As a post-graduate student preparing for licensure, the Psychology Post-Doc will participate under the supervision of a licensed psychologist in a comprehensive school/clinical training experience that includes five main duties: assessment, consultation, intervention, program evaluation, and research.
The Psychology Post-Doc over the course of his/her placement will become proficient in performing the following functions:
-Conduct services including crisis intervention, parent education, skill development groups and individual student and family services as required
-Provide clinical consultation and training to agency staff, families and community groups
-Complete eligibility, diagnostic and functional behavioral assessments
-Develop and write required reports
-Establish a system to measure progress on individual case goals, service effectiveness, and reliability of treatment implementation
-Participate as a member of a multi-disciplinary team
-Assist in the collection and analysis of data necessary to evaluate program effectiveness
-Assist in the development and implementation of research protocols
-Maintain all records required
-Perform any other duties as requested by your supervisor
-Perform Behavioral and Health & Saftey Standards as defined in the employee handbook
Ph.D. or Psy.D., license eligible candidate in psychology. Must apply for a limited permit to practice psychology. Must have coursework and/or experience with autism spectrum disorders and/or behavioral health. BCBA preferred but not required.