and group consultation and training with treatment care staff, develop evidence-based individualized behavioral interventions, provide psychotherapy with patients when clinically indicated, provide group treatment in the malls, and conduct cognitive, personality, and violence risk assessments/screenings. This includes supervising psychologist residents and students. These positions are assigned to one treatment unit of the hospital although treatment groups offered in the centralized treatment mall may encompass patients from other units.

In general, the population served at Oregon State Hospital includes adults with primarily severe and persistent mental illness who have been either civilly committed to the hospital (Crossroads program), or forensically committed to the hospital. Forensic commitments in the Archways program include patients who have been found unfit to proceed in their defense on criminal charges and are remanded to the hospital until such time as they have regained the capacity to proceed in court.

The Clinical Psychologist 2 working on a forensic unit in the Pathways or Bridges program provides service to those who have been found guilty except for insanity and placed under the jurisdiction of the

Psychiatric Security Review Board or the State Hospital Review Panel. Those working in the Springs program work with patients in the neurological/geriatric program, who may be civilly committed, forensically committed (GEI), or are admitted voluntarily by their guardian. Job duties include psychological assessment for cognitive functioning, personality traits/disorders, malingering, and diagnostic clarification; working with an interdisciplinary treatment team; developing evidence-based behavioral interventions, functional assessments, and behavior support plans; development of treatment care plans; and group and individual psychotherapy. Position-specific information for each available position may be discussed upon invited interview.

For more information, go to:



ASSISTANT CLINICAL PROFESSOR, MASTER’S IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE – UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND AT COLLEGE PARK: has an opening for a professional track (nontenure) faculty member in Clinical Psychology. Responsibilities will include teaching and advising students in the Master’s in Clinical Psychological Science program – a terminal Master’s degree program focused on developing students’ research and clinical skills within an evidence-based framework. The program utilizes a cohort model and has approximately 25 – 30 students in each class. Courses are taught year-round and take place on the College Park campus. The faculty member will also have an opportunity to teach and supervise graduate students in the University of Maryland’s APA-accredited doctoral program.

The ideal candidate for this position will have: (1) a doctoral degree from an APA-accredited clinical psychology program; (2) an active interest in mentoring and advising graduate students; (3) demonstrated track record of strong teaching abilities; and (4) availability to teach courses in the evening hours. Although research is not a requirement of the position, for interested candidates collaborative opportunities for research are available within multiple grant-funded research labs conducting a range of clinical research. This position is a one-year appointment subject to renewal based on performance and funding. Following the successful completion of the initial contract, consequent contracts may be expanded to three-year appointments. A full description of the Master’s in Clinical Psychological Science program at Maryland can be viewed at: Additional information may be obtained from Dr. Julia Felton,, 301-405-7190. Applications will be reviewed as they are received, but for best consideration materials should be received by June 15, 2016. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. Interested persons should e-mail a CV, statement of teaching interests and experience, and three letters of recommendation (e-mailed directly from letter writers) to Dr. Felton at The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer with a commitment to racial, cultural, and gender diversity. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.


Two Postdoctoral Fellowships in Psychology, The PRACTICE: A UNLV Community Mental Health Clinic

Nevada is 47th in the nation for psychologists per capita.  Without sounding too cliche, where there is great need, there is great opportunity.  Nevada is a place where there is room to have a great deal of influence in one’s destiny as a psychologist; and where a psychologist can make a tangible difference in the community.  There is plenty of work to go around, plenty of work to do, and a committed professional community to support you in doing so.  It’s a place where “you” are wanted, needed, and welcomed with open arms.  It’s a place where you have a chance to make a big splash quickly.  The need is so great, if you are a skilled clinician, there are plenty of opportunities whether it be in private practice (you’ll be full and running on a wait list before you know it); public settings; expanding VA hospital/clinics; or the new medical school.

Our clinic is also expanding and we provide our postdoctoral trainees excellent, attentive, diligent supervision with opportunities to gain increasing independence and to influence and build our programs alongside us.

Two Postdoctoral Fellowships in Psychology, The PRACTICE:  A UNLV Community Mental Health Clinic

The PRACTICE Clinic is a dynamic university-based training clinic providing low cost, evidence-based mental and behavioral health services to the community.  We are highly committed to recruiting, training and retaining psychologists to work in Nevada and pleased to announce two postdoctoral fellowships designed to meet licensure requirements for the professional psychologist.

  • Group Psychotherapy Focus. The Fellow will assist with development and implementation of a multifaceted group psychotherapy program (e.g., DBT, CBT, psychodynamic process, family/parent, substance abuse). The fellowship entails group psychotherapy facilitation, provision of supervision to doctoral psychology students, and program evaluation. Opportunities to provide adjunctive individual, couples’, and family therapy, assist with the clinic’s ongoing research endeavors, and attend didactic seminars will be available. Group psychotherapy training and/or experience is preferred.   Search Committee Chair is Dr. Noelle Lefforge;  Search Number- 16268
  • Women and Children’s Mental Health Focus. The fellowship will specialize in expanding evidence-based mental health care services to women and children.  In addition to program development, the fellow will provide direct assessment and intervention services and assist in clinically supervising practicum trainees.  Opportunities to assist with the clinic’s ongoing research endeavors, and attend didactic seminars will be available.  Search Committee Chair is Dr. Michelle Paul; Search Number -16267

Both positions require a doctoral degree (Ph.D. or Psy.D.) in clinical or counseling psychology from a regionally accredited college or university.  Preference will be given to students who graduated from an APA-accredited program and completed an APA-accredited or APPIC-member internship.

Salary is competitive with those at similarly situated institutions.  Position is contingent upon funding.  The anticipated start date is July 1, 2016 but is flexible depending on the end date of an applicant’s internship.

UNLV is a comprehensive research university of approximately 28,000 students and 2,900 faculty and staff dedicated to teaching, research, and service. The university has internationally recognized programs in hotel administration and creative writing; professional degrees in law, architecture, and dental medicine; and leading programs in fine arts, sciences and education. UNLV is located on a 332-acre main campus and two satellite campuses in dynamic Southern Nevada.  For more information, visit us on-line at:  For more information about The PRACTICE clinic visit us on-line at:

Submit a letter of interest, a detailed resume listing qualifications and experience, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of at least three professional references who may be contacted. Applicants should fully describe their qualifications and experience, with specific reference to each of the minimum and preferred qualifications because this is the information on which the initial review of materials will be based.  Review of materials will begin February 5, 2016 and continue until positions are filled.   Materials should be addressed to the Search Committee Chair, and are to be submitted via on-line application at  For assistance with UNLV’s on-line applicant portal, contact UNLV Employment Services at (702) 895-2894 or

Michelle G. Paul, Ph.D.

The PRACTICE: A UNLV Community Mental Health Clinic

Director & Associate Professor in Residence

University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Department of Psychology

4505 Maryland Parkway

Box 455030

Las Vegas, NV 89154-5030


Phone: (702) 895-1532

Fax: (702) 895-1530


Clinic website: