The Child Psychologist must have the ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary health care team, work some evenings and weekends as needed, walk and stand for extended periods of time and be able to manage stress, as evidenced by the ability to respond and to meet demands of caseload, such as submitting proper documentation and referrals.
Knowledge and experience with military health system, combat/deployment issues, people suffering from medically unexplained symptoms, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and/or disasters are highly desired.
Proficiency in administration and interpretation of basic psychological test measures to include Intelligence Testing, Personality Testing with Objective and Projective Testing, and basic neuropsychological screening techniques, such as Mental Status exams or Dementia Rating Scales
Doctorate in clinical or counseling psychology from an American Psychological Association (APA) accredited program.
Must have completed an APA approved clinical psychology internship.
This is a credentialed position.
A minimum of 2 years within the past 5 years in the practice of clinical psychology, preferably in a government setting such as a DoD or VA MTF and providing clinical services to individuals, couples or groups in clinical psychotherapy services.
Must have and maintain a current license to practice clinical or counseling psychology in any of the 50 states, DC, Puerto Rico, Guam or US Virgin Islands that allows for the independent practice of clinical services. License must be current, valid, and unrestricted. Must meet all credentialing requirements for the MTF where they will be providing services.
Current BLS through AHA or Red Cross approved training program and maintain currency.
Physical/Immunizations/Employee Health Requirements
Bristol Bay Native Corporation - 11 months ago
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