Our Psychology Resident position completes psychological assessments (including competency evaluations, malingering assessments, and risk assessments), provides individual and group psychotherapy, and is an active member of the treatment team who provides staff education as needed on psychological issues. This position may also be assigned responsibilities for developing, monitoring and implementing behavioral management plans.
- Ph.D. or Psy.D. in clinical psychology from an accredited university with dissertation completed
- One (1) year of psychology internship completed
- Skilled in organization, supervision and evidenced-based treatment interventions
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Must be able to communicate effectively at all levels of the organization and with a variety of outside customers with varying interests
- Above average writing skills
- None required
- Provides individual and group treatment including competency groups, psycho-educational groups, therapy groups, individual counseling, and individual competency restoration sessions.
- Provides psychological assessments including competency assessments, risk assessments, and malingering assessments. Writes court reports that meet Department of Children and Families standards.
- Develops, monitors and implements behavioral management plans.
- Serves as a consultant to the multidisciplinary teams.
- Assists in guidance and training of psychology interns. Provides training and education to the rest of the clinical team as needed. Provides expert testimony in court.
- The above responsibilities are a highlight of responsibilities and not a full list. Other responsibilities may be performed as assigned.